Grade Pre K to K

For Sunday, June 7, 2020

A Zoom class is scheduled for 1:00 p.m. today. Please check your email for the invitation and link to the Zoom call.

For the week of May 31, 2020

Parents, please review the following pages with your child:

For the week of May 24, 2020

Memorial Day weekend. No religious education lesson for this week.

For the week of May 17, 2020

Over the next few weeks, Mrs. Susan will FaceTime parents/children to review the lesson(s) personally for a few minutes. In the meantime, for this week, please consider the following suggestion from a mom who wanted to get her youngest child more involved with family prayer. And then, give it a try!

My husband prayed, “Dear God, thank You for this meal,” and continued until our 2-year-old squirmed, 9-year-old poked at his broccoli and 12-year-old looked bored. Our task was to get our toddler to sit still and involve the other kids in prayer.

“Dad,” our 9-year-old said, “when you pray, it sounds like church. I thought grace was short.”

My husband, who is a minister, was not used to giving really short prayers, but he promised to make the next one shorter. “Or, better yet,” he said, “let’s all take turns saying grace.”

I knew the two older boys would say really short prayers. That would help keep our toddler from moving too much, and the older boys would be engaged and more interested in prayer time.

As our family began to take turns praying, we eventually found the best way to include our toddler. We had everyone hold hands. That kept him from squirming and included him in the prayer.

If there are no other children in the household, give your young one a few short lines of prayer to say, hold hands and alternate prayer lines with him/her.

For the week of May 10, 2020

Over the next few weeks, Mrs. Susan will FaceTime parents/children to review the lesson(s) personally for a few minutes. In the meantime, for this week, please review the following pages with your child.

I Pray Every Day!

For the week of May 3, 2020

Over the next few weeks, Mrs. Susan will FaceTime parents/children to review the lesson(s) personally for a few minutes. In the meantime, for this week, please review the following pages with your child.

Print this page out and outline or circle the musical instruments.

For the week of April 26, 2020

Parents, please read to your children from the “Book of David “ that I gave you for Christmas.

Also, please review the following three pages with your child:

Print this page out and color in the animals.

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For the week of April 19, 2020

Parents, please review the following pages with your child:

Print this sheet out and connect the dots!

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No reading/homework assignment for Easter Sunday, April 12, 2020.

For the week of April 5 – 11, 2020

Parents, please read/study the following pages with your child:

Print this sheet out, connect the dots and color the Easter pictures.

For the week of March 29 – April 4, 2020

Parents, please read/study the following pages with your child:

Optional: print this sheet out and color it!

For the week of March 22-28, 2020

Parents, please read/study the following page with your child:

For the week of March 15-21, 2020

Please read the following story to your child.

One day Jesus was walking near where Peter, Andrew, James and John lived. Jesus saw a man named Phillip. Phillip came from the same city where Peter and Andrew lived.

Jesus said to Phillip, “Come, follow me.” Phillip left what he was doing. He became a friend and follower of Jesus. He would help Jesus do the special work God sent Jesus to do.

Phillip then saw a friend of his named Nathanael. He couldn’t wait to tell Nathanael about Jesus. He wanted Nathanael to be a friend of Jesus too.

Phillip said to Nathanael, “Peter, Andrew and I have found the one who God promised to send us. His name is Jesus. Come with me. I will show him to you.” They hurried off to find Jesus.

Seeing Phillip and Nathanael, Jesus said, “I know you Nathanael. You are a very honest man.” Nathanael listened to everything that Jesus said and became one of the Apostles of Jesus. The Apostles were Jesus’ very special friends. Nathanael joined with Peter, Andrew, James, John and Phillip to help Jesus do the work God sent him to do.

(Based on John 1:43-49, from Stories of God’s Love Preschool Program, RCL Benziger, 2009)

Parent/child reflection or discussion.

Talk with your child about friendship and the importance of friendship.

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