Typical Class for Infants and Toddlers

The following is a typical class schedule for a 45 minute Bible Class.

Information for Teaching this Class

This class is an introduction to a lifetime journey in which God is exalted and his word is respected. Children learn they are part of a Christian community of faith who loves and appreciates them.

Learning is done through sensory experiences, singing and simple words and stories. Parents are encouraged to participate as teachers and helpers.

1 Welcome Time

(15 minutes)
On the mat in the soft corner

  • Time to Settle in and free play.
  • Personal welcome.
  • Music or singing.

2 Bible Time

(5 minutes)
Sitting in hook-on chairs at a secured table

  • Learning to respect God’s Word
  • Routines and handling Bibles

3 Bible Lesson

(15 minutes)
Still sitting in hook-on chairs at the secured table

  • A simple thought or lesson from God’s Word using sensory activities.  Infants and Toddlers enjoy repetition so lessons in this curriculum are each designed to be taught twice in a row.  Click on one of the lesson sets below for lessons.
  • Craft (optional)
  • Prayer ( learning to fold hands and close eyes to pray)
  • Snack (simple healthy snack such as cracker, fruit, vegetables and water)

god-created      god-is-with-me      my-friend-jesus

4 Closing Session

(10 minutes)
On the mat in the soft corner

  • Quiet activities to settle down.
    • Playing with baby dolls to cuddle and feed them and rock them to sleep.
    • Reading a book or looking at pictures.
    • Resting in the soft pillows.
  • Quiet music or nature sounds.
  • Parents collect the children.

Infant and Toddler Resources

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