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|Category||Spiritual Development > Theology|
|Resource Owner||Compassion International|
The lesson “Father, Son and Holy Spirit – The Trinity” further explains the concept of the Holy Trinity to the children through the use of different analogies. The children learn the Trinity to be like water, with three different forms: liquid, ice, and steam. The children will understand that although all three forms are different, they are still all water, just like God is the Holy Trinity in all forms. The lesson includes guided instructions for the teacher, including preparation, a script, and suggested activities to facilitate further learning in a fun and interactive manner. This lesson is designed for children between 9-11 years, and is the twelfth lesson in the 2nd Year Core Curriculum Set and part of the “God is Fathers, Son and Holy Spirit” unit.
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