Introducing the God signs should start at an early age. Mixing the worksheet with the God sign makes learning to be more fun but still engaging is preferable. Involve the activities with the God signs picture on the worksheet to make them acquire some skills along with knowing the symbols of God itself.
If you are about to construct the worksheet for Sunday school, you might need the reference below. Just check this out and apply it to your class!
Maze is quite common for kids learning. Turn the maze into a shape that is in line with God’s symbol. The cross will be great as a maze. Serve the instruction for kids to spot the start and look for the way out from the cross maze.
Instruct them to use the pencil color, so they can easily repeat the line while getting out of the maze worksheet.
Have a surprise picture of the church as the result through connecting the dots worksheet. This worksheet makes students connect one by one dots based on the numbers stated on it. Basically, they just need to link the numbers in the right arrangement.
Color by number will be nice to involve. Instead of coloring directly, add some twists to define the color with the matching method. So, they will know the exact color based on the number stated on it. For this one, use the empty tomb to introduce them to another God’s symbols.
Word search is a test tool to enrich kids’ vocabulary. Use this as the testing tool after God’s symbols material deliver. The worksheet makes students have to spot the words on the scrambled alphabet and give the sign on it.
Those worksheets are great to include the God signs on them. However, before jumping to doing the task, make sure you already acknowledge them with the materials, so they can nail it.
Showing kids how to gratitude is a must. Start from the things they already have and taste every day such as delicate food, hearing ability, seeing ability, and many more. Instead of teaching them verbally only, starting to utilize the worksheet might make them engage more.
God made me special worksheets play a good role in training kids to be grateful. Here’s what to include in the worksheet.
Start with the space for them to write their name and age. Make them mention their favorite things such as color, food, drink, movie, toys, activity, and many more. State the phrase on how they should be grateful for and the way they express it. Write also the Bible verse about gratitude so they will be familiar with it later.
To make it more attractive, have a human template for them to draw and color as their appearance. You can also serve the space to stick their family photo on the worksheet. This worksheet helps students to boost their gratitude feelings, drawing skills, coloring skills, and also writing skills. How impressive it is.
Go with another style of the worksheet by making them list the things they gratitude for. Have a worksheet with the details of the things, place, and the reason they should be grateful. This worksheet makes kids stick to the habit of always being grateful in any kind of situation.
If you think those worksheets suit your kids or students, just copy the ideas and execute your worksheet right away!
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Having a Sunday class makes you should figure out the engaging activities with the religious theme. Kids love activities that involve colorful things. Therefore, considering crafting involved in your Sunday school is a must.
There are numerous kinds of crafting to apply, these ideas might inspire you in constructing a learning plan on Sunday school teaching.
Arrange the kids to make the garland with handprints. All you need to prepare are the Bible verse, colored paper, pen, string, glue, paper puncher, and scissor. Instruct the kids to stick their hands to the paper and transfer it with the pen. Make handprint cutouts by following its line. Requires the students to write their names on it.
Then, you can start to deliver the Bible verse to each student, so they can rewrite it on the wreath. Make a hole on the wreath using the paper puncher and insert the string on it. the wreath is ready to hang on the classroom wall.
Popsicle stick is a great crafting material to build the students' appearance. Arrange the kids' project in making their appearance with the popsicle sticks as the body parts, while the face can be drawn on paper, so it will look like a puppet. Instruct the kids to stick their favorite Bible verse into their design.
Choose the activities between those two and make your Sunday schools festive learning!