Manna and quail (Exodus 16:2-15)
God provides for his children
Children's ministry lesson plan
Ministry to Children have a good 'Sunday School Lesson Plan' for Exodus 16-17. It includes a retelling of the story, interesting discussion questions, a craft and learning activity.
You can find their lesson plan on their website
Water, manna and quail lesson
An engaging message from Kids on the Move about today's bible passage.
Game - cloudy with a chance of cornflakes
A cornflake team game to play from Bible Games Central -- However, this game may need modifying in our current Covid situation, and if you would not like to waste food, you can substitute with small beads or raw beans.
Craft - honey crackles
What did manna taste like? The bible says that manna was like a fine, flake-like substance, like frost on the ground. Raw manna tasted like wafers that had been made of honey. An activity you could try at home or at church could be to make some 'Honey Crackles'. A recipe can be found here
Manna and quail images
There are some free images to download for this story, illustrated by Richard Gunther.
You can download a one page story here, and separate images here
Song - all through history
Nick and Becky Drake have an all-age song that helps locate the story of Moses within the other bible stories, and how it shows how all through history God is faithful.
Using simply equal parts yoghurt and self raising flour (and a little oil) you can make your own flatbreads, which may be similar to manna.
Have a look at a recipe here