q is for question – Bible alphabet

A long time ago we created a Bible Alphabet for toddlers – it’s here and there on the blog. It was a great thing to do and gave us lots of story options. This time it’s the letter ‘q’. Not so many options! I went for q is for question. The question ‘who is this,… Read More q is for question – Bible alphabet

A-Z of the Bible

A couple of years ago we used the alphabet to teach a Bible story a week at Toddler Group. We used a person, place or object and once or twice a word from a story for a letter of the alphabet. For example a is for Adam, b is for Bethlehem, c is for carpenter… Read More A-Z of the Bible

Y is for the rich young man

The story of the Rich Young Man (Mark 10:17-22) has a sad ending. He loves his money more than Jesus. With older children you could talk about  things that get in the way of them following Jesus. You could also add a question mark symbol and talk more about why the young man asked the… Read More Y is for the rich young man

Z is for Zacchaeus

I made this to use with under fives to tell the story of Zacchaeus. He moves up the tree which is great for keeping the young children interested. We are doing the story as part of our Bible Alphabet series. The tree is a Pringles container covered in brown construction paper with large leaves stapled… Read More Z is for Zacchaeus

Bible Alphabet M is for Moses story and craft

We used this story in our Bible Alphabet M is for Moses. The story of Moses being hidden in the basket is found in Exodus 2. It is a lovely story to tell to children as children take centre stage.  I’ve included a craft idea too. Sometimes people point out that the Nile would have… Read More Bible Alphabet M is for Moses story and craft