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«Kindergarten & 1st Grade Week 1, July 7 The Journey Bible Story: The Journey (Peter experiences Jesus’ love) • John 18-21 (Supporting: John 13; ...»

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Kindergarten & 1st Grade Week 1, July 7

The Journey

Bible Story: The Journey (Peter experiences Jesus’ love) • John 18-21 (Supporting: John 13; Matthew

14:13-21, 16:13-20, 26:26)

Bottom Line: God is doing something in me so I will love the people around me.

Memory Verse: “You are the light of the world. A city on a hill can’t be hidden.” Matthew 5:14, NIrV

Life App: 3 Basics: Wisdom • Faith • Friendship Basic Truth: I should treat others the way I want to be treated.

Early Arriver Activity (8:45 or 10:30) What You Need: An offering container

What You Do:

While passing the offering container around, ask kids: If you were given a sheep, what would you have to do to take good care of it? What would you name it? Where would you keep it? What do you think the hardest part of taking care of a sheep would be?

Plug In (9:00 or 10:45) Sheep Trivia What You Need: No materials needed

What You Do:

Explain that you will ask five sheep trivia questions and give three possible answers. Kids will say, “Baa!” when they hear the correct answer. They will shake their heads quietly from side to side when they think it’s the wrong answer. (TIP: Every answer is “C”) Read the question and all the answers through one time. Then repeat the question and say each answer slowly so the kids have time to respond.

1. The person who takes care of the sheep is called … A) a sheep guy; B) the sheep dude; C) a shepherd

2. What is a sheep’s favorite food? A) pizza; B) cookies; C) grass

3. Sometimes people tell you to count sheep to help you … A) not be bored; B) practice your alphabet; C) fall asleep

4. Sheep grow beautiful … A) feathers; B) antlers; C) wool 5. (Challenge question: Prep the kids that this one is harder.) When does a sheep get a haircut? A) Whenever her mom says it’s time; B) When she wants a new look and hairstyle;

C) In the summer

What You Say:

“I can’t pull the wool over your eyes. You guys know a lot about sheep. [Transition] Today in Large Group, we are going to hear about a guy who was asked to take care of a different type of sheep.” Lead your group to the Large Group area.

Prayer Time After large group, gather children in their small groups. Lead them in prayer focusing on “The Bottom Line.” Catch On #1 Let’s Hear You Cheer! (application activity / review the Bible story) What You Need: No materials needed

What You Do:

Explain that today’s Bible story had three different parts. The first part was all about some of the incredible miracles that Jesus did. Tell kids you’ll ask them some questions and the first person to say, “Baa!” gets to answer.

 What did Jesus do with the two fish and five loaves of bread after spending the day with a huge crowd?

(He performed a miracle and used that tiny bit of food to feed the crowd of 5,000 people.)  A bunch of guys carried their friend who couldn’t walk to see Jesus. It was so crowded that they had to climb on the roof with their friend, make a hole in it, and lower their friend into the house so he could meet Jesus. What did Jesus do next? (Jesus healed their friend.)  When Jesus’ close friend, Lazarus, died and was buried in a tomb for four days, how did Jesus respond?

(He cried. Then Jesus called Lazarus to come out and brought him back to life.)

Next, lead kids in this cheer. Say each line and have kids repeat:

He did it! He did it!

I’m His biggest fan!

Miracles are part of His plan!

Explain that the second part of today’s story was all about the message. Jesus has a message for everyone and it’s not a secret message. This message is for everybody. Tell kids you have another question for them.

 What did Peter answer when Jesus asked him who he thought Jesus was? A) A great teacher; B) A great prophet; C) the Son of God (Answer is C)

Next, lead kids in this cheer:

J-E-S-U-S is the S-O-N of G-O-D!

Explain that the third part of today’s story is all about Jesus’ mission. Jesus’ mission was to die for our sins so we could be together forever. Tell kids that when they know the answer to this question, they should jump up and say the answer in their best sheep voice.

 What happened three days after Jesus died? (Jesus rose from the dead! He was alive!)

Next, lead kids in this cheer:

Jesus died for me!

