The Kings of Israel (Lesson Series Index)

The kings of israel This page is the index to our series of lesson plans that follow the Kings of Israel. This page will be updated as the posts are published. These lessons were designed for older elementary children, but you could modify them for a broader range of kids.

Like all our content, this curriculum is 100% free to use in your church, home, or school. Click here if you would like to share how you are using them.

Lesson Index

  1. Israel asks for a king from 1 Samuel 8
  2. King Saul’s good start from 1 Samuel 9
  3. King Saul’s rebellious heart from 1 Samuel 13 & 15
  4. Daivd: the man after God’s Heart from 1 Samuel 16
  5. Young David Defeats the Giant from 1 Samuel 17
  6. King Saul Persecutes David from 1 Samuel 18-20
  7. David Becomes King (Finally!) from 2 Samuel 1-2, 5, 7
  8. Gifts for Building the Temple from 1 Chronicles 29:1-20
  9. The Wisdom of Solomon from 2 Chronicles 1:2-13
  10. Solomon Turns Away from the Lord from 1 Kings 11
  11. The Kingdom is Divided from 1 Kings 12
  12. Rehoboam and Jeroboam Reign from 1 Kings 12-14
  13. Abjiah Trust in God from 1 Kings 15
  14. Asa Seeks God from 1 Kings 15
  15. Northern Kingdom of Israel Kings 1 Kings 12-16
  16. Jehoshaphat’s dangerous friendship 2 Chronicles 17 – 19
  17. King Jehoshaphat’s enemies 2 Chronicles 20
  18. Joash is Safely Hidden 2 Chronicles 21 -23
  19. Jehoiada’s Godly Influence 2 Chronicles 23 & 24
  20. King Amaziah’s Distractions 2 Chronicles 25
  21. The Northern Kings (Part 2) King Ahab 1 Kings 21
  22. Uzziah Seeking God 2 Chronicles 26
  23. Ahaz brings trouble 2 Chronicles 28
  24. Hezekiah brings reform 2 Chronicles 29
  25. Hezekiah celebrates the Passover 2 Chronicles 30
  26. Hezekiah prays when threatened 2 Chronicles 32
  27. Manasseh repents and finds God’s Mercy 2 Chronicles 33
  28. King Josiah Part #1 2 Kings 22

Other Resources: There are many excellent places on the Internet to find children’s Sunday School lessons. Here are a few that might help you further develop what we’ve posted above. You are encouraged to collect ideas from several places and craft a lesson that best suits the children you teach.


Comments

  1. Josefina D. Berrtoya says

    Thanks so much for this free curriculum for SS. I will use this for the glory of Christ our King. God Bless your ministry.

  2. Anna says

    My Sunday school class is first graders and at first i thought the lesson would be way over their heads. But you guys did a great job for them to understand it a whole lot better! Thank you guys! Keep up the amazing work! :)

  3. monica says

    thank you!! I pray God blesses you all to help more and more of us who so desperately love learning and teaching about our gracious loving Lord!!!

  4. jonnel floyd says

    Thank you for the stories of the Kings.

    We are using them this fall, winter and spring in 1st-6th grade classes. The kids are loving learning about the Kings of Israel. Thanks for all your hard work and sharing them

  5. says

    I have been a Sunday School teacher for the last 10 years with Life Ministries Christisn Centre. Through your teaching materials i have developed teaching skills and now my classes greatly enjoy sunday school.
    May God abundantly bless your Ministry

  6. Tin Donato says

    I am using them to teach the children in our church every Sunday.

  7. says

    We have used the lessons on the Kings all through the summer months on wednesday night children’s church. The kids have really liked the lessons.

  8. Lena says

    Thank you very much for the wonderful lessons. I have been using these in our Jr Church programs.

  9. Barbara says

    Thank you so much for posting these lessons and allowing us to use them. God bless you!!!

  10. Katrina Hudson says

    I would like to thank you for allowing us to use your lesson on the Kings! We are VERY GREATFUL! We will be usuing the lessons this fall in our 3rd-5th grade class on Wednesdays! Thank you for putting in the time and making them user friendly as well as “Free!”

  11. Cheryl says

    I am using information found on your site for our Wednesday Night and Sunday morning Dynamic Kids church. Thank you very much.

  12. Cliff & Jeanette Cameron says

    Love your website. We are currently serving an inner city church. Your suggestions and ideas are great ways to involve and motivate the kids.

    Thank you!

    You are a blessing to us.

  13. Kelly Henderson says

    I am planning to continue to work on more lessons for this series. I work on the lessons for Israel’s Kings when I am not teaching a new lesson for my Sunday School class. I am currently preparing a new lesson that I plan to post soon.

  14. deanna says

    I am also wondering about the upcomming lessons.. will there be any? and if so, is there a timeline? The lessons that are out are wonderful and substantial in the use of the Bible.. which I love. just wondering about the rest of the series. Thanks for the quick response!

  15. Karen Huntley says

    I teach at a Korean church in English to challenge their English skills for the exchange students. Your lesson plans are wonderful to adapt. Thank you. They do not have the money for curriculum and this provides such as blessing for all of us.

  16. John says

    hi your work is so nice. I recommended to all to use this lesson.

  17. Chrissy Brown says

    I absolutely love this series and have incorporated it into my homeschooling Bible curriculum for next year. Thank you!

  18. Pam Workman says

    I have been teaching the Kings of Israel series. The index says that there will be more coming in January 2011….Did you decide not to continue the series?

  19. Dorcas Rocabo says

    Thank you so much for making these lessons free because my church is able to get lessons for our Children’s Sunday School. We are here in the Philippines ministering to the less fortunate of our brethren. So these free Sunday School materials including the coloring pages are really a big blessing for us. Thanks again.

  20. Geneva P. Gladden says

    I want to do the lesson series on the Kings of Israel, but not able to find the lesson on “King Saul’s Good Start I Sam. 9. Please give direction on where to print the lesson.

    Geneva

  21. Benjamin O. Nwoye says

    I want to commend you for this Ministry to Children. There is no better way to populate the Kingdom than to catch them young and I am excited to see and partake in this work.

    I pray that God will continue to stenghten you and give you more insights for the advancement of this work.

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