Preschool Alphabet: I is for Isaiah

Friday, November 13, 2015
These preschool Bible lessons are created and used at home, so there are some basic preschool learning skills printables added to each post. The Bible lesson and Bible printables are suitable for home or Bible class use. This week we looked at I for Isaiah.
Isaiah was a prophet of God. A prophet is someone who speaks for God. Isaiah was a good man and follower of God.
He was the prophet that went to visit King Hezekiah when he was sick. (Print here.)

Isaiah also wrote in the Old Testament book of Isaiah about the Savior that would be coming. That was Jesus! (Isaiah 2:2-4) Years before Jesus was born, Isaiah told about God making changes to His law. The Old laws would end when Jesus came to teach  what God wanted. (Hebrews 1:1-2) The new laws are found in the New Testament. The new laws applied after Jesus died and went back to heaven. (Colossians 2:14)
(Isaiah 6:8) Isaiah also wrote that he heard the Lord asking who should He send to talk to the people. Isaiah replied "Here am I… send me!" This is how God wants us to be for Him. (Explain with examples that apply to them: obey parents, share, be nice to pets, listen in Bible class, etc.) The first thing my granddaughter said was "Pray to God!"

For more discussion, print one page per student of the above face and let then add their face and hair. This can be used for early elementary also.
We had delicious fun with I is for Ice Cream!
I is for Icicles! They colored the letter I and glued it to the blue paper. They added the icicles and we used glitter glue to make them shine. I also purchased some glitter snowflakes for them to add.  Print it here.
We also used the pattern block alphabet for the letter I and to review the letters we have learned. She loved this and it is great thinking and dexterity for kids! You can print the free cards here.
They know this one! I is for iPad. I printed the main sheet on color paper. I printed the iPad on regular paper and they glued it next. I cut the letter I from another color and that completed the paper. Click here to download the I is for iPad.
I used the Iguana and the Inchworm from the set I purchased here.
 We used this puppet for I is for Indian from the pack I purchased here.
I for Insect is from this pack I purchased here. We talked about some of the different insects that God created. It is very interesting discussing some things with kids...
She loves to cut and glue so I purchased these worksheets from Graphics From the Pond and The Moffatt Girls and Shopping Cart Letter Sounds (above photo) for her also. They are great learning fun!
They all love using the Dot markers on these Bubble Gum Machine worksheets and these free ones from Confessions of a Homeschooler Alphabet Worksheets.
I also print these Elmo alphabet coloring sheets for the younger ones to work on while the older is doing her work. I finish the letter of the week with an alphabet crown. Here is a free set from 123 Homeschool 4 Me.
I found a lot of the alphabet letter ideas and projects on Pinterest.


  1. Why not teach pre-schoolers about the Major Prophets?
    This is such a fun post!

  2. Awesome! I love letter of the week programs, and this one looks so great!

  3. Thank you for sharing this great lesson plan with #SocialButterflySunday! Hope to see you link up again this week :)

  4. Isaiah and ice cream: it really doesn't get much better than that. :) A favorite book of the Bible, and a favorite treat! Happy Wednesday from #SittingAmongFriends!


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