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Sodom and Gomorrah Craft

God had to destroy Sodom and Gomorrah in order to keep the evil there from growing any more and hurting even more people. This is the primary lesson behind the story. But this didn’t mean Lot and his family didn’t love their home in the city and grieve over having to leave it. Sometimes we grow to love things that aren’t healthy or good for us. When God calls us to leave behind that which is evil or unhealthy, we should look forward to His plan and purposes rather than looking back at what we’ve grown to love. This is part of what it means to love God more than the things of this world. This Sodom and Gomorrah craft will encourage kids to look to God in their lives rather than looking back or looking at circumstances in their lives.

Note: This free craft is also available as a downloadable PDF.

Bible Story: Sodom and Gomorrah

Bible Text: Genesis 19:1-26

Suggested Learning Outcome: This glue and salt craft will reinforce the Sodom and Gomorrah story found in Genesis 19:1-26, and encourage kids to look to God in their lives rather than looking back or looking at circumstances in their lives.

Supplies List: (See image.)
Black (dark) construction paper for each child
Baking sheet (to catch excess salt)
Pencils for children
White Glue
Table salt

 

Instructions:

Step 1. On the black paper write, “Do not look back, look to God,” in pencil. (See image.)

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Step 2. Go over the pencil letters with glue. (See image.) If you are doing this with a large group of children, you can pour glue into small disposable cups and allow the children to trace the lines with glue using q-tips.

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Step 3. Shake salt onto the glue words. You might want to place a baking sheet under the paper to catch extra salt. (See image.)

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Step 4. Shake off the extra salt and allow the glue to dry. (See image.)

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