Tag Archives: intergenerational

inside out

Inside Out – A film for transition

Last Friday we had a Movie Morning. We stayed in our pjs, set up chairs and cosy blankets in the lounge and ate waffles while we watched Inside Out. It was 10 days until we moved house, and I wanted to watch this film with my children so that we could chat about some of […]

Psalm 121

Multi-media Bible exploration

What do you think of when you hear the word multimedia? Do you think a video projector? Lights and smoke? Complex editing suites or mixing desks? In art, multimedia means the artist using more than one fom of art in their work, for example using clay in a painting, or music with a sculpture. Wiki […]

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Learning a Psalm with collage and Playlists

I love being able to recite verses from the Bible. It means it’s easy for them to be brought to mind when I need them, easier to meditate and chew over them. As a child we did a lot of this and I want this to be something I pass on to my children. This […]

Bible question dice

Bible Questions Dice

Read a Bible passage, then take it turns to roll the dice and chat about the question. The questions you choose are up to you. You could use one the templates available here for FREE. There are three different options with questions on, and one blank template for your own questions – chose six questions […]

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Why didn’t Joseph’s family go home after the famine ended? Insights from exploring Passover as a family

As part of our Passover preparations, we listened to the Exodus story (Exodus 1-15) using the NIVUK version on Biblegateway, streaming the audio read by David Suchet (aka Poirot) from my phone over breakfast and in the car. Afterwards as we began to reflect on the story, my 6yo ask: Why did Joseph’s family stay […]