Moses Bible Crafts and Activities
for Sunday School

"You Can Do Important Things" Sunday School Lesson

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The following crafts and activities come from the Bible lesson "You Can Do Important Things" from The Resource Room. Through this lessons children learn that even though they are young, they are still  important to God. God loves them very much, and he can use them to do great things. This lesson is available on The Resource Room a subscription site.

 

Baby Moses in a Basket Paper Plate Craft for Sunday School

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What you will need:

Regular-sized Paper Plates

Water Color Paints and Paint Brushes

Green Construction Paper

Crayons, Magic Markers, or Colored Pencils

Low Temperature Glue Gun

Scissors

Card stock (Heavy Paper)

 

How to Make the Baby Moses in a Paper Plate Basket Craft:

1. Cut a paper plate in half but not straight across. Make a slight curve in the plate so that one side is concave and the other convex. Cut a sun shade or cover from another paper plate so that you have a back and front piece. (A pattern for the paper plate basket is available to members on The Resource Room.)

2. Glue the tops on the basket pieces and then glue the sides together to form the basket.

3. Cut a slit in the center of another paper plate so that the basket fits inside the slit.

Baby Moses in a Paper Plate Basket Craft for Sunday school made by a followers from www.daniellesplace.com4. Paint the basket and bottom paper plate and glue them together.

5. Draw a Baby Moses on card stock, color it, cut it out, and then glue it to the inside of the basket. Children can also place a paper napkin in the basket for the baby's blanket (not pictured). (A printable pattern for the Baby Moses is available to members on The Resource Room.)

6. To finish cut long strips of green paper into reed shapes and glue them to the paper plate.

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Miriam and Baby Moses Craft Stick Doll

Miriam and Baby Moses Craft Stick Figures Bible Craft for Sunday School www.daniellesplace.com

 

What you will need:

Natural Wood Craft Sticks

Mini Jumbo Craft Sticks

Jumbo Craft Sticks

Elmer's Tac 'N Stik Reusable Adhesive

White Card stock (Heavy Paper)

Low Temp Mini Glue Gun, Colored Pencils, and Scissors

 

How to Make the Craft Stick Dolls:

1. Before class print out the Ccutting diagram from www.daniellesplace.comraft Stick Figure Template and glue craft sticks together to match the template to make the craft stick body. You can use the regular-sized craft sticks or the mini jumbo craft sticks for the arms. You will have to cut a jumbo craft stick with scissors to make the head.

2. Print out the Clothes Patterns onto card stock and cut them out. Cut slits in the  from www.daniellesplace.comcut line diagramsandals just above the strap by folding the patterns in half lengthwise. Cut out the neck area by folding the pattern in half lengthwise and then cutting out the triangle. Cut a slit in the head covering pattern by folding it in half lengthwise and cutting through the fold. (This pattern is available to members on The Resource Room.)

3. To make the baskets cut slits around the outside of the pattern where indicated, and fold back the tabs. Place glue on the tabs and then place the second pattern on top.

4. To make the baby fold the pattern in half lengthwise and cut the two curved lines. Use the template on the clothes patterBaby Moses in a Basket Craft Stick Bible Craft for Kids from www.daniellesplace.comn to cut babies from mini jumbo craft sticks.

5. In class have your children color the patterns and slip them on the craft stick figure. Then have them draw faces on the craft stick figures. Place the baby in the basket and place hang it on Miriam's arm.

You can use these figures to act out the story and make the clothes so they can be removed and replaced by other clothes using Elmer's Tac 'N Stik Reusable Adhesive.

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Free Moses in a Basket Bible Craft for Sunday School

Baby Moses in a Basket Bible Craft for Sunday School on www.daniellesplace.comPrint out the Pattern of the basket and Baby Moses onto card stock and cut them out.

Punch holes all around the sides of the basket. Have your children lace string through they holes so that they lace two baskets together. 

Cut out around Moses' hands and chin (but leave his shoulders connected) so that they fit over the basket and look like he is holding on. (Printing Problems?)

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Help the Princess FindBaby Moses Card Game

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The teacher places a picture of Baby Moses behind one of the cards.

Children take turns picking up a card to see if they can find Baby Moses.

(This game is available to Members only on The Resource Room.)

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"I Can Do Important Things" Book

"I Can do Important Things" Book Craft for Sunday School on www.daniellesplace.comChildren draw pictures of important things they can do at home, at school, in their neighborhood, and at church.

When your children are finished have them share their picture with the class and see if the children can guess what the pictures represent.

(The Pattern for this craft is available to members on The Resource Room.)

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Learn the Bible Verse Game

Sunday School Bible Craft baby moses bible verse game from www.daniellesplace.com(Younger or Older Children) Before class print out the basket patterns (Available of The Resource Room) onto card stock.  Cut them out and glue the patterns back to back.  In class turn over all the baskets so that the side with the blankets are showing. Let your children take turns guessing which basket Baby Moses is in.  Play like the old shell game, mixing up the baskets while the children try to follow the one that Moses is in.  If a child guesses correctly, the next child takes a turn.  If a child is wrong, he or she has to say the memory verse and then try again until he or she finds the right basket. (This Game is available to members on The Resource Room.)

