What did Jesus say about our value in God’s eyes? How do you find the perfect balance between pride and self-doubt? How is the water cycle like God’s love? Try these activities to find out!
Choose from some fun ideas that help kids:
- understand that they have value because they were created by God and are loved by Him
- trust God to help them overcome perceived limitations
- humbly honour God with their talents, esteeming Him rather than themselves.
You’ll find this lesson helpful for addressing insecurity, worry, self-rejection, depression, jealousy, comparing with or envying others, or being judgmental of self or others.
by Angie Smith. B & H Publishing Group, 2013. Ages 4-7.
Candid Conversations With Connie, Vol. 2: A Girl's Guide to Boys, Peer Pressure, and Social Media
Focus on the Family, 2015. Ages 8 and up.
Devotions for Super Average Kids # 1 & 2
by Bob Smiley and Jesse Florea. Tyndale, 2014. Ages 8-12.
The Berenstain Bears: God Loves You!
by Stan, Jan and Mike Berenstain. ZonderKidz, 2008. Ages 4-7.
The Tallest of Smalls
by Max Lucado. Thomas Nelson, 2009. Ages 4-7.
The Treasure Tree
by Gary Smalley and John Trent. Thomas Nelson, 1998. Ages 4-7.
The Ultimate Girls' Body Book
by Walt Larimore, MD, and Amaryllis Sanchez Wohlever, MD. ZonderKidz, 2013. Ages 9-12.
The Ultimate Guys' Body Book
by Walt Larimore, MD. ZonderKidz, 2012. Ages 9-12.
Winnie the Horse Gentler #3: Bold Beauty
by Dandi Daley Mackall. Tyndale, 2002. Ages 8-10.
Adventures in Odyssey #28, Episode #358 "The Secret Weapon" (CD).
Focus on the Family, 1996. Ages 8 and up.
Auto-B-Good: Faith Training (DVD).
Rising Star Studios, 2011. Ages 2-5.
VeggieTales: Minnesota Cuke and the Search for Noah’s Umbrella (DVD).
Big Idea Inc., 2009. Ages 4 and up.
VeggieTales: Sweetpea Beauty: A Girl After God’s Own Heart (DVD).
Big Idea Inc., 2010. Ages 4 and up.