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Encourage your children to use their imagination and creativity with a fun craft or activity!

No-Prep Scavenger Hunt

Enjoy God's creation while doing this fun outdoor activity with your children! Find the items below or come up with some ideas of your own.

Items to find:

  • A flower bloom
  • Footprints or tracks
  • An insect
  • A seedling just sprouted
  • An animal that walks
  • A plant bud
  • An animal that flies
  • 3 different types of leaves
Scavenger Hunt

Garden of Gifts

God has gifted every student differently. Have your students write a positive quality or ability for each of their peers on a strip of colored paper. Glue and fold the strips to create a flower for each child. Help your students see the gifts of others and their own gifts too!

Items to use:

  • Strips of colored paper
  • Glue
  • Markers
  • Bulletin board
Garden of Gifts

Bookworm Bookmarks

Encourage your younger students to read by making these personalized bookworm bookmarks.

Items to use:

  • Six paper circles (decreasing in size)
  • Glue
  • Decorative eyes
  • Pen to write a simple motivational message.
Bookmark

Blessings Jar

Children often forget the blessings they receive. Create “Blessings Jars” to help them remember their blessings. Each day they write a blessing on a note and put it in the jar. Quarterly, have them open the jar, read all the notes, and reflect on the gifts the Lord has provided.

Items to use:

  • Glass jars
  • Construction paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Pen or marker
  • Ribbon or string
Blessings Jar

Parts of the Flower

Consider doing this fun and affordable craft to get your students familiar with the parts of a flower. This craft complements the concepts taught in Science PACE 1026.

Items to use:

  • Construction paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Decorative items (paint, markers, tissue paper etc.)
  • Pen or marker
Flower

Keys of Friendship

Help your children understand how their character can affect those around them. One way would be to use this “keys of friendship” craft to help your students visualize the traits they need to practice when making friends.

Items to use:

  • Construction paper
  • Scissors
  • Pen or marker
Keys of Friendship

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