God Made Me Bible Lesson 6
My Guarded Mouth
Children learn that our mouths are created for good things not bad. God can help us control our tongues and to say only what is good and true. (A complete lesson is available to members only on The Resource Room.)
Make Talking Mr. Mouth Puppets
Your children will enjoy making these cute puppets. The mouths open and close when you move the paper towel tube up and down. (A lesson is available to members on The Resource Room.)
"Guard My Mouth" Bible Verse Picture
The tongue is pulled down to reveal good things we should say. If you don't have much time in class, you can just have your children color the face and then write "good" words in the mouth.
If you have preschool children, just let them come up with something good they can say, and then write it in the mouth for them. You can also cut out the mouth area and glue the whole picture onto another piece of paper forming an envelope. Glue just around the sides of the paper.
Help your children come up with "good" things they can say, write them on a sheet of paper and then stick them in the mouth. (A lesson is available to members on The Resource Room.)
Home School Materials are also Included in this Lesson, Including Fun Recipes:
Make Smiling Biscuits
These buttermilk biscuits are great for breakfast. Open the mouth and add a little red jelly for the tongue. Print out the recipe and follow the directions.
(A Recipe is available to members of The Resource Room)
Make Apple Marshmallow Mouths
This recipe makes a great snack for any time of the day. Print out the Recipe and follow the directions. (Available to Members)
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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I have used several of your craft ideas for children's church and my preschool class. I have just finished preparing for my next children's church. I am so excited. I can barely wait to work with the children on this project.("Help One Another" Gal.5:13) I also plan to use this with my preschool class. I teach three year olds at a Christian School. I decided to use stick glue for the wiggly eyes and also punch holes for the antenna. My membership to The Resource Room has been money well spent. Thank you all for GREAT ideas.