WCC Kids at Home: April 11th

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: Print and cut apart the attached fish puzzle. Help your child reconstruct the image. Ask them what part of our story today included fish.


WHAT YOU DO: Use the Kite Tracing Templates and have your children trace the dotted lines and color their kites. Read aloud the verse on the page, ‘How wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ.’ Ephesians 3:18. Tell them, “Jesus’ love for you is higher and wider and longer and deeper than you could ever imagine. Jesus LOVES you and wants to be your friend, forever."

Think It Out

Read 2 Corinthians 13:11

Think about the last argument or disagreement you had with someone. What was it about?

Peace takes work. It’s easy to get angry. It’s much harder to work towards peace. Paul included these words at the end of his letter to the church in Corinth... Paul tells us to work, to help, to agree, and to live in peace.

So, what was your last argument about, and who was it with? Do you need to apologize for something you said or did when you argued? Ask God to help you do the right thing, to say what you need to say so you can work towards peace.

Peace Plates

Sometimes the people you live with can be the hardest people to make peace with. Ask an adult to help you find a thin paper plate, some tape, and some watercolor paints or markers. Have them place the tape on the plate to create a peace sign. Now fill in the entire plate with color. Once you are finished, peel off the tape to reveal your “peace plate.” Place this in the middle of your family’s kitchen table and at dinner, use the plate to point at each person and allow everyone to share a time when they chose peace!

Remember to choose to make peace with everyone!