Jordan Crossing & Wall of Jericho

Monday, September 5, 2022
Thanks to Jeanne Dickson for permission to recreate and share this fun game, craft and worksheet!
Jeanne's notes:
Jeanne made a very simple visual aid for the Jordan River Crossing land and water were made with construction paper. The people were printed and folded to stand up. Don't forget the stones to place in the middle of the Jordan! Stack them so future generations will not forget what God did for the Israelites.
This is the completed craft using the directions and people in the download.
Add fish stickers for more fun!

Click here to download the directions and people walking.

Jeanne’s notes for the Chalkboard Review Game: After our lesson on the walls of Jericho, we played a game. I drew a portion of the wall, along with Rahab's house, complete with red ribbon. The blocks were numbered as shown. Each child took a turn picking a number and erasing it from the board. I asked them a question from the lesson, which, if answered, earned them a gold coin.

Use the attached teacher’s answer sheet in the file for the questions and answers.
This is the worksheet. The teacher's answer sheet looks like this but has the answers in the blank spaces. The teacher's answer sheet will be used for the worksheet answers and the questions and answers for the chalkboard game.

 Preschool included:

Joshua Leads the Israelites in Numbers 27:18-23 & Joshua 3-4

The Walls of Jericho in Joshua 2 & 6

Other lessons and Newsletter Foldables included:

Rahab and the Two Spies in Numbers 27:18-23 & Joshua 2

Crossing the Jordan River in Joshua 3-4

The Walls of Jericho in Joshua 6

The Gibeonites Deceive Joshua in Joshua 9 

The Newsletter Foldable can be used as a review handout, sent in the mail or in an email, especially for those unable to be in class. The same lesson is included for the teacher.

 This is the inside with the lesson and pictures. On the outside, Jeanne adds notes and assorted items. She might add a Bible verse, memory verse, a Bible song or two, a picture to color, a reward reminder and/or notes about class and hello to students. You could add a puzzle, maze, worksheet, whatever you prefer.

Click here to download.

Click here to see the lesson and printables.

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