Creation

Summary

  1. This teaching activity is based on John Birch's "Creation Crazy" sermon.
  2. In the original activity, a narrator tells the story of Creation while another person rushes back and forth to a central table, placing props on it to represent different aspects of Creation. In order to involve the children as much as possible, this version uses children - and some adults - to bring the various props to the table.
  3. The activity is followed by some teaching about Creation.

People

Notes on the Props

John Birch's suggested props are imaginative and fun, and can easily be adpted to your own circumstances.

Preparation

Teaching Notes

There are so many aspects of Creation that you could choose to bring out in your teaching. Here are a few ideas that you might like to bring to the children's attention - or you could focus on just one of them, and draw it out in more detail.




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