Reinforce and emphasize a study of the biblical creation.
Students would hear the story of the creation and then place their die-cut in the appropriate pocket. They could talk about other things created on each day. For each of the seven days of creation, die-cut shapes appropriate to each day. For example, on the first day the light was separated from the dark. On the second day, the waters were separated from the land. On the third day, fruits, plants and all forms of vegetation appeared. On the fourth day, the sun, moon and stars appeared. On the fifth day, the fish and birds appeared. On the sixth day, man and the animals were created. On the seventh day, He rested. Any Church, the Open Book (representing the Bible), or other symbol of faith could be used here. Jewish schools could use the Torah.
Children place objects representing the different days of creation in corresponding library card pockets.
Supplies Used: Cardstock, Double-Sided Tape, Glue, Marking Pens, Scissors
The teacher will die-cut the materials for student use prior to the lesson.
Fine Arts: Visual Arts
Standard 3: Choosing and Evaluating a Range of Subject Matter, Symbols and Ideas
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