Jesus died for you!

Three days later His mission was complete.

He rose for me!

He rose for you!

It’s true! It’s true!

Jesus is alive! Jesus is alive!

What You Say:

“I wonder how many miracles Peter saw Jesus do? He believed Jesus was the Son of God. And once Jesus died and rose from the dead, just like He said He would, Peter realized just how great God’s love really was. It changed Peter forever. [Apply] It can change us too when we’re reminded of all the amazing things Jesus did while He was on earth. God loves us so much that He sent His only Son to live and die for us.

Knowing this can help us believe that [Impress] God is doing something in me so I will love the people around me.” [Personalize] (Share briefly about a time when you were reminded of God’s love and how it made you want to love and help someone else.) Catch On #2 I Can Help! (application activity / great for active learners) What You Need: 1 set of dice (total of 2)





What You Do:

Choose two kids to come up front and give each of them a die. Insruct one kid to roll his die. Look at the key below and whisper to that kid the person that corresponds to the number he rolled. He then acts like the second kid is that person. The first kid’s goal is to treat the second kid like he would want to be treated if he were that person. Kids can use words or actions. The rest of the kids in your Small Group will try to guess who the second kid is. You can whisper ideas of what they can do if they seem stuck. Once someone guesses who the second kid is, have those two kids switch roles.

After both kids have had a turn to roll and act out the scenario, they sit back down and another pair of kids come up. It should get easier as there will be some repeats—tell the kids to try and not do the same thing as other kids that rolled the same number. What’s another way they could show that person love and treat them the way they want to be treated? Help as needed and encourage often. Don’t let the kids see this whole list so it’s harder.

1 = Teacher 2 = Grandparent 3 = Sick person 4 = Neighbor 5 = New kid at school 6 = Brother, sister, or cousin

What You Say:

“It’s really easy for us to get upset when we don’t think people are treating us right or fairly, isn’t it? That’s why Jesus encouraged us to treat others the way we want to be treated. That’s what we did during the activity we practiced. [Apply] So, if you like to get hugs when you’re feeling bad, others might like a hug too. Maybe you like to get cards in the mail or to choose the movie you watch. Think about who in your life would feel loved by the same things. I’m so glad [Impress] God is doing something in me so I will love the people around me, and I’m glad He’s doing something in you, too!” Catch On #3 Shining Bright (memory verse activity) What You Need: Bibles; “Shining Bright Memory Verse Pages” (Activity Page); fluorescent crayons, markers, or paints

What You Do:

Look up the verse with the kids, using these tips.

Finding verses with kindergartners: Guide children to open the Bibles to the marked page. Point to the word Matthew at the top of the page as you say “Matthew” aloud. Then guide children to find the big number 5 on the page. Explain that this is the chapter number. Finally, guide them to look under the big 5 for the little 14; this is the verse number. Tell them to leave their finger on the verse as you read the verse aloud. Then lead everyone to say the verse together.

st Finding verses with 1 graders: Guide them to open their Bibles to the front and find the table of contents. (Hold up a Bible opened to the table of contents to show the kids what the page looks like.) When the kids find the table of contents, lead them to find Matthew in the list under “New Testament.” You can help by telling them that Matthew starts with the letters M–A. When the kids find Matthew, lead them to look at the page number beside the word. Explain that the number tells them on what page they can find Matthew. Help the kids find the page. When they find Matthew, explain that the big numbers on the page are the chapter numbers. Help them find chapter 5. Explain that the small numbers are verse numbers. Help them find verse 14 in chapter 5. Tell them to leave their finger on the verse as you read the verse aloud. Then lead everyone to say the verse together.

After you’ve said the verse several times, talk about what it looks like for a city to shine at night on a dark hill.

Next, guide kids to brainstorm other things that shine bright and what it means for a person to shine bright.

Finally, give each kid an Activity Page. Instruct them to color it with the fluorescent crayons.

