Resources For Children.

First Look

  • Preschool Place Mats

    This printable placemat is designed to sit on the table all month long. These give parents easy access to this month’s bottom line as well as questions to ask each week and hand motions to the Bible verse.

  • Managing Fear and Anxiety During a Health Pandemic

    a blog post for parents on managing anxiety during any number of life disruptions

  • Anxiety Conversation Guide - Preschool

    Helping a child with anxiety is a challenge. Find tips and practical ways to help your children.

Grades 1 - 5

  • Anxiety Conversation Guide - Elementary

    Helping a child with anxiety is a challenge. Find tips and practical ways to help your children.

  • Top 50 Books For Kids and Teens to Read While Stuck Inside

  • 6 Homeschooling Tips for Amateurs

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Have fun learning and playing with your preschooler!

We are thrilled you attended Jubilee with your preschooler. While we will always strive to create awesome experiences for your child at church, we believe what’s happening in your home is way more important. No one has more influence in your child’s life than you! That’s why we want to help you continue having fun moments together at home.

First, watch the video to hear God’s truth in a way your preschooler can understand. Then, follow up with the fun activities below!

June 20, 2021


God can use you, no matter what.
Judges 6-8

Watch this week’s video!


“I trust in God. I am not afraid.”


"Who can trust God?"
"I can trust God!"


When you go into your child’s room, say, “Good morning! I want to give my [name of child] a great, big hug because God loves us with a great, big love!”


As you bathe your child, ask them, “Can you blow bubbles in the water? Can you tap the top of the water with your hands? Can you scoop and pour the water? Can you put your head under the water?” Then say, “Wow! You can do a lot of things. But guess what! God can do ANYTHING! It’s true! That’s one of the reasons we can trust God. God can do anything!”


Cuddle with your child this month and pray, “Dear God, thank You for loving us and using us in Your plan. It doesn’t matter how big or small we are. It’s all about You and what You can do. And You can use [name of child] and me, no matter what. You are awesome, God, and we love You. In Jesus’ name, amen.”


As you drive or take a walk, take turns saying the two sentences of the memory verse. For example, you say, “I trust in God.” And your child says, “I am not afraid.” And then you both say, “Psalm 56:11.” Now switch and say it all again! Talk about how every person feels afraid sometimes, but when we trust God, we don’t have to stay afraid.


God loves me.


Say: “Today, we’ll make a list of things that sometimes make you afraid. We all feel afraid at times, even me. So, tell me one thing that sometimes makes you afraid. I will write it in our prayer journal.”

Pray: “Dear God, we know we can trust You. But sometimes we forget and things like (read the list the child(ren) made) make us afraid. Please help us remember that we can always trust you and we don’t have to be afraid. We love You, God. In Jesus’ name, amen."
Here is a fun activity you can do with your preschooler using things you already have at home.


Find The Jar




BEFORE THE ACTIVITY: Hide the jar somewhere in the room.

DURING THE ACTIVITY: Have children find the jar. Hide again. Repeat as long as desired.
Say: “I’ve hidden a jar in the room for you to find. When I say, ‘Go,’ I want you to look for it. When you find the jar, bring it back to me. I’ll hide it again for you to find. Ready and GO! (Pause.) Yay! You found the jar! Close your eyes, and I’ll hide it again. (Repeat as long as desired.) You did a great job of finding the jar!”

AFTER THE ACTIVITY: “This week we heard how jars were used in our Bible story. What do you remember about Gideon and how God used him?”

When we believe in our children, we cherish them for who they are, not for who we’d like them to be.

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Dig Deeper

June 20, 2021


Today's Lesson

Bible Point

Jesus Heals a Man’s Deformed Hand on the Sabbath

Mark 3:1-6
One Sabbath day, Jesus sees a man with a deformed hand. He boldly calls the man up in front of everyone to heal him, even though the religious leaders consider healing “work” - forbidden on the Sabbath. Jesus boldly defends his actions as he heals the man.

Bible Point

Jesus is bold, so we're bold.
““A friend is always loyal, and a brother is born to help in time of need"
Proverbs 17:17

Through the Week

Play a fun game called Dared or Scared!

  • Look for opportunities to do bold things that reflect Jesus’ love or service.
  • When you see an opportunity, dare a family member to be bold! Here are some ideas:

    If you see someone struggling to lift something into a grocery cart, help that person.

    At a coffee shop, pay for someone in line behind you.

    Say hi to someone who looks sad.

    Offer to pray for someone who’s begging for money.

    Skip your video game time to help someone else with a chore.

Talk About This

What’s the boldest thing you’ve ever seen someone do for Jesus?

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