Reply to "STORYTELLING or SCIENCE Workshop Lessons and Ideas for the Ten Commandments"

We introduced this lesson with a discussion of God's laws in creation--even the first graders came up with the law of Gravity. This set the context for the 10 Commandments as God's gift to set down how humans were made to be in relationship with God and others not as arbitrary rules like a game.

I don't think I did real well explaining how the fountain works. The older elementary and middle school 'got it with creating a vacuum and changing pressure, but I couldn't get it into first grade terms. They didn't seem to care but I did.

Peace,
Lynn C Wood
Bream Memorial Presbyterian Church
Charleston, WV

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