1 BONUS TEACHING HOUR for 3s Pre-K Unit 1. Working Hard COORDINATOR S PAGE SESSION 1 SESSION 2 SESSION 3 THE FIRST WORKERS HARD WORK GIVE VOLUNTEERS WILL NEED pictures of flowers or animals wooden blocks paper markers, crayons play dishes VOLUNTEERS WILL NEED Teaching Picture 2 (if available) watercolors paintbrushes cups of water paper animal puzzles VOLUNTEERS WILL NEED paper markers puzzles (including one about the tabernacle, if available) construction paper blocks music CD SESSION 4 SESSION 5 SESSION 6 WORK TOGETHER BUILD REST VOLUNTEERS WILL NEED paper plates scissors tape blue, purple, or red yarn beanbag blocks play coins music CD VOLUNTEERS WILL NEED beanbag paper markers different-size blocks blanket for tent books towel or small blanket VOLUNTEERS WILL NEED paper crayons, markers music CD blocks dolls, doll-care items toy dishes BIBLE STUDIES FOR LIFE 3s PRE-K BTH-1
2 VOLUNTEERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULE TEACHING TIPS Young children are becoming independent. Allow them to do as much as possible without your help. Provide a safe, fun, and happy environment for young children so they will want to come back to church and learn about Jesus. Restroom Break/Wash Hands (5 minutes) Enjoy a Snack (5 minutes) Group Time/Bible Story (10 15 minutes) Bible Learning Activities (35 minutes) Clean Up (5 minutes) Closing Activity (10 minutes) Dismiss (5 minutes) Make sure you have some positive oneon-one time with each child. REMINDERS Use a calm, quiet voice. Focus attention on the kids. Review parents instructions and medical information for each child. Release children to authorized adults only. Thank families for bringing their kids to church. 2-BTH.
3 BONUS TEACHING HOUR for 3s Pre-K UNIT 1. SESSION 1 Room Your teaching partner(s) Thank you for serving! DATE OF USE The First Workers Genesis 2:4-24 LIFE POINT God expects us to work. CHRIST FOCUS Jesus came to do God s work. LIFE VERSE Work together with a good attitude. Ephesians 6:7 BIBLE FUN ACTIVITIES SNACK Thank the children for washing their hands after going to the restroom. Ask for two volunteers to distribute the plates and napkins. After giving out the snack, say a thank-you prayer. MOVE TO GROUP TIME Lead the children to pretend to walk on a weaving garden path as they go to group time. TALK ABOUT THE BIBLE STORY Open your Bible to Genesis 2 and tell the Bible story. God had created a beautiful world. He planted a lovely garden with trees and plants that gave food. A river ran through the garden to water all the plants and trees. God placed Adam, the man He created, in the garden. He told Adam to watch over the garden and care for it. God said, You may eat from any tree in the garden except for one tree in the middle of the garden. God brought every wild animal and every bird He had created to Adam. When Adam saw each kind of animal, he gave it a name. Adam named all the animals and the birds. He named the horses and cows, lions and crocodiles, rabbits and ostriches. God looked at everything He created but did not see a helper for Adam. God made Adam go to sleep. God took a rib from Adam and made it into a woman. God brought the woman to Adam. Adam called the woman Eve. BIBLE STUDIES FOR LIFE 3s PRE-K BTH-3
4 SING TOGETHER Sing (tune The Farmer in the Dell ): Oh, God made the world. Yes, God made the world. God made my family, And He made the world. Repeat the song, replacing the last two lines with God planned for families, when He made the world. SAY THE LIFE VERSE Say the Life Verse Work together with a good attitude. Ephesians 6:7. Lead the children to say the verse with you, then turn to a friend and say the verse. Finish by asking the kids to turn toward you and say the verse one more time. PRAY Thank God for teaching us to work. Include volunteers who would also like to pray. BIBLE-LEARNING ACTIVITIES As the kids work in each activity, mention that God expects us to work. Thank them for their efforts. A. Guess the picture. Locate pictures of flowers or animals. Place each picture faceup on the floor and cover it completely with wooden blocks. Guide the kids to remove one block at a time and try to guess the picture. As the picture is revealed, talk about the different kinds of plants and animals that God made. Remind the children that God made people, too, and told them to care for all that He made. B. Set the table. Lead the children to work together to set the table with plates, cups, forks, and spoons. Mention that the Bible tells us to work together. Encourage the kids to tell about their favorite ways to help at home. C. Draw animal pictures. Encourage the kids to draw pictures of their favorite animals. Offer available picture books or pictures to give them ideas. Talk about the Bible story as they work. Comment that one job God gave Adam was to name all the animals. D. Help at church. Explain that the kids can work together and help at church. Help each child choose a partner and give each set of partners a specific task to do, such as picking up scraps of paper from the floor and throwing them in the trash, stacking blocks correctly on the shelf, putting away items in the dramatic play area, and wiping the tables with a damp cloth. Comment that God made us able to work and gives us work to do. CLEAN UP Play music from a CD as the kids put away items from each activity. Mention that they are working together and it pleases God when we work together and help one another. PLAY I CAN WORK Describe work scenarios at home. (Your baby brother dropped his rattle. Your mom needs help carrying in the groceries. You are done playing with your toys.) The first child to call out I can work! tells how he can help. Continue with other scenarios. DISMISS Share a positive observation with parents about their child. Remind them to use the Kids Activity Page and One Conversation this week. 4-BTH SESSION 1.
