Old Testament

Creation: God's Weird and Wonderful World

The Patriarchs: Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob

Moses: Man of God

Journey with Joshua: Israel's Victorious Leader!

The Period of Judges

The Kings

The Prophets

The Return of the Exiles

Psalms

Proverbs


Creation

Creation: God's Weird and Wonderful World contains 14 lessons from the first eleven chapters of the book of Genesis which tell the origin of all things: the universe, galaxies, stars and planets, including Earth, life, man, marriage, language, nations, government, culture, and religion. More important, Genesis tells us about the origin of sin and evil, and Godís plan of redemption through the chosen people, Israel, and ultimately Jesus, the Messiah. Your students will learn how to defend their faith when they are confronted with the worldís false ideas about evolution. They will develop good critical thinking skills as well as a love for good science. They will be excited and challenged by a deeper love for their great and awesome God. (102 pages.)

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Lesson 1: How Did the World Begin?

Lesson 2: Day #1 of Creation: Light and Darkness (Genesis 1:1-5)

Lesson 3: Day #2 of Creation: Separated Waters and Atmosphere (Genesis 1:6-8)

Lesson 4: Day #3 of Creation: Land, Sea, and Vegetation (Genesis 1:9-13)

Lesson 5: Day #4 of Creation: Sun, Moon, Stars, Seasons, Days, and Years (Genesis 1:14-19)

Lesson 6: Day #5 of Creation: Fish and Birds (Genesis 1:20-23)

Lesson 7: Day #6 of Creation: Animals and Humans (Genesis 1:24-31)

Lesson 8: You Are Unique

Lesson 9: Day #7 of Creation: Sabbath Rest (Genesis 2:1-3)

Lesson 10: Sin Enters The World (Genesis 2:8 - 3:24)

Lesson 11: Cain and Abel (Genesis 4:1-16)

Lesson 12: Civilization, Not Cave Men! (Genesis 4:17-22)

Lesson 13: Noah and the Great Flood (Genesis 6:1- 9:17)

Lesson 14: Tower of Babel (Genesis 11:1-9)

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Creation Learning Center Signs

Creation Science Brain Storm

How to Ask Questions

Lesson 6: Feather Facts

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Patriarchs

The Patriarchs: Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob contains 15 lessons from Genesis about the Patriarchs of our Faith: Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. Your students will learn the history of the Children of Israel and why the land rightfully belongs to them. They will be encouraged to have faith as strong as Abrahamís and the integrity of Joseph. They will discover that God always keeps His promises, no matter what! (80 pages.)

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Lesson 1: God Blesses Faithful Abraham (Genesis 12 - 13)

Lesson 1: "Promise Tree" worksheet

Lesson 2: Abraham's Faith is Tested (Genesis 21 - 22)

Lesson 3: Isaac Gets a Bride (Genesis 24)

Lesson 3: "A Good Answer" worksheet

Lesson 4: Jacob Gets Esau's Birthright (Genesis 25:21-34)

Lesson 4: "My Family Tree" craft idea

Lesson 5: Jacob Gets Esau's Blessing (Genesis 27)

Lesson 6: Jacob's Dream (Genesis 28)

Lesson 7: Jacob Gets Two Wives (Genesis 29)

Lesson 7: "Sowing and Reaping" Worksheet

Lesson 7: "You Reap What You Sow!" Craft

Lesson 8: Jacob Leaves Laban (Genesis 30-31)

Lesson 9: Jacob Comes Home (Genesis 32-33)

Lesson 10: Joseph Sold By His Brothers (Genesis 37)

Lesson 10: "Joseph and His Brothers" crossword

Lesson 11: Joseph's Temptation (Genesis 39)

Lesson 12: Pharaoh's Dream (Genesis 40-41)

Lesson 12: "God's Man and Egypt's Dreamers" worksheet

Lesson 13: Joseph's Brothers Go to Egypt (Genesis 41-43)

Lesson 13: "The Famine" worksheet

Lesson 14: Joseph Forgives His Brothers (Genesis 44-45)

Lesson 14: "Joseph in Egypt" worksheet

Lesson 15: Israelites Settle in Goshen (Genesis 46-50)

