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Kaleidoscope Craft

Kaleidoscopes were invented by a Scottish scientist in 1816. The word kaleidoscope is a Greek word that means "Beautiful Form Watcher;" "kalos" means beautiful, "eidos" means form, and "scopos" means watcher. 

Kaleidoscopes are a fascinating toy and can be used to teach children about reflecting the light of Jesus, in that light brings out the best part of a kaleidoscope. 

Light and mirrors are the two main components in a Kaleidoscope. Without light to pass through the tube, which then reflects off the mirrors, a kaleidoscope will not display the wonderful forms inside. 

Jesus said, "I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life" John 8:12. Christians are like kaleidoscopes, because when Jesus lives in our hearts, his light shines through us, and we reflect God's beauty, his image.

When you point your kaleidoscope to the light, be reminded . . . get the Kaleidoscope lesson.


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Journey to the Cross Rhyming Ideas

Burma Shave signs were an advertising method popular from 1925 to 1963. Large signs were placed at intervals along U.S. highways, with each one showing a line of a four-part rhyme, with the last sign usually reading "Burma-Shave." By placing similar signs along the front of our church properties, homes, or places of business, it would be a creative way to tell the Journey to the Cross story!

Below, are a few rhymes to get you started.

1) Lent is underway. 
2) So kneel down and pray. 
3) Tell God you've sinned. 
4) And let him come in!


1) Jesus Christ, 
2) Our Passover Lamb. 
3) Was sent from the Father. 
4) So we wouldn't be damned.


1) He was thinking of you, 
2) When he hung on the tree. 
3) He took on your punishment, 
4) To set you free.


Get more Journey to the Cross rhyming ideas.

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Ten Commandments Bookmarks 

Learn the commands, in order, in just minutes! The commandment number corresponds to the number of fingers: 

#1. God is # 1 
(hold up one pointer finger). 

#2. Don't worship idols 
(two fingers "bow.")

#3. Don't misuse God's name
(three fingers over mouth).

# 4 - 10 are just as easy to memorize in order!

The commands are numbered according to the Hebrew Scriptures.

Get our God's Top Ten Bookmarks.

Bible Games for Kids & Christian Skits    

Christian skits based on the Gospel of Mark Bible books game
Mark: Bible Skits               Bible Stack-O! 

Christian skits based on the book of Ruth Bible Games Explosion 52 Year-round Bible games
   Ruth: Bible Skits            Bible Games Explosion!



Children's Message: Observing LINT?

Focus: What will you give to Jesus?

Bible references: Romans 12:1 

Two Characters: Preferably older youths or adults

Props: Bag containing a Lint Roller, and a Bible

Person 1: (removes lint roller from bag and begins rolling it on kids clothing, floor, seats, etc. and then looking closely at the roller each time.)

Person 2: What are you doing?

Person 1: (proudly) Observing Lint!

Person 2: I see that, but why?

Person 1: (continues rolling) Itís that time of year when Christians observe Lint for 40 days before Easter.

Person 2: Oh my. Iím glad youíre trying to be faithful, but you have it all wrong! Youíre thinking of Lent, L-E-N-T, not lint, l-i-n-t! Lent is the forty-days leading up to Easter when Jesusí followers remember that he was tempted by Satan in the desert for forty days. During that time . . . Get our Lenten message for Children.

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