5 BONUS TEACHING HOUR for 3s Pre-K UNIT 1. SESSION 2 Room Your teaching partner(s) Thank you for serving! DATE OF USE Hard Work Genesis 6:9 8:19 LIFE POINT God shows people what to do. CHRIST FOCUS Jesus followed through with God s plan. LIFE VERSE Work together with a good attitude. Ephesians 6:7 BIBLE FUN ACTIVITIES SNACK Instruct the children to wash their hands before eating the snack. Thank God for the snack and for His plan for us. MOVE TO GROUP TIME Mention that today s story has animals in it. Invite the children to move to group time like their favorite animal. TALK ABOUT THE BIBLE STORY With your Bible open to Genesis 6, tell the story. Noah was a good man who loved God. One day God spoke to Noah. God said, I will send a flood to cover the whole earth. Build an ark of wood. Make the ark with three levels of rooms on the inside. Cover the ark with pitch inside and out. Noah worked hard to build the ark just as God told him. God said, Bring two of every kind of animal and bird onto the ark. Take every kind of food for your family and for the animals. Noah and his family and all of the animals entered the ark, and God shut the door. The rain began to fall. The ark floated on the water. Noah, his family, and all of the animals were safe inside the ark. The water continued to rise until it covered the mountains. The water covered the earth for many days. Finally the waters began to go down. At last, the ark came to rest on a mountain. When the earth was dry, Noah and his family and all of the animals came out of the ark. Noah had worked hard to care for his family and the animals while God took care of them on the ark. BIBLE STUDIES FOR LIFE 3s PRE-K BTH-5
6 SING TOGETHER To the tune Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush sing: God decided to flood the earth, Flood the earth, flood the earth. God decided to flood the earth And start all over again. He told Noah to build a boat, Build a boat, build a boat. He told Noah to build a boat To keep family and animals in. SAY THE LIFE VERSE Lead the kids to say the Life Verse Work together with a good attitude. Ephesians 6:7 as they pretend to walk up a ramp (like on the ark). PRAY Pray, thanking God for His plan for people and animals. BIBLE-LEARNING ACTIVITIES As the kids work at each activity, mention that God had a plan for Noah and He has a plan for us, too. A. Paint arks. Provide watercolors, paintbrushes, water in small cups, and paper. Display the Teaching Picture (if available). Invite the children to paint the ark as you tell the Bible story. B. Play a game. Guide the kids to form a circle with one child standing in the center of the circle. Lead them to clap hands and sing (tune The Farmer in the Dell ): Noah s in the ark; Noah s in the ark. Noah and his family are safe within the ark. Choose another child to join Noah in the center of the circle and make an animal sound. The kids then clap and sing about that animal: Pigs are in the ark; pigs are in the ark. Pigs and all the animals are safe within the ark. Continue in this fashion, singing about other animals that Noah cared for on the ark. C. Work animal puzzles. Remove the puzzle pieces and place them on the table beside the frames. As the kids work the puzzles, tell the Bible story. D. Go on an indoor treasure hunt. Think of several items in the room that could represent something used by Noah in the ark, such as a dinner plate, a small bowl to give water to an animal, a broom, a toy hammer, and perhaps a blanket or a pillow. Mention the Life Verse and talk about some of the things that God told Noah to do. Describe an item for the kids to find. Challenge them to tell how Noah and his family could have used the item in the ark. CLEAN UP Walk around and assign tasks to each child. Play music as the kids straighten the room. PLAY A DESCRIBING GAME Describe different animals for the boys and girls to guess. Pray together, thanking God for the animals and that we can help care for them. DISMISS Greet family members at the door, giving them today s Kids Activity Page. Remind each family to use the One Conversation this week. 6-BTH SESSION 2.
