a pre-school teaching resource to win!… Read More God made water – and a giveaway!
This craft is suitable for all ages – you may have to vary how you decorate the shapes. I used air drying modelling clay to make flowers and eggs. These were cut using cookie cutters. The shapes need time to dry out – a couple of days. We’ll be decorating flower shapes at Toddler Group.… Read More Easter decorations!
‘Love heart flower cards’ – I use paper cutters a lot so although they can be expensive they are worth it. It would take me for ever to cut out hearts! The other shapes are squares/rectangles for the vase and thin strips of green paper for the stalks. The leaves and flowers are hearts.
The fish outline is a free download from :- <a href=”https://clipartfest.com/”>clipartfest.com</a> The colourful ‘scales’ are mini cup cake cases cut in half. I bought them from Amazon. The fins are the cases cut into quarters. We were doing the story of Peter being called to follow Jesus from Mark 1:16. As Peter was a fisherman… Read More On the way to Easter – with Peter
To make this easy craft all you need is Construction paper or light card loaves and fish – printed on paper and cut out. I cut all the loaves as a group which saved a lot of time. Children who are able/old enough to use scissors could cut out their own. Here is a PDF… Read More 5 loaves and 2 fish craft
I was wondering what to do for thanking God for our mouths – a story that had food in it perhaps? But then remembered the man who came back to Jesus to say ‘thank you’. The story is from Luke 17:11-19. To tell the story I made ten men from wooden spoons. On one side… Read More Thank you God for my mouth..
For the Bible story we used Luke 7:36-46. This is a difficult story to tell as it probably seems strange to us that someone would anoint a persons feet. You need to explain that in those days people would wash their feet when they went into a home as they would be dusty and hot.… Read More Thank you God for my nose..