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Who Is My Neighbor?

Posted by on 15 January 2014

I’m so happy to be sharing a new project with you.  I had so much fun making these!!  This is 2 activities to do with the Good Samaritan.  It of course, can be use with others but was made for that parable.

The first activity is the one that I did with my class and the kids simply loved it.  It’s a story wheel to retell the parable of the Good Samaritan.  There are 5 images to do this.  Also, I made 2 versions of the wheel.  One for littles so that they can just color, cut, and assemble.  Then there’s a version for older kids that they have to color, cut, and put them in order before they assemble it.

Lastly, there’s a sequence book.  It features helping hands covers and each event from the parable is sequenced inside the book.  There’s 6 images to do this.  I really like my activity, but I just wasn’t sure my kids were ready for it, but that’s alright because I had fun making it and I’m hoping that others can use it!!

Here’s a thumbnail view of a couple parts of these freebies….

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The images are from internet sources and believed to be public domain and they’re used without profit for personal and educational purposes.  The helping hands are from MSSS Crafts and Resources for Bible Stories and they can be found here.

I’m really happy with this project.  If you are too and you’d like to use it with your kids, please just click the buttons below.  To get the story wheel, just click to….

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To get the sequence book, just click to….

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I’d love to hear what you think about this story wheel and the sequence book and if you use it with your kiddos.  Please leave a comment below or use the “contact me” button in the right column.  I truly create by the input that I receive, so let me hear from you!!

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8 Responses to Who Is My Neighbor?

  1. A Youngblood

    It’s asking for a password when I try and download! Love these!

    • Elaine

      I just tried to download them, and I’m not getting a request for a password. It just goes directly to the download, which opens in a new window. It might be some sort of glitch.

      Good luck and thanks for your interest in these printables and I’m so glad that you like them!!

  2. A youngblood

    Worked fine on my computer! Just not the iPad! Thanks! The kids loved it.

  3. hopeforbolivianchildren

    I’m also getting the same password request. I can download the file, but it shows up as a PDF document and says it’s password protected. Any thoughts? I’d love to use this with my kids!

    • Elaine

      There is no password required for it. You must have the latest version (X or higher) of Adobe Reader in order to open and view it. Also, if you’re on a Mac, you can’t view it in “preview”. You actually have to open it in Adobe Reader.

      I hope that helps!!

  4. Catriona

    Thank you, much appreciated

    • Elaine

      You’re very welcome!! I hope that the kids enjoy making this project.

  5. Nicole

    I love this. Great job. I am looking forward to using this with my sunday school kids.

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