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Moses

Moses ó Man of God contains 21 lessons from Exodus about Moses. Your students will learn the history of how the Children of Israel were rescued from bondage in Egypt and see how Jesus came to rescue us from the bondage of sin. They will be excited by Godís awesome display of power and encouraged to always trust and obey the commandments of our Lord. (110 pages)

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Lesson 1: Baby Moses (Exodus 1 - 2)

Lesson 1: "Baby Moses" worksheet

Lesson 2: Moses Acts in Anger (Exodus 2:11-25)

Lesson 3: The Call of Moses (Exodus 3)

Lesson 3: "Moses and the Burning Bush" crossword

Lesson 4: Signs for Moses (Exodus 4:1 - 4:18)

Lesson 5: Moses and Aaron Visit King Pharaoh (Exodus 4:17 - 7:13)

Lesson 6: The Plagues of Egypt (Exodus 7:14 - 8)

Lesson 6: "The Plagues on Egypt" worksheet

Lesson 7: More Plagues (Exodus 9 - 10)

Lesson 7: Plague concentration game cards

Lesson 8: The Passover (Exodus 11 - 12)

Lesson 8: "Preparing for a Journey" worksheet

Lesson 8: "Exodus Circles" worksheet

Lesson 8: "Who Am I?" game questions

Lesson 9: Crossing the Red Sea (Exodus 13 - 14)

Lesson 9: "Miriam's Song" worksheet

Lesson 10: The Complaining Israelites (Exodus 15 - 17)

Lesson 10: "Manna Math" worksheet

Lesson 11: The Ten Commandments (Part 1) (Exodus 19 - 20)

Lesson 12: The Ten Commandments (Part 2) (Exodus 19 - 20)

Lesson 13: The Golden Calf (Exodus 19 - 32)

Lesson 13: "The Ark of the Covenant" worksheet

Lesson 14: Building God's House (Exodus 20:3-6; 31:18; 32; 34)

Lesson 14: Tabernacle Craft patterns

Lesson 15: Miriam Becomes a Leper (Numbers 12:1-16)

Lesson 16: Twelve Spies (Numbers 13:1-3, 17-33; 14)

Lesson 17: Rebellion of Korah (Numbers 16 - 17)

Lesson 18: Moses Sins (Numbers 20:1-13)

Lesson 19: Serpent on a Pole (Numbers 20:14 - 21:9)

Lesson 20: Balaam's Donkey (Numbers 22, 23, 24)

Lesson 21: Moses Dies (Deuteronomy 34:1-12)

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Joshua

Journey with Joshua Ė Israelís victorious Leader! contains 13 lessons from the book of Joshua. Your students will learn that they can have courage even when they feel afraid or face hard situations; that trusting in God means they must obey His Word and depend on Him to help them do what is right and good; and that having faith that pleases and honors God means believing what God says and acting on it. (56 pages)

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Lesson 1: Joshua in Training (Exodus 17:8--16)

Lesson 2: Two Trusting Spies (Numbers 13 - 14:35)

Lesson 3: No Fear for Joshua (Numbers 27:15-23; Deuteronomy 31:1-8; 34:1-12)

Lesson 4: Joshua Gets Ready to Lead (Joshua 1)

Lesson 4: Success for Joshua worksheet

Lesson 5: Rahab Believes in God (Joshua 2)

Lesson 5: Rahab Saves the Spies craft

Lesson 5: Game Questions

Lesson 6: Crossing the Jordan (Joshua 3)

Lesson 6: God's Special Box worksheet

Lesson 6: An Important Message worksheet

Lesson 6: Who, What, Where Questions

Lesson 7: Twelve Stones from the River (Joshua 4)

Lesson 8: Jericho Falls (Joshua 6)

Lesson 9: Achan's Sin (Joshua 6:18, 19; 7)

Lesson 9: Game Ideas

Lesson 10: Joshua's Fresh Start (Joshua 8)

Lesson 11: Joshua's Rash Decision (Joshua 9)

Lesson 12: Joshua Fights for Gibeon (Joshua 10:1-15)

Lesson 12: Give Me An "A" Game Cards

Lesson 12: Mercy Game Idea

Lesson 13: Joshua's Final Choice (Joshua 23 -- 24)

