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Walk-in activity - NT: Easter 01 - Palm Sunday 1: The throne room experience


Use this walk-in activity in your programme on Jesus entering Jerusalem on a donkey

Introducing the idea of creating a Throne Room in your children's classroom can be a fun and engaging way to teach the story of Palm Sunday. By creating a regal atmosphere, complete with dress-up clothes and other royal props, children can experience what it might have been like to be in the presence of a true king.

As they enter the Throne Room, they can imagine themselves as part of the story of Palm Sunday, where the people of Jerusalem welcomed Jesus as their king with palm branches and cloaks laid down in his path.

This immersive experience can help children better understand the significance of this important event in the life of Jesus and inspire them to honour and welcome him as their king and saviour in their own lives.

In this activity, we will provide some ideas and tips for creating a Throne Room in your children's space, so that you can bring the story of Palm Sunday to life for the children.

This activity is part of a complete Sunday school programme on the entrance of Jesus into Jerusalem in Luke 19:28-40

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