Ten Commandments Poster free printable – kid friendly language

*This was originally posted in 2012 and continues to be one of the top viewed items on my blog each week. Blessings!

Here’s a free Ten Commandments poster for you.  They are written in a kid-friendly way.  Hope you enjoy!

Click here to download poster ten commandments pdf

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Check out my Youtube Channel for Sunday School videos showing how I use the Bible to teach a lesson.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFCeTIpgyDX9WU8gQyC1mGQ/featured?view_as=public

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Sunday School Craft – Woman at the Well bucket

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Woman at the Well bucket Craft 

Supplies:

pipe cleaner (cut into small pieces)

medicine cup (1 per child)

popsicle stick

Jute (or yarn)

woman at well bucket supplies

Directions:

Punch holes – on opposite sides of the medicine cup using hole puncher.  (Btw, your local nursing home will donate these to you.  Wash them well and they make perfect little buckets.)

Add the pipe cleaner – like a handle

Tie the string – to the pipe cleaner handle and the popsicle stick (I put a dot of hot glue under the string on the stick)

woman at the well bucket in waterBe sure to visit my Youtube channel to see me demonstrating how to teach the lesson of the “Woman at the Well” or “Jesus and the Samaritan Woman” using the Bible.

Click below to watch.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFCeTIpgyDX9WU8gQyC1mGQ?view_as=public

Look under the Sunday School Playlist.

How to Teach a Sunday School Lesson Using the Bible

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I just created a video showing how to use the Bible to teach a Sunday School lesson.

Click here to watch this video on Youtube.

 

Using the Bible when you teach Sunday School is important for three reasons:

1 – The Bible is exciting. I want children to see that the stories like Jonah, Noah, and Daniel are true stories. This will spark an excitement for God’s Word and hopefully will make children want to read it for themselves.
2 – The Bible is true. The stories are not make-believe from story books.
3 – The Bible is sufficient for daily living. As we pull out truths from Scripture, children will begin to see the necessity of reading their Bibles.

The Bible is a major tool God uses to speak to His people. We must do what we can to point children to read their Bibles and pray daily.

Striving to point people of ALL ages to spend time daily In His Presence.

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FREE Father’s Day Card printable for Sunday School

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If you need a Father’s Day card for Sunday School tomorrow, here’s a quick one that I think is very meaningful.

Print the card on a creme colored paper, if you can.

Download the FREE card here: Father’s Day Card acronym

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The inside contains an adaptation of a sermon about Father’s by John MacArthur.  Simply, print on white paper, cut it out and glue it to the inside.

Download the inside here: Father’s Day Card acronym inside

On the other half of the inside, have the child draw a picture.

Print this prayer father’s can pray for their children on light blue paper to hand out.

Download the Prayer for your Children here: Prayer for Your Children

 

Mother’s Day Sunday School Lesson

Here’s a FREE Mother’s Day Sunday School lesson for you to use this Sunday, if you need it. It includes Memory verse, Bible story, Games, Role Play activity, and Craft idea.

Mother’s Day lesson

Preschool Sunday School Lesson

Mother’s Day – Mary (Jesus’ Mother)

Luke 1:46, John 19:25-27, Acts 1:14

Memory Verse:  …The Lord bless you and keep you… Number 16:24

Bible Story:

Today is Mother’s Day.  Our lesson today is about a very special mother.

Show the story picture.

Tell the children to point to the baby in the picture. Tell them His name is Jesus, and invite them to say “Jesus.”

Tell the children to point to the mommy in the picture.  This is Jesus’ mother.  Her name was Mary.

Have the children pretend to cradle a baby in their arms.

The Bible teaches us some things about Mary:

  • Mary praised God – When Mary found out that God had chosen her to be the mother of His one and only Son, she was so happy! She sang a song of praise! Read Luke 1:46, “My soul magnifies the Lord, and my spirit rejoices in God my Savior.”
  • Mary loved Jesus and Jesus loved her – Mary was there at the cross when Jesus was crucified. She loved Jesus and He loved her.  Read John 19:25-27, “but standing by the cross of Jesus were his mother…When Jesus saw his mother and the disciple whom he loved standing nearby, he said to his mother, ‘Woman, behold, your son!’ Then he said to the disciple, ‘Behold, your mother!’ And from that hour the disciple took her to his own home.”
  • Mary prayed – After Jesus died on the cross and rose, Mary continued to pray. Acts 1:14, “All these with one accord were devoting themselves to prayer, together with the women and Mary the mother of Jesus, and his brothers.”

