Preschool | Sunday School
If You Can Play,
You Can Teach Preschoolers
to Love Jesus
Age Range/4 & 5, Pre-K / Kindergarten
Play with your preschoolers with a higher purpose!
Giggle and wiggle. Run and sing. This is the wonderful world of preschoolers.
So how do we teach energetic little ones about Jesus? We let them play while they learn!
Kids will delight in the games, drama, art, music, storytelling, and puppets as they learn about God’s Word and how to apply it to their daily lives. It’s as simple as Play. Listen. Talk.
With Gospel Light’s Pre-K / Kindergarten Sunday School Curriculum you will
- Delight kids with games, nature activities, art, music, stickers, storytelling and cool puppets as they learn about God’s Word.
- Introduce kids to Jesus through creative play.
- Spend less time preparing supplies so you can focus on investing in the lives of each child and family every week.
- Connect the church and home through weekly take-home papers and the God’s Story for Me Bible.
What resources are available for Pre-K / Kindergarten Sunday School Curriculum?
If you can play, listen and talk, you can TEACH 2- and 3-year-olds Bible truth! Fresh design and simplified lessons make every lesson easy to prepare and fun to teach! Works best with TalkTime Activity Pages for each child, Preschool Music CD and Visual Resource (storytelling figures and posters)—the easy answer is to buy the classroom kit!
- Creative activities that use simple supplies
- Games and activities for imaginative learning
- Fun, age-appropriate ways to engage preschoolers
- Puppet script in every lesson (see optional puppets below or adapt to your own puppets)
TalkTime Activity Pages
With the Preschool TalkTime Activity Pages, kids will experience an interactive, colorful way to discover how God’s Word connects to their daily lives. Each activity is a 2-page spread, and sticker pages are easy-to-use, which saves preparation time!
- Full color, large format makes it easy for little hands
- Puzzles, activities and stickers help preschoolers understand the day’s Bible truth
- A fun sticker to wear home every week!
The Preschool Visual Resources contains all the posters and storytelling figures you need to enhance Bible storytelling and show preschoolers scenes from everyday life. The storytelling figures involve kids in the Bible story and can be used in many additional ways. Colorful, fun posters depict preschoolers in everyday situations of sharing, being kind and helping others. Game and activity posters are an easy way to call the group together for a quick game that introduces the next activity.
Teachers will appreciate the:
- Bright, high quality paper
- Engaging art and photographs
- Colorful activity posters that can be used in dozens of ways!
Family FunTime Take-Home Papers
Send Family FunTime pages home with every preschooler and kindergartener, every week! This is a fun and interactive way for parents to retell the Bible story and help children remember Bible verses. Family FunTime gives parents ideas for asking good questions, having fun together, and helping their kids grow in faith.
Here are some ideas:
- Buy a set for each child in your class
- Be the hero! Show parents ways how to use the pages
- Use Family FunTime as a way to connect with new or absent families
Pre-K / Kindergarten Classroom Kit
for Ages 4 & 5
Using our unique Play, Listen, Talk teaching method, you can teach young children Bible truth! With fresh designs and a simplified format, lessons are easy to prepare and fun to teach! With the classroom kit, you have all the materials you need to for 1 teacher and 10 preschoolers—including a great resource to send home to their families!
- Teacher Guide
- Visual Resources for Bible Teaching
- Preschool Music CD
- Family FunTime pages (enough for 10 families)
- TalkTime Activity pages (enough for 10 kids)
Before Gospel Light Preschool we never knew what to do with the boundless energy of our preschoolers. Now, with all of the great lessons and activities we are able to play our way to giving kids a first impression of our loving Savior, Jesus Christ.
—Barb Gunner, Columbus, OH