When you are looking for a great, inexpensive, and interactive way to teach the creation story, this is the answer. This lesson is "God Created." While telling the Creation Story using the form provided, the lesson leader recreates the Creation Story through art and engages the children through questions and answers. The kids will remain mesmerize as the lesson leader completes the project.
When the lesson leader completes the project, the children will have an opportunity to recreate the Creation Story. The lesson leader will use a shorten version of the story (provided) to help the children complete the project. When the children complete the project, the lesson leader provides simple follow up questions to ensure the children understand that God created. Best of all, the children can hang their projects on their bedroom door, and be reminded of who created daily. Download FREE and find out more.
This project can be done with one child, small groups, or large groups. The lesson is easily translatable across the world. The lesson is easy to present; an older child could present it to a younger sibling. The only items you need are items you already have laying around.
1. White Construction or Computer Paper
2. Black Construction Paper
3. Glue or Glue Stick
5. Single Hole Puncher or Scissors
6. String or Yarn
Like I said, fun and inexpensive.... This lesson has been kid tested and approved. And most importantly, the children retain the information.
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This lesson is one of five from my book Little Johnny's Faith Adventures: Our Beginnings (not included).Get the book from any major retailer such as Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com.
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