Let’s Bake Some Cookies Bible object lesson is perfect for the Christmas season or any time you want to share the truth of the Bible. Your children will delight at this lesson’s “magical” twist as you teach about the goodness and sweetness of Jesus.
Let’s Bake Some Cookies Bible object lesson was created for my 2017 Christmas program. I wanted a creative way to share how sweet it is to have Jesus in our lives. “Baking” some cookies gave the perfect opportunity to remind the kids that Jesus is the “Bread of Life” and that He wants us to spread His sweetness wherever we go. Through the use of some eye-catching props and a fun script, your kids will be amazed and will want to know how you pulled off such a great lesson.
Take a look at a sample of the presentation of Let’s Bake Some Cookies Bible Object Lesson:
If you like Let’s Bake Some Cookies Bible object lesson, then perhaps you will like my Christmas song and game called, “Which Christmas Song Should We Sing?”
“Which Christmas Song Should We Sing” is a game to help celebrate some of the most beloved Christmas carols of all time. This game showcases these 5 classic songs of Christmas:
- Deck the Halls
- Silent Night
- We Three Kings
- Away in a Manger
- Jingle Bells
Take a look at a sample of the moves to “We Three Kings”
The instructional video for this game shows how you will take 5 bags that contain an object that reminds the children of each of the 5 songs, A child will choose a bag and you will then proceed to sing the song being showcased.
Share this game to introduce your children to classic Christmas songs that bring in the joy of the season.
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