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2 NEW TESTAMENT STORIES Unit 9 Learn with our friends! Hey! I am Roxie. I like a lot of action. Hi, I am Dr. Kirke. Come learn with my young woodland friends. Hi, I am Filmore. I will help you learn new things. I am Tammy. I love learning new things. When you see me, I will help your teacher explain the exciting things you are expected to do. When you do actions with me, you will learn how to write, draw, match words, read, and much more. You and I will learn about matching words, listening, drawing, and other fun things in your lessons. Follow me and I will show you new, exciting truths that will help you learn and understand what you study. Let s learn! ii

3 Unit 9 NEW TESTAMENT STORIES NEW TESTAMENT STORIES The Bible has stories about God s people. You will learn about people from the New Testament in this LIFEPAC. You will learn how God took care of them. Objectives Read these objectives. They will tell what you will be able to do when you have finished this LIFEPAC. 1. I will know some stories from the New Testament. 2. I will know some men of the New Testament. 3. I will know some women of the New Testament. 4. I will know some children of the New Testament. Introduction 1

4 NEW TESTAMENT STORIES Unit 9 1. MEN OF THE NEW TESTAMENT You will learn about Lazarus. You will learn about Thomas. You will learn about Stephen. You will learn how God helped these men. Lazarus (John 11:1 44) Mary and Martha were sisters. Lazarus was their brother. They were friends of Jesus. Jesus would stay at their home. They loved Jesus. One day, Lazarus became very sick. Mary and Martha were worried! Jesus was in another town. Lazarus 2 Section 1

5 Unit 9 NEW TESTAMENT STORIES Mary asked Jesus to come to her house. She wanted Jesus to heal her brother. Lazarus died. Mary and Martha were very sad. They cried. Jesus heard about Lazarus. He went to Mary and Martha s house. He saw many friends crying. Jesus was very sad. Jesus wept. Jesus went to where Lazarus was buried. Jesus prayed to God. He cried with a loud voice, Lazarus come forth. Lazarus came out. Lazarus was alive! Jesus made Lazarus alive! Section 1 3

6 LOOKING BACK Unit 1 Each morning, many people get up and go to work. Some people work in offices in high-rise buildings in cities. Others work to protect people by having a job with fire or police departments. Farmers work milking cows or plowing fields. Still other adult workers care for people as doctors or nurses. Not all people work during the day. Factories may run during the day and at night. People are needed to work during all hours of the day and night. Many types of workers are needed in a community. 16 Section 1

7 Unit 1 LOOKING BACK Write your answer Think of two or three other jobs that can be found in the area where you live. List these jobs. Ask your parent or another adult about his or her job. You may also want to ask the person about the first paid job he or she ever had. Write two or three sentences about what you learned. Teacher Check Initial Date Section 1 17

8 VOWEL DIGRAPHS AND SENTENCES Unit 7 PET SHOW! The Pet Show Circle the word. What are the names of two of the children? Diane Brian Tom Al Linda What pet does Diane have? rabbit dog What pet does Brian have? fish kitten What kinds of pets are at the show? dogs birds rabbits toads fish cats 18 Section 2

9 Unit 7 VOWEL DIGRAPHS AND SENTENCES Write.,?, or!. What is your name Which pet will win I have a pet No, no, Blackie Where did he go Oh, look When are you coming Pet shows are fun Choose a title and write a story. A Big Surprise Fun at the Farm My Pet Is this story true? How do you know? Could this story really happen? Section 2 19

10 COUNT TO 200, SUBTRACT TO 12 Unit 7 Circle the one that does not belong. Write or draw what comes next A B C D a e i o Before you take the Self Test, study what you have read and done. The Self Test will check what you remember. 26 Section 4

11 Unit 7 COUNT TO 200, SUBTRACT TO 12 SELF TEST 4 Each answer = 1 point Write the time on each clock : : : : Write A.M. or P.M. I go to bed. I eat my breakfast. Write the fraction. = worms = balls Circle the one that does not belong. Write or draw what comes next. 11 Teacher Check 14 Initial Date My Score Section 4 27

12 Unit 3 ANIMALS Animals Live in Different Places God has put animals all over the world. Some animals, such as the camel, live in the desert. A camel (cam el) can go without water for a long time. Very little water is in the desert. A polar (pol ar) bear lives where it is very cold. His white coat helps him to hide from danger. Giraffes live where trees are tall. Their long necks help them to reach the leaves on these trees. The giraffes like to eat the leaves. Jungle snakes can hide in the leaves of the many trees in the jungle. The snakes are safe. Camels live in the desert. God has placed animals where they can find food. God has put animals where they can live safely. He has given people good minds. People must think of ways to make their homes better no matter where they live. Section 2 25

13 ANIMALS Unit 3 Look for the secret word. Use these words to answer the questions. snake nest holes camel polar bear 2.12 a. What do chipmunks use for homes? a. b. What white animal lives where there is snow? b. c. What animal lives in the desert? d. What is the home of a bird called? e. What animal can hide in the jungle? c. d. e. My secret word is. 26 Section 2

14 Unit 3 ANIMALS Animals Have Different Coverings Not all animals have the same covering. Each covering helps that animal to survive. Birds have feathers to help them fly. The feathers are light. Air moves past the feathers swiftly. Snakes have scales to make it easy to bend. They move smoothly along the ground. A bird A turtle (tur tle) carries his shell with him. He pulls his legs under the shell when danger is near. Other animals have thick fur to keep them warm in winter. A cat grows thick fur before the cold weather starts. A turtle The elephant has a thick skin to help him. He is so big that he can t hide easily. His tough skin must keep him safe. God has given each animal a covering to help keep that animal safe. An elephant Section 2 27

15 ANIMALS Unit 3 Draw lines to match the words turtle feathers 2.14 bird shell 2.15 elephant fur 2.16 snake tough skin 2.17 cat scales Before you take the Self Test, study what you have read and done. The Self Test will check what you remember. 28 Section 2

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