Woman at the well activity sheets
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Thanks so much for taking the time to comment! I appreciate it! They will be added as soon as they are approved. I have seen so much for living water for this lesson, so I thought I would do something different. Our lesson takes place in Samaria.
It is found in John 4. Jesus was leaving Judea and was going to Galilee. To do that, Jesus had to travel through Samaria. Jesus decided to stop and rest at the sixth hour, which was noon. He stopped in a city called Sychar by a well. There was a woman from Samaria that came to the well for water.
Jesus asked her for a drink of water. During this time, the Disciples had left to go into the city to buy food. The woman from Samaria asked Jesus why He would ask her for water! She said Jesus was a Jew and she was a Samaritan. Jews and Samaritans did not have anything to do with each other! The woman asked Jesus if He was greater than Jacob? Jacob, his sons and his animals drank from the well.
Jesus told her that whoever drinks of the living water that He would give would not ever be thirsty again. Jesus said the water that He gives would become a fountain that builds up into eternal life! Jesus told her to go and bring her husband to see Him. Jesus agreed with her and told her that she has had five husbands! The woman told Jesus He must be a prophet! Jesus told her that the way of worship was changing. God wants the people to worship Him in spirit and truth. The woman told Jesus that she knew the Messiah was coming and He is called Christ.
He is coming and He will tell us what we need to know. Jesus told her that He is the Messiah. And, she was a Samaritan woman!
The woman left her water jug at the well and returned to the city. She told some men what Jesus had said and asked if He could really be the Christ?
They left the city and went to see Jesus at the well. Many of the people that lived in Samaria believed in Jesus because the woman told them what Jesus had said. Jesus knew all the things that she had done.
The Samaritan people begged Jesus to stay with them, so He stayed there for 2 days. There were many believers in Jesus. He was the Savior of the world! One application for this lesson is the different names that Jesus was called. The Samaritan Woman called Jesus the Messiah.
She said He is called the Christ. This cornerstone printable from Cathy's Corner would be an easy way to discuss the names that Jesus was called in the Bible. Click here to see the post. This worksheet was created to be used with the Names of Jesus Cornerstone printables. These do not have to be used together. Logos are not on the PDF worksheets. Page 3 can also be used for students to follow along or add to a workbook for reference.
Begin at the bottom left brick. Jesus is the Chief Cornerstone. Continue to the right. When each row is complete, move to the above row starting at the far left. Click here to download. Click here to download the worksheet for the Samaritan Woman at the well. Click here to see the other worksheets in the Life of Jesus.
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Woman at the Well
The Woman at the Well A story about the woman of Samaria. Text Version Afrikaans. I really want to win, and, besides, we have a great church and I know you'll like my teacher!
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“Woman At The Well” Fold-Up Activity Sheets
Feel free to modify this list based on your specific preteen group. Put one of the following snacks in each bowl and spread them throughout the room:. How to play : Pass out plastic cups to preteens and tell them to write their names on it with a sharpie. When you say go, students go around the room and fill up their cups with snacks. They choose what to fill their cup up with based on the signs, not their preference in snacks. They should look at the signs and take the amount of snack for each one based on what they fill up their time doing. Give students about minutes fill up their cups.
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Make Soap - Make home-made soap using pure soap flakes Lux pure soap flakes - detergent flakes won't work as a way to remind the children about the lesson. Make soap using four parts pure soap flakes to one part warm water. Just mix with your hands and mould it into bars of soap. Leave them on pieces of foil to dry for about 48 hours before use.
Around the world, students should be encouraged to actively engage in conversations and experiences that equip them to question stereotypes and bias, and celebrate women's achievements. Read more about gender bias at school here. Are you looking for quick and easy, yet informative and reliable classroom resources to help students learn about and explore gender-related issues? The Ground Rules Comic is a fabulous resource for supporting students to think deeply about gender stereotypes and collaboratively discuss their views.
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Woman At The Well. Sunday School Lesson. Jesus therefore, being wearied with his journey, sat thus on the well: and it was about the sixth hour. Snack For Kids. Just print this fun template out and staple it to the top of a ziplock bag that is filled with treats. I filled this bag with cookie cereal.
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Thanks so much for taking the time to comment! I appreciate it! They will be added as soon as they are approved. I have seen so much for living water for this lesson, so I thought I would do something different.
Sunday School Lesson “Jesus and the Woman at the Well” from John 4:5-42
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