Bible Lessons for Preschoolers

Investing God's Word Into Our Children

Firm Foundations 6:3 October 11, 2010

Theme: The Bible warns us about dangers
“The ordinances of the LORD are sure and altogether righteous…By them is your servant warned; in keeping them there is great reward”. (Psalm 19:9b, 11)

Scripture Memory: Review Psalm 119:9. Tomorrow we’ll start on verse 10.

Catechism Q&A: Q. Where do you learn how to love and obey God? A. In the Bible alone.

A”maze”ing Escape: Read Prov. 1:10, 18-19; Prov 4:14-15; Prov. 10:4, 13, 25. Help your children identify the dangers these verses warn against. Share with them how important it is to heed God’s word so that they’ll avoid the snares of the world, the flesh and the devil. Share a personal account from your life of a time you either obeyed or disobeyed Scripture and the resulting situation.

Have some fun with this lesson by playing “A’maze’ing Escape”. This activity requires a good bit of preparation on your part, but it’s quite enjoyable so that makes it worth it, right? When your children aren’t around, draw a maze with chalk outside. Then put pictures of lions, bees, dragons, bears (anything that would count as “dangerous”) underneath bowls that are scattered throughout the maze. But also put a treasure box or castle or something similar under just 1 bowl. Any bowl that’s in the path your children have to pick it up and look at the contents. If it’s something dangerous, then they lose a point.Draw a map for your children to follow to make it safely through the maze without encountering any scary creatures. To the extent that they follow the map, they’ll be safe. If they decide to go their own way, well, watch out!

For added fun, let your children mix up the bowls and then guide YOU through the maze safely.

Notebook: Choose a preschool or kindergarten maze and glue it to day 3’s notebook square.

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