August Children's Corner
Hello Boys and Girls
This month of August is all about serving one another and showing kindness. We have listed some ideas that you can do and we are sure you may also have some additional ideas.
We also have a Word Search for you in our puzzle below regarding "Serving One Another" .
NLF August Children’s Corner
Ephesians 6:7-8 – “Serve wholeheartedly, as if you were serving the Lord, not people, because you know that the Lord will reward each one for whatever good they do, whether they are slave or free.”
We hope you have been enjoying your summer vacation. When you get bored, try serving others or do things children used to do before electronic games were the center of everyone’s life. Some of these things may require permission from your parents
• Find pictures in the clouds. Now write a funny story about what you found.
• Search your yard for 4-leaf clovers and when you find one press it between pages of a book.
• If you are old enough, take a cold drink to your parents while they are outside working.
• Help water the garden.
• Write a letter to someone you haven’t seen in a while.
• Make a special Birthday card for someone.
• Have a picnic in the backyard with your family and friends.
• Ask your parent(s) if you can make cookies for someone who is lonely. If you and your parents have time, you could visit when you deliver the cookies. Make a card to go along with the cookies.
• Call your Grandparents and tell them what you are doing over the summer.
• Make up a funny story with your friends.
• Try napkin folding techniques and make your dinner table look special for everyone.
• Try to draw a picture with your eyes closed.
• See how many Bible verses you can memorize.
• Read a book.
• Tell a funny joke to someone having a bad day.
• Go through your toys and put toys you don’t use in a box. Ask your parents if you can donate them to an agency or to someone in need.
• Attend a Vacation Bible School in your area.
• Play board games with your family.
• Check out your school supplies to see what you have that will work and what you need to get new.
• If you see a new child move in the neighborhood, ask your parents if you can introduce yourself and invite them over to play.