Old Testament Overview for Preschool to Kindergarten
Are you looking for a way to teach the Bible to your preschool and kindergarten students? It can be overwhelming to know where to start, especially when it comes to teaching the Old Testament. But don’t worry, with Grapevine, we provide you with easy-to-prepare and engaging lessons that will help your students build a strong foundation in the Bible.
Our lessons are designed to be interactive and fun, so your students will enjoy learning about the people and events of the Old Testament. By the end of the study, your students will be able to retell the stories just by looking at their pictures.
We understand that sometimes, preschool and kindergarten students are considered too young to understand the Bible, but that’s not true. With our study, you can start your students’ faith journey early by showing them how God worked in the lives of those in the Bible and how He is working in their lives today.
Here’s how it works
Before class, review the teacher notes and pray with your students. Then, read the scripture to them and draw stick figures on the board. Discuss the passage, and have your students draw or trace stick figures in their books. Ask lesson review questions, learn the lesson memory verse, and focus on the skill.
Our study introduces students to the major characters in the Old Testament and teaches them the stories in chronological order. With 47 weekly lessons or 94 daily lessons, you have all the tools you need to teach the Bible to your students.
What you need to teach
You will need a teacher book and student book for each student. The student and traceable books contain lesson pages with room to draw, lesson review questions, and memory verses (126 pages). The traceable student book contains stick figure images to trace. Student books are 3-hole punched and ready to be added to your notebook.
The teacher book contains lesson notes, stick figure drawings, memory verses, review questions, and answers (156 pages). In addition, you will need a Bible (of your choice), marker board and markers, and colored pencils for each student. In addition, you will need a Bible (of your choice), marker board and markers, and colored pencils for each student.
So what are you waiting for? Take your students on an unforgettable stick figure journey through the Old Testament today!
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