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Moses Hides from Pharaoh Sunday School Lesson

Crafts, Games, and Learning Activities Bible Lesson on Moses

 

Moses Hides from Pharoah Sunday School Lesson from www.daniellesplace.com

 

This lesson can be presented using a turtle puppet or the teacher can 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.

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.

 

 

Turtle Coloring and Activity Sheet

"God is Always with Us" Coloring and Activity Sheet for Moses Bible Lesson from ww.daniellesplace.com

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

Children can also use Dotters to decorate their turtles.

Note: Do not use buttons or small objects with preschool children.

A Printable Pattern for this activity sheet is available to members on The Resource Room.

 

 

Turtle Review Game

Turtle Bible lesson review game from www.daniellesplace.com

The object of this game is to be the first player to have your turtle reach the cactus by answering questions correctly.

Children make their own turtle game pieces by coloring the turtle patterns and folding the legs down so that the turtles stand.

They take turns answering the questions about the lesson.

If a child answers correctly, he or she can throw a die and move their turtles the number of spaces shown on the die. The first player to have his or her turtle reach the cactus wins.

Printable Patterns for this game are available to members on The Resource Room.

 

 

Where's Moses? Bible Lesson Review Game

Where's Moses - Bible lesson review activity from www.daniellesplace.com

In this activity preschool children are reminded how Moses had to run away and hide from Pharaoh in the desert of Midian, but even though Moses was away from his family, he wasn't alone. God was with him and had a plan for his life.

Children take turns hiding a Moses figure in "Midian" and the other children look for it.

A printable Moses figure is available to members in both black and white and color versions.

See "God is With Us?" Bible Lesson.

 

 

Moses in Midian Coloring Sheet

Moses in Midian desert coloring sheet

Children color the picture of Moses in Midian. As they work the teacher reminds them that Moses ran away from Pharaoh and hid out in the desert of Midian for many years. Even though Moses was away from his family, he wasn't alone. God was with him and had a plan for his life.

Ask your children what they think the desert might have looked like and what colors they might see in the desert and tell them to color the picture using those colors.

Also talk about how Moses might have felt having to leaving his family.

This Picture is available to members of The Resource Room.

 

 

Stuffed Turtle Craft

Turtle Paper Craft for Moses in the Desert from www.daniellesplace.com

Stuffed Turtle Craft

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

Older children will enjoy making this 3D turtle sculpture. It can be stuffed with crinkled up plastic bags or recycled paper to make it stronger.

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

 

 

Moses Clothespin Figure with Sand Box Bible Scene Display

Moses clothespin figure with sand box bible scene display

 

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.

 

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