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God Made Me Bible Lesson 7

Lesson 7 - My Happy Heart

 

God created us to do good things. He made us to glorify him and he wants us to have a happy heart. We can be happy when we make God our Lord, obey him, pray, and give thanks. (A complete lesson is available to members only on The Resource Room.)

 

"God Made Me" Poster with Bible Verse

God Made Me Activity Sheet Sunday School Bible Craft from www.daniellesplace.com

God Made Me Boy Printable

God Made Me Girl Printable from www.daniellesplace.com

God Made Me Girl Printable

Children color the picture and glue the words in the correct box. They can also glue on a felt heart or happy face sticker over the heart in the picture.

(To view the complete lesson on The Resource Room and print out the patterns click on the link to this lesson above.)

Member's God Made Me Pattern

Instant Download Pattern $2.00 - purchase  view cart - Includes both boy and girl printables in NIV and KJV

 

 

Play "Pin the Happy Heart on the Child" Game

Play like "Pin the Tail on the Donkey". Use the patterns provided. (To view the complete lesson on The Resource Room and print out the patterns click on the link to this lesson above.)

 

 

Happy Heart Pins or Necklaces

Print out heart shapes onto red card stock (Heavy Paper) and cut them out. Have your children draw a happy face on one side. Have them think of one thing they can be thankful for and write it on the other side of the heart. Roll up a piece of tape and tape it to the back of the hearts and to the children's clothes. Or punch holes in the hearts and tie a string on so they can wear them as necklaces. (To view the complete lesson on The Resource Room and print out the patterns click on the link to this lesson above.)

Home School Materials are also Included in this Lesson, Including Art Ideas:

 

 

Cutting Heart Shapes

Show your children how to fold a piece of paper in half and cut half a heart shape on the fold. Unfold the paper to show them the whole shape. Have them practice making hearts.

 

 

Happy Heart Pins or Necklaces

Print out heart shapes onto red card stock (Heavy Paper) and cut them out. Have your children draw a happy face on one side. Have them think of one thing they can be thankful for and write it on the other side of the heart. Roll up a piece of tape and tape it to the back of the hearts and to the children's clothes.

 

 

Drawing

After talking about idioms (From the "Fun With Letters and Words" section) have your children pick one of the idioms and draw a picture using the literal meaning and the implied meaning of the idiom. For example, if the child picks "broken hearted", he may draw a picture of a heart broken into many pieces and a picture of someone very sad.

Follow the link above for even more educational activities including: Art, fun with numbers, fun with letters and words, physical fitness, cooking, and just for fun ideas.

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I am Wonderfully Made Books for Children

Audrey Bunny

Audrey Bunny

"Young readers will learn
that everyone is special and wonderfully made by
God."

 

Sunday School Memory Cross Bible craft