WCC Kids at Home: February 14

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: Encourage your child to select three items from around the house that they would like to share with a friend. As they pick out these items, ask them how they would share each thing. Remind them that Jesus loves spending time with his friends…including us!


WHAT YOU DO: Use the attached page. Draw a card and do what it says to spend time with Jesus.

Cards and actions include:

  • Singing
  • Dancing
  • Walking outside and looking at the wonderful things He has made.
  • Praying
  • Reading the Bible/Saying the verse
  • Heart - telling Jesus we love Him

Use your words for good

Read Proverbs 16:23-24

Have you drizzled honey on a warm piece of buttered toast? Yum! Today’s verse compares kind words to honey. When you’re wise and choose kind words, they can bring healing.

When it comes to showing kindness, sometimes the people we have the hardest time with are our family and friends. When we’re with the people who know us best, we tend to let our guards down and say and do things we’d never do in front of people we don’t know as well.

The next time you sit down to eat some warm buttered toast and honey (or your favorite breakfast cereal), look across the table and say something kind to a member of your family. The next time you open your lunch box at school, use kind words as you talk to your friends. Words are important so make them count!

It's all in the family

Read Galatians 6:10

On a separate piece of paper, draw a picture of your family. Families come in all shapes in sizes. Whatever your family looks like on the outside, we all have the same problem on the inside. No member of your family is perfect, including you. That means that no family is perfect. But that doesn’t give us a pass on doing good and showing kindness to the people that know us best and matter most. Because no one is perfect, you’ll need some help to get this right.

Point to the people in your picture and ask God to help you show kindness to each one. If you’ve done something you need to ask forgiveness for, ask God to help you say you’re sorry and make a different choice next time.