Preschool Kit for August 30

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New to the Kit or looking for helpful hints on how to use it? Check out the Kids Kit Tips and Tricks - Preschool Edition where we share detailed instructions about the resources below.

Our goal for preschool curriculum is to build a foundation of biblical knowledge so preschoolers will know the major stories of the Bible and how they fit together into God’s big story. Our curriculum is organized into 12 units and we teach the major stories of the Bible in mostly chronological order. Each week there is a Teaching Truth which is the most important thing we want kids to hear and learn about God and His Story that week.

This Week's Teaching Video

Additional Resources for August 30

  • Discussion Guide Continue the conversation with your preschool kids using these simple questions
  • Activity Guide Hands-on activities for preschoolers to help reinforce this week’s Teaching Truth
  • Memory Verse Song Help kids learn the memory verse through song
  • Unit Song Listen to this song together to reinforce the lesson's teaching truth
  • Preschool Spotify Playlist A playlist of some of our favorite songs
  • Special Needs Kit We know some of our amazing kids have special needs or other learning challenges. Here are tools to help you share the Bible story in a simple way with your child.

More ways to have a great week of worship...

Use these activities to keep talking about and applying what you learned this weekend throughout the week.

1. Rainbow Mobile

SUPPLIES: Paper plate, tape, string or yarn, construction paper, markers or crayons

Take a paper plate and cut it in half. Have your child decorate the paper plate like the sky with clouds, sun, or birds. Then, tape or staple a long piece of string or yarn to the plate coming down from the center. Next, help your child cut wide strips of paper in each of the colors of the rainbow. On each strip, help your child write one thing they know is true about God. (Examples: God loves us. God is always with us. God is good.) Tape or staple these strips to the yarn in the order of the color of the rainbow.

2. Noah's Ark

SUPPLIES: Paper bag, markers or crayons, animal crackers

Grab a brown paper lunch bag, turn it on its side, and have your child decorate it like an ark. On a separate sheet of paper have your child color and cut out a rainbow. Using some animal crackers, have him act out the story of Noah’s ark. Open the paper bag, so he can march the animals inside the ark. Then pretend to have a rainstorm. Lastly, march all the animals out and tape the rainbow above the ark. Remind your child that God always keeps His promises. God made a promise to never again flood the earth, and the rainbow is our reminder of God’s promise.

  1. Who told Noah to build an ark? (God) How did Noah respond? (He trusted that God’s way is the best way and obeyed.)
  2. Who was on the ark? (Noah, his family, and every type of animal)
  3. What happened after they all got on the ark? (It rained for 40 days and 40 nights.)
  4. Did God keep Noah, his family, and all the animals safe from the flood? (Yes!)
  5. Why did God send the rainbow? (It was a sign to Noah that He would never again flood the whole earth.)
  6. Does God always keep His promises? (Yes!) Is God’s way always the best way? (Yes!)

3. Rainbow Colors Game


Have a "color hunt" with your child while on a walk. Play "I spy" with the colors of the rainbow. Try to find several things for each color before moving onto the next color. Be sure to take the time to thank God for His beautiful creation.