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Sunday School Lessons for Children's Ministry


Teaching kids to follow JesusMake every minute count! Check out our Sunday school curriculum, Children's sermons, Bible games, Christian skits and dramas, Christian craft activities, Bible memorization and evangelism ideas for elementary-aged classes. For Sunday school, kids' church, midweek programming, and Bible clubs too! 

Also, don't miss our free children's ministry ideas: Craft ideas for Sunday school and Bible skits for kids.

 



Ten Commandments Games

for Children's Ministry

Ten Commandments Tablets for Bible Game

Hot Bricks
Played like musical chairs except you pass around a toy brick and the person that is holding it when the music stops has to state one of the commandments. If they can't give one, they are out. (Created by student, Caroline P., from Joyce Kaack's 6th grade Sunday School class. rjkaack@hotmail.com)


Sabbath Rest Game
"Six days you shall labor and do all your work, but the seventh day is a Sabbath to the LORD your God" Exodus 20:9-10 (ESV).

Children's Bible Game Time

Play a game of Freeze Tag. Designate one, two, or three players to be "IT." At the go "IT" chases the other players to tag them and say, "Remember the Sabbath Day." The tagged player must FREEZE in place and respond by saying, "Keep it Holy." The other players may UNFREEZE FROZEN players by tagging them and saying, "Remember the Sabbath Day," with players responding again by saying, "Keep it holy." During play teacher slowly shouts a count to seven--six days to work, the seventh day to rest. At the count of seven, teacher yells, "Remember the Sabbath Day, with all the kids responding, "Keep it holy." Teacher designates new child or children to be "IT" in the next round of play.

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Summer Bible Lessons


Bible skits for childrens ministry

I've always thought it was important to teach something different during the summer—to change our regularly scheduled midweek Bible lessons or Sunday school curriculum. For one thing, families go on vacation, with some children attending one week, but then they might be gone 1, 2, or 3 weeks at a time. If you're teaching Bible curriculum that builds on the previous lessons, then your students are going to miss out. With that in mind, I was inspired to develop our Lights, Camera, Action Bible Skits. These Bible skits give children a change of pace, and keep them actively involved in telling the Bible story. Each skit has discussion questions too. They can also be used throughout the year with your existing programs.

We have found that children have fun helping to prepare the sets and dressing up in character. We film them too, which is an extra level of excitement for the kids, as well as a great way to review the lesson the following week by letting them watch their performance! 

Do you change your teaching methods for Sunday school or midweek programs during the summer months? If so, we'd love to know what you do! Email us at info@sundayschoolnetwork.com

We'd love to know how you use our skits to teach the children in your ministry. Email: info@sundayschoolnetwork.com

 



Survivor-Temptation Island TM

Summertime programming for Youth Ministry 

Bible game event for summer time youth ministry


You will love our outdoor Bible game adventure!

Goal:
Through various fun games, activities, challenges, and group Bible discussions, participants will learn that temptation is from Satan and can lead to sin. Participants will also learn how to receive God's power to resist Satan's temptations. Event lasts approximately 3.5 hours. For grades 5 and up*.

Introduction
From the time we begin to walk and talk, we are tempted to choose our way of living and making our own choices, and not God's way of living or choosing his ways. Our parents didn't have to teach us to do wrong, because we are sinful from birth. When we are young, we might be tempted to steal a cookie or disobey our parents. However, these sins, though seemingly insignificant, still separate us from Holy God. As we get older, our sins can destroy our health and relationships with others. The Bible says that Satan is like a roaring lion seeking someone to devour. Satan wants to defeat God's children and will do whatever it takes to accomplish his goal. God has given us his Word so we can defend ourselves against Satan's fiery attacks. 

Learn more about our summertime Bible lesson and game event for youth ministry! 

 

 




The Amazing Parable Race TM
Bible game event for summertime youth ministry

Amazing Parable Race Bible Game EventThe Amazing Parable Race is crazy-fun; it's an exciting way to teach children the Parable of the Sower from Matthew 13! 

Played similarly to the popular game show The Amazing Race. Teams hunt for hidden Bible verse clues to find items from nature that are in the parable. Teams must also complete challenges before moving ahead in the game. 

The Amazing Parable Race is a perfect warm-up to a season of studying the Parables of Jesus Bible lessons. It's an experience they'll never forget!

The download includes: a teacher lesson guide, patterns for your Bible clues and challenge cards, color cover to make promotional flyers, and game tips for a successful event! The ideal age group is for 4th-8th grade.

Learn more about The Amazing Parable Race Bible Game Event for Summertime Fun!

 


 
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