Here is the rough breakdown of my series on 'Exodus - The Great Escape' for camp (starts saturday, 9-12 yr olds).
1. Exodus 1 (&2). God keeps his promises (intro to the series)
2. Exodus 3 (&4). Meet the LORD (i.e., what's he like? Holy/Saving/Reliable)
3. Exodus 7-11. The Big Fight - Pharaoh vs God (God is God of all the earth)
4. Exodus 12. Passover - Rescue through Blood (Mainly about PSA this talk)
5. Exodus 14. The Red Sea - Rescue through Victory (God beats his people's enemies)
6. Exodus 20:1-17. Living God's Way (How should rescued people live? Point of rescue was from slavery in egypt to Yahweh's kingship etc.)
7. Exodus 25, 29, 40:34ff. God with us (Tabernacle, God dwelling with his people as the goal of redemption, God guiding Israel all the way to the promised land etc. etc.)
It has really struck me in preparation just how much stuff there is in Exodus. Along the way we'll meet (at times only briefly, alas) with such themes and doctrines as;
- God's sovereignty and human responsibility (talks 3&4 mainly)
- Salvation as new creation (talks 5, 6, 7 mainly)
- Judgment (and in fact sin) as de-creation (mainly talk 3, but it could so easily be in 5 too)
- The Perseverence of the Saints (talk 7)
And of course, Covenant/Promise, Penal Substitutionary Atonement, Death/Resurrection, Law/Grace, Lordship, Kingdom, Christus Victor, Revelation and so on...
Basically, there's quite a lot in Exodus, and I've only started to scratch the surface.