The I Am Searching for Jesus Display Activity Is Fun and Decorative!
Try this lesson the next time you need something to teach about the Transfiguration of the Lord. I Am Searching for Jesus Display Activity is engaging and perfect for a CCD or Religious Education class. Not only does it incorporate group discussion as a teaching tool, but it can accommodate any number of students.
This CCD lesson can help encourage children to think about how Jesus might have looked or appeared to the apostles during the Transfiguration.
As part of this activity, learners will hear the biblical account of the Transfiguration from Luke 9:28-36, Mark 9:2-13, or Matthew 17:1-8. Students will be challenged to share how they can find Jesus in their daily life as they could not see Jesus as the apostles did during the Transfiguration. Learners will also ponder how Jesus might have looked to Peter, James, and John before the Transfiguration and after it as well. Participants will then draw a picture of Jesus on Mount Tabor.
I Am Searching For Jesus Display Activity
This Religious Education lesson not only teaches kids about the Transfiguration but it also creates a unique display. Teachers may use the completed pieces to decorate a classroom, bulletin board, hallway, or learning area.
To use the lesson, first print the materials out to accommodate the number of students. Next, prepare the pieces as suggested in the instructions. Then, hold your class discussion using the lesson sheets for guidance. Finally, create the display as directed in the sample layout shown.
This activity is designed for group use; so, it can comfortably accommodate a class of any size. And because the lesson file includes just about everything you need, it is easy to deliver. Teachers must provide art supplies, a Bible, and materials to put up the display. Find Scripture references and CCC notations for those instructors needing a bit of support.
This Display Activity is only one small part of our Weekly Liturgy Lesson for Kids - 2nd Sunday in Lent (Cycle C).
Focus: Group learning and discussion, creating a classroom wall display
Theme: Transfiguration of the Lord, searching for Jesus