 

Play a "Find Baby Moses" Game

(Younger Children) Tell the children that you are going to play a game. One of them will be Moses' mother and she will hide Baby Moses. The other children will pretend to be the princess (if you would like you could have them wear crowns or make crowns to use in this game. You may be able to get crowns from Burger King). Send all the children out of the room except "Baby Moses' mother".  Help the child hide the baby. If you have a very small room and not many hiding places for a real baby doll, you can use the craft picture of Baby Moses and tape the baby under chairs and table and on the walls.  When the baby is hidden, call the "princesses in to find Baby Moses". Whoever finds the baby gets to hide him.  Play until every child gets a turn. If you think this activity will get too noisy, you can have a Baby Moses hidden before class and when activity time comes tell them to find the baby.

 

Make Crowns

Print out the crown Pattern, decorate crowns and talk about the princess who found baby Moses.

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Pretend to be the Princess

Have the children wear the crowns they made and look for baby Moses which is hidden somewhere in the room.

 

Play a Sink or Float Game

Bring in a bunch of small toys and objects, some that float and some that don't. Pass out one toy or object per child, (Make sure when you pass them out that they know they can't keep them, if that is the case, or just pick objects that the children won't be interested in like pencils, nuts and bolts, etc.) Remind them that Moses' mother put tar all over the basket to make it float in the water before you start the game.  Call one child at a time and ask him if he thinks his object will float on top of the water like Baby Moses' basket or sink. Then let him or her drop it into a bucket of water to see if he or she was correct. 

 

Baby Moses in a Jell-O Cup

I made some blue Jell-O and put it in individual clear plastic cups. (This represents the river.) Next, I let the children squirt a mound of canned whipping cream on top. They pushed it down in the center with the bowl of a spoon. (This made the basket.)  Next, they put a green grape in the indentation (This was the body of the baby.) A banana slice made up the face of the baby. Finally, we added thin pretzel sticks around 1/2 of the edge of the Jell-O (These were the bulrushes.)  The kids really loved it and talked about it for months. All the moms had to go out and get blue Jell-O and all the fixings so they could do it again at home.

 

Sock Baby Moses

Sock Crafts for Kids www.daniellesplace.comI work with 3-4 year old children and they love the Baby Moses story.  For a craft we take brown paper lunch bags and cut them off about two-inches from the bottom so they look like little baskets.  Next I take some of my young son's old socks (cleaned and bleached!), stuff the toe area with cotton balls, give it a twist and then pull the ribbed area over the twist.  Thus we have the baby's head with a blanket.  I glue on doll hair on the toe area (doll hair from any craft store) before class.  Each child decorates his/her "basket" and then we use markers to make the eyes, happy or sad face and then they run the markers up and down the sock ribbing to make a stripped blanket.  We put our babies in the baskets and send them down the river (slide them down a table). Sent in by Trish Juranitch

*Directions on how to make sock babies can be found on the Sock Doll Crafts for Kids Page. When making them for young children, you can make them without the arms and legs and just have the children wrap a cloth around the baby.

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God Gives Us Families, The Story of Moses, Miriam,
and Aaron

 

God Gives Us Families Printable Book

God Gives Us Families Printable Book for Sunday SchoolGod Gives Us Families!

God Gives Us Families Printable Book for childrenFamilies are for having fun!
Families are for helping us grow.
Families are for loving.
Families are for cuddling!
Families are for are for helping.
Families are for comforting.
Families are for enjoying.
Families are for laughing.
Families are for making good memories!
Families are for being together!
Families are for charishing.
Families are for hugging.
Families are for caring.
Families are for sharing!
Families are for learning.
Families are for forgiving.
Families are for praying.
God gives us families!
Thank god for families!

The Pages for This Book are available to members only and go with the Sunday School lesson "God Gives Us Families".

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God Gives Us Families Activity Sheet

God Gives Us Families PictureWhat you will need:

Printer Paper, Colored Paper, Colored Pencils, Markers, Glue, Scissors

This craft comes with a background pattern and pictures of families.

Children pick pictures that remind them of their families and glue them to the background sheet.

They can also draw pictures of their own families and add them to the sheet.

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Moses Hides from Pharaoh Sunday School Lesson

 

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Turtle Sock Puppet from www.daniellesplace.comThis lesson can be presented in two ways: The teacher can tell the story of Moses or use a turtle puppet to help tell the story, or just tell the story.

Memory Verse: Hebrews 13:5b

Bible Story References: Exodus 1-3, the story of Moses.

Teaching Concepts: God is always with us like he was with Moses when he was hiding from Pharaoh in the desert of Midian. God made us and knew us before we were even born. A turtle theme is used to remind children that God is always with us just like a turtle's shell is always with the turtle.

Crafts and Activities that Go Along with this Lesson

The following crafts and activities come from the Bible lesson "God is Always With Us!" from The Resource Room. This lesson is available on The Resource Room, a subscription site.

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Turtle Activity Sheet

Children color the picture and then glue items such as paper pieces, cereal, paint dotters, pieces of colorful material, fun foam shapes, or confetti to decorate the turtle.

