There are many preschool Sunday school lessons free for the taking online and from resource materials available at public and church libraries. Many Sunday school lessons can be requested at no charge from religious organization, and many Christian bookstores provide free preschool Bible study pamphlets and suggest Bible school activities at no charge.
Finding monthly preschool Sunday school lessons free online is easy. Specific faith-based Sunday school lessons and general Christian Sunday school lesson plans are available from many websites. Religious bookstores and libraries also have a number of Sunday school lessons that are free. Using these free lesson plans, monthly themes can be developed. During December, numerous projects can be chosen allowing children to learn while working on craft projects, gifts or practicing writing or reading skills. Using a monthly plan eliminates last minute preparations of teachers who volunteer their time or have responsibilities outside their home or church.
Using Bible verses is a great way to develop preschool Sunday school lesson free. Many verses can be incorporated into story time, projects involving crayons, paint, paper shapes and items found in nature. Both the Old and New Testaments have Bible verses that provide valuable lessons for children. A Sunday school lesson on Joseph's coat of many colors might include paper dolls that are dressed in a coat glued on with strips of multi-colored paper. A time line of Jesus' life is a great way to include many Bible verses over a period of weeks. Each week children complete a project that is placed on the timeline placed on the wall of the classroom. Children love stories and using reading books to help reinforce the Bible verses is a great way to help them learn valuable life lessons.
With some creativity, standard alphabet activities can become preschool Sunday school lessons free. Creating Bible themed alphabet pages using large upper and lower case letters and words or pictures of Bible related items is simple. A is for apple can be part of a lesson about Adam and Eve and temptation. B is for boy can be used as part of a lesson about Able and Cain, which can also be used for the letters A and C. These types of projects can include Bible foods, animals and plants that will open many avenues for addition Bible verse study and skill building for children.
Using games to teach valuable life lessons found in the Bible adds excitement to any Sunday school classroom. Locate a Bible verse and intertwine it into a game that children already know. The story of Mary riding a donkey into Jerusalem allows a rousing game of pin the tail on the donkey to be part of the lesson. The story of Noah and the ark can become an active partner game. Using pairs of paper animals each child is given one paper animal. When the music starts the children look for the child who has the same animal, holding hands they stand next to Noah. Noah can be a picture, a student or a teacher. This game also helps foster cooperation and friendship, as no single animal was allowed into the ark and everyone and every animal worked together.
Finding preschool Sunday school lessons free online or from other church resources can be fast and easy. Developing new and exciting ways to help children learn Bible lessons will keep them excited wanting to learn more.