Lot's Wife: Don't Look Back!

Monday, February 3, 2020
Song and standup printables!
Special thanks to Jeanne Dickson for sharing these songs!
Jeanne has given permission to use these songs to create and share these flip charts.
This song has the standard one-page black & white song and the color flip chart.
Click here to download.
The students will enjoy this project! This can be used as a teacher's visual aid, too.
They can be used as stand-ups or glue to large craft sticks. I would glue Lot's wife, and the family running to craft sticks and use the city as a stand-up. Let the students add glue to the white Lot's wife and sprinkle salt on her. Do this over a tray for excess salt for easy clean up.

So, this is a really old idea but a really good one!
I saw this at the Teacher's Bible Class Workshop but didn't get a picture of it. I didn't spend a lot of time making it perfect, since I might not ever use it.  But it is a great idea if you teach Old Testament. Genesis 19:12-26 is Lot's wife being turned into a pillar of salt for looking back.

This is a Mrs. Butterworth's container. I (my husband) sawed off the top and I rubbed sandpaper over it to make it tacky. I used 'Pottery Plaster' or Plaster of Paris (find at any craft store or Amazon) and covered her all over. Once it dried, I spread Aleene's Tacky Glue all over and poured on the salt. I used regular salt, but a coarse salt would look better. I suggest plugging the hole on top and finishing it with the plaster to cover.

This file includes visuals for the introduction of Abraham and Lot and their move to Canaan, then their separation with Lot living in Sodom.

Click here to download the pictures to color.


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