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God made our wonderful world. First, God made light. (Let child switch lights or flashlight on/off.) God called the light “day.” He made day and night. The next day God made the beautiful blue sky with clouds and wind. Can you blow like the wind?

God made our wonderful world. First, God made light. (Let child switch lights or flashlight on/off.) God called the light “day.” He made day and night. The next day God made the beautiful blue sky with clouds and wind. Can you blow like the wind?

The third day God made the dirt. God made soft green grass. God made pretty flowers. Can you point to the flowers? God made tall trees. Can you reach up like a tall tree? Now be a bush. “This earth is very nice!” God said. He was happy. (Go outside and name things God made to grow.)

The third day God made the dirt. God made soft green grass. God made pretty flowers. Can you point to the flowers? God made tall trees. Can you reach up like a tall tree? Now be a bush. “This earth is very nice!” God said. He was happy. (Go outside and name things God made to grow.)

On the fourth day God made the bright sun. We see the sun in the daytime. God made the round moon (hold hands in a circular shape). He also made the twinkling stars that we see at night (open and close fists so fingers can “twinkle”). God put stars in the sky. (Make your hands “twinkle up high.”)

On the fourth day God made the bright sun. We see the sun in the daytime. God made the round moon (hold hands in a circular shape). He also made the twinkling stars that we see at night (open and close fists so fingers can “twinkle”). God put stars in the sky. (Make your hands “twinkle up high.”)

The next day God filled the waters with fish. (Put palms together and wiggle hands.) Then God filled the air with flying birds of all colors (flap arms as if flying). He gave the birds pretty voices to sing happy songs (imitate a birdsong).

God saw everything He made. God said, “This is good.”

The next day God filled the waters with fish. (Put palms together and wiggle hands.) Then God filled the air with flying birds of all colors (flap arms as if flying). He gave the birds pretty voices to sing happy songs (imitate a birdsong).

God saw everything He made. God said, “This is good.”

On the sixth day God made all the rest of the animals. He made tall giraffes and furry caterpillars (walk finger across child’s arm). God made horses (make galloping sounds) and barking puppies (bark).

God saw the animals He made. And God said, “This is good.”

On the sixth day God made all the rest of the animals. He made tall giraffes and furry caterpillars (walk finger across child’s arm). God made horses (make galloping sounds) and barking puppies (bark).

God saw the animals He made. And God said, “This is good.”

And then God made the most special creation. He made people.

God took some mud and made a man. The man had strong legs (pat child’s legs) and smiling lips (smile at child). God blew into the man’s nose (blow out). He opened his eyes (blink eyes open). He was alive! God called the man Adam.

Then God made a woman. He made Eve to be Adam’s wife and friend.

And then God made the most special creation. He made people.

God took some mud and made a man. The man had strong legs (pat child’s legs) and smiling lips (smile at child). God blew into the man’s nose (blow out). He opened his eyes (blink eyes open). He was alive! God called the man Adam.

Then God made a woman. He made Eve to be Adam’s wife and friend.

On the seventh day God looked at everything He had made. It was very good. So God rested from His work. “This is a special day,” He said. “This is a day of rest.” And so God made the Sabbath, a special day to spend with us.

God made our world because He loves us.

On the seventh day God looked at everything He had made. It was very good. So God rested from His work. “This is a special day,” He said. “This is a day of rest.” And so God made the Sabbath, a special day to spend with us.

God made our world because He loves us.