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Wowo okan ti o dun mi - Eko #3

By the end of this lesson the child should be able to:

• Identify with Joseph betrayal Genesis 37 25-28
• Name their feelings
• Identify ways their feelings affect their bodies
• Know that bad things can happen even if we try to do the right thing
• Be given the opportunity to pray and express how they feel
• Be able to express their pain through drawings

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AS KIDS ARRIVE PRIOR TO THE LESSON ACTIVITY


Get the children to colour the Emotions Flash Cards


Allocate one child to colour the Bible Verse Visual Aid.

Supplies needed:

 
 


• Print off the Emotions Flash Cards, cut in half so the faces are separate from the emotion.
• Crayons, scissors.
• Blank cards, pens or pencils for the children to write their name.
• Print off two cell phones or use two phones.
• Jesus costume, white wrap, blue sash and crown. (From Lesson #1)
• Print out musical lyrics..
• Print 'Bible Verse Visual Aid' and get a child to colour it prior to the class.
• Paper and paint for the children to draw and paint their emotions.
• Strips of paper to make paper chains.
• Print English 'A favorite son becomes a slave' colouring pages
• Print the English'Activity Book'
Print the 'Take Home Bible Memory Verse'
• Print the English ‘Helping Children Cope With Grief’ and ‘Emotional Response’ Adult Educational Handouts
• Print the Chapter #3 'And Puppy' one for each child.

1. GAMES: (10 minutes)
Find the feeling game: Place the Emotions Flash Cards face down on the table. Let children turn over two cards at a time. If the cards match, they can keep them and get another turn. If the cards don't match, the next player gets a turn.

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2. TEAM GAMES: (10 minutes)
Divide the team into two teams, boys and girls, one teacher per team. Place the Emotions Flash Cards in a row on a table. Let the children name the emotion. Discuss why they think the face in the picture feels that way.

Ask children how they feel today. Let children write their name on a card and place the card below the emotion that fits their feeling.

Optional: What are some of the feelings you might have when things are bad (Write on strips loops and make them into a chain.)

3. ACTIVE PRAISE CHORUS: (10 minutes)
Optional:
Download English I Have Feelings video

4. INTIMATE WORSHIP: (5 minutes)
Iyan:
Download 'HOW GREAT IS OUR GOD (YORUBA VERSION)'
video


5. TEACHING:
a. Review
(5 minutes)
Last week what did we learn Joseph’s brothers did to him?
(He was betrayed by his brothers and thrown into a pit.) These were pits that were shaped like a bottle. They had a narrow neck, big enough for a bucket to go down. There would be no way to come up and get out. He would be in that well at the bottom, scared, hurt and confused. Imagine how bad he felt!.

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Optional: Download English 'A favorite son becomes a slave' Lesson #3 PowerPoint

Adapted from Bible for Children

 

Iyan: Download 'Omo àyànfe jùlo di erú'
Eko #3 Iwe Itan Iwe Ito Bibeli Yoruba PowerPoint

Gbara lati Bibeli fun Awon omode

b. Learn a Bible Verse (5minutes)
" E wá, e je´ kí á tà á fún àwon ará Ismaeli,"

Genesisi 37:27a

Iyan: Download Ese Bibeli Yoruba Iranlowo Wiwo

Encourage the children to color it and use it to teach the Bible Verse
(Individual crayon packs per child to reduce infection)

 

Iyan: Download 'Omo àyànfe jùlo di erú'
Eko #3 Iwe Itan Iwe Ito Bibeli Yoruba

Gbara lati Bibeli fun Awon omode

 

c. Teach the Lesson (15 minutes)
Introduction:

What a terrible thing for Joseph's brothers to do -- just because they were jealous of their brother. How would you feel? I hope that we would never do anything so terrible, but we can learn from this story that jealousy can cause us to do things that will hurt other people. It is something that we should guard against.

