Bible games can be fun if you have created your class in advance and you have been able to find many information to share with these kindergartens. In addition to reading only Bible stories, you can also get your children involved in arts and crafts. Collect junk paper from one computer company that will not cost you the money and collect paint, foil, trash, wool and other pieces and pieces that you can find crafts.
Abraham seems to be the most popular in Bible study in Sunday School, so you can then get all the information and backgrounds of Abraham that will enable preschool teachers to understand the whole story of Abraham. You must be able to tell them where he was born and where he lived. Abraham lived in the city called Haran and lived in Ur, which is located in the desert of Arabia near the River Euphrates. Allow the children to trace Egypt's way with their fingers using a Bible map.
A Bible Study Schedule can be arranged for discussion and questions and answers, such as what God promised Abraham, why was Abraham in Egypt, and where did Abraham go? Tell the children that Abraham was nominated and that in the days when they lived in tents and moved from place to place, which allowed the sheep and oxen to have good grazing. Tell them how the people of that century had to move from place to place and at the same time have to carry all their belongings.
These Bible stories can also be a discussion, and at the same time you can also explain the great famine. This kind of schooling, which has been for decades, keeps people's faith strong and promotes moral and moral morality, and gives good things to faith and anchor while they are growing. Religion is primarily based on Bible reading and parables, especially Christian religions.
This great Sunday teaching and Sunday school came back when nuns, habits and missionaries met these species around the world. In many cases, these lessons were forced into a family worldwide and were not found in their own fields. Volunteers were taken out and they again shared their experiences with so-called paganism and youth and Christianity was the first faith to face Bible study.