7 BONUS TEACHING HOUR for 3s Pre-K UNIT 1. SESSION 3 Room Your teaching partner(s) Thank you for serving! DATE OF USE Give Luke 21:1-4 LIFE POINT We show love for God when we give. CHRIST FOCUS Jesus gave everything for us. LIFE VERSE Be happy when you give. 2 Corinthians 9:7 BIBLE FUN ACTIVITIES SNACK Enlist the help of two or more volunteers to clean up after the snack. Affirm them for giving some of their time to help at church. TALK ABOUT THE BIBLE STORY With your Bible open to Luke 21, tell the Bible story. One day Jesus was teaching His disciples and the people in the temple. Many people came to the temple to worship God. People would bring money to the temple as an offering. Jesus watched the wealthy people drop their money into the special temple collection containers. It made a loud noise as it dropped into the collection container. He also saw a poor widow drop in two small coins. They hardly made any noise as they dropped into the container. Jesus said, This woman has given the most money of all. The wealthy people gave only the extra money they had. She gave all she had. MOVE TO GROUP TIME Lead the children to slowly walk backward to group time. BIBLE STUDIES FOR LIFE 3s PRE-K BTH-7
8 SING TOGETHER To the tune Row, Row, Row Your Boat sing: I can give to God; I can give to God. I can give to God; I can give to God. SAY THE LIFE VERSE Refer to your Bible and say the Life Verse Be happy when you give. 2 Corinthians 9:7. Lead the children to say the verse sitting down, standing up, and hopping in place. PRAY Pray, thanking God for opportunities to give. BIBLE-LEARNING ACTIVITIES As the kids work on the activities, emphasize that we show love for God when we give. A. Draw happy/sad faces. Draw a pair of eyes on a sheet of paper, making one for each child. Invite the children to add a face to each pair of eyes. Talk about how they can make their faces happy or sad. Tell the Bible story as they work. Mention that it pleases God when we give with a happy attitude. B. Work puzzles. Provide assorted puzzles for the kids to work. If available, include a puzzle that shows the tabernacle. Tell the Bible story as the children work the puzzles. Mention that some people give at church by providing puzzles for children to work. C. Play a listening game. Locate items in the room that you can use to make sounds familiar to the children, such as tapping blocks together, crumpling paper, flipping pages in a book, and bouncing a beanbag. If available, you could also use a set of keys and coins in a change purse. Seat the kids facing in the opposite direction, and use one of the items to make a sound for them to guess. Talk about the sound the widow s offering made when she dropped it in the offering box. D. Build a church. Invite the kids to work together to use blocks to build a church. As they work, encourage them to talk about the different things we do at church. Talk about the Bible story and ask why we give money at church. Help them to understand different ways money can be used at church. Comment that we show love to God when we give. CLEAN UP Play music from a CD as the kids clean the room. Walk around the room and help where needed. PLAY A WHISPER GAME Seat the kids in a circle. Whisper to a child something people do at church; she whispers it in the next child s ear and so on until it reaches the last child in the circle. Ask that child to repeat the activity aloud; then he can whisper something else we do at church in the next child s ear and continue play. Look for opportunities to comment on different things we do at church. Mention that we show love to God when we give. DISMISS Instruct the children to gather their sweaters or jackets and any artwork to take home. Remind the parents to use the One Conversation this week for family Bible study. 8-BTH SESSION 3.
9 BONUS TEACHING HOUR for 3s Pre-K UNIT 1. SESSION 4 Room Your teaching partner(s) Thank you for serving! DATE OF USE Work Together Exodus 35:4-35 LIFE POINT God wants people to work together. CHRIST FOCUS Jesus wants people to work together. LIFE VERSE Work together with a good attitude. Ephesians 6:7 BIBLE FUN ACTIVITIES SNACK Assign helper jobs. Ask for a volunteer to pray, thanking God for the snack. Remark that the people in the Bible story worked together to build the tabernacle. Ask how they can work together today. MOVE TO GROUP TIME Comment that the people brought many things to build the tabernacle. Guide the children to pretend to carry wood or cloth as they move to group time. TALK ABOUT THE BIBLE STORY Open your Bible to Exodus 35 and tell the children to listen for ways the people worked together. God spoke to Moses, I want you to build a tabernacle where My people can worship Me. Take an offering from all the people. Tell them what to bring to build the tabernacle. Moses spoke to the people. We must bring an offering to help build the tabernacle. Moses told the people what to bring. The people listened to Moses and brought all kinds of gold and silver jewelry, gemstones, colorful yarn, fine linen, animal skins, wood, oil, and spices. Every part of the offering was important for building the tabernacle. God chose special men, Bezalel and Oholiab. These men were able to work with all the yarn, linen, animal skins, wood, gold and silver, and gemstones. They would design and make everything for the tabernacle. They were also able to teach others how to do the work. God had a good and perfect plan for building His tabernacle. BIBLE STUDIES FOR LIFE 3s PRE-K BTH-9
