Choose some activity ideas this week to help your kids resolve disputes cooperatively, be quick to forgive, escape selfishness and show concern for others.
Choose as many or as few as you like, but please let us know what you get up to by posting on social media using #lpcholidayclub2020 or email email@example.com. Complete at least one activity to collect your Harmony picture piece and hopefully complete your picture! Where you see*** beside an activity, we can supply the materials, simply drop us an email before Sunday if you would like us to deliver them.
Breathing with the trees
Did you know that the average tree produces enough oxygen to keep a family of four breathing for a year? Isn’t that amazing!
So this week’s activity is to find leaves and make a picture or poster with them.
Bible Stories Videos
This week our bible stories are told by Alison Chalmers and one of our teenagers, Megan Fourie. Megan tells us about Joseph and his Family Feud with his brothers while Alison tells us about James’ and John’s Me First attitude.
Fun with Food
Fruit and Vegetable People
We are privileged today to live in a world of many cultures. Here the kids can use many different coloured and shaped fruit and veg to make mutil-cultural people.
Science with a Twist
Love can calm a brewing fight!
Use a simple experiment with vinegar and soda, creating fizz and then snuffing it out, to demonstrate that responding with love when a fight is brewing can calm the situation and bring peace.
Any where, any time
Shalom, peace be with you
Introduce your children to the Hebrew word Shalom. Shalom is traditionally used as a greeting. Shalom Aleichem means “Peace be with you.” Although many people use the term casually, as we would say “hello” or “good-bye,” the word Shalom has a much deeper meaning.
Memory verses and Prayers for kids
Memorising Scripture with your children helps God’s Spirit bring about lasting change. Choose a verse for your children to learn. Reading it over at least once every day helps.
There are also some sample prayers for kids to use to seek God’s help and reassurance.