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«Kindergarten & 1st Grade Week 1, March 3 Would We Lie to You? Bible Story: Would We Lie to You? (Joseph’s brothers lie to Jacob) • Genesis ...»

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Kindergarten & 1st Grade Week 1, March 3

Would We Lie to You?

Bible Story: Would We Lie to You? (Joseph’s brothers lie to Jacob) • Genesis 37:17-36; 45:25-28

Bottom Line: When you are not truthful, you can hurt the people you care about.

Memory Verse: “An honest person has respect for the Lord.” Proverbs 14:2a, NIrV

Life App: Honesty—choosing to be truthful in whatever you say and do.

Basic Truth: I should treat others the way I want to be treated.

Early Arriver Activity (8:45 or 10:30) What You Need: an offering container

What You Do:

Invite the kids to place their offerings in the container, and then ask them to tell the group the best gift they have ever received from their mom or dad. It could be something material—like a video game or cool toy—or it could be something immaterial, like a hug or time spent together.

Plug In (9:00 or 10:45) Time After Time What You Need: teaching clock; or a dry erase board and dry erase marker

What You Do:

Use the teaching clock to briefly review what the hands on a clock look like at 12:00, 3:00, 6:00, and 9:00. If you don’t have access to a teaching clock, simply draw the clock face at the different positions. As you review, be sensitive to the fact that telling time may be new to some children and “old hat” to others. If you have children who are adept at telling time, invite them to move the hands to the different positions.

Next, lead the kids in a quick-paced clock game. Tell them that when you call out a time, they should mimic your motions as quickly as they can. In rapid (and random!) succession, repeatedly call out “12 o’clock,” “6 o’clock,” “3 o’clock,” and “9 o’clock.” For 12:00, hold both arms straight over your head; for 6:00, hold one arm straight up and one arm straight down; for 3:00, hold your right arm straight up and your left hand straight out to your side (this way the “clock” will be correct to the kids); for 9:00, hold your left hand straight up and your right arm out to your side.

What You Say:

“Great job! [Transition] In our Bible story today, we’ll hear about something that it’s ALWAYS time to do.

Let’s go to Large Group to find out more.” Lead your group to the Large Group area.

Prayer Time After large group, gather children in small groups. Lead them in prayer focusing on “The Bottom Line.” Catch On #1 Ouch! (application activity) What You Need: “Ouch!” (Activity Page); crayons

What You Do:

Give each child an “Ouch!” Activity Page. Guide the kids to look at each picture and talk about what is happening. Lead them to put a sad face over the pictures that show kids choosing to tell lies and a smiley face over the pictures that show kids choosing to tell the truth. Finally, lead the kids to draw their own scenarios in the empty frame.

What You Say:

[Apply] “Sometimes we tell lies to try to get out of trouble; sometimes we tell lies because we want to get someone else in trouble; sometimes we tell lies because we want people to like us; and sometimes we tell lies to get something we want. But no matter why we tell lies, they can always hurt the people around us. (Briefly review the scenario pictures and how the lies the children told hurt others.) [Personalize] (Share an age-appropriate story about a time you told a lie and how your dishonesty hurt someone you cared about. If possible, tell how you tried to make the situation right afterwards.) Remember, [Impress] when you are not truthful, you can hurt the people you care about.” Catch On #2 Off With His Coat! (review the Bible story / great for boys / a classroom-wide activity) What You Need: overcoats with buttons

What You Do:

Lead the kids in a wacky Joseph’s-coat relay. Guide the kids to line up in teams with a Small Group Leader at the head of each team. Give each Small Group Leader a coat. At the signal, each SGL will help the first child in line to put the coat on backward. The SGL then zips up the coat. The first child then turns his back to the second child, who unzips the coat. The first child takes off the coat and passes it to the second child in line, who puts it on backward. The first child then zips the coat, and the second child turns to the third child, who unzips it. The relay continues until the coat reaches the end of the line. Be sure each Small Group Leader provides plenty of help as needed. The game ends when every team finishes. (Could also be done with a button-up coat the same way. Decide ahead of time on the number of buttons that need to be buttoned. If the whole coat has to be buttoned, the relay will take too long and kids will lose interest.)

