WCC Kids at Home: February 7

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

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

1. Watch the Worship & Bible Story Video!


WHAT YOU DO: Have two family members stand on each side of the room. One person is the “clapper” and the other closes their eyes. The “clapper” will clap as the listener follows the sound. When the listener reaches the clapper, celebrate together! Remind your child that our story today about Jesus telling the children, ‘Come to me!’ Jesus loves you so much.


WHAT YOU DO: Use the attached coloring page to have your child draw their friends in the sandbox. Write the names of the friends they chose and remind them that Jesus loves say each one! And Jesus loves you, too!

Emotional IQ:

Part of being kind is recognizing how other people feel by paying attention to their emotions. If someone is sad, what is the kind thing to do? If someone is excited about something— even something that doesn’t seem all that exciting to you— what is the kind thing to do? Remember, be kind to others because God is kind to you.

  • Read each statement below. On a piece of paper, draw the face someone might make if the statement happened to them (examples: happy, sad, angry, confused, scared, embarrassed, surprised).
  • Your best friend won the school spelling bee.
  • Your dad lost his job today.
  • Your brother hates math and says he doesn’t understand it at all.
  • Your family is going on vacation to your favorite place.

Take a Snapshot:

  • Gather three to five index cards and a marker.
  • Challenge yourself to finish the sentence, “Kindness is . . .” with an action statement. For example Kindness is when my mom makes my favorite dinner.
  • Think of times when you have experienced kindness at school or when a family member or a friend did something that made you feel special or important.

Look through each card and answer these questions:

  • How would this show someone they are valuable? For example: How would sharing your lunch show, someone, they are valuable?
  • How does God show us a kindness? How does He show us we are valuable?