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Judges

The Period of Judges contains 8 lessons from the book of Judges and Ruth. Your class will discover that period of the Judges was a sad period of time in the lives of the children of Israel. The people did not have a strong leader, so they didnít have strong faith in God. Your kids will learn that it is not only important to have a good, strong, courageous leader who can show us the right way to live, but itís equally important to be a good follower Ė someone that always listens and obeys the leaders, who shows love and respect by always following the rules and not going off to do their own thing. Your students will be reminded that a good leader is one that follows Jesus and encouraged to be a good leader in their families, in their neighborhoods, or at their schools. (38 pages)

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Lesson 1: Introduction to the Period of Judges (Joshua 23, 24, Judges 2)

Lesson 2: Deborah (Judges 4, 5)

Lesson 2: A Woman Leads Israel Worksheet

Lesson 3: Gideon (Part 1) (Judges 6)

Lesson 4: Gideon (Part 2) (Judges 7)

Lesson 5: Samson (Part 1) (Judges 13 - 15)

Lesson 6: Samson (Part 2) (Judges 16)

Lesson 7: Ruth (Part 1) (Ruth 1)

Lesson 8: Ruth (Part 2) (Ruth 2 - 4)

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Kings

The Kings contains 13 lessons from the period of Kings. This series of lessons introduces your students to the period of time when the children of Israel were ruled by kings. It begins with the story of Samuel and ends with the fall of Solomon. Your students will learn the value of remaining loyal to our one and only true God. They will be inspired to make wise choices in life. And, they will be encouraged to honor God in all that they think, do or say. (62 pages)

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Lesson 1: Hannah Prays (1 Samuel 1:1-20)

Lesson 2: Samuel Listens (1 Samuel 2:18-21; 3:1-10)

Lesson 3: Choosing a King (1 Samuel 8 - 10:24)

Lesson 4: Saul Disobeys God (1 Samuel 15:1-31)

Lesson 5: A Shepherd King (1 Samuel 16:1-13)

Lesson 6: David and Goliath (1 Samuel 17:1-52)

Lesson 6: Game Cards

Lesson 7: David and Jonathan (1 Samuel 18:1-9; 19:1-10; 20)

Lesson 8: David Hides from Saul (1 Samuel 24; 26)

Lesson 9: David Worships God (1 Chronicles 10:6 - 15:2-3)

Lesson 10: The King's Kindness (2 Samuel 4:4; 9)

Lesson 11: Solomon's Wisdom (1 Kings 3:4-28)

Lesson 11: Game Cards

Lesson 12: Building the Temple (1 Kings 5; 6; 7:13-51; 8; 1 Chronicles 17:1-15; 22; 28:10 - 29:20; 2 Chronicles 2:1 - 7:22)

Lesson 12: Game Questions

Lesson 13: Solomon Disobeys God (1 Kings 11:1-13, 28-40)

Lesson 13: Craft Verse Card (Psalm 42:11)

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Prophets

The Prophets contains 14 lessons from the lives of some of Godís prophets taken from the books of 1st and 2nd Kings, Isaiah, Daniel and Jonah. Through these wonderful stories of these men of God, your student will learn that God is the great provider, that He is awesome in holiness, and that He is dependable in every situation. Join your pupils as they discover that ours is the only true God, worthy of all our worship and devotion. (78 pages)

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Lesson 1: God Provides for Elijah (1 Kings 16:29 - 17:16)

Lesson 1: "Elijah at Zarephath" worksheet

Lesson 1: Raven craft pattern

Lesson 2: Elijah and the Contest with Baal (1 Kings 18:1, 2, 17--46)

Lesson 2: Baseball game pattern

Lesson 3: Elijah and Naboth's Vineyard (1 Kings 21:1-29)

Lesson 4: Elijah Goes to Heaven (1 Kings 19; 2 Kings 2:1-15)

Lesson 5: Elisha Helps a Widow's Family (2 Kings 4:1-7)

Lesson 5: Craft pattern

Lesson 6: Elisha Raises a Dead Boy to Life (2 Kings 4:8-37)

Lesson 7: A Slave Girl Cares for Naaman (2 Kings 5:1-19)

Lesson 8: Elisha Cares About His Enemies (2 Kings 6:8-23)

Lesson 9: Isaiah's Call to Service (Isaiah 6:1-8)