What You Say:

“A special coat was an important part of our Bible story today. Who in the Bible story had a very special coat?

(Joseph) What happened to Joseph and his coat? (Joseph’s brothers tore off his coat and threw him into a well;

his brothers sold him as a slave) After Joseph’s brothers sold him as a slave, they did something that let their father believe lie. What lie did they tell their father? (They dipped the coat in goat’s blood and let Jacob believe Joseph was killed by a wild animal.) “You know, the lies that Joseph’s brothers told hurt both Joseph and their father. Joseph was a slave for many years, and Jacob cried and cried because he thought Joseph was dead. Joseph’s brothers learned something that you and I can learn from hearing their story. And that is, [Impress] when you’re not truthful, you can hurt





the people you care about. [Apply] How can the lies you tell hurt the people you care about? (Examples:

when I lie, it makes my mom/God sad; when I lie about something I have or haven’t done, someone could get hurt.) So, remember: [Impress] when you are not truthful, you can hurt the people you care about.” Catch On #3 Stick to Honesty (memory verse activity / great for boys / can be classroom-wide) What You Need: Bibles, “Honesty” (Activity Pages), straws Note: These “Honesty” cards will be used a few times this month. Please save them.

What You Do:

Help the kids look up the Bible verse using the Bible navigation tips below. When all the kids find the verse, read it aloud as the kids point to the words. Unpack the words honest and respect.

Finding verses with kindergartners: Guide children to open the Bibles to the marked page. Point to the word Proverbs at the top of the page as you say “Proverbs” aloud. Then guide children to find the big number 14 on the page. Explain that this is the chapter number. Finally, guide them to look under the big 14 for the little 2; this is the verse number. Tell them to leave their finger on the verse as you read the verse aloud. Then lead everyone to read the first part of the verse together.

st Finding verses with 1 graders: Guide them to open their Bibles to the front and find the table of contents. (Hold up a Bible opened to the table of contents to show the kids what the page looks like.) When the kids find the table of contents, lead them to find Proverbs in the list under “Old Testament.” You can help by telling them that Proverbs starts with the letters P-R-O. When the kids find Proverbs, lead them to look at the page number beside the word. Explain that the number tells them on what page they can find Proverbs. Help the kids find the page. When they find Proverbs, explain that the big numbers on the page are the chapter numbers. Help them find chapter 14. Explain that the small numbers are verse numbers. Help them find verse 2 in chapter 14. Tell the kids to leave their finger on the verse as you read the verse aloud. Then lead everyone to read the first part of the verse together.

Next, lead the kids in a relay game where they will need to “stick” to honesty! Guide the kids to line up in teams at one end of your room. Place the “Honesty” cards about ten feet away from the kids, one set opposite each team. Give each child a straw. At your signal, lead the kids to take turns running to the verse strips, placing the end of the straw close to a strip, sucking on the straw to “vacuum” the strip to the straw, and then running back to her team—all the while sucking on the straw to keep hold of the verse strip! (If a strip falls as the child returns to his team, simply guide him to use the straw to pick it up again.) When each team has all its strips, guide the teams to work together to put the strips in order. Read the verse aloud with the kids. (Tell kids NOT to run with straws in their mouths.)

What You Say:

“What does it mean to be honest (to tell the truth)? What does it mean to respect someone (to treat them well, to honor them)? So, when Proverbs 14:2 says that ‘An honest person has respect for the LORD,’ it’s saying that [Apply] when we tell the truth, we show that we honor God. We also show that we care more about God than we do about ourselves and what we want. So remember, ‘An honest person has respect for the LORD.’” Kindergarten & 1st Grade Week 2, March 10 I’ve Got Truth Under My Skin Bible Story: I’ve Got Truth Under My Skin (Naaman and Elisha’s servant, Gehazi) • 2 Kings 5 Bottom Line: When you are not truthful, you lose trust.

