We’ve been thinking about animals in the Bible in toddler group and we are very near the end of term. This is our last animal story. I decided to do fish – they are mentioned quite a lot in the gospels! The story is from John 21. This is a brief outline. In the story… Read More Having Breakfast with Jesus
So far, this term, at toddler group we have told stories about ravens, bees, frogs and a big fish – last week it was the turn of the pigs. The Bible story was from Luke 15. It is one of the stories that Jesus told about the lost and the found. The younger son wants… Read More The prodigal son story
Bible story from Exodus 8. This is part of our series of stories about animals in the Bible. Meet the main characters – Moses, Pharoah and frogs! Moses was the leader of God’s people. God’s people lived in Egypt. They were very sad (can you look sad). Everyday they had to make bricks. they made… Read More frogs in the bed..!
We’ve been doing a few Bible stories at toddler group on the theme of ‘animals in the Bible’. We started with Jonah and have done the ravens feeding Elijah. Then we had a story about camels and today we thought about bees. ( I know they aren’t animals but I think it’s ok to be… Read More Samson and the bumble bees.
Our craft from toddler group yesterday – fish paper plates with shiney paper and tissue paper and paint. Bible stories that you could use this with – calling of the first disciples (Mark 1), The great catch of fish (John 21), Calling of Simon Peter (Luke 5). The children (and adults) did some very creative… Read More something fishy..
Luke 15:1-7. Jesus told the parable of the lost sheep. To tell the story to young children Very young children will probably benefit from using smaller numbers – maybe just up to ten with the number ten sheep missing. Before you begin hide a sheep but unless you have a small group give the task… Read More L is for lost sheep – Bible alphabet (Pdf for craft activity)
to add something to the telling of the Christmas story – add sheep and camels that stand up on pegs for legs. Draw a simple camel or sheep (without legs!) on to card and cut out. Add the pegs. You could also do this as a craft activity – just be careful with the pegs.