Games:

Play “Mother Says” instead of “Simon Says.”

Role Play:  Practice Being a Good Mother – Bring in baby dolls, clothes, towels, wash cloths, soap, diapers, etc. Show the children how to take care of a baby.

Craft: Mother’s Day Card-paint tulips using plastic forks on a card that reads, “Thanks for helping me grow!”

Nehemiah’s Wall craft & game

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Nehemiah’s Wall

I needed a quick craft for Sunday School last week and came up with this one on the spot.

Directions:  I used construction paper and cut slits in two sides and taped up like a box.  The kids added stickers to the inside, but with a little more planning, you could enhance it by drawing stone blocks on the wall, adding stand-up people inside, etc.

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Defend the Wall

We also played this game.  It was suggested in our lesson (We use Lifeway’s Gospel Project).

Directions:  Stack the cups and have several students stand in front to “defend the wall from enemies.”  The rest of the class stands in line behind a piece of tape.  They take turns throwing a soft type ball and trying to knock down the wall.  Those defending the wall should bat with their hands or kick the ball away before it wrecks the wall.

Homemade Resurrection Eggs printable and free Easter lesson

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Two years ago, I posted a Resurrection Eggs printable FREEBIE and an Easter lesson.

Click here to read that post.

Click below for this free download, which includes an Easter holiday excerpt from A to Z Toddler and Preschool Curriculum.

Download Homemade Resurrection Eggs printables and lesson here:

Homemade Resurrection Eggs

 

Free Mother’s Day Lesson

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I needed to create a special lesson for our AWANA Puggles Wednesday night since Mother’s Day is Sunday and we were making a special craft.

I thought you might need a quick lesson too.  It would work for preschool Sunday School this Sunday on Mother’s Day.

Lesson – Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day Card – plastic fork tulips 2 per page (use a fork to make tulips; draw on the stems with a green marker)

I got some inspiration for this lesson from:

Mother’s Day Sunday School Lesson

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Showered with Favors: Baby Herbs

FREE Father’s Day Sunday School Lesson

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A few years back, I posted a FREE Father’s Day Lesson for Sunday School.  I’ve updated it just a bit and wanted to post it again today in case you are looking for something for SS this week on Father’s Day.

This lesson points to the characteristics of our Heavenly Father.

Click here to see the post and for all the FREE printables!

 

 

Mother’s Day Sunday School lesson for preschoolers

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I created a simple lesson for this Sunday (Mother’s Day) and thought someone else might need it too.

Lesson:

Mother’s Day lesson

Blessings,

Kathy

Preschool Sunday School Lesson
Mother’s Day – Mary (Jesus’ Mother)
Luke 1:46, John 19:25-27, Acts 1:14
Memory Verse: …The Lord bless you and keep you… Number 16:24

Bible Story:

Today is Mother’s Day. Our lesson today is about a very special mother.

Show the story picture.

Tell the children to point to the baby in the picture. Tell them His name is Jesus, and invite them to say “Jesus.”

Tell the children to point to the mommy in the picture. This is Jesus’ mother. Her name was Mary.

Have the children pretend to cradle a baby in their arms.

The Bible teaches us some things about Mary:

• Mary praised God – When Mary found out that God had chosen her to be the mother of His one and only Son, she was so happy! She sang a song of praise! Read Luke 1:46, “My soul magnifies the Lord, and my spirit rejoices in God my Savior.”

• Mary loved Jesus and Jesus loved her – Mary was there at the cross when Jesus was crucified. She loved Jesus and He loved her. Read John 19:25-27, “but standing by the cross of Jesus were his mother…When Jesus saw his mother and the disciple whom he loved standing nearby, he said to his mother, ‘Woman, behold, your son!’ Then he said to the disciple, ‘Behold, your mother!’ And from that hour the disciple took her to his own home.”

• Mary prayed – After Jesus died on the cross and rose, Mary continued to pray. Acts 1:14, “All these with one accord were devoting themselves to prayer, together with the women and Mary the mother of Jesus, and his brothers.”

Games:
Play “Mother Says” instead of “Simon Says.”

Role Play: Practice Being a Good Mother – Bring in baby dolls, clothes, towels, wash cloths, soap, diapers, etc. Show the children how to take care of a baby.

Craft: Mother’s Day Card-paint tulips using plastic forks on a card that reads, “Thanks for helping me grow!”