KidsRock Home Edition - May 17

May 16, 2020

 

A Parent’s Guide for Zoom and Online Experiences: https://bit.ly/3eM1Tfn

 

Please click on one of the links below to play the corresponding video, which includes the monthly theme song! You can also go to https://theparentcue.org/faith/ to find these videos and the activity guides!

First Look Preschool Experience:

 

 

Bible Story: Prodigal Son - Luke 15:11-24

 

Remember This: “Nothing at all can ever separate us from God’s love.” Romans 8:39, NIrV

 

Say This: Who loves you? God loves me!

 

Parent Cue: https://bit.ly/3fRA7OU

 

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

 

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/3bSP1SW) This is best printed on legal size paper.

 

(Video length: 11:31) Jesus tells this story about a father and a son. Find out what happens between the father and the son in the story. Jesus tells this story to show how much God loves us - no matter what!

 

 

Preschool Experience (May 16/17) from Orange on Vimeo.

Elementary Experience:

 

Bible Story: Peter and John are Taken to the Sanhedrin (Acts 3:1-4:21)

 

Memory Verse: “Let us not become tired of doing good. At the right time we will gather a crop if we don’t give up.” - Galatians 6:9, NIrV

 

Life App: DETERMINATION: Deciding it’s worth it to finish what you started

 

Bottom Line: Keep going even when it gets tough.

 

Parent Cue: https://bit.ly/2LuDIEY

 

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

 

God Time Cards:

K-1: https://bit.ly/2yWU3iW

2-3: https://bit.ly/3dJIH0s

 

(Video length: 15:26) So many people have come to know about Jesus! Peter and John are pretty excited and they even heal a paralyzed man! Peter and John point it right back to Jesus, but not everyone was happy about it. They get arrested and are in jail - what will happen to Peter and John? Will they keep going even when it gets tough?

 

Kids Experience (May 16/17) from Orange on Vimeo.

 

Preteen Experience:

 

Bible Story: Peter and John are Taken to the Sanhedrin (Acts 3:1-4:21)

 

Memory Verse: “Let us not become tired of doing good. At the right time we will gather a crop if we don’t give up.” - Galatians 6:9, NIrV

 

Life App: DETERMINATION: Deciding it’s worth it to finish what you started

 

Key question: What keeps you from finishing what you start?

 

Parent Cue: https://bit.ly/2zzSHe3

 

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

 

God Time Card Preteen: https://bit.ly/2Wxuxda

 

(Video length: 20:18) Peter and John are heading to the temple to pray, but they encounter a man who has never been able to walk. Guess what happens when they pray for that man in Jesus’ name? The celebration stops short when Peter and John get arrested. Will Peter and John keep telling everyone - to the ends of the Earth - about Jesus even when things are tough? Will there be anything that keeps them from finishing what they started?

 

Preteen Experience (May 16/17) 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. 

 

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: