We have already begun reporting incidents at schools that involve push-back against religiously themed Christmas celebrations.

Those who don’t like faith-oriented lessons in public schools may wish to redirect their efforts to some Common Core lesson plans focusing on President Barack Obama.

The school lesson plan and accompanying visual presentation was created by Sherece Bennett. It’s based on Nikki Grimes’ book, “Barack Obama: Son of Promise, Child of Hope.”

World Net Daily reports, that Kyle Olson has reported on the lesson plan and said it casts Obama “in a messianic light. Literally.”

Olson indicates on his website, Education Action Group website, the Common Core curriculum is designed for children in the third grade. This lesson plan comes on the heels of another controversial book teaching children that white voters would never elect a black president.

Olson points out the book says in one passage, a young Obama sees beggars and wonders, “Will I ever be able to help people like these? Hope hung deep inside of him,” the book adds.

According to Olson the book also says: “Before dawn each morning, Barry rose – his mother’s voice driving him from dream land. ‘Time for learning English grammar and the Golden Rule. Be honest, be kind, be fair,’ she taught him.”

The story continues: “One morning, he slipped on the name he’d been born with. The name of his father, Barack. For the first time in his life, he wore it proudly – like a coat of many colors.”

According to Olson, the mentioning of the “coat of many colors is an Obama-inspired Biblical reference in a government school.” The portrayal of Obama as messiah is a “mythical interpretation of Obama,” designed for elementary aged children. (You can click here to read more about what Olson says concerning the book.)