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Abram and Lot Sunday School Lesson

Abram was a man of God and followed his instructions. Through this lesson children learn from Abram's example how they should esteem others; how Abram treated Lot as better than himself and let him pick first. This lesson is available in both an older and younger children's lesson.

(A complete lesson with color sheets, Bible verse cards, a background scene for a puppet skit, printable paper Bible puppets, a song, and fun games and activities are all included in this lesson and available to members on The Resource Room.)

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Play "Candyland or Toy Land?"

Sunday School Abram's and Lot's animals Bible Puppets from www.daniellesplace.com

1.Before class set up Candyland and Toyland - Place candy on one side of the room and cheap toys on the other.

2. In class divide your children up into "Abrams" and "Lots". "Abrams should stand in one line and "Lots" in the other.

3. Have the first "Abram" and "Lot" in line come to the front of the room. Tell your children that Candyland is on the right and Toyland is on the left. Instruct "Abram" to say, "Lot, let's not fight. If you to go to the right, I will go to the left. "Lot" then gets to choose which way he will go and "Abram" must go in the opposite direction. If "Lot" picks Toyland, he gets to pick one toy. If he picks Candyland, he gets to pick on piece of candy. "Abram" must go the opposite direction and pick one item from his land.

Sunday School Abram's People Bible Puppet  from www.daniellesplace.com

4. Keep playing until you get to the end of the line. Ask the "Abrams" how they felt about letting the "Lots" pick first. Ask them if they think Abram in the story felt the same way. After the "Abrams" have had a chance to share their feelings, have all the "Abrams" turn into "Lots" and all the "Lots" turn into "Abrams" and play the game again.

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Candyland - Toyland Pretend Play for Preschool Children

The teacher pretends to be Abram and the children are all "Lots". Each time a child comes up the teacher says, "Lot, lets not have any fighting. If you go left. (Point to Candyland), I'll go right (Point to Toyland). If you go right, I'll go left. The child then gets to pick which way he or she wants to go.

 

 

Act Out the Story with Puppets

Abraham and Lot Stick Puppets for Sunday School from www.daniellesplace.com

This is a great activity to help older children remember the story.

Place your children into groups of two or three and have each group practice a skit using the Abraham and Lot puppets. They may want to write down the skit before preforming it. Suggest one person move the puppets while the other children in the group talk for the puppets.

Have your children take turns acting out the story with the puppets.

Children may also want to make herdsmen, animals and more people puppets to act out the story. (Printable patterns available to members.)

Member's Abraham and Lot Puppet Pattern

Children can also act out the story without the puppets, and change the story to a modern-day scenario.

If you have a video camera, record the puppet skits and play them back the next week as a review of the story.

 

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Sing "Let's Not Fight"

Let's Not Fight

Written by Carolyn Warvel
Sing to the tune of "Old MacDonald's Had a Farm"

Let's not argue or have a fight, Abram said to Lot.
If you go left, then I'll go right, whatever you want to do. (Step to the left and then the right, then put your hands up in the signing "I don't know".)
With a step to the right and a step to the left, (Step to the right and then step to the left.)
Here a step, there a step (Steep right, then left.)
Everywhere a step-step (Step in place twice.)
Right or left you get to pick, it's all up to you. (Point right then left.)

Let's not argue or have a fight, Abram said to Lot.
If you go left, then I'll go right, whatever you want to do. (Hop to the left and then to the right, then put your hands up in the signing "I don't know".)
With a hop to the right and a hop to the left, (Hop to the right and then hop to left.)
Here a hop, there a hop (hop right, then left.)
Everywhere a hop-hop (hop in place twice.)
Right or left you get to pick, it's all up to you. (Point right then left.)

Repeat using: Jump, shuffle, slide, march, walk, circle.

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