Turtle Review Game

Children take turns answering the questions about the lesson. If they answer correctly, they can throw a die and move their turtles the number of spaces shown on the die. The first turtle to reach the cactus wins.

Where's Moses?

Moses had to flee from Pharaoh and hide out in the desert for many years A child hides the Moses figure in "Midian" and the other children look for it.

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Stuffed Turtle Craft

Children make a stuffed paper turtle with the words "God is Always With You" written on the top.

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Moses Clothespin Figure with Sand Box Bible Scene Display

Young children will love playing in this "sand box". As they play ask them where Moses might hide if Pharaoh sent some people after him to find him.

 

Moses and the Burning Bush Bible Lesson

 

"Moses is Called to Help the Israelites" Sunday School Lesson

Moses Sunday School Lesson - Moses and the Burning Bush Bible Lesson with Crafts, Review Games, Printable Memory Verse Cards and Move from www.daniellesplace.com

The following Crafts and Activities come from The Resource Room. A complete lesson is available to members. In this lesson a child acts out the lesson as the teacher reads the story.

 

Burning Bush Picture

Moses and the Burning Bush Bible Craft for Sunday School from www.daniellesplace.comWhat you will need:

Red, Orange, and Yellow Crayola Washable Watercolors

Paper, Crayons, Paint Brushes, and Paper, and Straws

 

How to Make the Burning Bush Craft:

1. Have children draw a picture of a bush using crayons coloring in the trunk and leaves. (A Printable Tree Pattern with the Bible verse at the bottom is available to members on The Resource Room.)

2. Provide yellow, orange, and red watercolor paints. Dilute the paints so they are very runny. Dip your brush in the paint and then hold it over the tree picture until the paint drops on the picture.

3. Show your children how to use a straw to blow the paint in different directions to make it look like flames.

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Make a Life-sized Burning Bush

Before class cut a trunk and branch shape from brown construction paper or bulletin board paper. In class have your children cut out leaf and flame shapes from green, red, yellow, and orange construction paper and tape them to the bush. You can make a 3-D bush by tying fake plastic branches together. Place them in a vase or pot to help it stand up. Have your children tape leaves and flames to the branches. Use this to act out the story during the lesson. (Don't use real branches because they may be to sharp and a child could poke himself when trying to tape on the leaves.)

 

Three Dimensional Burning Bush

Cut hand-drawn bushes with branches sticking up from manila folders so that you end up with two matching bushes.  Have children color both sides of each bush and glue on small leaves. Cut a slit half way up one of the bush trunks and on the other trunk cut a slit halfway down the trunk. Put the bushes together at the slits so you have a 3-D tree. Cut red and orange party streamers into small strips and glue them to the tree for fire. (Note: K and 1st graders glued way too much fire to the top of the branches and made the tree top-heavy. The second - fifth graders did it just right!) Sent in by Leda Hays

 

Pass the Items Review Game and What's Missing Game

Moses Review Bible Game for Sunday School from www.daniellesplace.comYou will need:

A leaf from a bush (Burning Bush)

Stuffed Sheep (Moses as a shepherd in Midian

Sandals (God tells Moses to take his sandals off)

Pipe cleaner staff (God told Moses to throw down his staff)

Snake (Moses' staff turns into a snake)

Paper pyramid (God told Moses to go back to Egypt)

Cup (God told Moses told Moses to take some water from the Nile River and pour it on the ground. It will turn to blood.

How to Play:

Have your children sit in a circle on the floor. Hand out all the items, and then have them pass the items around the circle as you play some music for a few minutes. When the music stops call out the name of one item. The child who is holding that items should then tell you and the class how it relates to the story. Keep playing until you have reviewed each item.

Missing Item Review Game

Display the items from the lesson in front of the room. Tell your children to turn around and close their eyes while you remove and hide one of the items. Then tell them to turn around and raise their hands if they think they know which item is missing. Call on a child to tell which item is missing and how it relates to the story.

 

Bible Verse Review Game

(Younger or Older) Use the burning bush display the children helped you make during the opening activities. Cut leaf shapes from green construction paper. Write the words from the Bible verse on some of the leaves. Tape them to the bush shape with the words hidden from view. Remind your children that Moses saw the bush that was on fire, but didn't burn up. Write the Bible verse on the board in big letters and tell your children what it says. Have your children take turns picking a leaf from the tree and turning it over to see if has a word written on the back. If it has a word, the child should tape it to the board under the matching word on the board. Have them read the Bible verse each time a new word is added. If you have older children who can read, don't write the Bible verse on the board. Each time a child finds a word, have him or her tape it to the board and try to put the words that have been found so far in order to make the Bible verse.

 

Create a Classroom Memory Book for Your Children

Sunday School bible craft scrapbook pages from www.daniellesplace.comScrapbook pages of your Sunday school lessons and activities are a great way to help your children review and remember what they have learned. It is also a great way to get shy children to open up. Children will love seeing pictures of themselves.

You can also display the pages in your room to let parents know what your children have been doing and learning in class. This will also encourage your children to share what they have been learning with their parents.

Older children would also enjoy making memory pages of their lessons. This will also help them to remember what they have learned.

