To make cutting faster staple several sheets together so that they match up and cut them out all together. When cutting out the feet don't worry about cutting around each bump and indent, just cut them straight. Fold in the two corners of the bottom of the bag that will be the bottom of the sheep's head and glue them down. In class have the children glue the head on the bottom of the bag and the feet on the inside fold of the bag.
Also have them glue on some fiberfill or cotton balls and a bow on the head. Highlighter Markers I like these because they are very easy to color with and no matter where they color you can still see the picture.
Before class print out the display box pattern onto cardstock and cut them out on the solid lines. Print out the sheep's head pattern onto cardstock and cut them out. Cut pipe cleaners into one inch pieces and fold them in half. Glue them onto the sheep's body pompoms with the pointy ends of the pipe cleaners sticking into the body. Give each child a sheep body with the legs glued on and a sheep head. Let them glue the head onto the sheep.
You may want to prepare the sheep before class because they will want to play with the sheep and you will probably have to keep gluing the heads on. Show the children were Psalm 23 is in their Bible. Tell them that it is located just about in the middle of the Bible. Close your Bible and let the children try to open it to the 23rd Psalm.
Have them place the shepherd and sheep bookmark in your Bible at the 23rd Psalm. Before class make small round pancakes. In class show your children how to sift powdered sugar on top of them to make them white.
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Add chocolate chips eyes, a raisin nose, marshmallows ears, and a licorice string mouth. Instead of pancakes you can cut pieces of bread into round shapes, toast it, spread on butter, and then sift on the powdered sugar. Sent in by Nancy Foss. Before class print out the picture of the sheep and the sheep parts page. If they roll a one, they get to draw the sheep's body.
If they roll a two, they draw the sheep's ears, etc. The sheep parts page tells which parts the children should draw according to which number they roll. If they roll a number that they already rolled, they don't draw anything on that turn. The child who draws the completed sheep first wins. If you have a lot of children in your class, break them up into two teams.
Place a big sheet of paper on the wall for each team and have each team work on drawing a sheep. If you have very young children, instead of having them draw the parts, cut out sheep parts before class and just have them tape the sheep parts up on the wall. Provide shower scrunchies or sponge balls and white paint for the children. Show them how to dip the ball into the paint and press it onto their paper Use a dark colored construction paper. Use a smaller ball for the head. Let the paint dry and show them how to add eyes, nose, and legs to complete the picture.
Before class draw a picture of a sheep on a large piece of paper. In class have the children take turns telling something that God gives us or how he takes care of us and then have them roll the die. The child gets to glue that many cotton balls onto the sheep picture. Keep playing until the sheep is completely dressed.
You can also have the child say the Bible verse before he rolls the die.
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We would love to hear your comments about this lesson. If you taught this lesson, we would love to hear how it went, if you changed anything, added anything, what age you taught and was it appropriate. Any comments that would help others teach this lesson are welcome. These lessons your doing on Psalm 23 are wonderful!
I used the paper bag sheep in class on Sunday and the children loved it. Good job! I am looking forward to the rest of the lessons on this series. Thanks for doing them! I started the first lesson on the series Psalm The kids really seemed interested the whole time. They especially enjoyed drawing the sheep game. I copied the memory sheet and they are going to learn a verse a week. I told them at the end if they can say all of the verses I will give them one of the little lamb puppets.
Thanks for all of your great work! Love ya, Barb. I have been using the 23 Psalm lessons in my children's church for ages 2 to 4 year olds. They have loved the puppet lamb, Woolie. I didn't want to take the time to make one, so I bought a small stuffed lamb at the dollar tree and then cut the bottom open and pulled the stuffing out. With pages of printable resources, this Psalm 23 printable pack is filled with Bible activities and worksheets that will also help children practice and improve their math and literacy skills.
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This printable pack is a wonderful addition to our Bible Printable Packs in the Proverbial Homemaker store. They are perfect supplements to family devotions, Bible studies, or Sunday school lessons. Teach life lessons and godly character through the Bible story of David for kids! Thank You Tauna for this great resource! I am excited to start this with my girls! Thank you for sharing the gift that God has given you with others!
If you are a human, do not fill in this field. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Psalm 23 Printable Pack. Colouring Pages — Decorate or colour as you wish and hang up to decorate your rooms. I Spy — These pages are great for counting practice. Woolie, why do you have a Band-Aid on your nose?
Did you get hurt? Teacher : Oh, you took that shortcut. You thought that would get you to the green pastures quicker, didn't you? Teacher : But Woolie, didn't you see that there were also a lot of dangerous things along the shortcut path? Teacher : Don't you know that the good shepherd knows all the right paths. He knows the best ways for you to go.
He would never lead you in a way that was bad for you. It may seem like it is the hard way or the long way, but he knows the best way for you. Teacher : Do you remember that time you had a fight with your friend Sammy and you didn't know How to make about it? Woolie shakes her head yes.
We talked about it and read some scriptures in the Bible, and they helped you to know what was the right thing to do. You guys made up, and now you are best friends. God told you through his words that the right thing to do would be to forgive Sammy. God leads us through his words helping us to make the right choices just like your good shepherd leads you on the right paths.
Teacher : Woolie I hope you feel better soon. Will you come back and visit us next week? The last two weeks we have been talking about how God is our shepherd. He takes cares of us and gives us everything we need. Does anyone remember where we find the 23rd Psalm in the Bible? Let a child come up and try to find Psalm Today we are going to read the third verse in this Psalm. Open the Bible and read the verse. He shows you the right things to do just like Woolie's shepherd shows his sheep the right paths to follow.
Following God's word seems hard sometimes and not very fun, but when we follow God, we will be truly happy. Lead me in thy truth, and teach me. If you don't have a lot of time in class for crafts or extra help, you may want to assemble the sheep before class and just have your children glue on the fiberfill and sign.
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In class have your children stuff the paper bag with wrinkled up pieces of scrap paper. Newspaper will leave black ink on their hands. Staple the bag closed at the top. Glue or tape on the legs and head. Glue the sign onto one hoof. Spread glue over the body and stick pieces of fiberfill onto the glue. If you are using the clear plastic bags, have your children stuff the plastic bags with wrinkled up pieces of tissue paper. Before class place a 2" x 4" piece of lumber or a wide piece of tape on the floor. Have your children line up behind one end of the board.
Tape a piece of paper to the opposite wall with the word "God" written on it.
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