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Think about the story of Jacob who saw a ladder going up to heaven. Or stories that have a building theme. Or what about stories where water plays an important role? Then if you use blue marbles, they can represent the flowing water. You could also use it at Christmas because of the angels who came from heaven, or as a picture of Jesus who came down from heaven.
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In Psalm 150 the writer calls us to praise God. When we praise God we are also thanking him for who he is and what he does. What are we thankful for? Do we tell God that we are thankful? Let’s make a paper chain of all sorts of things that we are thankful for.
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Talk about the meaning of a promise. Read the Bible passage together. What does God promise Abram? Often it’s harder to believe in a promise if you can’t imagine how it could come true, or if you have to wait for a long time. Today we’re going to make crystals. This is a promise, but you’ll have to wait before you can see the crystals.
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In the activity below we give you four easy craft ideas to (re)create a night sky with the children. You could use these ideas around God's promise to Abram, Advent or Christmas as you are thinking about the star of Bethlehem. Of course you can also use this idea also for the themes of creation and the greatness of God.
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A shepherd should be able to defend himself against the wolves, that's why we’re going to have an arrow-shooting competition. We are going to the children how they can make their own arrow-shooter, and also how to make paper arrows. Then we will put up some cardboard wolf heads, and see if the children can shoot their arrows and hit the wolves.
Of course these are just a few of the fun crafts ideas on Creative Kidswork.
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