03 Dec Bible Lessons for 2nd and 3rd-Graders
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2nd and 3rd-Grader Bible LessonsAt Bible Blast, we believe that Bible lessons for the 2nd and 3rd grade are an integral component in teaching your children about the things of God and helping them grow up to have a strong relationship with Jesus. The 2nd and 3rd grade is a unique time when children are beginning to ask deeper questions, but they still have their childlike wonder and belief. What better time to begin teaching your 2nd and 3rd graders the Bible? Bible Blast is here to help. How can Bible Blast help you to teach the Bible to 2nd and 3rd-grade students? Bible Blast’s 2nd and 3rd-grade lessons have been created to take your children through the greatest stories of the Bible step-by-step, and start to open their eyes to how incredible their Creator is. Every lesson of our 2nd and 3rd-grade Bible curriculum is jam-packed with great stories, fun activities, and the powerful truth of God’s Word. If you’d like to experience our curriculum first hand, you can request a free sample by going here. Our primary objective at Bible Blast is not only to educate your children about the Bible but also to make the Bible come alive for them in a relatable and hands-on way. After each lesson of our 2nd and 3rd-grade Bible curriculum, your children will walk away having learned easily applicable truths that they can begin walking out in their own lives. The focus of Bible Blast is to cultivate an active lifestyle of bold faith in you’re children while they’re young so that they’ll have the foundation to stand firm in their convictions years down the line.
2nd and 3rd-Graders Need Bible Lessons!
Bible Lessons Help 2nd and 3rd-grade Students Be LeadersAs a 2nd or 3rd-grade student, one of the most important things you can learn is how to be a leader. In the 2nd or 3rd-grade, peer pressure hasn’t fully set in, making it the opportune time to teach your children that they don’t have to do what everyone else around them is doing. By teaching your children the Bible through structured Bible lessons, you’re encouraging them to lead by example and stand firm upon the truths that they learn from each lesson. This changes how they respond in everyday life situations because they have an outlook and belief system that’s been shaped by the way God sees things. As your 2nd or 3rd-grade student starts to get older and the social sides of life and school become more intense, they’ll be better prepared by having spent hours learning about the things in life that matter most. Even though 2nd or 3rd-graders are still young, don’t underestimate the power of teaching them the Bible now. Do you remember as a child when you first heard about David and Goliath? How a young shepherd boy defeated a mighty foe by trusting in God, and went onto become a king? Powerful stories like these inspire children and help them see that even though they might be young, God still has a big plan for their lives and wants to work through their lives even in the 2nd or 3rd-grade.
Bible Lessons Help 2nd and 3rd-graders Overcome ShynessAt one point or another, we’ve all seen children who struggle with shyness. They might have difficulty starring people in the eyes, talking loudly enough to be heard, or avoid all social interaction altogether. One of the great things about learning about God in the Bible is that you also learn a lot about yourself! Your outlook on life can completely change when you start to realize who you are through Jesus Christ. God has given us a future and a hope. He has a marvelous plan for each of our lives and calls us all to be ambassadors for Him here on this earth. When you realize that you’re God’s hands and feet, and He doesn’t see your failures, but rather your new identity in Christ, you can start to live with a freedom that you’ve never had before. When children who were once shy get a hold of the reality of what God has done for them, their interactions with people begin to change. They can speak and engage with others with confidence! The main purpose of Bible Blast is to help children discover who God is and begin a relationship with Him that will change the rest of their lives. Your 2nd and 3rd-grade students to need to learn who they are in Christ.
Bible Lessons Help 2nd and 3rd-grade Students Be EmpatheticIf you’re remember anything about being the age of a 2nd or 3rd-grader, you’ll know that at that age life primarily reloves around one thing. Having as much fun as possible! Whether it’s playing outside, buying new toys, going to the movies, visiting a theme park, playing with friends, 2nd and 3rd-graders want to have a good time. Bible Blast is perfect for this age range because we created our Bible curriculum with this in mind. The lessons are thoroughly fun and engaging for kids. However, while we’ve made the experience fun, we also ensure the powerful truths of each lesson are understood. When life is all about fun, it’s not uncommon to have trouble sharing or considering the needs of others before your own personal needs. God has filled His Word with the truth we need to help us live unselfish lives, and pour out of the abundance that He constantly pours into us. As your 2nd or 3rd-grade students explore the Bible through Bible Blast, they’ll begin to think differently about how they live and how well they consider the needs of others. When they understand that God wants us to give to and support others with our time, attention, and resources, they can begin making changes to their lives. Not out fear or compulsion, but out of a love for God and a desire to live and be like Him.
Bible Lessons Help 2nd and 3rd-graders See The World DifferentlyWhat type of world view does your 2nd or 3rd-grader have? A worldview is the belief system through which you view the world, and in turn, make decisions. It’s hard to imagine that the things your child is learning and observing now will impact the way they see the world when they’re older, but never the less, that’s what happens. Take a moment to think about all the ways your 2nd or 3rd-grader is influenced:
- School and Sunday school teachers
- What they watch on YouTube
- The video games they play
- The movies and shows they watch
- What they observe about their family members
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