Play dough is great fun for little ones. They love to poke, squish and roll it! In today's post we have two links for you. How to make your own playdough at home It is both economical and easy, as our first link shows. Rachel Miller, blogging over at Family Maven writes: We recently made the softest, almost silky play dough recipe. My kids … [Read more...] about Teaching Christian lessons with playdough
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In a day when kids are exposed to media portraying the occult, gross violence and other horrific depictions, teaching on how to overcome fear is needed more than ever. Some fears are good. They keep us safe. For example, fear of being hit by a car will help us watch out when crossing a street. But some fears are harmful. They can take over … [Read more...] about How to Cope With Fear
How do you apply the principles of your Bible lesson to life today? This free PowerPoint game gives opportunities to discuss the consequences of life choices. Like our Spot the Bug game, this one relies on TWO PowerPoint presentations being open at the same time. By choosing random keys, clicking them, and reading the scenarios that open up, … [Read more...] about Keys to Success or a Mess?
How can we engage kids in discussion about marine pollution? This printable game is a starting point. Will the team pick a card with exotic fish, shells, or polluting rubbish? The game is full of surprise bonus points. Just add your own quiz questions to enjoy this fun way of thinking about a serious matter. Easy to make and set up Print the … [Read more...] about Scuba Diving Game Shows Concern for the Environment
How can we teach young people that our actions have consequences? This original and relevant game helps you explore with kids the everyday choices they have to make. Most good or bad things we do involve our hands. So the Helping or Hurting Hands printable game is very apt. After the team have chosen a hand card, a scenario on the back is … [Read more...] about Helping Kids Make Right Choices
Would you like a printable game that you can use again and again with any age group? This extremely versatile kit transforms from a simple “adding on” game for preschoolers, to a fast moving "bank it" or "go bust" for older children and youth. This review game can be played three ways According to the age of those in your group, choose the best … [Read more...] about Treasure Chest Lesson Review Game