10 SING TOGETHER To the tune Are You Sleeping? sing: We are building. We are building, The tabernacle, the tabernacle. We are bringing gifts, And they will make it special. We all give. We all give. SAY THE LIFE VERSE Say the Life Verse Work together with a good attitude. Ephesians 6:7. Invite the children to repeat the Life Verse with you. As you say it again, pretend to hammer or sew. Talk about what you are doing. Remark that the people were happy to build the tabernacle and they worked with their friends. Ask for volunteers to say the verse again. PRAY Thank God that we can work with our friends at church. BIBLE-LEARNING ACTIVITIES As you see the children working together with a good attitude, affirm them. Mention that it pleases God when we do this. A. Weave yarn. Cut eight notches around the outside edge of a paper plate. (Think of cutting a notch at North, South, East, and West and another notch between each of the four points.) Give each child a notched plate and a long strip of blue, purple, or red yarn. Hook one end of the string through a notch and tape it to the back of the plate. Show the kids how to weave the yarn from one notch to another. Invite them to go in any direction back and forth, up and down, and so forth. Talk about the Bible story as they work. Mention that some people brought gifts of blue, purple, and red thread. B. Play a game. Lead the kids to arrange their chairs in a circle. Tell them to pretend that the beanbag is a hot potato and that they should pass it quickly around the circle while you play music. When the music stops, ask the child with the beanbag to name one way that kids can work together at church (stacking blocks, putting away materials, listening to the teacher, etc.). Remind the kids that God wants people to work together. C. Build shapes together. Challenge the kids to use several blocks pushed together to make a giant shape (triangle, square, rectangle, circle). Remark that the things the people brought came in all shapes. Tell the Bible story. D. Sort play coins. Try to bring play coins to class. Lead the children to sort the coins. Tell the Bible story as they work. Mention that when people build a worship building today, people often give money to help toward the cost of the building. CLEAN UP Thank the kids as they clean the room. Walk around the room and give specific assignments to children who have not found something to put away or straighten. FIND SHAPES IN THE ROOM Describe a shape you see in the room. Tell the children what shape it is and what color it is. Challenge them to find the item. Continue with other shapes. DISMISS As parents arrive, tell a positive experience their child had today. Distribute the Kids Activity Page. 10-BTH SESSION 4.
11 BONUS TEACHING HOUR for 3s Pre-K UNIT 1. SESSION 5 Room Your teaching partner(s) Thank you for serving! DATE OF USE Build Exodus LIFE POINT People can give and help to do God s work. CHRIST FOCUS Jesus gave to help others. LIFE VERSE Be happy when you give. 2 Corinthians 9:7 BIBLE FUN ACTIVITIES SNACK Remind the children that they can help work at church, too. Assign tasks such as distributing napkins and passing out the snack. MOVE TO GROUP TIME As the kids move to group time, encourage them to pretend they are carrying gold, jewelry, fabric, heavy wood, or other gifts to build the tabernacle. TALK ABOUT THE BIBLE STORY Open your Bible to Exodus 36; tell the Bible story. Moses called Bezalel and Oholiab and the other workers to get everything the people had brought to build the tabernacle. The people continued to bring offerings. The workers said to Moses, The people are bringing too much. We have enough to build the tent church. So Moses told the people to stop bringing their offerings. The workers began to build the tabernacle. First they made 10 curtains from linen with blue, purple, and red yarn. The curtains were joined with gold clasps. The workers made a tent from animal skins. The tent was joined together with clasps of bronze. The tabernacle was built from planks of wood joined together with pegs. Bezalel built a wooden box that was covered with gold. It was called the ark of the covenant. He formed poles so the priests could carry the ark. The stone tablets on which the Ten Commandments were written were in the ark. The workers built tables and altars. They made lamps and utensils. They made special clothes for the tabernacle priests to wear. Moses looked at everything the workers had made. The workers made everything just as God had said. BIBLE STUDIES FOR LIFE 3s PRE-K BTH-11
12 SING TOGETHER Sing to the tune The Farmer in the Dell : Be happy when you give; Be happy when you give. God loves it when you give. Be happy when you give. SAY THE LIFE VERSE Say the Life Verse. Toss a beanbag to a child and ask him to repeat it after you. He can toss it to another child and so forth. Be sure each child gets a turn. PRAY Thank God that we can give and work at church. BIBLE-LEARNING ACTIVITIES As the kids work on the activities, mention that people can give and help do God s work. A. Play a drawing game. Invite the kids to draw pictures by following your directions. If you say Simon says draw, they draw what you say. It doesn t matter where on the paper, how big or how small, or what color. If you don t say Simon says, the kids do not draw what you say. Comment that Moses told the people how God wanted them to build the tabernacle. Mention that the people were happy to bring gifts for the tabernacle work. B. Measure with blocks. Invite the kids to measure items in the room using differentsize blocks. They can measure tabletops, chair heights, furniture in the dramatic play area, and so forth. Make a chart and record how many of each block is needed as the kids measure the various items. Remind them that the people had to make many measurements as they worked to build the tabernacle. C. Read books in a tent. Remove chairs from a table and cover the table with a blanket, if available. Invite the kids to look at books in the tent. Offer to read one or more books. Talk about the