WCC Kids at Home: September 13

Online video and curriculum for you to do as a family at home!

Check here Thursdays to see new curriculum and videos, discussion questions, and downloadable crafts for you to do at home!

1. Watch the Worship & Bible Story Video!

2. Do the Activities as a Family!


WHAT YOU DO: Use the movement cards provided to draw a card and show your child the movement listed. Have them perform that movement for 10 seconds before saying, "FREEZE!" and switching to another card. Remind them that just like they followed the plans on the card, they can trust that God has a plan for them!


WHAT YOU NEED: A pair of mittens or socks,
plastic easter eggs.

WHAT YOU DO: Separate the plastic eggs and set them on the table. Have your child stack the egg halves, flat side on the table top, one on top of the other like stacked ice cream scoops. Say, "Let’s pretend these are scoops of ice cream. And because ice cream is cold, let’s protect our hands with these mittens!” Encourage your children as they work that they are doing a good job following the plan. Say, "In our Bible story today, we heard about a very important plan, and it was hard, too. But God's plans are always good!"

Take Time

Spending time with a friend and getting to know them is a way to show love to them. This week, spend time with a friend and “interview” them. Find out all their favorite things! Here is a list to get you started: favorite food, favorite animal, favorite color, favorite toy, favorite sport.

Look for ways to show your friends that they are important to you!

Stick It To ‘Em

We are learning just how important our friends are this month. How can we show our friends that they are important to us? Grab three sticky notes and pencil. Come up with three different ways that you can show your friends they are important to you. Maybe you want to draw a picture for a friend, invite a friend over for cookies, or teach a friend a cool trick you learned. Now that you have these written down, think of the friend you want to these for and write their name on each sticky note, and do it this week.

Ask God to help you as you show your friends that they are
important to you!

Discussion Questions

Jonathan and David made an agreement of friendship before God. This means they made a promise to God that they would always be kind and loving to each other and to their families. Today, make your own covenant of friendship before God. But instead of making it with a specific friend, pray a prayer of promise that you will be a good friend to everyone. Here’s an example, but feel free to change it up and use your own words, just be sure and pray specifically for a friend or two.

“Dear God, thank You for the example of Jonathan and David’s friendship that teaches us so much about what it means to be a good friend. They show us that friends love one another, and I want to be that kind of loving friend too. Today, I promise to love my friends. Please help me put others first and always look out for my friends’ best interests. Today, I especially want to pray for my friends (list one or more of your close friends) ___________. Please help me know how to best show them I love and care for them as friends do. In Jesus' name, I pray, amen.”

For memory verses, discussion questions, and prayer, please download the PDFs below!