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This Week for Journey Kids: November 29th

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Share God's story at home

Look below to find everything you need to share God's story with your child at home this week.

You can also find additional family resources on the Parent Resources page, as well as updates & encouragement throughout the week on the "Journey Kids Parents" Facebook page.

 

TODDLER & 4-KINDERGARTEN KIDS

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Our younger kids are focused in on how "GOD IS GOOD" this month with a fun theme of "Thankful Tree". It's all about how "we have a lot we can thank God for"! 

Find everything you need for a great at-home experience (including this week's Bible story video!) at The Parent Cue website.  

 

EXTRA AT-HOME FUN!

Use the simple format below to have fun connecting the Bible story together after watching this week's video. Share a picture with us online using #journeykids!

1. Grab some musical instruments (Real or homemade! Pots & pans!?!) or craft materials.

2. Explain the word "praise" means to celebrate how good something is. 

3. Spend a few minutes praising God for all the goodness we see. Look out the window and celebrate nature, open the fridge and celebrate provision, sing and song and celebrate music, etc. Have fun praising God at home!  

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1ST-5TH GRADE KIDS

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1st-5th grade kids are learning about GRATITUDE this month. We're focusing in this week on the ability to "get in the habit of being grateful". Our Bible passage is from 1 Corinthians 11:23-26. This passage is often referred to as "The Lord's Supper" and explains the significance of communion.  

Find everything you need for a great at-home experience (including this week's Bible story video!) at The Parent Cue website.

EXTRA AT-HOME EXPERIENCE:

If you feel your child understands is ready, lead them through an at-home communion experience. 

1. Prepare a cracker or small piece of bread. Tell your child this reminds of of Jesus' body and how it was broken as a sacrifice for all of our sin. 

2. Prepare a cup or juice. Tell your child this reminds of of Jesus' blood as he died on the cross for us. 

3. Say a prayer thanking God for Jesus' sacrifice and how because of that we are forgiven and made right with God. 

4. Eat the cracker. Drink the juice. 

5. Remind your child that communion is a habit we have to express gratitude for what Jesus has done for us. Share with your child your own personal experiences with communion. 

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