Teaching:
And they sit down to have lunch, verse 25. And while they’re having lunch, somebody spots a caravan coming. Verse 26, Judas said to his brothers, ‘What profit is it for us to kill our brother and cover up his blood? Come; let’s sell him to the Ishmaelites.’” You remember Ishmael? (The son of Haggar, the handmaid of Sarah.)

https://www.sermons4kids.com/joseph_and_his_brothers.htm

We live in a world in which God's people frequently suffer at the hands of others.

Optional: Download English ‘Joseph Sold into Slavery’ video

Does Joseph’s story remind you of anyone else that we read about in the Bible?

All throughout scripture we read about Jesus and how he lived a perfect. But Jesus suffered terrible things, even though he didn’t deserve it, just like Joseph did not deserve it! In fact, people planned truly wicked things to do to him, just like Joseph’s brothers. Jesus was put to death, which is the greatest evil there is! But God is so good and so gracious that He allowed good things to come from this terrible event. Both Jesus and Joseph were stripped of their robes and placed in a pit for three days where they ultimately arose victorious to be great princes and became exalted by God for their great suffering. The stories of Joseph and Jesus are both a kind of "rags to riches" story. Joseph was brought out of the pit and prison to be exalted to the Pharaoh's right hand.

Jesus was brought out from the pit after death and exalted to the Father's right hand.

ENGLISH STORY TIME:

The Story Teller and 'Scruffy' the sock puppet read "And Puppy' Chapter 3 'The Morning After'

Download Chapter 3 of ‘And Puppy’

Optional: Download 'And Puppy' Bible Verses

YORUBA CORONA CRISIS INFORMATION:

Optional: Download ‘An anti-stigma animation against COVID-19 (Yoruba subtitles)’ fidio

Iyan: Download and color ‘Fo awon owo re’.

Encourage the children to express their pain through drawings

Discussion: How are you dealing with your emotions?

Download 'Scruffy' Emotional poster and include it into the Discussion.

Iyan: Download 'Ifiweranse Awon edun'

ENGLISH CORONA CRISIS INFORMATION:

Optional: Download and view English ‘Safety measures’ and ‘Keep your distance’ videos

6. APPLICATION / ENCOUNTERING GOD:
Sit the children around in a circle. “Can you identify with some of the emotions that Joseph must have felt?” (Rejected, betrayed, confused, afraid, unhappy, angry, bitter, frustrated etc)

Let’s close our eyes and share our feels with Jesus.
The pit is not your full potential. Don’t get used to it. You may feel you are in the pit now but you are next in line for a promotion. In one day Joseph went from the prison to the Palace. You may not like where you are today but it could change in one day and today could be the day. This should be your attitude! Losers focus on what they are going through, champions focus on where they are going to! So, remember in the life of Joseph that trials will come, that God controls every event in your life, that everything you are going through is leading to the Palace and don’t give up on you dream because GOD NEVER WILL!

http://www.henrywalker.org

God says he will never leave us and that when bad things happen we can call on him to help us. We can call on God as if we had a cell phone that only connects to him. He never hangs up on us. He is never unavailable. He never runs out of charge. God wants to hear from us, especially when we are in trouble. Don’t get chained in bondage, be free.

Optional: Get the children to break their paper chains.

CLOSING PRAYER: God wants you to talk to him. He gives you a phone called prayer. He is interested in how you feel and what’s happening to you. Call God on your prayer phone. Tell him how you are feeling, what worries you and ask him to help you. He promises to answer.

TAKE HOME PAGE/ACTIVITY:

Optional: Download English ‘Activity Book’

DownloadYoruba gba ile iranti Bibeli inu ile

ENGLISH ADULT EDUCATIONAL HANDOUTS:

Optional: Download 'Support for Grief and Loss Through Christian Counseling'

Optional: Download 'Helping Children Cope With Grief'

Optional: Download 'Emotional Response following a disaster '

 

NEXT WEEK:

Discover how Joseph’s father reacted to the news and realize that God never abandons us even if everyone else does.

Iyan: Download 'Omo àyànfe jùlo di erú'
Eko #4 Iwe Itan Iwe Ito Bibeli Yoruba

 

 

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