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Psalm 19 | Games

 

Psalm - Games

 

Psalm 19 starts with the heavens, the sun and it’s ‘tent’, the creation crying out the glory of God, and then it switches suddenly and looks not out the window but down to the written word, the messages of God wrapped up in feeble letters and wobbly grammar. All these games take their inspiration directly from those ideas and specific verses in the text.

 

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Necessary rules – There can be multiple winners and losers, everyone has until to the count of 10 before the winner is announced. Read 1 rule and say go! Judge the winner on all 5 rules. Reveal another rule and repeat.
Rules:
1. Look at the leaders.
2. Touch something red.
3. Stand on one leg.
4. Smile.
5. Be silent.
Link: We have the best life when we know all the instructions, seeing the sun was not enough.
 

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Psalm 19 | Craft 2

 

Psalm 19 begins with a beautiful description of God’s creation praising him, marvelling at the beauty of the sun as it races it’s way across the expanse of sky. This has to be one of the most iconic childhood crafts, that of a mobile. This is deliberately stripped back so you can go nuts decorating it with textures – think cotton wool, sparkly sequins, sun rays of coloured matchsticks etc. Psalm 19 | Craft 2

 
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Psalm 19 | Craft 1

 

Psalm 19 begins with a beautiful description of God’s creation praising him, marvelling at the beauty of the sun as it races it’s way across the expanse of sky. This has to be one of the most iconic childhood crafts, that of a mobile. This is deliberately stripped back so you can go nuts decorating it with textures – think cotton wool, sparkly sequins, sun rays of coloured matchsticks etc. Psalm 19 | Craft 1

 
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Psalm 19 | Colouring pages

 

Psalm 19 colouring pages

The Psalm lessons each have two colouring pages in place of the usual Hero Resources.
These will print on either A4 or US letter sized paper as they are made slightly bigger than both.

The images are displayed small here, click on the image you wish to have, then save the image that loads.
(These images are not copyright free, they are for personal/classroom use only.)

 

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Psalm 19 | Story

 
Psalm 19 | Story

Essential Teachers notes:
This week we look at Psalm 19 – I’ve just used some of the early verses here but older groups may want to read the whole thing. It’s a passage about the glory of creation pointing us towards God. Rather than tell a story about the passage we will incorporate the verses into the ‘talk’ time.

These psalm lessons follow the Lectionary passages for the six weeks of year B Lent.

Use this or a similar story of your choice from a favourite bible translation or story book. This version is supplied for inspiration, feel free to omit or embellish to give it your personal voice.

Main passage: Psalm 19
Additional Passages: none specific.

PDF available by clicking on the image above.

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