5 Bible songs for Thanksgiving will add to your Bible time to help you and your kids celebrate Thanksgiving whether in your classroom or in your home.
Sing these 5 Bible songs for Thanksgiving to teach your children that God wants them to be thankful all the time – not just during Thanksgiving.
I am giving you access to 5 Bible songs that I have written over the years that I have added to my various Bible programs with the theme of thanksgiving.
Just click on each video and share it with your children.
The Scripture Lady’s “cousin” Carmen is preparing her first Thanksgiving meal with her family in Mexico. Carmen needs the help of your children to remember what each dish is called since English is her second language.
Share this fun video with your kids to help get them excited about Thanksgiving and God’s many blessings!
We have so much to be thankful for! Psalm 100:4 is a great song to share with your children to remind them of this truth.
The psalmist wrote this verse to remind Israel to enter the gates and the courts of God’s temple with great thanksgiving and joy. You and your children should enter your places of worship with the same exuberance.
Scripture used: Enter His gates with thanksgiving and His courts with praise. Psalm 100:4
Have you ever made a list of ALL the things you are thankful for? No doubt, you could fill pages and pages of things you are thankful to God for throughout your life.
Teaching our children to be thankful is very important. Teaching them to be thankful to God is mandatory.
The Bible says that God inhabits the praises of His people (Psalm 22:3). So, use this fun and repetitive song to teach them that there are a million things to be thankful to God for.
First Corinthians 15:57 is a great Bible verse that declare the victory that we have through Jesus Christ. Sing this Bible verse song with your children to remind them of this truth.
All of us need to remember that we have victory over sin and death because of what our Lord Jesus did upon the cross for each one of us.
Scripture used: Thanks be to God. He gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ. 1 Corinthians 15:57
One of the greatest stories in the Bible about thankfulness is the story of when Jesus heals ten lepers, but only one took the time to say, “Thank you.” The story is found in Luke 17:11-19.
This is a great story to share with your children to remind them that they should be thankful at all times for the good things Jesus does in their lives. They will also learn that when they take the time to thank God, He will give them even more blessings, just like He blessed the leper who said, “Thank you!”
In addition to giving you 5 Bible songs for Thanksgiving, I am giving you access to a game that is perfect to share with your kids during the Thanksgiving holiday. I call it “Ten Thankful Friends.” This game will encourage your kids to be thankful for all the yummy food that may be on their Thanksgiving tables this year. Most likely, several people will be helping to prepare your dinner. All hands on deck! Grandmas, uncles, dads, sisters and brothers are just a few of the relatives that might be crammed into your kitchen. So, make sure your kids tell each of them, “Thank you!” for the food they have prepared.
Here is the presentation video of this game. Please show it to your kids to help them learn about being thankful. If you would like to present this lesson without the video, for a limited time, I have provided the slides and pictures down below for you to put together your own presentation. Enjoy!
Printable Pictures for Ten Thankful Friends Game
Pictures of the Ten Friends (Faces)
Pictures of the Ten Friends (Names)
Slides of the Food Pictures
Slides of the “Who is It?” Pictures
Slides of the “Thank You” Pictures
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