Experiment - Psalm 24: ‘Melting ice art’

Use something valuable to help the kids reflect on taking care of God's creation

You can use this science experiment to help the children in your Sunday school lesson or Bible lesson to discover what it means to care for God’s earth.

The ice art is melting a science experiment for Sunday school class bible lesson kids church christian youth work on taking care of creation

This year the theme of the Micah Sunday is based on a text from Psalm 24: ‘The earth is the Lord’s, and everything in it, the world, and all who live in it.’ 

It looks at how we as Christians can take care of God's world. What can we do to stop pollution, climate change and all the effects this has on the earth and those living in poverty. For them this means more hunger, conflict and insecurity, and a more uncertain future for us all.

In this idea we introduce the idea of climate change, based on a melting ice form.

What do you need:

- a baking tin in a nice shape (a heart, or something like that).
- a plate
- a tea warmer

What do you do:

Tags: Object lessons, Experiments , Children's moments in church, Psalms - Bible book, Creation - God as Creator

Scripture reference: Psalm 24
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