When we last left off with the preschool Bible packs Moses was a baby. Today I’m picking back up with Moses when he has grown up and this Exodus from Egypt Preschool Pack helps children learn about Moses as he leads the Hebrews out of Egypt. In this pack you will find:
- Story Sequencing- As a parent and Sunday school teacher I love using a sequencing activity to help children review the story. This is also an opportunity to practice cutting and pasting. If your children are too young to do it themselves you can assist them in cutting out the pictures.
- Snipping & Cutting– If you’ve got a younger preschooler then you will want to begin with the snipping sheet first and then move on from there when your child is ready. Also be sure to get some kid sized safety scissors. We currently use these safety scissors but when my son was younger we started him with these.
- Pre-writing Tracing– These are great for fine motor practice. This is one that you can laminate and use dry erase markers to do these multiple times. Alternately sometimes I simply slide the printable into a page protectors and that works too. If you don’t want to laminate you can spice things up by having your child the tracing with paint and a paintbrush, finger paint, markers, glitter glue, etc. Try changing things up to avoid monotony.
- Counting Practice- Have your child practice counting. If you don’t have any clothes pins on hand you would have your child circle the correct number on each one.
- Letter Focus Sheets- Work on letters M and s with your child.
- Letter Tracing Practice- I pulled some characters and things from the story for this practice with letter formation. This is another one that you can laminate and use dry erase markers to do these multiple times.
- Key Verse- In thinking over the story I felt that of all the verses I wanted my son to focus on that Exodus 14:14 is the one that I wanted to point him to and help him to learn. Have your child complete this sheet and put it somewhere that you can both see it. I often hang these in our dinning room so that we can go over them at meal times and discuss them. In sight, in mind!
Other resources you might enjoy as you study The Exodus from Egypt:
We enjoyed reading Exodus by Brian Wildsmith. We got it from our local library and I’m glad we did. The illustrations are beautiful.
If you’re looking for a good Bible for your child I highly recommend the Read with Me Bible for Toddlers for kids that are 2-3 and The Jesus Storybook Bible for 4-5 year olds. We use both with our children and absolutely adore them. Both relate Bible stories in a way that our children enjoy and are perfect lengths for their attention spans.
If you like this be sure to check out my other Bible preschool packs:
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