Objectives:The children will - retell the story of Creation - explain what God created - identify what God created on the first day
Review: Prayer and questions from last week’s lesson
Pick the words that you want to use from below:
dltk-bible.com- Creation Theme Word Wall Words Word wall templates are large flash card printables that you can hang on the wall to aid children when they are learning or using new vocabulary words.
chrisitanpreschoolprintables.com- Creation Word Wall Use these printable Word Wall cards to go through the days of creation with your children. There are also key words from the creation story in Genesis chapter 1.
christianpreschoolprintables.com- God Made Word Wall Arrange the words according to the directions. Have “God made” already on the board and ask the children to find the correct answer.
Read story: "Creation" from your own story book or read "And God Said" from the book Snip-And-Tell Bible Stories by Karyn Henley, page 9 – 10, and do cut outs while the story unfolds. Then ask questions from below using Creation Cards to help the children remember what happened each day. Post cards on the bulletin board for future reference. There are lots of ways to use these for your students.
1. What did God make the first day? Light
2. What did God make the second day? Sky
3. What did God make the third day? Seas, land, and plants.
4. What did God make the fourth day? Sun, moon, and stars.
5. What did God make the fifth day? Creatures in seas and sky.
6. What did God make the sixth day? Animals on land and man.
7. Did God make the stars? Yes
8. Did God make the animals? Yes
9. How many days did it take God to create the whole world? Six
10. What did God do on the seventh day? God rested.
Songs and/or Finger Plays:
Introduce songs and/or finger plays: Who created heaven and the earth? God
Introduce activity: How many days did it take God to create the whole world? Six
christianpreschoolprintables.com- Calendar Printables Calendar Numbers are printable squares you can use in your classroom calendar. Print on heavy cardstock and laminate for best results. Additionally these printables are great for making number matching games so be creative!
christianpreschoolprintables.com- Creation Felt Set (scroll down to this). This is a felt set where you can print larger versions of the graphics for use on a story board or felt board. There are Seven Days with pictures of Gods Creation on that day.
christianpreschoolprintables.com- Creation Beanbags (scroll down to this). This is a set of Creation Bean Bags that I designed to have some fun activities to learn the days of creation. I put up an instructional video on how I choose the different fabrics, and what I made them from in our Member Forum.
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christianpreschoolprintables.com- Creation Coloring Pages (scroll down to this). This is a set of Creation Coloring pages that includes the bible story from the NIV bible. Children can take home the picture for each day, and read the bible story with their family. Bind them together and each child can have their own Story of Creation book. These match the above bulletin board set.
ministry-to-children.com- Creation (coloring) Print these out and you will have a free creation coloring book to use in your church, home, or school.
christianpreschoolprintables.com- Creation Themed Bible Puzzles (scroll down to this). This is a set of seven different Bible Puzzles, one for each day in creation. This also includes different flashcards with the Day printed above the puzzle, if you cut these out and laminate, children can use them to play a matching game after they complete the puzzles. For older children, mix all the pieces together and have them separate them into the respective days.
dltk-bible.com- Draw a line to help each character find the place God created for it to live.
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