Objectives:The children will be able to - retell the story Elijah and the Ravens - discuss how God took care of Elijah - identify who sent the ravens to feed Elijah
Review: Prayer and questions from last week’s lesson
christianpreschoolprintables.com- Elijan and the Ravens Word Wall 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 (scroll down to this).
Read story: “Elijah and the Ravens” from your own story book.
Then ask questions from below.
Who did Elijah love and obey? God
What did the King of Israel build to a false god? A huge temple.
Would Elijah pray to the false god named Baal? No
Who did the people forget? God
What did Elijah warn the people about? That there would be no rain for many years and they would starve.
Who told Elijah where to go for safety? God
Who brought Elijah food? Ravens
Songs and/or Finger Plays:
Introduce songs and/or finger plays: Who did Elijah love and obey? God
dltk-bible.com-Elijah Prays lesson with memory verse, teacher's guide, puzzles, take home sheet, coloring pages, crafts and activities, etc.
Introduce craft: Who brought Elijah food? Ravens
christianpreschoolprintables.com- Elijah Fed By Ravens Craft (scroll down to this). This is a simple craft children can color and complete during your Sunday School Lesson. When finished children can move the ravens back and forth to Elijah as he waits by the river. Talk with the children about how God sent the ravens to bring Elijah food to sustain him.
daniellesplace.com- Make a picture of a raven feeding Elijah (scroll down to 3 and click on large file or small file).
daniellesplace.com- Make a sitting raven holding a sign or raven puppets from paper lunch bags (scroll down to Crafts).
Introduce game: Who obeyed God in today’s story? Elijah
christianpreschoolprintables.com- Elijah File Folder Game (scroll down to this). This is a fun file folder game that takes children through some of the key points in Elijah's life. For each point in the Bible Story there is the corresponding scripture for you to read through as you travel through the game. Watch the video to learn how to put this game together!
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