Twelfth Sunday of Pentecost

Tell Your Children and Grandchildren as Well

Deuteronomy 4: 9

Many traditions use story-teller dolls to illustrate the importance of telling the age-old stories. The Old Testament was handed down through many generations before it was written down to be read aloud.

Copy the cover on green card stock. Use flat wooden spoons for the faces, adding eyes and mouth with black and red markers. Use brown or black lace for the hair, and use paper or fabric for the clothing.

Glue the hair to the spoons, and glue the spoons to the cover. Pleat the paper or fabric and glue to the spoons.

What a good day to sing, "I Love to Tell the Story!" (Lutheran Book of Worship 390).

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