Bible story and mention that Moses and the people lived in tents and that the tabernacle they built was where they worshiped God. Remind the children of the Life Verse. D. Play a what s missing game. Locate five or six items such as the Bible, an offering envelope, a Teaching Picture, a Life Verse printed on a strip of paper, and a rhythm instrument. Explain how we can use these items to give, learn, and help at church. Lay the items on the table, and guide the kids to look at them carefully. Cover the items with a towel or small blanket; then ask the kids to close their eyes as you remove one item along with the blanket. Encourage the children to guess which item is missing. CLEAN UP Remind the kids that we are helping do God s work when we clean up the room. Point out things that need to be cleaned up and work with the kids to put things away. PLAY A DO WHAT I DO GAME Invite the children to take turns leading others to pretend to do specific work activities. They can play out activities workers did in the tabernacle, such as sewing curtains, hammering nails, and sawing boards. Or they may play out things workers do at church today, such as preaching, leading music, playing the piano, typing, and sweeping. DISMISS Let parents know how much you enjoyed having their child at church today. Give each child a copy of the Kids Activity Page and any other take-home items. Call attention to the One Conversation. 12-BTH SESSION 5.
13 BONUS TEACHING HOUR for 3s Pre-K UNIT 1. SESSION 6 Room Your teaching partner(s) Thank you for serving! DATE OF USE Rest Exodus 31 LIFE POINT God said to rest after working. CHRIST FOCUS Jesus gives us rest. LIFE VERSE Work together with a good attitude. Ephesians 6:7 BIBLE FUN ACTIVITIES SNACK After the kids use the restroom, remind them to wash their hands before eating snack. Invite a volunteer to pray and thank God for the snack. MOVE TO GROUP TIME As the children finish eating, direct them to throw away their trash and move to a chair in the grouptime area. TALK ABOUT THE BIBLE STORY Open your Bible to Exodus 31; tell the Bible story. God had spoken to Moses and had given him the special rules for all of the people to follow. God had told Moses His plans to make a special place to worship Him. God told Moses that He had chosen two special men to help build the tabernacle. Then God spoke to Moses again. Tell the people that they must have a day of rest. This day of rest will help other people know that My people are special. God told Moses that the day of rest was to be a holy day. People could work on six days, but the seventh day would be a day of rest. God said, The day of rest is to be kept by My people and all the families that come after them. It is a special sign between Me and them. This is because I made the world in six days and rested on the seventh. After God spoke to Moses, God gave him two stone tablets with the Ten Commandments written on them. BIBLE STUDIES FOR LIFE 3s PRE-K BTH-13
14 SING TOGETHER Sing to the tune London Bridge : First we work and then we rest, Then we rest, then we rest. First we work and then we rest, Because God said to. SAY THE LIFE VERSE Open the Bible and show the kids where the Life Verse is found. Read the verse and ask the kids to repeat it after you two times. PRAY Thank God for work to do and for rest after work. BIBLE-LEARNING ACTIVITIES Observe that the kids are working as you walk around and check each activity. A. Scribble to music. Play a variety of songs with different tempos and beats from a music CD, and guide the kids to scribble with crayons or markers as they listen to the music. Encourage them to make scribble marks in time with the music. Point out how the scribble marks change depending on the music. Ask the kids which type of music they would like to hear when they are working and when they are resting. Mention the Life Verse. B. Build block towers. Organize the kids into groups of two or three. Give each group a collection of blocks. Encourage the kids to work together to build a tower with their blocks. Then invite the kids to sit in a circle and rest. Talk about things they like to do when they rest. Tell the Bible story. C. Play a game. Guide the kids to sit in a circle on the floor with one child standing on the outside of the circle. When you say rest time, everyone bows their heads and closes their eyes. The child outside the circle tiptoes around the circle, taps one child on the shoulder, and says work time. That child jumps up and tiptoes after the first child, trying to tap him before he reaches the open place in the circle. If he taps the first child, he gets to return to his place in the circle. If not, he takes the first child s place outside the circle. D. Play nighttime. Invite the kids to pretend it is nighttime at home. Talk about things families do together in the evenings. Some of them may want to feed the babies (dolls) and get them ready for bed. Others may prefer to prepare the evening meal. Mention that God said to rest after working six days. CLEAN UP Tell the children that now it is time to work. To the tune London Bridge sing: First we work and then we rest, Then we rest, then we rest. First we work and then we rest. We rest on Sunday. PLAY A REST-TIME GAME Challenge the kids to think of some of their favorite rest-time activities (looking at books, working puzzles, taking a walk, playing a game). Invite them to play follow-the-leader with the leader going through the motions of his favorite activity. For example, a child could get down on his knees, pretend to dump puzzle pieces on the floor, and start putting them in one by one. Other children will follow the leader s actions. DISMISS Greet parents at the door. Remind the parents to use the One Conversation for family Bible study. 14-BTH SESSION 6.
