kingave.org- Jesus Performs His First Miracle lesson with activities
Introduce craft: What did Jesus turn the water into?
Turning Water Into Wine- A paper plate craft to show Jesus' first miracle. Start the wheel with the blue showing to represent water flowing from the jug. Slowly turn the back plate to change the blue water to red wine. (Crafts from your favorite Bible Stories by Kathy Ross, page 42 & 43).
clclutheran.org- Classroom Art Activity Color the strip at the bottom of the page according to the color directions, then cut it out. Color the water pot below, cut out the top oval, and make the slits. Position the blue/maroon strip in the slits behind the water pot so that it changes from water to wine (page 3).
highlightsteachers.com- Memory Game Sharpen your students memory skills with this game made with plastic milk or water jug lids.
activityvillage.co.uk- Counting Jars Game Here's a really simple idea which is fun to put together and fun to play with. You can play with the jars in many different ways, making is suitable for a wide age range too.
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The Wedding At Cana File Folder Game- Answer questions about the story and receive a jar token. The first player to collect 6 jars wins. (Younger students do not have to answer a question and can just collect a jar token.)
Introduce snack: What did Jesus turn water into? Let’s make something that we can change by adding something to it.
Have the children make Kool-aid, chocolate milk, lemon aid, etc. using a container that they can see through or look into (cup).
Letter W Snacks-
Wafers, Waffles, Walnut, Water, Watermelon, White Cake, White Cheese, Whipped Cream, etc.
Prayers while students are doing coloring and/or puzzles.
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