BC: By Eleanor Lewis 7 Fallon
1: Moses was born in Egypt and the Pharaoh that ruled at that time was worried that the boys were getting to strong and that if the Egyptians where to go to war then the boys would join the enemy. Moses' mother was able to keep Moses hidden from the Egyptians for the first 3 months of his life. Moses' name wasn't always Moses, we aren't sure what his name his name was for the first 3 months but he got his name from the Egyptian princess when she found his in a basket floating down the Nile. | Moses was floating down the Nile because his mother didn't want to risk his life, but Moses' mother was still able to bring him up because she got the job as his main nurse. | Moses' name wasn't always Moses, we aren't sure what his name his name was for the first 3 months but he got his name from the Egyptian princess when she found his in a basket floating down the Nile.
2: Moses' parents were very careful when Moses was born to make sure that the Pharaoh didn't find their son.
3: Moses' Family Tree.
4: Moses was an Egyptian prince abut he was originally a Hebrew and when he saw an Egyptian killing a Hebrew he got so angry and killed the Egyptian. Moses was so ashamed of what he did and left. | Moses | Egyptian
6: Once Moses grew old he became a Shepard. One day he was taking Jethro's sheep up the Holy mountain of Sinai. A bush burst into flames and started speaking to him. It was the voice of God and it said "Moses, do not come and nearer for you are standing on Holy ground. I have seen how my people are suffering in Egypt, where they are treated as slaves, You Moses, must go and bring my people out of Egypt.
8: How was Moses important to the Hebrew nation? | - Moses was a Hebrew and he stood up for the Hebrews that where being treated like slaves. - Moses led the Hebrews to a safer more happier life. - Moses tried to persuade the Pharaoh to let the Hebrews go, so that they would be safer.
9: How do we remember Moses today? | We remember Moses by: - The Bible. - Internet. - Books. - Movies. - The Gospel.