I've posted about this before.
As you read the stories of scripture and passages to remember consider that people were day-to-day familiar with the natural images and analogies you find. It added to their understanding of the story - a teaching and learning tool in God's hand.
If you aren't already familiar with those natural images find a way! Look ahead at the stories you'll cover this season. Make a list. What
pre-story scouting can you do to add to the sensory experience for your
kids and ultimately to their understanding of who God is.
Maybe your kids are more familiar day-to-day with some of the images than you are. Give them opportunities to share.
Ask your kids: "What do you know about lilies in a field?" A sparrow? Sheep?
Rain on a farmers field
Waves on great lakes
We know God by all the names He gives us in the scriptures but, especially as children, we learn to know God as Creator.
We don't even have to over-explain and understand all the ins and outs. Sometimes it's enough to just stand in awe of Him and all that His hands have done. Sometimes it's enough to just say "Wow!"