12/4/11 Bible Superheroes Ep 5 Lesson Plan

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    Sit with the children during Conversation Station time anddiscuss the three Connection Questions.

    Gather the children and use the Review Cards to recap the

    story and apply the lesson to their lives. End with prayer.

    Bible Story

    55EPISODEEPISODE

    Schedule

    Conversation Stations

    Review Time

    Conversation Stations/Check-In

    Countdown

    Lil' K Program

    Group Activity Time

    Craft Time

    Snack Time

    Review Time

    Conversation Stations/Check-Out

    Q

    LIL

    K

    ConnectionQuestions

    ConnectionQuestions

    Elijah

    1.Whatdoesitmeantobebrave?

    2.Whatdoyoudothatisbrave?

    3.DoyouthinkthatGodanswers

    ourprayers?

    Today's Doodad

    Lesson PlanLesson Plan

    Conversation Station Options:1. Construction Play

    2. Playdough

    3. Blocks

    4. Wood Puzzles

    Connection Questions:1. What is something that scares you?

    2. What do you do when you are scared?

    3. Who can you ask to help you when youare scared?

    1. God chose Gideon to fight a big army.

    2. God helped Gideon be super brave.

    3. Who will help you be super brave?

    Gideon fights a big army Judges 6-7

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    Program &Print Materials

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    What you need: nothingWhat you do: This game is played just like follow the leader. Have the childrenline up behind an adult leader. The leader will lead them around the classroom in a

    variety of different movements (walking, skipping, jumping, etc). Choose a child to

    be the new leader and continue playing.

    What you say: Today in our story we learned about Gideon, the man God choseto lead the Israelites against the Midianite army. Gideon was afraid, but God helped

    him be brave and the Israelites won the battle. Raise your hand if you had a chance

    to be the leader in our game today. Gideon was a brave leader because God was

    with him.

    What you need: large playing areaWhat you do: This game is a backwards version of hide and seek. Help thechildren count slowly to twenty together with eyes closed while one child hides.Once they are finished counting, the children may begin to look. As each player

    finds "It," they squeeze into the hiding place until the spot is crowded with children.

    When the last person finds the hiding place, that child gets to start a new game by

    hiding first.

    What you say: Today in our story we learned about Gideon, the man God chose

    to lead the Israelites against the Midianite army. Gideon was afraid and even hid

    from the Midianites, just like we hid in our game. But with Gods help he was brave

    and the Israelites won the battle. When can you be brave?

    What you need: large blanket or sheetWhat you do:Lay a large blanket or sheet on the floor and have the children sitaround the outside edge of it. Choose one child to step away from the group and

    hide his eyes. Quietly choose another child to hide under the blanket. The child that

    was away from the group with his eyes closed comes back. The child has to guess

    who is under the blanket by looking around to see who is missing. Give them three

    chances to guess before revealing the hidden child. Continue playing until every-

    one has a turn.

    What you say:Today in our story we learned about Gideon, the man God choseto lead the Israelites against the Midianite army. Gideon was afraid and even hid

    from the Midianites, just like we hid in our game. But with Gods help he was brave

    and the Israelites won the battle. When can you be brave?

    Gideons HornSupplies:

    paper towel or toilet paper rollswaxed paperrubber bandsmarkers or crayons

    pens

    55EPISODEEPISODEOption #1 WALK THIS WAY

    Option #2 SARDINES

    Option #3 WHOS HIDING?

    Directions:

    1. Have the children decorate the paper towel roll with themarkers.

    2. Cover one end of the paper towel roll with waxed paper andsecure it with a rubber band.

    3. Punch a row of holes along one side of the roll with the tip of

    a pen.

    4. To play, sing a tune into the open end of the horn.

    Group Activity Time

    Craft TimeGroup Activity Time provides an active learningexperience to review lesson concepts.