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Joseph: The Gift Of Forgiveness (Bible Lessons for Preschoolers)

It is officially fall here in Northern Ontario. We are now in sweater weather, which means we are getting closer to Christmas. Today we are at week 17 in our Christmas bible lessons for preschoolers series: Little Disciples. Don’t forget, if you have an elementary aged child, they can also countdown at Raising Boys Homeschool with Joyice in the Young Disciples series. Let’s walk.


Joseph: The Gift Of Forgiveness

bible lessons for preschoolers: Joseph

Do you have brothers or sisters? Maybe you have both? Joseph had 10 older brothers and one younger brother. Joseph live in Canaan with his father Jacob. Joseph was Jacob’s favourite son.

Jacob loved Joseph so much that he made him a special coat with a lot of colours. How many colours do you know? When Joseph’s brothers saw the coat, they became jealous and they did something very bad. You will find out about it today in your bible lessons for preschoolers.

Click to download your FREE Joseph- The Gift Of Forgiveness bible lessons for preschoolers. This lesson includes this week’s Bible verse, Bible story and a link to a video on Youtube for a song. It also includes application through connecting to Christmas, an activity, prayer and allows your child to go even deeper with more activities.

Don’t forget to either laminate your traceable page or place in a protective sheet and trace on the sheet. Once again, Kim of Brookdale House is sharing her awesome handwriting books with us for this series. Please print page 23 as well as pages 18, and 31 for review from the download Handwriting Practice from the Bible Book 1 .

Also, don’t forget to print your BiblicalCharacterChristmasCountdown cards to follow along in our series. Simply print on cardstock, cut out the cards and place the cards in a pocket chart.


If you enjoy this post, you may enjoy these others in the Little Disciples Series.

bible lessons for preschoolers

Joseph: The Gift of Forgiveness

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