Welcome to lesson one – God made everything. Thank you for having the desire to help your child explore the Bible and enjoy God. Each week this coming year I will be producing one lesson to do with my three-year-old son, and it is my pleasure to share this with you.

Bible lesson

This weeks lesson covers the account of creation taken from Genesis 1. I would encourage you to sit down with your child and the Bible and either read the story to them or paraphrase it in a way that they will understand.

Personally, I believe that this is the best way as it introduces your child to reading the Bible and gives them an example to follow. It also reaffirms that these are not just stories as they may find in storybooks.

That said, there are great resources available to help children understand the Bible and where possible I will include a link to help.
This week I used this video from Saddleback kids. It’s 3:48 minutes long


Please pick and choose the activities that follow to suit your needs. Split them throughout the week to reinforce the lesson or mix activities for a selected time slot.

Please think of these resources as a toolkit.

Each activity hopefully supports the Biblical lesson and education development.
During this weeks craft activity, you will need to allow some time for paint to dry. Either paint plates at the start of the session, use other activities to fill in drying time or split over different days.

Paper Plate Creation Craft

template and picture available in download

You will need:

6 Paper plates
• Poster paints & brushes
• Scissors
• PVA glue
• Cotton wool
• Glitter or glitter glue
• Craft print-out
• Creation numbers 
• Green paper
• Wooden lollipop stick

Worship Time

Prayer Time

Go or look outside and play a version of i-spy as your prayer time.

“Father, Thank you for making something green.” …. A Tree

“Father, Thank you for making something beginning with G” … Grass

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