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The Life of Jesus Christ Series #1 the Birth of Christ

The Life of Jesus Christ Series #1 the Birth of Christ

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Sunday school curriculom for Toddler-Kindergarten ages. Provides bible fingerplay, memory verse, song, lesson on the Birth of Christ, snack suggestion, guidelines for the teacher.
Sunday school curriculom for Toddler-Kindergarten ages. Provides bible fingerplay, memory verse, song, lesson on the Birth of Christ, snack suggestion, guidelines for the teacher.

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The Life of Jesus ChristSeries for Toddler andPreschool agesSunday school Curriculum
© Written by Rev. Jeanne McIntosh 2012
 
©Jeanne McIntosh 2012. All rights reserved.
Life of Jesus Christ SeriesToddler & Preschool CurriculumLesson 1
Jesus Is Born
To the Teacher
: Begin your planning and preparation with prayer. A letter has been provided for you to send home with the children to share withtheir parents what is happening in Sunday school, and for review at home. Arrive early to set things up, relax, breathe, take a moment in prayer, andbe present when parents arrive with their children.
Teacher Preparation
: Read Luke 2, and meditate on this Scripturepassage. Think about how this lesson is relevant in your own life and howyou can share this lesson enthusiastically with your class.
Memory Verse
: “Glory to God in the Highest.” Luke 2:14b
 
Materials needed:
Manger craft (provided) snack, glue
Schedule & Lesson
 
Free time
(10 minutes) Greet parents with a smile and welcome their child by greeting. Help parents sense they are leaving their child in a safe
 
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and caring environment. Put away any items the parent(s) has sent with thechild in a safe place. At the end of each week, make sure all toys aresanitized and ready to play with next Sunday. You may want to set outsome new toys from time to time to create interest.
Prayer & Snack
(10 minutes) Kids should wash their hands and sit downat the table. They should drink from a small cup, and use a napkin. Praya simple short pray before eating. Establish this so they learn good spiritualhabits and manners. Snack suggestions: crackers, water, graham crackers,
 
fish crackers, fresh fruit, (grapes, strawberries, sliced nectarines), raisins,cheese, vanilla wafers.
Music
(5 minutes)
Happy Birthday, Jesus
 
Happy Birthday, Jesus
(Tune: Happy Birthday to You)Happy birthday to You (Clap on birthday 2x, point up on Jesus)Happy birthday to YouHappy birthday dear Jesus,Happy birthday to You!Mary had a baby boy (Rock arms locked together)Mary had a baby boyMary had a baby boy And His name was Jesus!
(Cup hands around mouth and shout “Jesus)
 
Lesson Time
(5-10 minutes) Use good expression for the kids and make itexciting. If a picture is provided with the lesson, color it in advance to showas you tell the story.

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