Unit 4: A Very Doodly Day
What do you do on a very doodly day? You doodle away! During “A Very Doodly Day,” the storyteller will doodle a simple picture while the preschool kids guess what it is. One picture at a time, the true Bible story will take shape as the kids learn that God protects them and wants them to work together.
Unit 5: Tippy's Merry Mouse House
It’s Christmas time at Tippy’s Mouse House! Just as mice are prone to do, Tippy has tiptoed into the preschool room and scurried off with the Christmas story pictures. Together, the preschoolers get to peek into Tippy’s festive Mouse House and search for the pictures amongst all the other doodads that Tippy has collected. It’s a yuletide search that culminates in the discovery of God’s greatest gift—baby Jesus.
Unit 6: The Missing Paper Caper
We’ve got a real mystery on our hands—our picture papers have disappeared and so have the Bible story pictures that were on them. That’s double trouble! Not to worry, though! The preschool super sleuths are on it. Together, they’ll find the lost papers and use their patented Super Sleuth Black Light to recover the missing picture. Throughout the caper, kids will learn that Jesus is the Son of God and they can do what the Bible says.
Unit 7: Mixed Up Max
There’s one fact forsure—Max is all mixed up! He says, “Good night!” in the morning and “Goodmorning” at night. Max loves telling Bible stories, but sometimes he gets thefacts mixed up. As the Bible story is told, the preschool kids will have tolisten with careful ears and shout, “You’re mixed up, Max!” when Max gets itwrong. Once they get the story straight, the preschoolers will learn that theybelong to Jesus and can ask Him for help.
Unit 8: Maisy's Easter Surprise
Easter is coming and Maisy the Mailbox has a package for the preschoolers. Whenever Maisy lights up, it means a new Easter surprise has arrived. Each surprise helps the preschoolers learn about and celebrate Jesus, the risen Savior. Best of all, as the stories unfold, the preschool kids will discover the greatest surprise of all time—“He is not here! He has risen, just as he said he would.”