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Get two free Easter Sunday School Lessons for PreK through Middle School! Download includes teacher guide along with posters, games, crafts, take-home sheets and more.
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Help your students focus on the real meaning of Easter with two lessons that cover Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem, his crucifixion, and his resurrection. Students will be able to identify why Jesus suffered and died on the cross and why his resurrection is such an important part of the gospel. Most of all, they will see Jesus’ great love for them to take the punishment for sin and conquer death so they can have eternal life in heaven.
Whether you’re currently using Answers Bible Curriculum (ABC) or just looking for a seasonal lesson, our Easter lessons will help students focus on the real meaning of the season. Students will see from the Bible how Jesus went willingly to Jerusalem to die, how Jesus’ suffering and death paid the penalty for sinners, and how Jesus’ resurrection provides eternal life to those who repent and believe. Lessons are designed to be taught consecutively but work well as standalone lessons, too.
Two Topical Lessons:
1A: Jesus Died for Sinners
1B: Jesus Rose from the Dead
Free Easter lessons are available in four age groups: PreK–1st, Grades 2–3, Grades 4–5, and Middle School. They include PDFs of the following components:
Answers Bible Curriculum 2nd Edition has been expanded and updated from the 1st Edition with even more amazing lessons from both the Old and New Testaments! The entire curriculum is now 200 faith-building lessons designed to take students on a chronological journey through the Bible in four years. Lessons are grouped into units of 10 lessons each so you have the flexibility to start or pause whenever you want.
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