To help us review the Red Sea lesson, we did the following centers. The kids really enjoyed these activities.
The first thing we did was allowed them to make their own pillar of cloud and fire to take home. This especially was great after the big hit it was during class.
Then, we gave each a child a SNACK size Zip-loc bag. We put a little bit of toothpaste (usually a line of toothpaste squeezed at the very bottom of the bag) at the bottom of the bag and sealed it up. Then we let them spread the toothpaste all over the bag. Then we talked about how the Israelites crossed on fry land. The children took their fingers and separated the toothpaste at one point on the bag to separate the toothpaste. Then, we found footprint stickers for them to place on the dry land.
Their favorite center was the drama center where we let each child be Moses and separate the Red Sea. Our Burning Bush mountain, turned into the mountain where Moses stood to cross the Red Sea. Each child got to stand up on the mountain with a staff. My helpers were on the floor by plastic blue tablecloths and when "Moses" raised his rod, the helpers raised the "waters." The children who were not Moses were able to cross on dry land and they LOVED it!!!!!
They wanted to do this the next night as well!!