The lesson for tomorrow is “God made me” and “I am special”. I generally talk about Joseph and how he wasn’t only special to his dad, but how he special he was to be chosen by God and everything that he did for the people. This year, I wanted to sway away from that. I wanted to shift my focus to how God created us and how special we really are. Now I normally do this, but I mean in the sense of our bodies and stuff.
The main project that I’m doing with the kiddos is this worksheet that I made. It’s a cut and paste page!! First we’ll do our discussion of course, then they’ll color it. After that, we’ll go through each body part and glue them in the appropriate space on the page. After that, we’ll go through the sheet and glue how each part helps us share God’s creation.
Here’s a thumbnail of the worksheet….
The coloring image is from an internet source and is believed to be public domain and it’s used without profit for personal and educational purposes.
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