Red Sea - Crossing the sea on dry ground. Children take turns being Moses and rest of class follows through the "sea". All young classes.

Red Sea - Crossing the sea on dry ground. Children take turns being Moses and rest of class follows through the "sea". All young classes.

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Activity: we "Crossed" the Red Sea...I had a bunch of blue balloons in the classroom. If a child answered the question correctly they had the opportunity to be "MOSES" and raise the rod (I have one in the classroom...it is an old broom handle) and begin crossing the Red Sea on Dry Ground. The children LOVED this....all children seem to LOVE balloons...and I thought this would make the easiest "RED SEA" possible.

Activity: we "Crossed" the Red Sea...I had a bunch of blue balloons in the classroom. If a child answered the question correctly they had the opportunity to be "MOSES" and raise the rod (I have one in the classroom...it is an old broom handle) and begin crossing the Red Sea on Dry Ground. The children LOVED this....all children seem to LOVE balloons...and I thought this would make the easiest "RED SEA" possible.

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Moses Crossing the Red Sea Snack - Homeschool Kindergarten Activity - Sonlight Core A Bible Week 6 Moses

Moses Crossing the Red Sea Snack - Homeschool Kindergarten Activity - Sonlight Core A Bible Week 6 Moses

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Parting of the Red Sea - Use A3 paper folded to the middle. - cut out waves from marbled paper or blue tissue, - stick waves to outside sheet then fold them over to the inside - stick brown crumpled paper to middle for the sea bed - draw Moses and the people crossing

Parting of the Red Sea - Use A3 paper folded to the middle. - cut out waves from marbled paper or blue tissue, - stick waves to outside sheet then fold them over to the inside - stick brown crumpled paper to middle for the sea bed - draw Moses and the people crossing

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The children will move a balloon (pretending to be Moses.) by answering a question from the story. After all the balloon have been moved and the "Dry Land" is visible they walk through the "RED SEA."

The children will move a balloon (pretending to be Moses.) by answering a question from the story. After all the balloon have been moved and the "Dry Land" is visible they walk through the "RED SEA."

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