Log in
Home Categories
    Visit site
    • Viane Eichelberger
      Viane Eichelberger • 3 years ago

      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.

    Related Pins

    kite craft with macaroni...good for a 'shape' activity!

    Fun! Lots of different materials used. - Ooooh.

    Children's "Process" Art Becomes Functional Purse/Bag Accessory: SUPER Fun DIY Project! {Sulia article with additional links}

    Easy to make and ever so pretty butterfly craft

    What a fun craft! Make homemade binoculars with your kids to go for a fun bug hunt in the backyard.

    Make your own kite- scout activity?

    preschool crafts letter k | For lots of letter K crafts and activities, head on over to Alphabet ...

    Easy Aluminum Foil Butterfly Craft - I want the kids to make these so I can hang them in my room :)

    Such a GREAT FHE! Talks about not being of the world and being clean. The kids would love this right now!

    Noah’s Ark Craft - It's magic. Just add water and you'll have a lesson on how Noah's Ark ties into the life of Jesus. It's a lesson for school, Sunday School or Christian education.