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Goliath (1 Samuel 17) | Worksheet

The aim behind this worksheet is to get the children to mentally wander beyond the facts of the story of Goliath and consider how we are threatened by size. We get to wonder, to ‘tweet’, to put the facts side by side, and then to wonder again. It can be completed with pictures in the place or words if your group finds letters difficult.

To complete this worksheet the children need need colouring pens, pencils or crayons.

The PDF can be downloaded by clicking on the images.


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3 responses to “Goliath (1 Samuel 17) | Worksheet”

  1. I see there are many others as well. They’re GREAT lesson sheets! I like that many of them are on people who aren’t usually featured in lessons. I hope I didn’t seem critical for the sake of being mean in my previous comment. I LOVE the sheets. But I feel I have to say (in love) that there’s a big error that needs addressing, because many teachers/parents won’t want to use something that is spelled improperly, for the reason I listed above. I hope you understand what I’m saying. I’d love to use these materials and hope you’ll consider correcting the error. Also hope I’m coming across the right way and not mean or harsh. 🙂

    • I totally understand, and I’m so very grateful for your comment. Grammar and spelling are not my strongest skills. I have never had any comments before, but if it is a barrier to you then it probably is to others too. It will take me a while but I will change them all to ‘bible hero’ – I hope that is OK. Adding the ‘e’ would work out as a lot more work.

  2. This would be perfect if it said “Bible Heroes”. It’s critical to model good spelling & usage to kids, so I wouldn’t be able to use it as is.

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