Thursday, 19 July 2012

CBC Activities from 22nd to 28th of July

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AGE 2-3

SUNDAY-Cutting. Peter liked to sing to God. Cut the guitar and glue on his hands. Educator, cut out with blunt scissors and give the kids to glue on Peter’s hands.

MONDAY-Singing time. Educator, take to the class a radio and a gospel CD (for children). Make a circle with the kids and start by saying the following: Today we learn that we can make a prayer of our praise, of a song we sing. How nice talking to God while we sing. And now we all will sing joyfully to Him. Who wants to sing? (Educator, put the CD on and invite a kid to dance and sing, interact with it and then give the opportunity for others to do the same). Play with them until they lose interest.

WEDNESDAY-Decorating the drawing. We should make a prayer of our praise. Paint and glue little crepe paper balls on the frame. Educator, distribute crayons and pieces of colored crepe paper.

AGE 4-7

SUNDAY-Completing the drawing. We should make a prayer of praising. Draw the trophy on Peter’s hands.

MONDAY-Game of dice. Take a dice to the class. Write several questions referring to the story and the verse of the week on a paper (at least 12 questions). Number the questions 1 to 6. In case you have more than 6, number it again from 1 to 6. Split the class in two groups and ask to one kid from each group to roll the dice. The group should answer according to the number on the dice. If the other group rolls the dice and it is the same number, then the group should answer another question referring that number.
Suggestion of questions (you can elaborate others, as long as they are related to the story):
1. Why is it important to praise God?
2. What is the name of today’s story?
3. Which were the boy’s favorite subjects?
4. What did Peter like to do?
5. Peter won a contest with a song talking about whom?
6. What did Roxanne teach to Peter?

TUESDAY-Cover and discover. We should make our prayer of praise. Cover and discover what Levi, from Team of Faith, is singing.

WEDNESDAY-Circulate. Peter liked to praise God. Paint the scene and circulate his musical instruments.

THURSDAY-Remembering the lesson. Take to the class a ball (light), arrange the class in circle and put the kids seated. Begin the game recounting the story and, at some point, pass the ball to one of the kids. The kid who receives the ball should continue the story, and so on. Educator, start by saying: Peter was a boy who was constantly writing beautiful songs…Educator, help the kids who are shy or forget part of the story.

FRIDAY-Free drawing.

SATURDAY-Singing time. Educator, write in pieces of paper words common words on songs sang inside the church and like love, father, God, Jesus, blessings, miracle, family, friend, heart, etc. Put the papers inside balloons (prepare everything before the kids arrive). Arrange the class in circle; give a balloon to one kid. Put a CD on. Meanwhile, the balloon should pass among the kids. Suddenly stop the music and, at this moment, whoever is holding the balloon should pop it, read the word written on the paper (help the illiterate) and sing a gospel song with that word. Ask the class to sing along. Continue until you run out of balloons.

AGE 8-10

SUNDAY-Which is the right shadow? We should make of our praise a prayer. Paint and circulate the right shadow.
 
MONDAY-Praising God. Educator, write in pieces of paper words common words on songs sang inside the church and like love, father, God, Jesus, blessings, miracle, family, friend, heart, etc. Put the papers inside a wrapped shoe box.
Arrange the class in circle; give the box to one kid. Put a CD on. Meanwhile, the box should pass among the kids. Suddenly stop the music and, at this moment, whoever is holding the box should get a paper, read the word written on it (help the illiterate) and sing a gospel song with that word. Ask the class to sing along. Continue until you run out of papers.

 
TUESDAY-Be smart. The drawings below seem to be the same. However, if you are smart, you will see that one of them is different. Discover and paint it.

 
WEDNESDAY-Time of Mathematics. Scratch the letters referring the odd numbers and discover the message.

 
THURSDAY-Composing. Split the class in trios and distribute office paper; ask to each trio create a praise (a little chorus) to God. After making the task, choose some trios to perform singing the praise; it can be any rhythm.

 
FRIDAY-Drawing the verse. Write the verse of the week on the board or cardboard. Read it to the class and ask them what they understood. Then explain the verse. Distribute office paper and ask them to draw something related to the verse.

 
SATURDAY-Pass it over. Take to the class two balls. Split the class in two groups, forming two single files. Stick on the balls (with masking tape) questions related to the lesson. Give a ball to the kid of each line. They should pass it under their opened legs to the last kid of the line who will quickly get a question, answer it, run to the front of the line, pass the ball again and so on. The group that can pass the entire line to the front first
wins. Suggestions of questions (You can make more questions once they are related to the story):
1. Why is it important to praise God?
2. What is the name of the character of today’s story?
3. Which were the boy’s favorite subjects?
4. What did Peter like to do?
5. Peter won a contest with a song talking about whom?
6. What did Roxanne teach to Peter?

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