The Garden of Gethsemane

Friday, June 18, 2021
ABC's of Jesus' Life: G is for Garden of Gethsemane
These lessons can be used without the alphabet theme.
Just consider them an update with new ideas and printables to teach the Life of Jesus!
The left photo is a set of cut and fold praying hands. The outline can be the outside or the inside after it is folded . Cut straight across on the lines by the thumbs and glue the label to the outside. Students can write directly on the hands or cut paper 3"x3" (or smaller) and staple together inside to make a notepad.

The color by number is a rooster for Peter denying Jesus. The right photo is a prayer worksheet. It is a discussion starter about Jesus praying and our prayers. Color and black & white are included.
New posters are included! Thanks to Mikayla Barkley for permission to use her photos.
These Event Cards can be used as smaller visuals and they can be shuffled for the student to re-tell the events and lay them in order. The same full-page size visuals and pictures-to-color can be downloaded below.
There are alphabet mazes and worksheets included. These are half-sheets and can be used in Interactive Notebooks. Click here to see a free video on how to make and use Interactive Notebooks. There is a set of 5 and 10 piece puzzles.
This is a one-page foldable book in color and black and white.
These pages can also be cut apart and used as flash cards to put the events in order.
  Click here to download.
This is one of the few that I didn't remove the background when I updated the visuals. I feel that the night background needs to be part of the picture. All visuals are not shown that are included.
Click here to download the visuals.
(These are not included in the application pack.)

Click here to download the pictures to color.
(These are the same as the visuals but are black & white.)



  1. Debbie, the link to the application pack for this lesson seems to be missing. Thanks for all you do.


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