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Moses and the Plagues of Egypt Bible Lesson,
Crafts, and Activity Ideas

 

"God Will Help Me" (Lesson for Younger Children)

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In these lessons "God is in Control" (younger children) and "God Will Help You" (older children), children learn about Moses and the plagues of Egypt. They learn that God helped the Israelites escape from Egypt and he will help them.  This lesson uses the frog theme.  Children can make a paper plate frog that hold's the memory verse in his mouth, a rock frog on a paper plate lily pad, or a Bible verse pyramid. They can play pass the frog beanbag game, musical chairs lily pad game, or find out what the Bible verse is by taking things out of Froggy's mouth. They will be amazed at the things Froggy has e eaten besides the words to the Bible verse. A bulletin board display also comes wit this lesson.

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"God Will Help You" - "The Plagues of Egypt" (Lesson for Older Children)

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In this lesson "God Will Help You" your children pretend they are Egyptians or Israelites.  They "experience" some of the same plagues the Egyptians and Israelites experienced and learn how God showed his power and helped the Israelites escape from Egypt. They color paper Egyptian beaded collars to be used by the Egyptians during the interactive lesson. The teacher uses paper gnats, grasshoppers, and flies during the lesson to reenact the plagues. They play Bible Verse Leap Frog to study the Bible verse.

 

Egyptian Beaded Collars

Paper Egyptian Beaded Collar from www.daniellesplace.comYou can use these during the lesson. (I had the children use highlighters, which made the colors very bright.) The collars are called wesekh. If a child does not want to make a collar, don't force him to make one. Tell him if he doesn't want to make one, he can be an Israelite during the lesson instead of an Egyptian. Explain that in Bible times both Egyptian men and women wore jewelry -- earrings, armlets, pendants, and necklaces, and beaded collars. (You can get books from the library to show them pictures of how the Egyptians dressed) When a child is finished coloring, tape a piece of yarn to each end of the collar and tie the collar around their neck. Tell the children that they are going to pretend to be Egyptians during the lesson.

The Pattern for this craft is available to members on The Resource Room.

 

Decorate Frog Beanbags

Children glue fun foam Frog Bean Bag Craft from www.daniellesplace.comshapes on to felt beanbags. Make the frog beanbags before class. They are very cheap and easy to make.

What you will need: Felt Squares, Craft Foam Shapes,Pompoms (optional), Googly eyes, Low Temp Mini Glue Gun, Tacky Glue or Elmer's Tacky Glue, Scissors, Rice or Dried Beans to Fill the Bean Bags

 

How to make Frog Beanbags:

1. Print out the Pattern for the body and legs and cut them out. Use them to cut the shapes from felt.

2. Glue the legs and arms to one of the body shapes as shown in the picture. Glue the other body piece on top of the piece with the legs and arms attached. Leave an opening at the back of the frog.

3. Fill the body with bean, rice, popcorn, or fiberfill. Glue the body closed.

4. You can glue googly eyes to pompoms and then glue the pompoms onto the frog or just glue googly eyes onto the frog without using the pompoms.

5. Decorate the frog with fun foam shapes, beads, pieces of cut up felt, buttons, or anything else you can find.

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Play Frog Hot Potato

Frog Beanbag Craft 2 from www.daniellesplace.comHave your children stand in a circle and pass a frog beanbag while you play some music. When you stop the music, the child holding the frog must say the Bible verse. (Directions and patterns for this craft are above.)

You can keep playing this way or have the child that said the verse stand in the middle of the circle. Keep playing until most of the children are in the middle of the circle.

You can also play this game at snack time. The child holding the beanbag when the music stops gets to sit down and have a snack. Keep playing until all the children are sitting.

 

Froggy Shares the Bible Verse

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1. Before class prepare the paper plate frog craft (above).

2. Staple the sides of his mouth closed about two inches from the fold. Bend the mouth so that it stays open a little bit. Make cards with pictures of things frogs might eat such as flies, grasshoppers, and butterflies, and things a frog wouldn't eat such as cars, baseball bat, etc. Also make cards with the words of the Bible verse on them. (Patterns for this craft are available to members on The Resource Room.)

3. Fold up the pictures and place them in the frog's mouth. In class tell the children that Froggy wants to share the Bible verse with them. The only problem is he ate them and they will have to get it out of his mouth.

4. In class let the children take turns pulling a piece of paper out of his mouth, opening it up, and seeing if it is part of the Bible verse. When a child picks one of the words to the verse tape it up on the board. See if the children can figure out the correct order of the words.

 

Play a Bible Verse Memory Game

Before class cut out four lily pad shapes from green construction paper. Write one of the words from the Bible verse on each lily pad. "God will help you." Tape each lily pad to one of the walls of your room. Print out some frogs from the Bulletin Board Display below and and write one word of the verse on each frog. Hide the frogs under the tables and chair in the classroom.

In class go over the verse several times with the children. Split your children up into four different groups and place each group by a lily pad. (Tell your children to go and find a frog, look at the word on the back of frog, and then go and stand by the matching lily pad with their frog.

When all the children have found the correct lily pad, tell them that when you point to them they should say the word on their lily pad and leap up into the air. Point to each lily pad in order of the verse so that the children say the words in order.

