Luke Chapter 15 Parable of the Lost Coin

Friday, June 28, 2024

The Luke chapter study is designed for older students with some worksheets and printables that correspond for younger students so they can be used in classes with several ages together or used specifically for an event that is in the chapter.

Most of the worksheets have the teacher's answer sheets included and some are in color and black & white.
A foldable is so fun to use and it can be used as a teacher's visual, too! The students like to retell and move everything around. This works best printed on cardstock. The outside of the house doesn't have to be printed, but it does add more fun to have the outside and open it to see the inside of the house. The woman can be flipped around to show her sad she lost the coin, and happy when she finds it. You can point to the coins on the table, the broom and lamp to discuss the details. Color and black & white are included.

Fold the Foldable Book in half lengthwise, then fold in page 3, then fold the front cover on the line. To make the Flip Book, cut on the dotted line to separate the top from bottom. Cut the bottom pictures out on solid line. Layer in order and staple as shown on the gray rectangle. Fold the Foldable Book in half lengthwise, then fold in page 3, then fold the front cover on the line. The Spinner and Foldable Book are in color and black & white. The Flip Book and Spinner work best if printed on cardstock or heavier paper.
I set up a display for this lesson. Even the older students would appreciate seeing some hands-on visuals! For the Lost Coin, I have these lamps on the table. I give each student a bag with 9 silver coins and have them count them. Oh, no! They have lost a silver coin! They look until they find the lost silver coin which was hidden before class. I have a small broom from Dollar Tree and use the lamp to search around the room for the lost coin that I 'find' while I tell the lesson. Put clay oil lamp in the search bar where you like to purchase items to look for the oil lamps. These are from Amazon to help you get started.    first lamp     middle lamp    last lamp    The lamps are palm size, so don't be surprised by their size when you see them in person.

The first worksheet is a fill in the blank. Instead of numbering these 1, 2, 3, etc., they are numbered with the verse to read first, then fill in the blanks using the Word Bank. The second was designed for those asking for cut & glue. It is an easy scripture to cut out the words and glue them in order. The students will also write out the verse on the next worksheet. This was a suggestion from a teacher. The next is a word search and crossword puzzle and a maze. There is a number code and alphabet code worksheet. 

The Parables of the Lost Concept Chart is designed create discussions, look up and review main points in each parable. They are intentionally kept plain so they can be used to each classroom's needs.

Rejoice in the Lord always. Philippians 4:4a

These printables can be used for this lesson and any other appropriate lesson and were kept plain intentionally for this purpose. A key verse was chosen from the chapter to use for discussion, memory work, and copy work. 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.

Click here to download the lesson and application printables.

There are not visuals from Sweet Publications available for this lesson.

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