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LIFE POINT God chose Mary to be Jesus mother. Good News BIBLE PASSAGE CHRIST FOCUS God sent Jesus because He loves us. LIFE ACTION Encourage families to take their preschoolers to view a live manger scene
March 5, 2017 I Sing at Church Psalm 122:1 Here is a boy. He is singing about Jesus at church. Do you like to sing about Jesus? I am happy at church (based on Psalm 122:1). Pat the Bible as you say the.
Old Testament Unit 11: Elijah, Elisha and Jonah Lesson 4: Jonah and the Fish God s Unfolding Story Bible Story: Jonah and the Fish (Jonah 1 3) Bible Phrase: Listen to Me and keep My commandments (Exodus
UNIT 19 Session 2 Use Week of: 2 Mary Praised God BIBLE PASSAGE: Luke 1:26-56 MAIN POINT: Jesus mother was Mary. KEY PASSAGE: 1 Timothy 1:15 BIG PICTURE QUESTION: What makes Jesus different? Jesus is God
Abraham and Sarah Have a Baby Lesson 13 Bible Point God loves us and gives us good surprises. Bible Verse We trust God (adapted from Psalm 52:8b). Growing Closer to Jesus Children will n talk about surprises
Leader DEVOTIONAL Leaders: this is just for you! Read ahead of time to engage with the Bible story on an adult level and prepare your heart to teach on Sunday. Ezra was a priest in Babylon at the end of
Teacher s Guide: Adaptation for Children with Disabilities God of Wonders Part 2: Genesis through Joshua Unit 6, Lesson 30 Noah Builds an Ark Part 2 Lesson Aim: To compare God using the ark to save Noah
Teacher s Guide: Adaptation for Children with Disabilities Prophets & Promises Part 1: Acts through Revelation Unit 3, Lesson 13 THE WORSHIP Who God is: The God Who Saves Us Paul and Silas in Prison Part
Unit 1 Session 5 UNIT 1 SESSION 5 Use Week of: NOAH AND THE ARK Genesis 6:5 9:17 KEY PASSAGE: 1 Corinthians 8:6 MAIN POINT: God made everything. BIBLE PASSAGE: Noah and the Ark Genesis 6:5 9:17 BIBLE STORY
Preschool Teacher Guide Session Title: Solomon Built the Temple Bible Passage: 1 Kings 6:1-8:66 Big Picture Question: What did King Solomon build? King Solomon built a temple for God. Key Passage: 1 Kings
Teacher s Guide: Ages 2-3 Kings & Kingdoms: Advent of the King Unit 10, Lesson 48 Advent 1: Announcing the King Lesson Aim: To know God sent His Son as our King. THE WORSHIP Who God is: The King Who Came
Preschool July 12, 2015 8:45am Leader BIBLE STUDY July 12, 2015 1 Jesus had set out on a journey. He and His disciples were likely heading to Jerusalem. (See Mark 10:32.) Suddenly, a man ran up to meet
LIFE POINT God made everything, and He loves us. Creation BIBLE PASSAGE Genesis 1; 2:7,15-17,22-24 CHRIST FOCUS Nothing was created apart from Jesus. BIBLE PHRASE PSALM 99:2 LOBL Creation DATE OF USE LEADER
Teacher s Guide: Ages 2-3 Kings & Kingdoms Part 2: Judges through Esther Unit 8, Lesson 40 David and Jonathan Lesson Aim: To know God sends us friends. THE WORSHIP Who God is: The King Who Knows Our Hearts
Table of Contents Noah Noah, a Righteous Man... Building the Ark.... The Animal Parade...6 The Floating Zoo...7 God s Promise...8 Whole-Group Activities...9 Abraham Moving Day.... Abraham Becomes Rich....2
IN THE BEGINNING / PRESCHOOL WORSHIP GUIDE Preschool Worship Guide Vo l u m e 1 in the Beginning VOLUME 1 005562397 005529820_PRE_WOR_Vol_1_CP1-4_spine.indd 4-1 Ed Stetzer General Editor Trevin Wax Managing
Unit 6 Session 1 Use Week of: The Ten Commandments: Love Others 1 BIBLE PASSAGE: Exodus 20:12-17 MAIN POINT: God gave rules about loving others. KEY PASSAGE: Leviticus 11:45 BIG PICTURE QUESTION: Who can
Teacher s Guide: Ages 4-5 Prophets & Promises Part 1: Acts through Revelation Unit 2, Lesson 8 THE WORSHIP Who God Is: The Spirit Who Changes Us Peter and Tabitha (Dorcas) Lesson Aim: To know we can help
Leader Devotional The apostle Peter preached and taught boldly after Pentecost. Jesus had commanded His followers to take the gospel to the ends of the earth. Acts 10 shows us how God made clear to Peter
