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The Little Flower Pot Bible Object Lesson by The Scripture Lady

The Little Flower Pot Bible object lesson will delight your preschoolers as they learn the truth that God has a purpose for every one of us.

The Little Flower Pot Bible object lesson has become one of my favorite lessons to share with young children to help them learn that God has a plan for every person He has lovingly created. This Bible object lesson uses a simple “magic” trick called the “Magic Flower Pot and Wand” by Melissa and Doug. This trick is very easy to use. It comes to life along with the story that I have written to go along with it.

Take a look at this sample presentation of the lesson:

Click HERE to learn how to purchase this downloadable Bible object lesson script and instructions.

The first 3 people to leave a comment below will receive The Little Flower Pot Bible object lesson for FREE. Once you leave your comment, I will send you and email with the link to the product.




From the little flower pot, your preschoolers will be introduced to a flower pot who has never had a flower grow from her little pot. All the other flower pots around her seem to always have plants growing from their containers. But not this little flower pot. She begins to feel sad and wonders what her purpose is.

Take a look at a sample of the script below to understand the feelings of the little flower pot – feelings many of us have had in our own lives:

Once there was a little flower pot

Feeling sad and blue

Because she didn’t have a pretty flower

Out of her pot that grew

All the other little flower pots

Had flowers growing big

But this little flower pot

Couldn’t even grow a twig

“What’s the matter with me?”

The flower pot felt bad




“Why am I so different?”

“I’m feeling very sad.”

But then one day

While the flower pot was feeling blue

A man came and picked her up

What was he going to do

The man was dressed in black

From his head to his toe

And he carried a big stick in his hand

The kind used in a magic show

The man took the flower pot

And shined her pot till it glowed

Maybe now she would grow a flower

One that she would be proud to show…

This is just a sample of this sweet story and a little flower pot that learned God had a special plan just for her.

Click on the link below to get your own “Little Flower Pot” from Melissa and Doug:

If you’d like another lesson about the purpose of God that He has for each of us, try this lesson called “God’s Design with a Purpose,” which is perfect for your elementary kids:

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18 thoughts on “The Little Flower Pot Bible Object Lesson by The Scripture Lady”

  • First of all, I want to thank God for His plan for my life, for sending His only Son to die on the cross for my sins and saving my soul. Thank you Kathy for all the time & effort you put in to help children learn about Jesus and His saving grace. I would love to receive a free copy of thie little flower pot object lesson to share with little ones at church and the children I may lead at Church Lay Renewal Journey’s. Thank you again!

  • Thank you for your comment, Susan! So glad you like this lesson. You didn’t make it as one of the first 3 to share, but maybe next time! Blessings!

  • Thank you for your comment, Trellis! So glad you like this lesson. You didn’t make it as one of the first 3 to share, but maybe next time! Blessings!

  • Thank you for your comment, Barbara! So glad you like this lesson. You didn’t make it as one of the first 3 to share, but maybe next time! Blessings!

  • Thank you for your comment, Alana! So glad you like this lesson. You didn’t make it as one of the first 3 to share, but maybe next time! Blessings!

  • Thank you for your comment, Sheri! So glad you like this lesson. You didn’t make it as one of the first 3 to share, but maybe next time! Blessings!

  • Congrats, Marsha! Your comment was actually the 4th, but because you gave such a great answer, you get to have the lesson, too. I hope you and your kids enjoy it! I will email you the link.

  • Congrats, Tana! You were one of the first 3 to leave a comment for the “Little Flower Pot.” I hope you and your kids enjoy it! I will email you the link. And thank you for sharing your heart about God. We all would be doomed without the grace of God!

  • Congrats, Kari! You were one of the first 3 to leave a comment for the “Little Flower Pot.” I hope you and your kids enjoy it! I will email you the link.

  • Thank you for sharing your love of Jesus with children. Cute video and a hands on activity for the children to see that we are all created by God to grow in ourfaith in him.

  • Thank you so much.
    I was looking for something for my pre-k kids in the
    afternoon. Don’t teach about God in my pre-k students im their program so I start doing it in the afternoon when they arrive.
    Again Thank you

  • Wow! Where do we start in giving thanks for God’s plan for our lives??? And just to know and be reminded that He started with me as a child…and probably most of us could say the same! My favorite scripture to pray is…”Teach me thy ways of Lord and lead me in a plain path.” It has not always been plain, unless just leaving it all with God and follow one step at a time…that is pretty plain…one step at a time!

  • Thank you for the work you do to provide ways to share God’s word in a way that children can understand it ! I too am thankful that God indeed has a plan for each of us. I’m thankful for His plan for my life – and the way He changed the direction of my life – I hate to think of where I’d be today except for God’s grace in my life.

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