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Have an inexpensive kite for each child or a drawing for them to complete as the teacher discusses the 5 Christian aspects of a kite - concentrating on the Holy Spirit the most, to go along with this Bible lesson. Here are the 5 analogies for the Kite that we learn on KITE DAY each year. 1) The cross shape dowels are how you begin to build a kite and the CROSS is the beginning of the Christian life; 2) a kite needs a tail to keep the kite stable in the wind and Christians have the Word of God, to keep them stable; 3) a kite needs covering to catch the wind - Jesus covers all our sin and debt; 4) a kite has to be anchored to something that won't blow away and we, as Christians have Jesus Christ as our anchor; and 5) kites need the wind to fly. The HOLY SPIRIT is our helper to lift us up.
Object Lesson on Prayer for kids... love this!
Lots of Object Lessons & Great Ideas for Teaching Kids
Everyday Object Lessons - a site full of religious themed object lessons - perfect for lessons
Object Lessons of the Bible. I'm so going to use these in Sunday School!
Cool idea for making homemade kites with kids by @Joel Henriques!
paper kite craft- Just glue colored tissue paper onto the kites.. Give them a tail..
this was NOT a successful project with my preschoolers!
preschool spring crafts | Spring Kites (related books: Curious George Flies a Kite by Margret ...
Wind Activities for Kids Kite Craft and Science Experiment
Always fun to know more of these! All kids love them!