Alphabet Wall: Making…z for zacchaeus
My brain is deep-fried this week. There are so many things going on and so many tasks to get over the line. 😛
But I’m still trying to maintain the momentum on the weekly alphabet craft…just because I think it’s good to keep to the discipline.
So, we’re going back to the basic of basics. No prior prep, simple and extremely easy to execute, but don’t let the simplicity discount its ability to achieve the objective of the lesson. 🙂
Only need a very short list of materials: Artblock sheet, markers, crayons, colour pencils.
1. With a black marker, draw a picture of Zacchaeus in a tree, and Jesus standing at the foot of the tree, looking up at him.
2. Zacchaeus’s coat is intentionally drawn in a z shape with stripes, to serve as introductory writing practice for the letter z. (Anatomically inaccurate, I know, but then it wasn’t intended to be a biology lesson!) 😉
3. Colour the rest of the picture.
Sorry, this all took place so quickly I didn’t have time to take pictures of the steps!
Zacchaeus’s story is found in Luke 19:1-10.