When God was ready to deliver the Hebrew people from Egyptian bondage, He sent Moses to confront Pharaoh and tell him to let the people go. This story illustration will help kids learn what happened in this encounter, and that God is Lord over all people.
God Showed His Power To Pharaoh
God sent Moses to Pharaoh (king of Egypt) to demand that he let the Hebrews go, but Pharaoh was stubborn and refused. God therefore demonstrated His power on the Israelites' behalf. These Bible activities highlight the plague in which frogs infested Egypt.
This froggy puppet craft, based on Exodus 5–12, will help children learn and remember that God has power over animals and men, just as he showed Pharaoh during the plagues. Kids will enjoy creating and then playing with this fun puppet frog!
This printable coloring page, based on Exodus 8:1-10, will help children understand that God has the power to accomplish His purposes. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.
What did the plagues that came upon Egypt prove about God? He is a great and powerful God. This word tiles activity highlights this important Bible truth.
This word line up puzzle is a great review of God’s working to free His people as He sent ten plagues on Pharaoh and the land of Egypt.
A whopping 19 differences exist between these two images of Moses confronting Pharaoh! Some of them are less obvious than others, but your kids still will be able to find them all!
This puppet craft features Moses and Pharaoh in Pharaoh’s throne room with dozens of frogs surrounding them. God was sending Pharaoh a strong message.
This match game features the plague that occurred when frogs invaded Egypt. Give your kids a chance to play this game and see how many frog tiles they can match!