Then have your children go and find another frog and start the game again. Keep playing until all the frogs are found.

 

 

Musical Lily Pads

Moses Bible Verse Review Game from www.daniellesplace.comBefore class place lily pads cut from construction paper on the floor in a circle. Make more lily pad than you have children so that the children are not jumping on top of each other while they play. Write, "Say the verse" on one of the lily pads.

In class have your children jump from lily pad to lily pad as some music plays.

When you stop the music the children should stop. The child standing on the lily pad that says, "Say the verse" should say the verse. Keep playing until the children get tired.

 

 

Have a Frog-leaping Race with Plastic Frog Toys

Use Jumping Frogs Party Favors to have frog races. Children press down on the back of the frogs and they jump.

 

Bible Verse Leap Frog

Before class write one word of the Bible verse on four different lily pads cut from construction paper. Tape one lily pad to each wall in your room. Cut out frogs and write one word of the verse on each frog. Make enough frogs so that each child in your class will have a complete Bible verse when you are finished. In class show the children the lily pads and tell them what they say. Tell the children that on the word go, they should each pick up one frog off the floor (from the lesson) and go to the wall with the lily pad that has the same word as the frog they picked up off the floor. When all the children have found the right wall, tell them that when you point to them they are to leap up into the air and say the word on their frogs. Start with the first word of the verse and go around the room. Once they get the idea, have them do it a little faster. “God will help you.” You can also mix up the order so that the words say, “Will God help you?” Have the children answer “yes”. Keep playing this game until all the frogs are off the floor.

When they are finished tell the children to find four frogs with each to the four words so that they have a complete Bible verse to take home and study.

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Make a Bible Verse Picture

Have the children glue their frogs and some of the flies, grasshoppers, and gnats, and cotton balls from the lesson onto a piece of paper and then write the Bible verse on the bottom of the paper. The children can take the paper home to study their verse. As an incentive you can tell them they will get a frog sticker next week if they can tell you the verse.

 

Make Bible Verse Pyramid Craft

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Bible Verse Pyramid Bible Verse Pyramid

The directions and patterns can be found on the Resource Room.

 

Make a Frog from a Smooth Rock Craft

Frog on Lily Pand Rock Craft from www.daniellesplace.comWhat you will need:

Smooth River Rocks

Heavy Duty Paper Plates

Ceramcoat Acrylic Paint - Lime Sorbet

Creative Ceramcoat Acrylic - Green

Tacky Glue - Low Temp Mini Glue Gun

Wiggle Eyes

Sharpie Permanent Markers

Green Foam Sheets

 

How to Make this Frog on a Lily Pad:

1. Paint a smooth rock and the back of the paper plate green and let it dry. When the paint is dry use markers or paint to add details.

3. Glue on eyes.

4. Cut out feet shapes from craft foam or green cards stock as shown in the picture above (or use the Pattern that is available to members). Glue the rock on top of the feet and then glue the frog on the paper plate.  Use a black marker to draw in the mouth.

5. To make the lily flower cut four flower shapes from paper each one smaller than the next. To make the inside of the flower color a small rectangle shape yellow on both sides. Cut slits down the length of the rectangle about half way to the other side. Roll up the rectangle and glue it closed on the uncut side.

6. Glue the flower pieces together by overlapping the center of each piece in the center. Then glue the flower together one on top of the other. Cut the end of the rolled up rectangle and glue it to the center of the flower. (Patterns for the Lily are available to members.)

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Plague Cupcakes

Bring in cupcakes and things to decorate like red gel for blood, green gumdrops for frogs, chocolate sprinkles for gnats and so on. Let kids choose a plague and then decorate their cupcake with that theme. Make at least one cupcake for each of the nine plagues. Share cupcakes with the older kids. Sent in by Maria O'Meara.

 

Comments from Teachers:

When we did the plagues, I went to a party store and found two big rubber flies that I attached to fishing lines and dowel rods. My older youth flew them over our heads   I also found plastic frogs that I put in plastic food storage containers, in a pot, a water jug, and under a pillow.  I also found wind up grasshoppers that "hopped" around.  I used a plastic goat and cow for the sick animals.  I put red circle dots for the boils, I used brown rice that was dropped above their heads for the gnats,  I made black masks for the darkness, used small marshmallows for the hail, red food coloring in water for the water into blood, and a stuffed lamb to explain Passover.  I had a mother who made hail cookies, cow cookies, fly cookies, and frog cookies.  Isn't God wonderful to provide those talented and willing mothers?  I made a game board from foam sheets (you could use construction paper) and set it up in bowling pin pattern and numbered them 1-10.  The children used a stuffed frog and told the plague associated with the number.

Just a few suggestions to help others make the Word of God come alive.  I love your web site and use it often.  Thanks to you and all your subscribers for sharing with me! God bless, Carol

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Moses Crosses the Red Sea Bible
Lesson and Craft Ideas

 

 

Moses Stretching Out His Hand Craft for Younger Children

Sunday School Bible Craft Moses raises his Arm Craft from www.daniellesplace.comChildren can lower and raise Moses' hand. This craft is available to members of The Resource Room only.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Help Get Ready for Class - (Older Children)

Early arrivals can help make the cloud and pillar of fire and set up the room for the lesson: Blow up balloons, set up the red sea, make Moses' staff, pick out Bible costumes, etc.

