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- This is a MEGA bundle of my three Martin Luther and Reformation Day resources! Engage your students with these print-and-go mini-units that will simplify your lesson planning and teach your students about this important topic.October 31st is Reformation Day, a day to celebrate Martin Luther and the$7.00$10.00Save $3.00
- Engage your preschoolers with these Bible-based activities, games, crafts, and more! Each resource is based on a Bible story or theme and is both easy for teachers to implement and fun and engaging for your PreK or Kindergarten students. Who is this resource for?These resources were created to help$70.00$139.00Save $69.00
This preschool resource is a fun and engaging way to teach your students about Martin Luther and the Protestant Reformation. This resource includes print-and-go lesson plans with stories, activities, crafts, and more - perfect for the busy teacher, Sunday School leader, or homeschooling parent.
The students will walk away knowing about Martin Luther and the steps he took to ensure that people could read the Bible for themselves and have their own personal relationship with Jesus.
- List of materials
- Suggested Bible verse
- Suggested lesson plans
- The Story: Martin Luther and the Protestant Reformation
- Activity: Nailing the 95 Theses
- Craft: Martin Luther's Seal
- Craft: My Personal Seal
- M is for Martin Luther handwriting practice sheet
- Coloring page: Today I Learned About Martin Luther
- Bible verse cards (Ephesians 2:8) - 10 per page
Resource created by Jessica Lawler
This resource is in a series of Preschool Bible Lessons - each packet is fun, easy to understand, and engaging for little minds! However each lesson can be done independently of the others.
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Looking for resources to teach Martin Luther to bigger kids? I also have units for grades 1-3 and 3-5: