Moses' Life

Friday, March 13, 2020
This lesson contains highlights in the Life of Moses and is condensed since we are told so much about him. Each event is basically a paragraph with the general information. His information is found in Exodus and Numbers.
The following posters and worksheets are included in the lesson and application pack.

The lesson pack includes these posters and the cut and glue worksheet for the genealogy of Moses.

The 10 Plagues are not discussed in depth. They are talked about in general with the other events that happened to Moses at that time. These posters can be used to show each plague. There is a list with and without graphics, a blank worksheet to write each plague and the last one to connect the number with the correct plague.
This last set of worksheets review his life. This is a cut and glue the sequence timeline in the correct order. There is a completed teacher's worksheet with the basic event listed. This can also be printed for the students if the students are keeping a notebook.

Click here to download the lesson pack. This includes the posters and worksheets.
The visuals and pictures are below.
Thank you to Boo AKA Cindy Boothe for permission to share this photo and idea for Moses and water from the rock. She used Betty Luken Bible felts for the background for this diorama and a tabletop fountain. They used a dowel rod/stick to let the children pretend to be Moses 'striking' the rock. Click here to see the water fountain.
This craftivity for the 10 Commandments was created for this lesson.
Some events are not discussed such as the gold calf or Joshua since they are in Aaron's and Joshua's lessons. The 10 Plagues and the 10 Commandments are mentioned but are not discussed in-depth. These require their own lesson.
Scripture references
Exodus 2:3 hidden in a basket
Exodus 2:10 Pharaoh’s daughter named him Moses
Exodus 2:12 killed Egyptian and left Egypt
Exodus 2:21-22 married Zipporah and had a son named Gershom
Exodus 3:4 the burning bush
Exodus 3:14 God said “I Am Who I Am”
Exodus 3:16-17 Pharaoh will let the people go
Exodus 5:2 Pharaoh asked, “Who is the Lord?”
Exodus 6:20 Amram (lived 137 years) & Jochebed listed as parents
Exodus 12:37 there were 600,000 men + women & children
Exodus 13:21 pillar of cloud & fire
Exodus 14 Red Sea crossing
Exodus 14:25 God took of the Egyptian’s chariot wheels
Exodus 15:2 The Lord is my strength and song…
Exodus 16:8 manna and quail
Exodus 16:31 manna
Exodus 16:35 they ate manna for 40 years
Exodus 17:6 water from rock
Exodus 17:8-16 battle with Amalek
Exodus 20 ten commandments
Exodus 24:18 Moses on Mount Sinai for 40 days and nights
Exodus 31:18 God gave him the 10 commandments
Exodus 32:15-16 description of the tablets

Numbers 11:7-8 manna
Numbers 12:1 Moses married an Ethiopian

Numbers 12:3 Moses was humble
Numbers 20:11 Moses hit the rock instead of talking to it
Numbers 21 the bronze serpent
Numbers 27:12-13 the promised land
Numbers 33:39 Aaron was 123 years old when he died on Mount Hor
Numbers 34 land and leaders chosen for the tribes
Numbers 32:49 Moses looked at Canaan from Mount Nebo
Deuteronomy 34:5-7 Moses died at 120 years old

The following are the updated visuals for Moses. 
More visuals will be added as they are updated.
The pictures to color are the same as the visuals but are black & white.
All visuals are not shown. Includes Baby Moses Exodus 1-2:10.
Click here to download the pictures to color.

Click here to download the visuals.
Not all are shown. Includes Moses & Zipporah and the Burning Bush.
Click here to download the pictures to color.


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