Week of February 26, 2012 Lessons for the Leader Have you ever had someone come into your life and change the way you think, feel, and live? Why were you so drawn to the person? Consider how Paul impacted
Jesus Loves Everyone, and We Love Jesus Jesus Loves Everyone, and We Love Jesus Lesson 7 Bible Point Jesus Loves Everyone Bible Verse Jesus loves us (adapted from John 3:16). Growing Closer to Jesus Children
Teacher s Guide: Ages 2-3 Prophets & Promises: Advent of the Promised One Unit 10, Lesson 48 Advent 1: Isaiah Tells of the Promised Child Lesson Aim: To know God promised to send His Son to us. THE WORSHIP
Teacher s Guide: Ages 2-3 God of Wonders Part 2: Genesis through Joshua Unit 9, Lesson 47 Joshua and Jericho Lesson Aim: To see we can trust God s plan. THE WORSHIP Who God is: The God Who Sends THE WORD
Noah Builds the Ark Lesson 5 Bible Point God takes care of us. Bible Verse God takes care of us (adapted from 1 Peter 5:7). Growing Closer to Jesus Children will n build their own ark, n talk about what
Teacher s Guide: Adaptation for Children with Disabilities Kings & Kingdoms Part 1: The Life of Jesus Unit 4, Lesson 18 Jesus Is Risen Part 1 Lesson Aim: To know the true meaning of Easter. THE WORSHIP
Teacher s Guide: Ages 4-5 God of Wonders Part 2: Genesis through Joshua Unit 5, Lesson 23 Creating the World: Days 3 & 4 Lesson Aim: To know how God filled the heavens and the earth. THE WORSHIP Who God
Bible Story: John Told About Jesus (Mark 1:1-8; Luke 3:1-18) Bible Phrase: Jesus is the Son of God (John 20:31). Bible Truth: God helps me know about Jesus. New Testament Unit 1: Jesus Is God s Son Lesson
UNIT 17 Session 1 Use Week of: Anticipating the Coming King 1 BIBLE PASSAGE: Isaiah 11:1-10 MAIN POINT: Isaiah wrote about the Messiah. KEY PASSAGE: Matthew 1:21 BIG PICTURE QUESTION: Why was Jesus born?
Jesus at the Temple Bible Story Matthew 2:19-23; Luke 2:41-52 Teacher Challenge When they found Jesus amazing the religious leaders, Mary and Joseph realized that Jesus hadn t considered Himself lost His
Lesson Objectives The children will name as the man who built the ark. The children will match pairs of animals. The children will sing a song about obeying God. Bible Story Text Genesis 6-8:18 Bible Truth
T E A C H E R S H O M E P A G E March Jesus Loves Me Jesus Loved Zacchaeus (See Luke 19:1-6.) Jesus loves us. (See Revelation 1:5.) This month you will help each child: hear words and songs about Jesus
Teacher s Guide: Adaptation for Children with Disabilities Kings & Kingdoms Part 1: The Life of Jesus Unit 3, Lesson 15 Jesus and the Last Supper Part 1 Lesson Aim: To know Jesus used His Last Supper to
Jeremiah Obeys Bible Story Jeremiah 36 Teacher Challenge God had given Jeremiah strong words of warning for His people. Danger was coming. Some people listened seriously to the reading of Jeremiah s scroll.
Isaac Digs Wells Bible Story Genesis 26:12-33 Teacher Challenge God blessed Isaac so abundantly that the people around him became jealous. They filled in his wells and ordered him to leave time after time!
Elisha s New Room Bible Story 2 Kings 4:8-10 Teacher Challenge Elisha was sent by God to deliver God s message. But as he traveled from town to town, life was pretty much one long camping experience! There
Teacher s Guide: Adaptation for Children with Disabilities God of Wonders Part 2: Genesis through Joshua Unit 6, Lesson 28 Adam and Eve Disobey Part 2 Lesson Aim: To know God s greatest commands are about
Lesson 4 Teacher s Guide Ages 6-7 Unit 1: Jesus as the God of Wonders Healing Jairus Daughter Lesson Aim: To know that Jesus heals us in three different ways: right away, along the way, or someday. GOD
Chasing after God s word MEMORY VERSE FOR UNIT 2 Be kind to each other. Forgive each other like God forgave you by sending Jesus. EPHESIANS 4:32 Turn to Page 62 for Memory Verse Center tips and suggestions.