 

Memory Book Pages

Sunday School Bible Craft Moses Crosses the Red Sea from www.daniellesplace.comOlder children would also enjoy making memory pages of their lessons. This will also help them to remember what they have learned.

 

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God Leads Us Book

Children color a mini book about God lSunday School Bible Craft God Leads Us Book Picture from www.daniellesplace.comeading the Israelites. This book is available to members of The Resource Room only.

God showed them the way
With a cloud by day,
And at night
He used a bright firelight.

He leads us today in another way.
Open your Bible and you will see
How you can also be free.

 

 

Part the Red Sea Balloon Game

Sunday School Bible Craft Games and Activities from www.daniellesplace.comBefore class blow up a lot of blue balloons and place them in the middle of the floor. Divide your children up into two teams. Each team should stand at opposite ends of the room. Remind your children that God separated the water so that there was a wall of water on both sides and dry land on which the Israelites could walk. Tell them that they are going to "separate" the water and see who can make the biggest wall of "water". Demonstrate how to pick up a balloon, rub it on yourself or the carpet and then get it to stick to the wall.

On the word go each child should grab a balloon from the pile on the floor, rub the balloon on his or her clothes or hair and try to stick it to the wall on his team's side of the room. If a child gets it to stick on the wall, he can then go and get another balloon. After a certain amount of time call out, "Stop!" Count the number of balloons stuck to each wall. The team with the most wins. This idea comes from The Resource Room.

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Bible Verse Review Game

Write the words of the Bible verse on the balloons, one word per balloon. Make two sets. Divide your children up into two teams. Write the Bible verse on the board so all the children can see it. Go over it several times. Use only part of the verse for younger children. On the word "go" each team should try to put their set of balloons in order to spell out the Bible verse. The team that does it first wins.

If you have very young children, don't divide them up into teams. Just place all the balloons in the center of the room. Show your children the first word of the verse and then ask them to see if the can find the word on one of the balloons. When a child has found the right balloon tape the balloon to the wall. Keep playing until all the words have been found. This idea comes from The Resource Room.

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Re-enactment

Use a large blue sheet to represent the Red Sea. Lay the sheet on the floor, an adult holding each side. Divide the class into two groups. Have the Egyptians pursue the Israelites to the edge of the sheet. Say, “Do not be afraid, the Lord will protect.” Raise the sheet and let the Israelites run under the sheet to the other side. When the Egyptians pursue, bring the sheet down on top of them. Take turns. Sent in by Maria O'Meara.

 

Jell-O Re-enactment

Make a loaf pan of red Jell-O. Print out little people. (You can glue them on craft sticks if you want.) Part the "Red Sea" by stacking Jell-O to the sides of the pan. Have the stick people walk through the parted Jell-O. Sent in by Kay

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Moses - The Israelites Complain about
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"Manna Again "Bible Lesson

In the lesson "Manna Again" our children learn that God wants us to be happy with what we have. This lesson is a part of the ABC series of lessons. It comes with a Bible phrase card, color sheet, and a game.

This lesson is available on The Resource Room a subscription site. The following crafts and activity ideas come from The Resource Room:

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Manna Again Color and Activity Sheet

Children color the picture and glue cornflakes in the basket to "help the children gather manna". A pattern for this craft is available on The Resource Room.

Quail Paper Bag Puppet Craft

 

Moses and the Israelites

We learned about how God provided food for Moses and the Israelites. We then asked if they said table prayers. Some children did and they shared their prayers with the class. We talked about the importance of saying prayers for the food that God has provided for us. We then made place mats not only to remind us to pray, but to learn a new table prayer. I cut out poster board for each child ahead of time. They then glued on a table prayer that I had printed up earlier. The one we used was (but you can use anyone you like):

"Thank you God for the food we eat,
Thank you God for the world so sweet.
Thank you God for the birds that sing,
Thank you God for everything!"

The children then cut out food from magazine pages and glued them around their prayer. Then once they were finished we cut out clear contact shelf paper to place on top to protect them. Sent in by Sheila Rodriquez

 

Make a Paper Bag Quail Puppet

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Look at Pictures of Quail and Talk About Them.

Get books from the library about quail and show them to the class. Explain to them that quail are a lot like chickens except that they are much smaller.

 

Practice Printing and Writing

This lesson was designed to go along with ABC Worksheets using the Bible verse. Children practice writing the letter Q in print or cursive or write the complete verse in cursive.

 

Make Balloon Quail

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Make a Thankful Quail

Sunday School Bible Craft Paper plate Quail Craft from www.daniellesplace.comUse this little quail to hold the Bible verse or have the children write things they are thankful for on pieces of paper and place them into the quail's belly. Tell them that they should take the pieces of paper out of the quail's belly and read them often to remind them about everything God has done for them.

What you will need: Two paper plates per bird, black and brown construction paper, hot melt glue gun or stapler, brown, tan, blue, and white paint, and googly eyes.

