Tag Archives: Under5s

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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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Tell it where it happened Easter story

Have fun seeing if you can re-tell parts of the Easter story you know in similar places to those the events took place in. Now, I’m not suggesting going to Israel, although that would be a pretty cool field trip! No, I’m meaning the types of places in which different parts of the Easter story […]

pancake prayers

Pancake prayers

It’s always good to thank God for the good things in our lives. Here’s a fun and simple way to pray while eating yummy pancakes. Add sugar (or something else sweet, chocolate spread…mmmm) to your pancake and thank God for something ‘sweet’ or good in your life. God intended life to be good, but it […]

Godly Play dough Easter garden

Easter gardens

Making an Easter garden is a great way to share the Easter story together. We made ours after my daughter decided to collect a selection of things from the garden when we were outside on a sunny Spring day. I add a biscuit tin lid, lemon and cumin glitter playdough and some play people and […]

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Easter Bible challenge

Challenge: Read the whole Easter story by Easter. You have four gospels to choose from, so maybe pick one you like or one you’re less familiar with. You could choose a different Bible version from that which you usually use. If you’re doing this with very young children, you might want to use a children’s […]