Bible Story: Aaron finds himself watching his brother, Moses, struggle to lead during a battle. Instead of ignoring his brother, he hopped to it and helped. Holding someone else’s arms up, literally, is a BIG job, but the battle was won and the rest is history.
Story Focus: God helps me help others. Moses needed help, and Aaron and Hur were there to help him. When they helped Moses, God’s army was able to win the battle.
“We have (cross arms in front of you, fists pumped) the Lord our God (one hand on hip, the other pointing to the sky) to help us (both hands on hips).” 2 Chronicles 32:8 (hold hands open like a book)
Parents, please click HERE for a fun video to use as another tool to help your preschooler remember this month’s memory verse.
Please take some time to check out this month’s new extended activities. We’re here to partner with you and offer suggestions to extend the Bible lesson throughout the week. Please click HERE to take advantage of the additional activities and articles that will enhance your preschooler’s spiritual growth!
A widget is a specific tool which coincides with the Bible lessons, bottom lines, or memory verse each month. These widgets are given to aide in the preschooler’s retention of the Bible lessons from church to home. In May, preschoolers will get a hoppy frog. We hope this will help them remember to Hop to It because God can help you to do big things! Click HERE to check it out.
Do you know what songs your kids are singing this month? Click below to listen to the music your child will be singing during the month of May along with some other fun preschool songs.