Gave bith to a daughter.
gave birth to a son.
Had a miscarriage
Not fair to look upon; unattractive.
Ruddy child; red looking.
Goodly child; fine, good looking.
An ark of bulrushes; papyrus basket
An bread basket.
An ark of the covenant.
Glue & paper.
Tar and pitch.
She gave the basket as a gift.
She put bread in it for the child.
She placed the child in it.
Among the reeds along the bank of the Nile.
Hid it in her house in Goshen.
Put it on an egyptian doorstep.
The Pharaoah's neice.
The Pharaoh’s daughter.
The Pharaoah's sister.
Hebrew slaves working on the Nile.
Her attendants; maidens.
Ethiopian warriors planning to attack.
An egyptian guard.
Her slave girl; maid
He was crying.
He was choking a serpant.
He was smiling.
She putt him back in the Nile.
She had compassion on him
She had no compassion on him
This is one of the Hebrew babies.
This baby is goodly & fair to look upon.
Throw the baby back into the Nile, which it came.
Shall I take the baby back to my mother?
Shall I go and get one of the Hebrew women to nurse the baby for you?
Are you going to kill my brother bacause hes a Hebrew?
Get the baby's father.
Kill & get rid of the baby.
Get the baby's mother.
"Take this child away, and nurse it for me,"
"You will be killed for hiding the hebrew baby."
Take the child & flee Egypt.
The Pharaoh's daughter would let her be an egyptian queen.
The Pharaoh's daughter would pay her.
The Pharaoh's daughter would free her from slavery.
The baby was killed by egytian guards, before she could take him.
Hid him in the Egyptian wilderness, to avoid him being killed.
Fled Egypt & went to Persia
Took him to Pharaoh’s daughter and he became her son.
Because the child escaped being killed by the Egyptians.
She drew him out of the water.
Because the name means adopted one.