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Here are this week’s lessons you and your kids can do together!

Preschool Video:

K-3 Elementary Video:

4-5 Preteen Video:

Lesson Plans:

Preschool Adventure Books - Guides to complete with your preschooler and prompts to help you have those intentional conversations about applying the Bible to everyday life.

Elementary Parent Guides - Easy to use discussion guides to have small groups at home! Families can talk about what they have learned and apply it to daily life.

Elementary God Times - Short Devotionals that will help reinforce the lesson for the week and help you grow closer to God!

  • K-1 God Times
  • 2-3 God Times
  • 4-5 God Times

Additional Activites:

Extra Mile Tic-Tac-Toe

Suggested Material: Beanbags (or small tossable objects), floor tape, paper, and marker (or you can just do this on a standard piece of paper!)

  • On each piece of paper, write one of the following in large block letters: TEACHER, FRIEND, SISTER, PARENT, BUS DRIVER, CLASSMATE, GRANDPARENT, BROTHER, GROCERY STORE CASHIER
  • Tape a nine square (three squares by three squares) tic-tac-toe grid.
  • Make sure each square of your grid is large enough for a piece of paper.
  • Tape down each of the pages into the squares on your tic-tac-toe board—one page per spot.
  • Give each player five beanbags or objects (make sure they remember which ones are theirs).
  • Tape a starting line about four feet from the tic-tac-toe board.
  • Each person will take turns tossing their object onto the grid to land on a page.
  • Then give one example of how they would show “Extra Mile Kindness” to the person on the page.
  • Take turns back and forth.
  • Just like in normal tic-tac-toe the goal is to get three in a row.


Extra Mile Kindness Charades
  • Brainstorm things kids have to do that aren’t exciting - Encourage your kids to think of chores they have to do, like make their bed or take out the trash. Or things that as parents, we often remind them to do, like homework, brushing their teeth, or playing with a younger sibling.
  • Write each example on an index card/piece of paper
  • Shuffle the index cards/ paper and use them to play charades.
  • Set a timer for 30-60 seconds.
  • The "actor" draws a card and acts out what is on the card without making a sound.
  • The other person/people try to guess what is written on the card.
  • For each index card,  finish the following sentence, “When I am asked to (fill in with the action on the index card) I can go the extra mile by . . .”
  • Encourage them to think about how they could do a little more than what they were asked to do.

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