Little Blots of Faith- Baby Moses Craft This is a fun little craft where children can use their hand prints to make some bushy covering for baby Moses. Materials are minimal, and children of all ages can participate. Let children color baby Moses with crayons, pressing hard. Then with watercolors allow them to paint over the picture to fill in the river. Then trace their hands on green construction paper and cut out to make the reeds. Glue the bottom of the handprints over the basket, so they can peek in on Baby Moses.
Introduce game: What was the name of the baby that was put in a basket and sent down the Nile by his mother? Who found Moses?
Who Has Baby Moses?
Need: Small object to be baby Moses (example: clothes pin).
Directions: The children sit in a circle close together. The child who is “It” stands away from the circle and hides their eyes while baby Moses is passed around. When “It” says "STOP!", the child holding baby Moses hides it (under their leg, up their sleeve, etc.). The child who is “It” guesses who has baby Moses. The child who had baby Moses is now “It”.
Moses in the Bulrushes File Folder Game: The players spin the spinner and follow the directions. If the player spins “Leader’s Spot”, they get to move their marker to where the leader is and share that spot. The first player to the princess wins.
Introduce snack: What was the name of the baby that was put in a basket and sent down the Nile by his mother? Who found Moses?
pillsbury.com- Crescent Dogs (looks like a baby wrapped in a blanket) For an added touch put a face on the baby using mustard.
christianpreschoolprintables.com- Baby Moses Puzzle Print on Heavy Cardstock or laminate with contact paper to make this puzzle sturdy for little hands. Cut on the white lines and let children assemble the picture of Moses being drawn from the water.
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