Preschool: Winter 2013-14: Unit 2: Session 4: Who Gave Us the Bible (2/9/14)

1s & 2s—Match Bibles to Outlines

 Bible Story: A Job for Jeremiah Jeremiah 36

 Life Point: God told people to write about Him.

Life Verse: I will do what God says. Psalm 119:34

Christ Focus: The Bible is Jesus’ story.

Bible Focus: Jeremiah wrote words in the Bible.

 Materials: Teaching Picture 10, poster board, marker, three or four Bibles of different sizes

  • Lay the Bibles on the poster board and trace around each one with the marker. Place the Bibles and Teaching Picture on the floor next to the poster.
  • Invite a preschooler to match each Bible to its outline. Comment that Jeremiah wrote some of the words that are in the Bible.
  • Point to Jeremiah in the Teaching Picture.

 3–Pre-K—Make a Door Knob Reminder

Bible Story: A Job for Jeremiah Jeremiah 36

Life Point: The Bible is God’s word.

Life Verse: There is no other God. Isaiah 45:22

Christ Focus: The Bible is the story of Jesus.

Bible Focus: The Bible tells about God and Jesus.

 Materials: Teaching Picture 10; door knob hangers: adhesive labels printed with the Life Verse; markers; colorful circle, star, and hear stickers

  • Place the materials on a table. Give each child a door knob hanger and Life Verse sticker. Explain that they can hang these reminders on their bedroom door knobs to remind them that the Bible tells about God and Jesus.
  • Tell the Bible story as children decorate their hangers. Comment that words that Jeremiah wrote are in our Bible today.
  • Point to Jeremiah in the Teaching Picture. Discuss how writing today is different from writing in Jeremiah’s day.

Kindergarten—Play in a Writing Center

 Bible Story: A Job for Jeremiah Jeremiah 36

Life Point: The Bible is God’s word.

Life Verse: There is no other God. Isaiah 45:22

Christ Focus: The Bible is the story of Jesus.

 Bible Focus: Jeremiah wrote words that are in the Bible.

 Materials: Teaching Picture 10; old briefcase or box; variety of paper such as copy paper, legal pads, and notepads; variety of writing implements, such as markers, gel pens, and colored pencils

  • Place the paper in the briefcase or box. Place the writing implements on a table within children’s reach. Display the Teaching Picture. Print the Life Verse on a sheet of paper and display it with the Teaching Picture.
  • Invite boys and girls to create at the writing center. Suggest that they could copy the Life Verse onto their papers and then decorate it. Some children may want to draw only.
  • Talk about the Bible story as children work. Comment that Jeremiah wrote some of the words in our Bible.
  • Call attention to the Teaching Picture. Ask the children to tell how writing today is different from writing in Jeremiah’s time.

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