Teacher s Guide: Ages 4-5 Kings & Kingdoms: Advent of the King Unit 10, Lesson 48 Advent 1: Announcing the King Lesson Aim: To know God sent His Son as our King. THE WORSHIP Who God is: The King Who Came
Teacher s Guide: Ages 4-5 Kings & Kingdoms: Advent of the King Unit 10, Lesson 50 Advent 3: Birthplace of the King Lesson Aim: To know Jesus was born in a manger in Bethlehem. THE WORSHIP Who God is: The
We Can Tell Others That Jesus Is Alive! Lesson 6 Bible Point Jesus is alive. Bible Verse Jesus is alive (adapted from Mark 16:6b). Growing Closer to Jesus Children will n know that Jesus is alive, n learn
LESSON 4 OVERVIEW THIS IS YOUR ONE PAGE SUMMARY YOU CAN USE WHILE TEACHING. FURTHER DETAILS ARE PROVIDED ELSEWHERE IN THE LESSON PLAN. MAKE IT STICK STATEMENT: God Keeps His Promise START IT 10 MINUTES
Joseph Shares With His Brothers Lesson 4 Bible Point God wants us to share. Bible Verse Be kind to each other (Ephesians 4:32a). Growing Closer to Jesus Children will n hear a story about how Joseph shared
Old Testament Unit 8: Judges and Ruth Lesson 1: God Helped Deborah Lead the People God s Unfolding Story Suggested Schedule: Bible Story: God Helped Deborah Lead the People (Judges 4 5:5) Bible Phrase:
Teacher s Guide: Ages 6-7 Kings & Kingdoms Part 1: The Life of Jesus Unit 6, Lesson 32 The Good Samaritan Lesson Aim: To show kindness and love sacrificially. THE WORSHIP Who God is: The King Who Teaches
GOD MADE ANIMALS LIFE POINT: God made every animal. CREATION LEVEL OF BIBLICAL LEARNING God created the world in six days and rested on the seventh. BIBLE PASSAGE Genesis 1:20-25,30; 2:2 WEEKLY VERSE God
Teacher s Guide: Ages 2-3 Prophets & Promises Part 1: Acts through Revelation Unit 1, Lesson 1 The Promise of the Holy Spirit Lesson Aim: To know Jesus promised a special helper. THE WORSHIP Who God is:
Teacher s Guide: Ages 10-12 God of Wonders Part 2: Genesis through Joshua Unit 6, Lesson 31 The Call of Abram Lesson Aim: To challenge children to trust Jesus and fully live for Him. THE WORSHIP Who God
Teacher s Guide: Ages 4-5 Prophets & Promises Part 2: Elijah through Malachi Unit 7, Lesson 34 God Sends Fire to Elijah Lesson Aim: To know God is the one true God. THE WORSHIP Who God Is: The God of Power
Teacher s Guide: Adaptation for Children with Disabilities Kings & Kingdoms Part 2: Judges through Esther Unit 8, Lesson 41 David s Heart: David Praises God Lesson Aim: To explore ways to praise the Lord.
lesson Year A 1st Quarter Lesson 6 An Animal Parade Worship We praise God for His loving care. References Genesis 6:19-7:24; Patriarchs and Prophets, pp. 97-104. Memory Verse For what you have done I will
Teacher s Guide: Ages 8-9 Kings & Kingdoms Part 2: Judges through Esther Unit 8, Lesson 42 David and Mephibosheth Lesson Aim: To promise to show kindness. THE WORSHIP Who God is: The King Who Knows Our
Teacher s Guide: Ages 2-3 Kings & Kingdoms Part 1: The Life of Jesus Unit 4, Lesson 20 Jesus Talks with Peter Lesson Aim: To show Jesus we love Him by helping others. THE WORSHIP Who God is: The King Who
Teacher s Guide: Ages 10-12 God of Wonders Part 1: Miracles of Jesus Unit 1, Lesson 5 Feeding the Five Thousand Lesson Aim: To see how God includes us and expects us to participate in His plan by gathering
Teacher s Guide: Ages 4-5 God of Wonders Part 1: Miracles of Jesus Unit 1, Lesson 2 Filling the Nets Lesson Aim: To remember miracles can help people decide to follow Jesus. THE WORSHIP Who God is: Jesus
Teacher s Guide: Ages 8-9 God of Wonders Part 2: Genesis through Joshua Unit 6, Lesson 28 Cain and Abel Lesson Aim: To challenge children to be their brother s keeper. THE WORSHIP Who God is: The God Who
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