A joyful occasion for special festivities to mark some happy event (See also Holidays)
Every child likes to feel special. Birthdays and graduations are great times to recognize your students.
The children will participate in a group celebration.
In this activity, students will create a silly story about things that can distract us from the true meaning of Christmas.
(Coloring Page) King David leaping and dancing before the Lord wearing an ephod to celebrate the return of the ark of the covenant. (2 Samuel 6:14-16)
Hear the shouts of Hosanna, and feel the breeze of the palm branches with this colorful bulletin board about the triumphal entry of Jesus.
Children add brilliant colors to show how they can rejoice in the Lord who clothes us with robes of righteousness. (Isaiah 61:10)
This lesson shows how King David displayed his joy and gratitude as he brought the Ark of God back to Jerusalem. His example teaches us that we should be unashamed in expressing praise to our Lord in everything we do.
(Maze) A fun puzzle that will challenge students to recognize some of the distractions that can be demanding during the Christmas season and remind them of the true reason to celebrate Christmas.
A skit between two boys and the real reasons for celebrating Easter. (A skit for two persons)