Today we’re sharing the second lesson in our kids’ Sunday School series. These lessons are to help parents / guardians during this “stay at home” time across the nation… and world. Since our kiddos can’t gather with their own classes and teachers (and since it’s tough for us to teach a focused class via Zoom with our kids running around), we’re providing some lessons for parents to use.
These lessons follow the Sunday School curriculum we’ve been using in the class we teach at our church. That way, if we are able to meet in person again, we haven’t lost any steam. But they are also designed that you can jump in at any time and use yourselves.
This lesson wraps up Ephesians 6 and focuses on prayer.
We tried this lesson with our kiddos earlier this week and it involves talking about and praying for the world…
… and looking through a church directory (if you have one) and praying for people you see.
We also have another coloring page you can download (or use as a template to make your own if you’re like us and don’t actually own a printer)…
And ideas for a handprint craft and prayer activity you can do!
But most of all, the lesson focuses on how God hears us when we pray, how we can pray for anyone, and how we should pray for opportunities to tell people about Jesus.
We know that this is also Palm Sunday, so if you’re looking for some simple activities you can do with your kiddos to celebrate, try one of these:
Have fun teaching your kids this week!