Do you need a brief children’s Easter talk with a memorable visual aid? Then you might enjoy Don Stott’s post over at Childrensministerblog.com.
Using a sheet of newspaper and niftily tearing some simple shapes, he reveals the heart of the Easter gospel message.
Don has used this in primary (elementary) schools with great success, but people of all ages will be captivated.
Check out Don’s post, where he has full instructions with photos.
Glasses, water and shredded paper can teach a musical lesson.
Ken Sapp over at CreativeYouthMinistries has blogged about how to help the kids can make a Do-It-Yourself xylophone and even play tunes.
Taking it one step further, Ken suggests substituting the water in one glass with shredded paper, and a spiritual lesson can be illustrated – living in harmony, being a blessing to others and the need for God in our lives.
Full details, and tons more great ideas, are over at Ken’s blog:
Creative Youth Ministries