Wednesday, 16 October 2013

CBC Lesson from 20 th to 26 th of October


Proverbs 6.6

Teach children that laziness displeases God.

“Go to the ant, you sluggard; consider its ways and be wise!” (Proverbs 6.6)


Take to the class pictures of a sloth and ants. Start by saying: Do you know the names of these animals? (Wait their participation). This is the sloth that sleeps 14 hours a day; it lives hanging in trees and hardly comes out of them. These are ants that we know very well because we always find them walking around carrying something to eat. Today we will talk about a Proverb where ants are mentioned, let’s hear the story? Then pay attention!


TAYNA AND Paul were twins and they were 10 years old. They attended  but they didn’t pay attention on the class, they were so lazy and always complaining.
Both of them were always arriving late in school because they were so slow in getting out of bed and they let their mother, Mrs. Rose, a long time trying to wake them up. Paul did his homework very slowly and he could only think about getting home and play on the computer. The teachers were always drawing the attention on him and Mrs. Rose was always called to the school.
When they got home, they used to throw everything around the living room: backpacks, snickers and let all disorganized. Tanya ran to play with her dolls and Paul with the computer and they only did their homework when Mrs. Rose said so.
After playing, Tanya left her dolls all over the place and Paul always forgot to turn off the computer and their mother ended up putting back on the place the dolls, the backpacks, the snickers and finally organizing the mess. Mrs. Rose was teaching her children that they shouldn’t be lazy, but no use.
One day, the educator of  was teaching a verse that says: “Go to the ant, you sluggard; consider its ways and be wise.” When listening to the verse, Tanya asked its meaning and the educator explained that God teaches through this Word that He does not like laziness and tells us to observe the ants; they are so small and they live searching for food, when they find it soon carry it on. God teaches us to observe the example of the ants for us to be wise and smart like them.
Paul and Tanya confessed they were not being smart because they were being dominated by laziness. Then the educator said that it depends only on them for not being lazy and act differently. The twins understood and, from that day on, they changed behavior and became organized and studious.


The attitude of the twins harmed them in school and made their mother sad. Laziness harms many people and still displeases God. If you have been acting like the twins of the story then ask God to change your behavior for you to be blessed.
Ler foneticamente


            For this moment you will need newspaper balls (secular newspaper) and two plastic bags. Spread the balls over the floor next to you, in front of the class, call two children (same age and height) and give them the bags.
            Start by saying: I am going to make a game. They should pick up the balls and put them inside the bag they are holding, but (say the name of one kid) should put one of the hands back and use just the other, while (say the name of the other kid) can use both hands. Later we will count how many balls each one could get. Educator, start the game and when there is no more balls on the floor, take the bags and count with the class. Educator, possibly the child who used both hands must win the game. Ask: Why (say the name of the kid who used only one hand) could not get more balls then (say the name of the kid who used both hands) and win the game? Wait their participation and conclude by saying: Class, just as (say the name of the kid who used only one hand) had difficulty to perform this game because he could not use one hand, so it is with the lazy person because laziness prevents us from performing tasks properly. Little friends, we must not be lazy, because if we act like this we will displease God and we don’t want that, right? (Wait their participation). So, if you were lazy until today, determine that from now on this situation changes, ok! Who understood say amen!
            Educator, don’t forget to memorize the verse of the week with the children.



Let’s paint?

Using crayons paint Paul from the story.


Coloring and meditating the verse

We have learned today that we should not be lazy.


Organizing and memorizing

Cut and glue in the frame the ants in the right order from the verse.

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