Preschool: Winter 2013-14: Unit 1: Session 4: Telling (12/29/13)

1s & 2s—Wave Scarves to Music

Bible Story: Peter Told About Jesus Matthew 28:16-20; Acts 2:1-11,22,37-41

Life Point: People can tell about Jesus.

Life Verse: God sent Jesus to help people. Romans 8:3

Christ Focus: There is no one like Jesus.

Bible Focus: Peter told people that Jesus was special.

Materials: scarves or streamers, CD, CD player

  • Choose two or three songs about Jesus to play from the CD. Give each preschooler a scarf or streamer.
  • Encourage the preschoolers to wave their scarves as the music plays. The children may enjoy moving around the room as they wave their scarves.
  • Between song, talk about the Bible story. Comment that Peter told the people that Jesus was special. We can sing songs to Him because He is special.

3–Pre-K—Find Shoes

Bible Story: People Prayed for Peter Acts 12:5-19

Life Point: People who love Jesus pray for one another.

Life Verse: Do what is good. Romans 2:10

Christ Focus: There is no one like Jesus.

Bible Focus: The angel told Peter to put on his shoes.

Materials: several pairs of shoes of different sizes and styles

  • Hide one of each pair of shoes around the room. Place the other shoes together in one area of the room.
  • Encourage the children to look around the room to find the hidden shoes. Tell them to bring them to the area and find its match.
  • When all the shoes have been found, tell the Bible story. Explain how an angel told Peter to put on his shoes before they left the prison.

Kindergarten—Make a Prayer Reminder

Bible Story: People Prayed for Peter Acts 12:5-19

 Life Point: People who love Jesus pray for one another.

Life Verse: Do what is good. Romans 2:10

 Christ Focus: There is no one like Jesus.

 Bible Focus: People prayed for Peter.

Materials: construction paper, straws, yarn or ribbon, markers, tape, Teaching Picture 4

  • Cut the construction paper in half to make 6-by-9-inch pieces. Tape a straw to the top of one short side of each paper. Thread a piece of yarn or ribbon through the straw to make a hanger for the reminder.
  • Invite the children to make a prayer reminder. Suggest that they can draw pictures on the paper to make a small banner and add names of people to pray for. Be prepared to help with spelling, if needed.
  • Talk about the Bible story as children work. Point to the people who are praying in the Teaching Picture. Comment that praying for people shows how much we love Jesus.

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