take it home | 02.21

Word of the Week:  REMEMBER

Recipe We Made in Class:  Caramel Corn

Bible Verse:  “I remember your name, O Lord.” Psalm 119:55

Story:  The Passover  (Matthew 26:17-28)

Prayer:  Dear God, Thank You for sending Jesus to die on the cross.  I know that He died for all the wrong things I have done.  Please forgive me for all those wrong things.  I want You to live in my heart so that I can live with You forever.  Help me to always remember what You have done for me.  Amen

“Take-It-Home” Activities:

Parents:  Take a moment this week to sit down with your children and look over old family photos or home videos.  Share some memories with your children and remember to thank God for His blessings!

Birth – Age 2:  Play “Hide the Doll” with your child:  Have you child cover their eyes and count to ten (together) while you hide the doll (or any other toy).  Have them find the doll, then repeat, hiding the doll in the same place every time.  When your child finds the doll praise them for remembering where the doll was hidden!  This will help them come to understand the meaning of the word “remember.”

Age 3 – Kindergarten:  Help your child REMEMBER the Bible verse this week!

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 Recipe to Make at Home:  

Each week during this series we will be looking at a “recipe for our life” from God’s own recipe book, the Bible, and pairing it with a common food we often eat.  This week we paired popcorn with the word REMEMBER, so every time your child eats popcorn, you can remind them that God wants us to know remember Him! 

Try out one of these popcorn recipes this week, then have a family movie night!

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We’d love to see pictures of you and your child in your kitchen on our facebook page.

Happy Cooking!

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