A family of four ostriches feature in this humorous PowerPoint story for kids of primary school age. The story It touches on the trouble we can get into if we ignore good advice, and the opportunity for a new beginning that comes through the Christian message. Here are a few of the slides from the story of Ozzie's Scary Night. The … [Read more...] about Ozzie’s Scary Night
This simple PowerPoint game is great fun, with colourful cookies and surprise bonus points. Play it quickly as a fun stand-alone game (you can amuse the children at home over the holidays) , or use it as an effective review game after a Bible lesson. Here's how the Cookie Count PowerPoint Game works Two teams play alternately. After … [Read more...] about Christmas Cookies Game
Would you like to involve your children in your Christmas service, but. . . Find yourself short of time? Have a class who are not skilled readers ? Feel that a whole play is too much for the children to learn? Then what you need is a simple, easy to learn Christmas item. And we have a free one ready for you to download and print! Add … [Read more...] about Spelling the Real Meaning of Christmas
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
What do children think about Christmas? A survey conducted in a London shopping centre showed some serious gaps in the festive knowledge of some children. The Metro newspaper reported that the survey found: Half of those between 5 and 12 years olds were under the impression that December 25 is Father Christmas’ birthday. A third of the … [Read more...] about A Simple Illustrated Nativity Story
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?