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The Promised Land in LEGO!


Here is a one hour programme for Kids’ club about Moses sending the 12 spies into the Promised Land and how to use LEGO as part of the programme.

Programme:

35 minutes Bible teaching

25 minutes LEGO building

5 minutes playing, taking photos and making a display of their creation.

The story of the 12 spies Numbers 13-14 and Deuteronomy 1:19 - 46.

We started with singing one song.

Then I began the story of the 12 spies. You can find a way to teach the story and questions for a quiz in Child Evangelism Fellowship series called “Moses lawgiver” by using the following link: http://www.teachkids.eu/pdfs/moses_lawgiver.pdf. It is free and available for all and it’s the third lesson in the series called “Exploring the new land.”

Another song

The Bible verse: Isaiah 12,2a: Surely God is my salvation; I will trust and not be afraid.

The quiz: I made 12 different medals with Heaven written on them. On the back I wrote the points 50, 200, 250, 300 and 500. I divided the kids into two teams and when a team answered correctly, they could pick a medal and see how many points they had won for their team. The team with the most points won.

We ended this session with a prayer.

LEGO Building

“Today’s Challenge” was to build a land made out of milk and honey. I had made a slideshow with different landscapes built of LEGO with images found on Google images. In our Bible teaching I had taught the children, that the people of Israel were promised the Promised Land and Caleb and Joshua trusted that God would give it to them. In the same way, If we trust in the Lord Jesus and receive him as our Lord and Saviour, then He has promised us Heaven which is a glorious and wonderful place. The aim with the building was to make the children reflect on how Heaven might be.

After 25 minutes of building, we made a display of the children’s creations and asked them to explain what they had made. We took pictures of the children and their creations before ending the programme.

It was funny to see that most of the children had taken today’s challenge literally and built rivers with milk and honey and other had thought of creating the best place they could wish for.

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