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God Made Me Lesson 4

My Wonderful Feet

 

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Children learn to appreciate and thank God for creating their beautiful feet; and learn how they can glorify God with their feet. (A complete lesson is available to members only on The Resource Room.)

 

 

Work on a Color Sheet

Beautiful Feet Coloring Sheet

The patterns for these lessons come in both the King James Version and NIV. The Bible verse on this sheet is from Romans 10:15, ". . . How beautiful are the feet of them that preach the gospel of peace, and bring glad tidings of good things!" The little boy in the pictures is holding a paper that says, "Jesus Loves You!"

Member's pattern

 

 

Make Biscuit Feet

Biscuit Feet Recipe and Craft

What you will need:

Biscuit Dough

Knife

Cookie Sheet

 

What to do:

1. Before class print out the Recipe Page and make copies.

Member's pattern

2. In class have your children read the directions and make their own feet biscuits.

 

Fun with Digits

I know my digits Activity Sheet

Before doing this project explain to your children that the word “digits” refers to the ten numbers 0 through 9. A digit can also be a human finger or toe. Tell them that they are going to cut out and glue the “digits” to the foot pattern placing the “digits” in order from one to five.

 

What to do:

1. Print out the activity sheet and make copies.

Member's pattern

1. If you are using only the numbers 1 – 5, use only the left foot pattern and the toe pattern. If you have very young children who can’t use scissors, cut out the toe patterns and number them 1 through 5 starting with the smallest toe as shown in the picture.

2. Help young children glue the toes on the foot pattern in the correct order. If your children are old enough, they can glue the toes on the foot pattern themselves and then write in the numbers. And then cut out the title that says, “I know my digits!” and glue it to the bottom of the page. (Use can use the right foot pattern and the rest of the toes to review the abc’s, colors or to play a game..)

3. If you have more advanced children use the numbers 0 – 9, print out the right foot and the left foot pattern and the toe pattern. Have your children cut out both feet patterns and glue them to a large piece of construction paper and then cut out the toes and glue them to the feet and number them 0 – 9. And then cut out the title that says, “I know my digits!” and glue it to the bottom of the page.

 

Sing a Song

If You're Happy and You Know It

If you're happy and know it
Tap your toe,
If you're happy and you know it
Tap your toe,
If you're happy and you know it
and you really want to show it,
If you're happy and you know it
Tap your toe.

Continue singing using the following verses: Jump for joy, march in place, march in place, do all four.

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Sing a Song to the Tune of This Old Man.

"Two Feet"

Here's one foot, here are two,
There's many things that they can do,
So skip and dance and praise the Lord,
That's what these two feet are for.

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Sing a Song

Sing "Little Feet, Be Careful" then give each your children two paper plates and have them stand on them. As you sing the song have your children slide around in a circle with the paper plates under their feet.

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Make a Foot Tracing Picture

Help your children trace their feet onto a piece of paper. Write the memory verse at the bottom of the paper. Have the children color their feet and then help them write what they like to do with their feet.

 

 

Color a Picture with Your Feet

Give each child a coloring page and some crayons. Tape the papers to the floor so that they don't move around. Show them how to place a crayon between their toes and color by moving their feet around. Comment while the children are coloring, "Aren't you glad we don't have to use our feet to color with all the time?" I'm glad God gave us hands to color with. Our feet may not be able to color very well, but they can do so many other things really well. Can you think of some things that God created our feet to do?

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Home School Materials are also Included in this Lesson, Including Math Activity Sheet.

 

 

Fun with Digits

sunday school I Know My Digits bible craft from www.daniellesplace.com

The word "digits" refers to the ten numbers 0 through 9. A digit can also be a human finger or toe. Children cut out and glue the "digits" to the foot pattern placing the "digits" in order from one to five.

Follow the link above for even more educational activities including: Art, fun with numbers, fun with letters and words, physical fitness, cooking, and just for fun ideas.

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