What You Say:

“Our verse says: ‘You are the light of the world. A city on a hill can’t be hidden.’ It would be impossible to hide a city up on a hill if it was all lit up like our pictures (hold one up). It would just be too bright. It would stand out for miles around. What other things can you think of that are bright and shiny? (Glow stick, flashlight, spotlight, gold, etc.) [Apply] How can we be more like this? (Take responses.) Loving Jesus and learning about Him helps to change us on the inside, and that makes us shine so bright others will need shades! But we don’t have to try and do this alone. [Impress] God is doing something in me so I will love the people around me.” Kindergarten & 1st Grade Week 2, July 14 Go the Extra Mile Bible Story: Go the Extra Mile • Matthew 5:41-42 Bottom Line: God is doing something in me so I will love people who are hard to love.

Memory Verse: “You are the light of the world. A city on a hill can’t be hidden.” Matthew 5:14, NIrV Life App: 3 Basics: Wisdom • Faith • Friendship Basic Truth: I should treat others the way I want to be treated.

Early Arriver Activity (8:45 or 10:30) Early Arriver Idea What You Need: An offering container

What You Do:

While passing the offering container around the circle, ask: How long do you think it takes to walk a mile? Why do you think so? (Note: It takes the average adult 20 minutes to walk a mile.) How long do you think it would take to walk two miles? Do you think you could even walk two whole miles? Would it be easy or hard?

Plug In (9:00 or 10:45) Mile of Fun What You Need: No materials needed

What You Do:

Ask the kids to line up and follow you as you start walking around the room. Tell kids it might get boring to walk a mile or two. Ask them to come up with other ways to travel a mile that would be fun. (Hopping, skipping, jumping, cartwheels, crab walk, etc.) Take a few minutes and practice each suggestion. Then string them together in different combinations. When you are done, have the kids sit down to rest.

What You Say:

“Well, that was fun! What was your favorite way to walk a mile? (Take responses.) I’d walk a mile with you guys anytime. [Transition] Today in Large Group, we are going to hear a story about a guy who walked two miles because Jesus said it was the right thing to do.” Lead your group to the Large Group area.

Prayer Time After large group, gather children in their small groups. Lead them in prayer focusing on “The Bottom Line.” Catch On #1 Going the Extra Mile (application activity / review the Bible story / good for active learners) What You Need: Bible marked at Matthew 5:41

What You Do:

Read and discuss Matthew 5:41: “Suppose someone forces you to go one mile. Go two miles with them.” (NIrV) Discuss what it means to go the extra mile. (Go beyond what is expected of you.) Explain to the kids that they will take turns deciding whether a person did just what they were asked and went a mile, or if they went way beyond what was expected of them and went the extra mile or two. If the person in the situation only did what was expected, ask the group how they could have gone the extra mile in that situation. When it’s a kid’s turn, they stand and jog in place while they listen and answer the question.

1. Your neighbors asked you to water their plants when they were on vacation. You followed their directions perfectly. Did you go the extra mile? (No)

2. Your grandma asked you to bring her the book she left on the counter. You bring her the book and you bring her reading glasses. Did you go the extra mile? (Yes)

3. Your mom asks you to pick up all the toys in your room. You pick up all the toys in the entire house. Did you go the extra mile? (Yes)

4. Your teacher asks you to play with the new kid at recess today. You play with the new kid at all of the recesses that week. Did you go the extra mile? (Yes)

5. Your dad asks you to take the garbage out. You wait until the last minute and take it out. Did you go the extra mile? (No)

6. You go to the grocery store with your mom and see a person in a wheelchair coming. You wait before going in to the store so you can hold the door open for that person. Did you go the extra mile? (Yes)

7. Your friend at school is sad because he misses his dad who is in the army and away for a few months.

You want to play soccer. Your friend just wants to go hunting for bugs. You decide to stay with your friend and go bug hunting. Did you go the extra mile? (Yes)

8. Your friend wants to ride your brand new bike. You let her ride your old bike. Did you go the extra mile?

(No)

9. Your mom asks you to clear the table and put the dinner dishes in the sink. You put them right where she told you to. Did you go the extra mile? (No)

10. Your soccer coach asks your team to run a lap around the field at the end of practice. You run the lap and then help pick up equipment. Did you go the extra mile? (Yes)

What You Say:



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