January 3, 2014


This year instead of attempting to teach Addi preschool all by myself I have been collaborating with two dear friends who have kiddos about the same age.  There have been several bible study lessons that I have thoroughly enjoyed teaching.  The first one was about Joseph.  I had made a worksheet with random clip art pictures representing some of the primary events including Joseph being given a colorful coat by his father,  Joseph's dream about the sheaves of wheat (symbolizing his brothers) bowing down to him, his jealous brothers sell him into slavery for 20 pieces of silver, Joseph's journey to Egypt and living in Potiphar’s house, Potiphar’s wife lies about Joseph so he goes to jail and meets a butcher and baker, and how Joseph helps the Pharaoh by interpreting his dreams.

As we walked through the life of Joseph by reading bible passages the kids colored their color sheets.  Then, I cut up the pictures and had the children glue them in sequential order to help reinforce that they were actually learning Joseph’s story.

We also made Joseph puppets out of paper bags and strips of colorful paper but my picture did not turn out very well.


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