For the entire time I’ve been blogging, I’ve also been writing Bible lessons in one form or another. I’ve also been using Christian homeschool history curriculum that routinely cover the Creation story. So, I’ve got lots of posts on the Creation story, and I figured to put them all together in one place in a Creation Story Unit.
I also have a hidden purpose, I’m covering this topic next week in my Sunday School class and this is letting me review what I need to prepare ahead of time.
Creation story unit for preschoolers
When the kids were in preschool/kindergarten we used My Father’s World, which starts off making a Creation storybook and from there does an entire Creation story unit. But, their book was boring, so I made up my own version and shared it with ya’ll.
Creation study unit games
These can be used for preschool or older depending on how you modify the game. Most of the games revolve around my Creation story bean bags, but no matter how you plan it they make a good addition to a Creation story unit.
Creation story jello books (we used these to provide hints of what goes where)
Creation story unit for elementary kids
These are the activities I’ve done since the kids were older, most assume some level of capability with writing.
Next in the story of Genesis is the Fall of Man, and all of the rest of the Genesis activities are found on the Genesis Family Bible study page. Those are already all written, next up that I’m going to write is the book of Revelation. Expect shenanigans. And a video, because it’s that confusing.