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Week 1 - Creation
Bible Time FUN Through the Bible
Kids Bible Lesson 1 - God Created the World
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Welcome to our first week of Bible Time FUN Through the Bible. In this week's Bible lesson, your toddler will learn the Bible story of Creation.

 

I hope you enjoy this week of activities – it’s very simple and super fun. I’d love to know how much you’re enjoying Bible Time, so leave a comment or share using the hashtag #bibletimefun. If anything below is unclear or if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask.


Don't forget to read the introduction to my children's Bible lessons first, if you haven't already.

Children's Bible Lesson about creation - Key Concepts
The key concepts that we focused on this week are:

  • God created everything.

  • Everything God created is good.

  • God rested on the seventh day.

You can also come up with your own key concepts.

kids Bible Verse
The Bible verse for this lesson is Genesis 1:1 “In the beginning God created heaven and earth.”
This Bible verse should be simple enough for your toddler to memorize after a week of practice.

Bible Story Tips

  • We read “God Created the World” beginning on page 1 of Bible-Time Stories and Rhymes children's storybook.

  • During story draw attention to the key concepts for this lesson.

  • After the first few readings, pause at certain points and let your child say the next word. For example, I read: “On day one God said, “Let there be….” At that point my daughters shout out “LIGHT!”

  • I ask questions that reflect the key concepts of the story. By the end of the week, the questions become more of a discussion as my girls talk about what they have learned from the story.

  • After the Bible story and question session, we stand up and do the interactive rhyme. After the first few times of doing the rhyme, I pause to let the girls finish the lines.

  • By the end of the week the girls are reciting entire rhyme (or the majority of the rhyme).