Who Were the First People? {The Catechism and Kids}

Who Were the First People? {The Catechism and Kids}

This week, we’re continuing with our modified Catechism questions and answers. We’ve talked briefly about the Scriptures and where they came from and now we turn our attention to the first people on earth.   Here’s a video we used to help recap the Bible lessons from the last few weeks from one of my favorite series, What’s in the Bible with Phil Vischer.

This week’s questions are:

Q16: Who were the first people?

A: Adam and Eve

Who were the first people

Q17: How did God create people?

A: God created them in his own image from the dust of the ground.

How did God create people

Our supporting Scripture is Psalm 100:3a:

Know that the Lord is God.  It is he who made us, and we are His.  

Our Monthly Memory Verse is: 2 Timothy 3:16

 

For our lesson time, we’ll talk about the Creation account as well as Adam’s responsibilities in the garden.  If you’re looking for coordinating activities, crafts, or games — ideas abound online, but I’ll highlight a few of my favorites below!

Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden

Grab this and other great coloring pages at What’s in the Bible!

More Creation Themed Activities for Kids

FREE Emergent Reader to teach the story of Creation. Great for EARTH DAY!

God Gave Us the Earth Printables for Pre-K and Kindergarten

Note to ELRAC Team: Already in the dropbox!

Make Magnets or Cards with these Free Printables!

Song about Genesis with the Bentley Brothers

God Made the Earth and Me from The Pearces Blog

WonderFoam® Face Masks - Multicultural - 24 Pcs

Grab a set of these (I think I might even have some in my office) and have kids make self-portraits.  You could also use paper plates and yarn!

Airplane

Use paper airplanes to talk about the “Made in God’s Image” concept.  Lesson from Ministry to Children.  Image via Flickr.

Camera

God’s Creation Photo Gallery: Send kids outside with a digital camera and take pictures of what God has made.  Be sure to include pictures of classmates!  Assemble the pictures in a fun slideshow via Animoto.  Image via Flickr.

Image (reflection)

Use this lesson with older kids to talk about what it means to have an image and the importance of carrying around the image of God.  Photo via Flicker.

More Stuff to Check Out:

Songs to Sing:

 

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