Lesson 10: Daniel Takes a Stand (Daniel 1)

Lesson 11: Three Men in a Furnace (Daniel 3)

Lesson 12: Handwriting on the Wall (Daniel 5)

Lesson 13: In the Lions' Den (Daniel 6)

Lesson 14: Jonah Runs From God (Jonah)

Lesson 14: Pictionary game cards

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Return of the Exiles

The Return of the Exiles contains 9 lessons covering the books of Ezra, Nehemiah and Esther. We start with Esther and learn that God has a plan and a purpose for each of us. He is fitting our lives into His master plan like pieces of a puzzle. Then we celebrate the rebuilding of the Temple with Ezra who teaches us that God gives us power to do things His way in spite any opposition we might get from our enemies. Finally, we join Nehemiah as he oversees the rebuilding of the city of Jerusalem. We learn that prayer is powerful and has wonderful results and that God will give us peace in our hearts when we experience trials. (38 pages)

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Lesson 1: Esther, Queen of Persia (Esther 1-2)

Lesson 2: Haman's Wicked Plot to Kill the Jews (Esther 3-4)

Lesson 3: Mordecai's Plan (Esther 5-6)

Lesson 3: "Pride" visual aid

Lesson 4: Esther Saves God's People (Esther 7-8)

Lesson 4: Charade Cards

Lesson 5: The Temple Rebuilt (Ezra)

Lesson 6: Nehemiah's Burden (Nehemiah 1:1-2:8)

Lesson 6: Nehemiah Key Words (Review Game Cards)

Lesson 6: Nehemiah Review Questions

Lesson 7: Nehemiah's Perseverance (Nehemiah 2:9-4:23)

Lesson 8: Nehemiah Discerns Falsehood (Nehemiah 6:1-7:4)

Lesson 9: The People Rejoice (Nehemiah 8:1-12:43)

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Psalms

Psalms contains 9 lessons from the Book of Psalms. These lessons will encourage your students to think more deeply about the things of God. As they read and study the Psalms, they will notice the praise given to God, not only for what He does-His creation, His blessings, His forgiveness-but also for who He is-loving, just, faithful, forgiving, patient. And they will be challenged to praise and worship God with new passion and deeper conviction. (47pages.)

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Lesson 1: The Way of Righteousness (Psalm 1)

Lesson 2: David Confesses His Sin (2 Samuel, Psalm 51, Psalm 32)

Lesson 3: David is Rewarded for Not Getting Even (Psalm 57; 1 Samuel 24)

Lesson 3: "David and Saul" worksheet

Lesson 4: Guard Your Heart (Psalm 73)

Lesson 5: God is Able to Protect Me (Psalm 91)

Lesson 6: How To Worship God, God's Way (Psalm 103)

Lesson 7: The Value of God's Word (Psalm 119)

Lesson 8: God's Personal Concern for You (Psalm 139)

Lesson 9: Great is the Lord! (Psalm 145)

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Lesson 3: another "David and Saul" worksheet

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Proverbs

Proverbs contains a series of lessons called "The Way of the Wise" designed to encourage children to make wise choices in life.

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Lesson 1: Jesus is the Firm Foundation

Lesson 2: The Path That Leads to Life

Lesson 3: Wisdom and Foolishness

Lesson 4: A Call to Wisdom

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Lesson 1: Build Your House on Rock Coloring Page

Lesson 1: House Built on Rock Visual Aid

Lesson 1: House Built on Sand Visual Aid

Lesson 1: House Built on Sand Poster

Lesson 1: Jesus on Cross Visual Aid

Lesson 1: Two Paths in Life Visual Aid

Lesson 1: Road Signs Visual Aid

Lesson 1: Which Foundation Coloring Page

Lesson 2: Choose Your Path Coloring Page

Lesson 2: Ferocious Lion Visual Aid

Lesson 3: Foolishness Definition Visual Aid

Lesson 3: Wisdom Definition Visual Aid

Lesson 3: Wisdom and Foolishness Visual Aids

Lesson 4: Game Question Cards

Lesson 4: Girl Wearing Wreath Visual Aid

Lesson 4: Olympic Gold Metalists Visual Aid

Lesson 4: Prisoner in Shackels Visual Aid

Lesson 4: Game Scenario Cards

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