King Josiah

Friday, November 11, 2022
Bible ABC's: K is for King Josiah
These lessons can be used without the alphabet theme.
Consider these an update with new ideas and printables!
This is a simple Draw-A-Line from the correct person to the corresponding event. There is one with and without the graphics and a teacher's answer sheet.
Envelope Flips are easy to make and use. The students love them. They are moveable and great for students to retell what they learned. Color and black & white are included.
So many ages love crowns! These are great for VBS (etc.) and retelling about Josiah. Students can add jewel stickers, gems or these, stars, etc. for more fun. Some teachers prefer not to use clipart, so there are two choices and both have black & white included.
These printables can be used for Josiah and any other appropriate lesson and were kept plain intentionally for this purpose. Students can color or paint the designs on the banner, door hanger and bookmark. Stickers can be added. String or ribbon can be added to the banner to hang and on the bookmark.
There are several scroll papers included: color-by-number-code, two mazes (easy/hard), dot-to-dot and a word search with answer sheet.

These crown worksheets are included: maze, and an easy and harder dot-to-dot. Just draw or add stickers for hands-on fun!
 The first is a Reader Worksheet. The wording from the scripture is as easy to read as possible with sight words while keeping to the key points with easy to answer questions. The second is a fill-in-the-blank worksheet. Color and black & white are included for both.
I designed the Trip Strip to be a cut & glue timeline. This one shown has lines for the students to write about each event. Or, they can write the scriptures. There is another worksheet without the writing space. These can easily be used for mixed age groups. Cut and glue according to directions.
This is not included in the application pack. Click here to download.
These Anchor Charts are included.
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.

Click here to download the lesson and application printables.
There 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.
Not all are shown.
(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 comment

  1. You have such an amazing collection and variety of activities to choose from, THANK-YOU!! I am truly grateful for the work that you've done to put so many lessons together.


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