How to make a thankful quail:

1. Before class prepare the birds. Cut one paper plate in half and glue one of the halves to another paper plate to make a pocket. Use the other half to make the bird's face. Just make it into a cone shape by bringing the cut edges together. Staple or glue them together. Glue the face onto the paper plate pocket as shown in the picture. Cut out leg and crest shapes from black construction paper. Use the Wing Pattern (Available to members) to cut wings from brown construction paper.

2. In class have the children paint the quail. When they are dry, glue on the crest, wings, and feet.

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Play "Catch the Quail" Game

Before class prepare some balloons to look like quail. (Make sure you have at least one per child.) Draw faces on the balloon with a black permanent marker and tape on wings cut from construction paper.

Sunday School Bible Craft balloon Quail from www.daniellesplace.comRemind the children about the part of the story where God sent a wind that blew thousands of quail from the sea into where the Israelites were camped. Tell them that they are going to pretend that they are the Israelites (but not the ones that were whining) and that God is going to send a wind to blow in some quail. Tell them to get ready to catch them. Throw the balloons up into the air one at a time. If a child catches one, have him go sit back in his seat with the balloon. Keep throwing up balloons until all the children have had a chance to catch one.

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Play "Keep the Birds in the Air"

Instead of taping wings to the balloon, just draw the wings on to the sides. Have the children form two lines facing each other. Give every two students a balloon and have them hit it back and forth. See which team can keep the balloon up the longest. Or you can have the whole class play at once with everyone trying to keep the balloon up. If you have a large class you can play with more than one balloon at a time depending on how big you class is.

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Catch Flying Birds

If you have butterfly nets, you can have the children try to catch the balloon with the nets.

 

Play a Relay Game with the Balloon Birds

Before class make some bird catchers. Staple plastic or Styrofoam bowls on to the end of a paint stick or rolled up pieces of newspapers. Have the children line up into teams. Give each team a bird catcher and a bird. Have them place the bird in the bowl. On the word go the children should carry the bird in the catcher to the other end of the room around a chair and back to the start line, and then give the catcher with the bird in it to the next team member. The next team member does the same thing until all the team members have had a turn. The team that finishes first wins. If the bird falls while a child is walking, he should stop and pick it up. He cannot travel until the bird is in the catcher.

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Play a Bible Verse Review Game

Before class print out the Quail Patterns and make a copy. Write one word of the Bible verse on each quail plus the Bible reference, color them and cut them out. In class hide the quail around the room. Have the children look for them and bring them to you as they find them. See if they can figure out the correct order of the words. (These patterns can also be used as a craft. The children can use the quail at home to review their Bible verse. Or you can put them in the "thankful quail" so that it looks like she is holding them.

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Picking Up Manna

You will need a large bowl, a large spoon, cotton balls, and a blindfold. Tell your children that they are going to pretend to be Israelites, but they are blind. Place the large bowl out in front of one of the students, and place the cotton balls "manna" around the bowl. Hand the spoon to the child and put a blindfold over his eyes. On the word "go" he should try to pick up as many cotton balls with the spoon as he can and place them in the bowl. He may not feel for the cotton balls with his hands. Give each child a turn and see who can pick up the most cotton balls in a certain amount of time.

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Play a Board Game to Review the Lesson and Study the Bible Verse

Moses Printable Board Game for Sunday School www.daniellesplace.com Before class prepare the Board Game using 20" x 30" foam core board. Each color represents a different day of the week.

Before you start point out the pictures in the center of the board. See if your children can figure out what each picture represents. Tell them that each pictures represents something that God did for the Israelites. Remind your children that instead of complaining about the manna, the Israelites should have been thanking God for everything he had done, and was doing for them.

Also point out the seven different colors of spaces and tell them that each color represents a different day of the week. Explain that the Israelites had to go out each morning and pick up manna to make the food they would eat that day. Show them the last set of spaces and tell them that each space in this set has the word "rest" on it because that was the Sabbath and the Israelites could not pick up manna that day. They had to pick up twice as much the day before.

Show them the manna you cut out and point out that each piece has a word from the memory verse. Go over the memory verse pointing out each word. Place all the manna words in the middle of the board.

Children will start at the first day of the week and take turns throwing a die and moving the correct amount of spaces. If they land on a word, they should find the word on one of the manna pieces in the middle of the board. If they land on a space that says, "Eat 1 or 2", they must put one or two pieces of manna back in the middle of the board. If they don't have any pieces, they don't have to do anything.

You can play two ways: One, the child who spells out the whole Bible verse first with their manna wins. Two, the child who collects the most manna after going around the board once or twice wins.

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Play a Match Game to Review the Story

Sunday School Bible Craft Moses Match Game from www.daniellesplace.comPrint out the Match Game Cards (make two copies) onto card stock and cut them apart. Show your children the cards and ask if they can guess which part of the story each picture represents and then play a match game with the cards.

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Moses and the Ten Commandments Bible Lesson

 

 

The following crafts and activity ideas come from The Resource Room from the lesson The Ten Commandment Bible Lesson.

 

Make a Ten Commandments Bulletin Board Display

Before class print out the Ten Commandment Titles and staple them to your bulletin board.

