KidsRock Home Edition - April 19

Apr 19, 2020

A Spotify playlist for you and your family: https://spoti.fi/3bale7w

Please click on one of the links below to play the corresponding video, which includes the monthly theme song!

First Look Preschool Experience:

Preschool Video Experience in Spanish: https://bit.ly/2xqUfGB

Bible Story: Breakfast on the Beach - John 21:1-14

Remember This: “I am alive for ever and ever!” Revelation 1:18, NIV

Say This: Who is alive? Jesus is alive!

Parent Guide: https://bit.ly/2K9xbik

Salvation Conversation Guide: https://bit.ly/2y1e3jH

Spanish Parent Guide: https://bit.ly/2RWytBB

Spanish Salvation Conversation Guide: https://bit.ly/34rWeqa

Preschool Placemats: This printable placemat is designed to sit on the table all month long. These give you easy access to this month’s bottom line as well as questions to ask each week and hand motions to the Bible verse. (https://bit.ly/2USvjPQ) This is best printed on legal size paper.

Preschool Placemats in Spanish: https://bit.ly/344Z4kx

(Video length: 12:00) Do you like breakfast? What do you like to eat for breakfast? We join our friends to talk about what happens after Jesus comes back to life! Jesus, who is alive, comes to have breakfast with his friends. Maybe you can have breakfast with Jesus this week!

Preschool Experience (April 18/19) from Orange on Vimeo.

Elementary Experience:

Elementary Experience Video in Spanish: https://bit.ly/2VAVuL8

Bible Story: Lean on Me (Servant Principle) Philippians 2:3-8

Memory Verse: “Don’t do anything only to get ahead. Don’t do it because you are proud. Instead, be humble. Value others more than yourself.” Philippians 2:3 (NIrV)

Life App: Humility: putting others first by giving up what you think you deserve

Bottom Line: Put others first because Jesus put you first.

Parent Guide: https://bit.ly/3abK85H

Salvation Conversation Guide: https://bit.ly/2y1e3jH

Spanish Parent Guide: https://bit.ly/3b8BTbM

Spanish Salvation Conversation Guide: https://bit.ly/34rWeqa

God Time Cards:

K-1: https://bit.ly/3erndqr

2-3: https://bit.ly/3eomc2j

Spanish (K-5): https://bit.ly/2wLib76

(Video length: 18:17) Jesus’ death and resurrection turns everything upside down! This week, we talk about what it means to be a servant and what it might look like today. Our bottom line is that we put others first because Jesus puts us first. Oh, and play the video all the way to the end - you don’t want to miss the song at the end!

Kids Experience (April 18/19) from Orange on Vimeo.

Preteen Experience:

Elementary Experience Video in Spanish: https://bit.ly/2VAVuL8

Bible Story: Lean on Me (Servant Principle) Philippians 2:3-8

Memory Verse: “Don’t do anything only to get ahead. Don’t do it because you are proud. Instead, be humble. Value others more than yourself.” Philippians 2:3 (NIrV)

Life App: Humility: putting others first by giving up what you think you deserve

Key question: What keeps you from putting others first?

Parent Guide: https://bit.ly/2yYY99O

Salvation Conversation Guide: https://bit.ly/2y1e3jH

Spanish Parent Guide: https://bit.ly/3eoUget

Spanish Salvation Conversation Guide: https://bit.ly/34rWeqa

God Time Card Preteen: https://bit.ly/3evwmOP

Spanish (K-5): https://bit.ly/2wLib76

(Video length: 18:30) This week, our preteen friends explore Philippians 2:3-8 and the servant example of Jesus. We can ask each other, “What keeps you from putting others first?”

Preteen Experience (April 18/19) from Orange on Vimeo.

Parent Cue App

As a parent, some of the most important things you do for your child don’t happen in a single day. You make small deposits in their life week after week—over time. That’s why the Parent Cue App gives weekly cues to help you make the most of the time you spend with your kid or teenager. These weekly cues will change with your child, staying relevant to their phase of life—from babies to high school. Each cue aligns with our weekly Kidsrock content developed by Orange, a non-profit ministry that creates resources for churches. The app will connect you with Bible stories and verses to talk to your child about, and we’ll cue you with words to say and things to do connected with the naturally occurring times that already happen every day like morning time, meal time and bed time. It’s also available in Spanish.

Resources

Also, here are some resources to help in conversations with your families, both with the heightened racism some are experiencing in this time and the anxiety created by this pandemic:

  • Managing Fear and Anxiety During a Health Pandemic: https://bit.ly/2Q6kJTG
  • Manejando El Miedo y La Ansiedad Durante Una Pandemia de Salud: https://bit.ly/2xwHXvH
  • Anxiety Conversation Guides:
  • Helping Kids Navigate Anxiety Podcast: https://bit.ly/2TZx1OR
  • How to Talk to Your Kids About Coronavirus with Daniel Tiger: https://to.pbs.org/2TQoDSW
  • Brains On! Podcast: http://bit.ly/2TNYp3m
  • Educational companies offering free subscriptions: http://bit.ly/3d0y2yH
  • Wondering what to say if your kid asks, “Why did God send the coronavirus?”
    • “God probably didn't send the coronavirus (not like the plagues on Egypt). God doesn't want anything bad for us, BUT here's the thing - God made the world and set us free to make our own choices. Humans (Us) haven't always made wise choices and that's led to sad things in our world like viruses that make people sick. We don't always understand why God doesn't stop these things when they are happening, but what we do know is that God loves us, is with us and will help us no matter what. And God understands that it can be really disappointing because we can't do all the things we had planned. Some of the things that we can do (since we can't hug our friends) is pray for each other - that we will stay healthy and help show God's love to people who might be sick or hurting or maybe lonely (because it can be lonely not being able to do things like tea parties!) - we can do that by dropping off groceries or a meal or even scheduling an “online” time to chat and drink tea together! We can also make cards or art to mail or drop off.”