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Worksheets: God Made Me, Square Pillow, Boy and Girl Puzzle
Books:  Bible, My First Body Board Book
Activities:  Construction paper, pretzel sticks, large marshmallows, flashlight, yarn, large piece of paper, cotton balls, stapler, picture of child, scissors, jumbo crayons, play dough



Bible Theme: Thank You, God, for Making Me
Lesson: My Body

Bible Story: I am Wonderfully Made
Scripture:  Psalm 139:1-19
Read & Share Toddler Bible
ABCJLM Interactive Bible Stories

Verse: Psalm 139:14 - I am fearfully and wonderfully made.
Tune:  Deep and Wide
You made me, You made me (Point up, point to self)
In an amazing, wonderful way  (Wave arms in the air)
You made me, You made me
In an amazing, wonderful way

You said, in the Psalms (Point up, place hands together to form a book)
139 verse 14
You made me, You made me
In an amazing, wonderful way

Bible Song: O Be Careful - YouTube
O be careful little eyes what you see (point to eyes)
O be careful little eyes what you see
For the Father up above (point up for Jesus)
Is looking down in love (put hand to eyes and look down)
O be careful little eyes what you see

Additional Verses:
…little hands what you do
…little feet where you go
…little ears what you hear
…little mouth what you say
…little mind what you think

Poem: I Have Ten Fingers (Adapted from unknown source)
Tune:  The Farmer in the Dell

I have 10 fingers (hold up fingers)
They all belong to me (point to self with 10 fingers)
I can make them do great things (thumbs up)
Would you like to see?  (point to eyes)

I can shut them tight (make a fist)
I can open them so wide (spread fingers wide)
Put them close together (place fingers together with palms in the air)
I can make them all go hide (place hands behind your back)

I can make them jump up high (hands in the air)
I can make them jump down low (hands on the floor)
Fold them oh so quietly (clasp hands together)
And hold them just so (place hands in lap)

Colors: Orange, Blue
Shape: Square
Letters: L-P
Numbers: 1-4
Information: First, middle, and last name
Self-care and Manners: Undress self and name clothing

Book of the Week:
My First Body Board Book My First Body Board Book by DK Publishing

Fine Motor Skill:  Play Dough
Gross Motor Skill:  Log Roll

Suggested Activities:

• Bible:
- God Made Me On a piece of construction paper, attach a picture of the child.  Add the title "God Made _____" with the child's name.

- God Made Me Craft Cut out the child on the God Made Me worksheet, and place on a piece of construction paper.  Add yarn hair, facial features, clothes, etc to the silhouette.  Add the child's name.

- Boy and Girl Puzzle Cut Boy and Girl Puzzle and into four pieces.  Give the child the puzzle pieces and have her form the boy and girl.  Glue to a piece of construction paper and color.

- Have the child lay on a large piece of paper.  Draw around the child.  Add a face.  Glue on hair using yarn.  Lay clothes on the silhouette or draw on the clothes.  Ask the child to point to different parts of his/her body on the silhouette.

- "God Made Me" Poem
Here are my fingers, here are my toes
Here are my knees, here is my nose
Here are my feet that help me walk around
Here is my mouth that can make sound
Here are my ears, my shoulders, my belly
Here is my tongue that eats grape jelly
Here is my hair that is crazy you see
Here is my smile that God gave me!

- God Made Me (Adapted from Unknown Original Source)
Tune:  This Old Man (sing at a slower tempo than normal to allow the child to point to the body parts mentioned in the song)

God made me, God made me,
Thank You, God, for making me.
With my eyes, and ears,
a nose, and a mouth.
Thank You, God, for making me.

(Additional verse:  With my head, my shoulders, my knees, and toes.)

• Colors:
- Flashlight Shine a flashlight on orange and blue objects around the house.  Depending on the development of the child, it may be best to do a single color at a time.

• Shape:
- Pretzel Shapes Use pretzel sticks and marshmallows (large works best) to make squares.  Poke the ends of the pretzels into the marshmallows to hold the pretzels together.

- Fat Square:  Color one square on the Square Pillow worksheet orange and the other blue.  Cut out both and staple together 3/4 of the way around.   Gently stuff with cotton balls.  Staple the rest of the way.

• Number:
Using the Apple Tree Number Book, point and count the apples on the trees.  Continue to point and count items you find throughout the day.

• Book of the Week:
- While looking at the book, have the child find the parts mentioned on his/her own body.
- Point to a picture in the book and have the child name it.

• Fine Motor Skill:
Play Dough With play dough, make "snakes" and balls.  Add in safe kitchen utensils and cookie cutters.  If possible, use orange and blue play dough.

• Gross Motor Skill:
Log roll on the ground or down a hill outside.

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