Memory Verse: “An honest person has respect for the Lord.” Proverbs 14:2a, NIrV Life App: Honesty—choosing to be truthful in whatever you say and do.

Basic Truth: I need to make the wise choice.

Early Arriver Activity (8:45 or 10:30) What You Need: an offering container

What You Do:

Invite the kids to place their offerings in the container, and then invite them to tell about a time when they were sick. What sickness did they have? How did they feel? Did they have to get a shot or go to the doctor or to the hospital? Who helped them get better?

Plug In (9:00 or 10:45) Burgle the Bunny What You Need: pulled and fuzzy cotton ball, a foam ball, or a Koosh ball

What You Do:

Lead the kids in a game similar to “Doggie, Doggie, Where’s Your Bone?” Choose one child to be the “bunny” and guide her to sit with her back to the other kids and close her eyes. (You could have the majority of the group sit in a semicircle behind the “bunny.”) Set the cotton ball, foam ball, or Koosh ball behind her. This is her “tail.” Point to a child and guide him to sneak up behind the bunny, quietly snatch her tail, and return to his seat. When he is seated, guide all the kids to hide their hands behind their backs. At your signal, guide the bunny to turn and try to guess who took her tail. If the she identifies the burglar within two guesses, he becomes the next bunny. If the bunny can’t guess, the child who has the tail chooses the next burglar. During the game, praise the kids for telling the truth.

What You Say:

[Transition] “In our Bible story today, we’ll hear about someone who lost something more important than a tail. Let’s go to Large Group to find out more.” Lead your group to the Large Group area.

Prayer Time After large group, gather children in small groups. Lead them in prayer focusing on “The Bottom Line.” Catch On #1 Truth Be Told (application activity / review the Bible story) What You Need: “Truth Be Told” (Activity Page), crayons or markers, hole punch, strips of curling ribbon, tape

What You Do:

Give each child a set of “Truth Be Told” pictures. Guide the kids to put the cards in order, color them, and number them. Next, help the kids punch a hole in the corner of each card where shown. Finally, help the kids thread the cards onto a strip of curling ribbon to create a mini graphic novel of the Bible story. (If you use curling ribbon, be sure to help the kids tie the ends.)

What You Say:

“In our Bible story today, Gehazi was dishonest. How was Gehazi not truthful? (He lied to get the gift; he lied to Elisha and told him that he hadn’t gone anywhere.) What happened to Gehazi because he chose to lie and hide the truth from Elisha? (He got leprosy; he lost Elisha’s trust.) Because Gehazi lied, he lost so much, including his health and the trustworthy relationship he had with a great man of God.

[Apply] “Just like Gehazi, sometimes we do things that we know are wrong. When that happens, we have a chance to tell the truth. But if we choose to lie instead of telling the truth, we risk losing the trust of other people. We also risk losing friends. And you know what, even if the truth doesn’t come out right away, God always knows the truth, and when we’re not honest, we risk losing HIS trust, too. That’s why we need to remember that [Impress] when you are not truthful, you lose trust.” Catch On #2 Coming Clean (memory verse / great for boys) What You Need: “Honesty” (Activity Pages); curling ribbon, string or yarn, clothespins, tape

What You Do:

Create a clothesline on the wall with your string and tape. Guide the kids to get into teams of three to four. At your signal, guide the first child on each team to run to his team’s clothesline, unclip a card, run back to his team, and tag the next child in line. When a team has all its cards, lead them to work together to put the verse in order.

When every team finishes, guide the kids to point to each word of the verse as you say it aloud.

What You Say:

“Proverbs 14:2 tells us that when you tell the truth, you show respect for God. You show that you care more about what GOD wants than about what YOU want. [Apply] This week, how can you show respect for God by being honest?” (I can tell my mom the truth instead of saying “I don’t know;” I can ask God to forgive me when I tell a lie; I can tell my dad the truth about the kid I was being mean to at school; I can tell my grandma the truth about the money I took from her wallet.) Catch On #3 Tell the Truth (application activity / great for boys) What You Need: no supplies needed

What You Do:



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