WCC Kids at Home: November 8

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!

THANKFUL TREES

WHAT YOU DO: If you started this activity last week, add to it this week. As a family, discuss the things that you are thankful for. As each person shares, write down their answers on a piece of paper and collect them in a jar or coffee mug. This is an activity to do every day or each week until the end of November so find a creative way to save each answer so you can read them together at the end of the month. Optional: Draw or print a picture of tree and write each person's answer at the top as though the tree is filling with leaves!

THANK GOD FOR FOOD

WHAT YOU DO: Print and cut out the attached food pictures. Hide them around your house. When children find them, have them race each picture back to the table and say, "Thank God for _____!"

Grateful I Spy

Ask an adult to go outside with you to play a game of Grateful I Spy. The object of the game is to spy something that God created (like the trees, sky, sun) and describe it to the other person. When they guess what you are describing take a minute to say, “Thank you God for _______.”

Thank God for all the amazing things He has created.


Stick It To 'Em

Ask a parent for a stack of sticky notes and pencil. Throughout the day, think of things that you want to thank each member of your family for and write them a note to tell them. Be sure to stick it somewhere so they will find it. This is a great way to show them you are grateful for them!

Look for ways to show others you are grateful!


Take The Time

Grab a piece of paper and a pencil. Make a list of all the people that you are grateful for. After you have finished, circle the name of one person that you want to spend time with. As you spend time with him/her, tell them why you are grateful for him/her.

Know that it’s important to tell others you are grateful!