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Joshua and the battle of Jericho. We used about 200 paper cups ($3.00 per package of 50) to build Jericho. The kids marched around, then blew their trumpets, cried aloud and then knocked down the tower. Afterwards they helped rebuild it bigger and better than this pic and they went through the steps themselves and afterwards answered questions about the story.

Joshua and the battle of Jericho. We used about 200 paper cups ($3.00 per package of 50) to build Jericho. The kids marched around, then blew their trumpets, cried aloud and then knocked down the tower. Afterwards they helped rebuild it bigger and better than this pic and they went through the steps themselves and afterwards answered questions about the story.

Joshua Walls of Jericho Bible Craft - Marchers spin (march) around the walls… This craft will help you prepare your Sunday school lesson on Joshua 6:1-27 on the Bible story of Joshua and the wall of Jericho.

Joshua Walls of Jericho Bible Craft - Marchers spin (march) around the walls… This craft will help you prepare your Sunday school lesson on Joshua 6:1-27 on the Bible story of Joshua and the wall of Jericho.

Joshua and the battle of Jericho. Use a party blower between foam shapes- add skinny ribbon.

Joshua and the battle of Jericho. Use a party blower between foam shapes- add skinny ribbon.

Cathy's Corner: Joshua and the Battle of Jericho

Cathy's Corner: Joshua and the Battle of Jericho

You will need a skein of red embroidery thread to tape  or glue under Rahab’s window.  She hid the two spies that Joshua sent into Jericho and they escaped via a scarlet cord which she let down to enable them  to evade capture. Safety was promised to Rahab and all her father’s house if they remained in the room while the scarlet cord was tied to the window during the battle…a picture of the blood-bought redemption that saves us from the penalty of our sin.

You will need a skein of red embroidery thread to tape or glue under Rahab’s window. She hid the two spies that Joshua sent into Jericho and they escaped via a scarlet cord which she let down to enable them to evade capture. Safety was promised to Rahab and all her father’s house if they remained in the room while the scarlet cord was tied to the window during the battle…a picture of the blood-bought redemption that saves us from the penalty of our sin.