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preschool missions

Learning to live a missional lifestyle begins early in childhood. Click on each photo to learn more on how to teach your preschooler about missions.

Encourage your preschoolers to explore God's creation with the leaf matching game. Smiling like Sunshine: Leaf Matching Game

Go on a nature hike to create a nature bracelet! Navigating the Mothership: Activities for Toddlers & Preschoolers

Great ideas for setting up a hospital-themed dramatic play center!

Here's a fun way to create mural of your own community! From Learning and Teaching With Preschoolers

Make Cairns. Encourage preschoolers to make stacks of rocks. Explore which rocks stack best. Tell them that some people in the West stack rocks on hiking trails to help people stay on the trails while they are hiking. These stacks are called cairns.

Use these five conversation starters based on the ministry of Lorna Bius to help your preschoolers think of ways they can express God's love through deeds of kindness and sharing.

Lorna Bius looks for ways to help those in need. Sometimes she drives people to the grocery store and to the doctor's office. Make this cardboard box and use it as a resource to discuss other ways you could help someone in need.

Encourage preschoolers to create impermanent nature art with items found on a nature walk. (Credit: The Chocolate Muffin Tree)

Joye Smith shares practical ways that we can teach preschoolers about God and His love.

This book's reassuring message will give leaders and parents of preschoolers an avenue to discuss how God cares for us when we are afraid.

Learn how Joye Smith involves preschoolers in Helping Others activities, and how these activities benefit preschoolers. www.wmu.com - Chatter Box Blog

Create this cute classroom tent and talk to preschoolers about what it would be like to live in a tent and what items they would need--like pillows for furniture.

Allow your preschoolers to explore the treasures in the sand! This sensory bin will let them use more than their sense of sight and make discoveries. We recommend using Epsom salt or clean play sand.

Social Bullying: Robin McCall shares steps you can take to help preschoolers develop the values needed to prevent social bullying.

In the Chatter Box blog, Joye Smith discusses ways to teach preschoolers about the blessings and responsibilities of being part of a family.