Books: God Gave Us Christmas, Snowmen at Night, Christmas Cookies: Bite-Size Holiday Lessons, No Matter What
Worksheets: Having an Attitude Like Jesus
Activities: Block to Block, pointy ice cream cone, frosting, assorted candies, bean bags
Character Traits: "Bee" Attitudes - Kindness, Patient, Responsible, Love
Books of the Bible: Genesis - Lamentations
Sight Words: I, a, the, of, you, and, is, in, was, to, that, it, on, for, he
Fine Motor Skill: Ice Cream Cone Trees
Gross Motor Skill: Bean Bags
Visual Perception Skill: Block-to-Block
For the last fifteen weeks we have been learning what is looks like to be a follower of Jesus, a Christian. With the help of the Holy Spirit, our attitude and "bee"havior should be like His. Each week, the child filled out the "Bee" Attitude printable. To complete this unit, combine the finished bee hives to create a book. Use the "Bee" Having an Attitude Like Jesus printable for the cover of the book. Color the hive and bees, cut out and glue on a large piece of construction paper.
- Play the “Opposites Game”
“I am going to say a word and I want you to say the opposite.”
- Opposite Character Traits
Discuss various character traits learned during the past seventeen weeks. Focus on the positive and negative aspects of each.
• Fine Motor Skills:
Ice Cream Cone Tree
Place a pointy ice cream cone (sugar cone) upside down on a plate. Frost and decorate with assorted candies. Discuss colors, spatial concepts, and sorting during the project. Turn into a Christmas tree if desired.
• Gross Motor Skills:
On several pieces of paper write the number 0-10. Lay the pieces of paper on the floor. Throw a bean bag at the papers and jump up and down representing the number it lands on. Then spread the numbers farther apart and have the child run to the number called.
• Visual Perception Skill:
Block to Block
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