As your children enter hand them a sheet of paper and ask them to draw a picture illustrating one of the Ten Commandments. When a child has finished staple his or her picture to the bulletin board.

Patterns for the Ten Commandments are available on The Resource Room.

 

 

Pretend to be Moses

Sunday School Bible Craft Ten Commandment Tablets from www.daniellesplace.comBefore class cut a mountaSunday School Bible Craft Moses and The Ten Commandments Scrapbook Page from www.daniellesplace.comin shape from bulletin board paper and tape it to your wall. You can also add clouds and lightening. Cut Ten Commandment tablet shapes from foam core board, 17 1/2" x 12". Print out the Ten Commandments and glue them to the tablet shapes. (I used paper that matched the color of my foam core board. Printable Ten Commandments are available on The Resource Room.) In class have your children dress up in Bible clothes to look like Moses. (Note: Do not let your children share headdresses because they could spread lice. Have one for each child; and wash them after each class.) Talk about how Moses brought the Ten Commandments down from the mountain. Have each child take a turn posing for a picture. Have the picture ready next week and use them to make a scrapbook page to remind your children of the lesson.

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Color a Picture of Moses

Sunday School Bible Craft Moses and the Ten Commandments from www.daniellesplace.comChildren color the picture of Moses, cut out the Ten Commandment tablets, and glue them to Moses' hands.

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Work on a Puzzle

Sunday School Bible Craft Ten Commandment Puzzle from www.daniellesplace.comBefore class print out the Puzzle Pattern on different colors of card stock. Cut the out and then cut them into about ten different puzzles pieces. You can cut four puzzles at a time. In class see how fast your children can put the puzzles together to figure out the Commandment. Tape them together as they find a matching piece. ) Printing Problems?

 

 

Break the Code Ten Commandment Puzzle

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Before class print out the Commandment Puzzle and make copies. Have your children match the symbols to the letters to figure out which Commandment is written on the tablet. How to Print or Copy these Instructions.

 

 

 

Make a Ten Commandments Booklet

Sunday School Bible Craft Ten Commandment Booklet from www.daniellesplace.comThis booklet comes into different styles - Roman numeral and regular numbers. You can use the Roman numerals with older children who already know their numbers. (I used the Roman numerals with my first graders and they really enjoyed figuring out which numbers represented our numbers.) Cut the Commandments apart and mix them up. Give a set to each child. Have the children put them in order and then glue them in their books.

If your children don't know the Roman numerals, make a chart on the board so that they can match them up with the regular numbers. (A pattern for this activity is available to members only on The Resource Room.)

 

 

Ten Commandment Review

Read the following sentences and tell the children to raise their hands with their ten fingers up and spread apart if it is one of the Ten Commandments. If it is not one of the Ten Commandments, tell them to raise their hands while making a fist.

1. Do not steal. (yes)
2. Do not cheat. (no)
3. Do not hit. (No)
4. Do not make idols. (Yes)
5. Wash your hands before you eat. (No)
6. Do not say God's name in a bad way. (Yes)
7. Honor your parents. (Yes)
8. Trust in God always. (No)
9. Say your prayers. (No)
10. Be kind to the poor. (No)
11. Do not murder. (Yes)
12. Do not waste food. (No)
13. Keep the Sabbath Day holy. (Yes)

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Find the Missing Ten Commandment Game

Here's a game to go along with a lesson on the Ten Commandments. Prepare sets of Ten Commandment cards using Roman numeral cards for older children and the regular numbers for younger children. Remove one card from the deck and give one deck to each child or group of children. See which group of children can figure out which of the Ten Commandments is missing from their deck and what the commandment is first.

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Create a Classroom Memory Book for Your Children

Sunday School Bible Craft scrapbook page Ten Commandments from www.daniellesplace.comScrapbook pages of your Sunday school lessons and activities are a great way to help your children review and remember what they have learned. It is also a great way to get shy children to open up. Children will love seeing pictures of themselves.

You can also display the pages in your room to let parents know what your children have been doing and learning in class. This will also encourage your children to share what they have been learning with their parents.

Older children will also enjoy making memory pages of their lessons. This will also help them to remember what they have learned.

 

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Moses Sends Spies to Canaan

 

Grasshoppers and Giants! Bible Lesson

Sunday School Bible Craft Grasshopper Craft from www.daniellesplace.comMoses sends Joshua and Kaleb and the other spies to check out Canaan - Sometimes we feel like grasshoppers in a world of giants like the spies sent to check out Canaan in this story. When we feel this way we should remember everything that God has done for us. He will give us the strength to deal with our fears and problems. This lesson is available for Preschool and Older Children. This is part of the ABC, I Believe Series of Lessons that includes writing, cursive and print, and other activities. Crafts include a 3D paper grasshopper or a grasshopper made from an egg carton, or a color and activity sheet. Activities include making grasshopper cookies or a batch of grasshopper guts. Children will also enjoy playing Grasshopper Bopper with balls. Just draw a grasshopper face on the balls and have the children bounce the ball and say a word from the Bible verse each time it bounces. This lesson is available on The Resource Room a subscription site.

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