Lesson Unit: God’s Creation

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God’s Creation Unit (Five Lessons)

“In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.” So begins the written Word of God—the Bible, the Book in and through which God reveals Himself to humanity. In the first three chapters of Genesis, we learn some very important things about God, the world, life, death, and right and wrong. This God’s Creation unit will help older preschoolers understand some of the biblical teachings about creation, and it will encourage them to respond in fitting ways to God and His creative work.

Lessons in this unit are listed below. Just click on each lesson title to access the individual lessons. A printable PDF of the Unit Overview Page is accessible here.

Unit Bible Lessons

God Made the World

This free lesson is the first in a five-lesson unit called “God’s Creation.” It focuses on the initial creation of the world and universe and reveals that God is a good and powerful God. He is worthy of our love and service!

God Made the Plants

Trees, flowers, and vegetables are all plants and God made all of them! In this free lesson, preschoolers will learn that plants didn’t come into being by accident, but as a result of God’s creative work.

God Made the Animals

God made all the animals—wild and tame, large and small, loud and quiet. This free lesson will help preschoolers understand that animal life should remind us of God’s greatness.

God Made People

People were, and are, God’s highest form of creation. This free lesson will help preschoolers learn that they, and all people, are made by God and are infinitely valuable!

People Disobeyed God

Even though God had placed Adam and Eve in a “good” world, this free lesson will teach preschoolers that they disobeyed God. Still, God loved them! And He loves us, too, even when we sin.

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