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Flowering tree from a kid's hand. Easy kids valentine craft

Flowering tree from a kid's hand. Easy kids valentine craft Valentine's Day Ideas for 2016

Bean Bag Toss. Construction paper and bean bags. Color matching and gross motor. Could also use different color baskets.

B Bean Bag Toss. Construction paper and bean bags. Color matching and gross motor. Could also use different color baskets.

Jesus says "Follow me...fishers of men"

DIY Fishers of Men craft for your Children's Ministry, Children's Church or Sunday School Activity

Easy paper plate angel crafts for kids! Perfect for Christmas

Easy Paper Plate Angel Craft for Kids

Easy paper plate angel craft for kids! Perfect for Christmas or Christian Homeschooling Craft.

Boat from recycled cardboard and fabric - How perfect for an visual aid when telling Noah and the Ark, Jesus calms the storm, Jonah and the big fish, or any other water-themed Bible story!

Boat from recycled cardboard and fabric - How perfect for an visual aid when telling Noah and the Ark, Jesus calms the storm, Jonah and the big fish, or any other water-themed Bible story! Art projects for Kids,Children&

kids make this simple binocular craft with yarn and colored tape

Bird Finder Binoculars

Bird Finder Binoculars - Art Bar kids make this simple binocular craft with yarn and colored tape If you enjoy arts and crafts you really will appreciate this info!

Zacchaeus In the Tree Waiting for Jesus Rice Krispie Treats kids go CRAZY for these! My wife has been put in charge of providing snacks for our Church's Children's chapel. This week we went over the story of Zacchaeus, the tax collector that waited in the tree just to get a look at Jesus. It's a long complicated story about social hierarchy, expectations of how we will be treated, repentance, forgiveness and acceptance. Kind of a lot for 4 year olds. But the kids sure loved the treats...

Zacchaeus In the Tree Waiting for Jesus Rice Krispie Treats kids go CRAZY for these! My wife has been put in charge of providing snacks for our Church's Children's chapel. This week we went over the story of Zacchaeus, the tax collector that waited in