Preschool: God Is…: Session 3 – Fair

1s & 2s—Find and Match Bibles

Bible Story: Daniel Made a Choice Daniel 6:1-11   

Life Point: God wants us to love Him.

Life Verse: God said, “I will teach you the way to go.” Psalm 32:8

Christ Focus: Jesus said to love God with all our heart.

Bible Focus: The Bible tells about God’s love.

Materials: 3 Bibles of different sizes, poster board, marker, box, shredded paper

 

  • Trace around each Bible onto the poster board. Hide the Bibles in the box of shredded paper.
  • Invite a preschooler to find the Bibles in the box. When a Bible is found, help him match it to its outline.
  • Open a Bible to Daniel. Comment that Daniel loved God; the Bible tells about God.

 3–Pre-K—Paint with Red, Yellow, and Orange Paint

Bible Story: God Helped Three Friends Daniel 3

 Life Point: God is fair.

Life Verse: They called to God, and He answered them. Psalm 99:6

 Christ Focus: Jesus makes people right with God.

Bible Focus: God saved the three men from the fire.

 Materials: paper; paintbrushes: cups; painting smocks; red, yellow, and orange paint

  • As the children paint, talk about the Bible story. Comment that the colors of paint remind you of fire.
  • Remind the boys and girls that the three friends obeyed God, even though the king punished them.

Kindergarten—Decorate the Life Verse

 Bible Story: God Helped Three Friends Daniel 3

 Life Point: God is fair.

Life Verse: They called to God, and He answered them. Psalm 99:6

 Christ Focus: Jesus makes people right with God.

 Bible Focus: The three friends obeyed God.

 Materials: Teaching Picture 3, banner paper or poster board, markers, colored circle stickers

 

  • • Print the Life Verse in all capital letters on the banner paper or poster board.
  • Kindergartners can decorate the verse by drawing with markers in the white spaces, or putting circle stickers over the letters.
  • Read the verse with the children and talk about the Bible story.

Comments

  1. Veronica says:

    I would love for you to incorporate holiday lessons into your curriculum. Maybe as an optional “extra” lesson. This Sunday is Father’s Day. A lesson on obeying parents would be a great lesson! Just a thought. Thanks!

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