Description: Teach kids Bible lessons from their favorite zoo animals.
Each week uses a favorite zoo animal to teach kids a new Bible lesson.
Monkeys are one of the most popular animals at the zoo, because they are so curious. They're always exploring climbing, trying new things. We as Christians should have the same passion to study God's Word and try new things He has called us to do. When we do that, we too can expect people to gather to see what makes our life so exciting.
Elephants are strong creatures, but as strong as they are, they are stronger together. They move in herds to protect their own. We are stronger when we unite together as believers, but when one goes astray, they become vulnerable to attack from the outside.
Daniel and the Lion’s Den. Daniel's faith shows that nothing is impossible with God and we can trust God no matter what.
Zebras are different. God made them that way. The wavy lines of a zebra blend in with the wavy lines of the tall grass around it. It doesn't matter that the zebra's stripes are black and white and the lines of the grass are yellow, brown or green, because the zebra's main predator, the lion, is colorblind. God has a specific plan for everyone of us and He made us just the way He wants us to be, in His image.
Giraffes have long necks to reach the tallest branches. Christians should not be content to live as the world does but be constantly reaching for Heaven.
Parrots don’t worry. God provides all they need, from food and water to their gorgeous feathers. We too need to trust that God will provide everything we need..
Ostriches are known for hiding their heads in the sand. Too often, Christians are known for the same thing. We need to be bold enough to stand for what’s right. Kids will study the story of Gideon’s call.
Kangaroos are known as great parents, largely because of their pouches. They remind us we need to honor our parents as God commanded for all they do for us.
Just as alligators have a tough skin, we need to learn to turn the other cheek when persecuted for our faith.
A lesson in patience. Joseph’s time in slavery/prison or Moses’s 40 years in exile
Just as a caterpillar becomes a butterfly, Jesus wants to transform us from sinners into new creations in Christ.
God is our creator and caretaker. The shepherd who loves his animals so much he would die for them.
Each Lesson Includes
• Memory Verse
• Object Lesson
• Take Home Activity
About This Curriculum:
• Perfect for kids ages 6-12.
• Includes both Large Group and Small Group resources.
• This curriculum is an instant download.