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Prodigal Son (Luke 15) | Make 1


This Prodigal son craft is a classic and simple enough for any age. The scene of the father running to meet his son is a beautiful reminder of God’s love for us. Prodigal Son (Luke 15) | Make 1

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Prodigal Son (Luke 15) | Heroes

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Prodigal Son (Luke 15) | Talk

Prodigal Son (Luke 15) | Talk
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Today’s hero is The prodigal son, because he shows us the Fathers love.

Essential Teachers notes:
If there ever was a story you probably don’t need notes for this would be a contender, it’s also a great story to read directly from the bible. However, you’ll notice this version pads out a little of the assumptions that the story holds making it a touch more explicit for little ears. As always, this is just a guide, do use your own words.

Main Passage : Luke 15

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Miriam’s song – the Red Sea (Exodus 15) | Make 2


The story of the parting of the red sea is so very visual it’s hard to resist the urge to curl paper and dive into creating a scene. This version has the depth that’s needed without the hundred strips of paper, so it shouldn’t flatten too easy on the trip home. Miriam heads up the crowd while Moses stands aloof, on a classic overhanging rock, watching the crowd move. While there is quite a bit of cutting it’s really simple to put together. Miriam’s song – the Red Sea (Exodus 15) | Make 2

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Miriam’s song – the Red Sea (Exodus 15) | Direct

Miriam’s song – Parting the Red Sea Worksheet
This worksheet follows the story of the parting of the red sea, going from Pharaoh’s regret through to Miriam’s song of Joy. This worksheet would work well as an extension activity or review, for an individual or as small group work – some of the questions would work well as small group discussions.

To complete the worksheet you will need some colored pens or pencils and to turn your thinking caps on!

The PDF can can be downloaded by clicking on the image.

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