The Lost Son
This parable is taken from Luke 15:11-32. There are many lessons for us to learn from the parable of the lost son. When reading this book, discuss the younger son's choices and consequences, the dad's choices and consequences, or the older brother's attitude. The younger son made poor choices, but repented and went back to his dad. The dad let his son make his own poor choices, and was ready to forgive and accept him when he came back home. The older son had a bad attitude. He was jealous that his little brother got a big party after wasting all his money and making so many bad choices. He wouldn't celebrate with his family, because he was focused on his own self-righteousness.
This is the "big book" of The Parable of the Lost Son. It is big enough to sit and share the book, or to show a group of children.
This is the "reader" version of The Parable of the Lost Son. It is just right for small hands, and for making copies.
This is the black and white "reader" version of The Parable of the Lost Son. It is just right for small hands, is economical for making multiple copies, and is fun to color.
Amazing Words: This is a maze reading game. Practice sounding out words or reading sight words while navigating through the maze. Think about The Parable of the Lost Son, and use the words in sentences that relate to the story.
Read along as the book is read aloud to you!