Objectives:The children will be able to - retell the story 10 Plagues of Egypt - discuss the ten plagues God sent upon Egypt and the Pharaoh - discuss that God took care of his people and they did not experience the plagues
Review: Prayer and questions from last week’s lesson
dltk-bible.com-Moses 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. (Fly, Frog, Miracle, Moses)
Introduce craft: What hopped out of the Nile River and into all the Egyptian houses?
Need: Paper plates, white and red construction paper, crayons, glue
Directions: Pre cut tongue for students out of red construction paper. Have the tongue about one inch wide and twelve inches long. Have students color paper plate green on one side and fold plate in half. (Note: Be sure to have students use old crayons and peel the paper off of crayons and rub the side of the crayon on the paper plate instead of coloring it. This will be a lot faster and easier for the students). Students then cut out two eyes that are pre drawn on white construction paper (round circles that are at least three inches across) and color eyes. Glue on eyes on outside of frog (green side) on the top of the paper plate that is folded in half. Have the eyes halfway on and halfway hanging off the fold near the center. Glue tongue inside the frog’s mouth starting from the center of the fold and out the front of the mouth. Curl tongue with pencil and draw a bug on end of tongue if you wish.
Introduce game: Who led the people out of Egypt? Can you follow Moses? Let’s find out.
Need: A large walking stick
Directions: Someone is the Leader (Moses) and carries a stick for his staff. Students follow Moses and do what Moses does. (Like Follow the Leader).
Introduce game: How many plagues happened when the Pharaoh would not let the Israelites go?
Plagues Cards for Memory, Go Fish and Sequencing. Print out 2 copies, cut out, laminate or cover with clear contact paper to make them last. (All graphics/images/clipart etc. used on this game are not my own and are from various internet sources.)
Introduce game: What hopped out of the Nile River and into all the Egyptian houses?
Leaping Frogs File Folder Game: The object of the game is for the player (the frog) to get to the Pharaoh’s Palace first. The players roll a die and follow the directions on the space they landed on. If the player lands on a space that is already occupied by another, BUMP that player back to the START space. The first frog to the Pharaoh’s Palace wins.
Introduce snack: What was the second plague? Thousands of frogs swarmed out of the river and into all the Egyptian homes.
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