For Ages:3-6 y/o Venue: Basketball Court Time & Date: 8-10am April 23, 2010 CIC: Riza I. Sarne
General Objective To impart moral values from the story of Noah and familiarize the children to different kinds of animals.
Specific Objectives: To teach the children the importance of being obedient to God and their parents. To let the children realize how a united family can work together to accomplish a task. To broaden the knowledge of the children about different kinds of animals.
Materials Reading Material* –from Bible for Children, Inc. c. 2007 Coloring sheets = P 25 Crayons/Color Pencils* Pencils* Laptop (for visual presentation)* * Already available
Methodology 1. After having registered, have the children seated in front of the assigned story teller and the visual presentation. 2. Before beginning with the story of Noah’s Ark, assess first how familiar the children are with the story..
Methodology 3. The story teller can now begin reading the story while a visual presentation is being shown on his side. Encourage the children to ask questions as the story goes along. 4. After the story telling, ask the children some questions to assess if they have understood the story. Get feedback if they like or do not like the story. Process their answers
Methodology 5. Give each child a coloring sheet and ask him to color and label the different pairs of animals. Other members of the Children’s Committee may help some children in their work. Ask one of the children to show his work to the group. 6. If all the children have finished their work, the story teller should identify the different animals found in the coloring sheet. He will also give information about these animals
6. Close the activity with a review of the lessons learned in the story.
Expected Outcome: At the end of the activity, children are expected to be more obedient to their parents or guardians, and to God. They will be more cooperative with their family. The children will gain further insights about different kinds of animals.
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