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Jun 27, 2011

Fish and Loaves Clipart Picture

Baby Jesus and his sheep are having a good time. They are sitting in the manger and his little friend sheep brought fish and loaves to snack on.

These are free clipart pictures to use for Sunday school or children's church.

More clipart at Church House Clipart.

Monkey Paper Plate Craft

Monkey Paper Plate Craft
"Monkey See, Monkey Do"
 1 Thessalonians 5:22- Abstain from all appearance of evil.

  • Paper Plate (you can use 2 and just staple another colored brown paper plate to the monkey head paper plate and draw a circle for his belly and color it pink.
  • Crayons
  • Glue or Tape
  • Monkey Template   (black and white)  (colored)
Pick from one of the monkey templates to print out. Have the kids cut the pieces out and glue or tape down to a paper plate. Really easy and simple for the kids.

Another option:
You could use two paper plates instead of one by coloring another paper plate brown. Do not color the center brown, color it pink for the monkey's belly. Then staple the monkey's body to the monkey head paper plate. You could add a tail by using brown yarn and taping it to the back.
Teaching Method:

You could teach the kids the monkey see, monkey do method. Kids watch their friends and parents, and mimic what they do. Everything from television programs to music. 

Just because we are adults does not make it okay for us to be listening and watching things that are bad. We have to set an example and be like Jesus. The Bible says to stay away from things that look evil. Kids will copy what their parents or friends do. The bible says to train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old he will not depart from it. We as adults have to act right so our little monkey's (our kids) can act right as well. I am sure Mary and Joseph were not being naughty when Jesus was not looking. They were good all the time.

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Flip Flop Sunday School Lesson

Flip Flop Sunday School Lesson
"Walking In His Footsteps"
Summer Lesson

Flip Flop Wreath
"Walking In His Footsteps"

Flip Flop 
"Walking In His Footsteps"
Sandal Craft

"Walking In His Footsteps"

Flip Flop
"Walking In His Footsteps"

Flip Flop 
"Walking In His Footsteps"

Flip Flop 
"Walking In His Footsteps"

Flip Flop 
"Walking In His Footsteps"
Cupcake Template

We have more stuff on Flip Flop Lesson.

Jun 15, 2011

Father's Day Sunday School Lesson

 Print this Father's Day Sunday School Lesson out for the kids. It has a father and son turtle pictured on it. We have a clipart picture for you to use along with other things to go with it below. More Lessons, Crafts, Clipart, Puzzles, and Ideas at Church House Collection.

  Father's Day Turtle Clipart for you to use:

Father's Day Turtle Coloring Page

 Father's Day Word In A Word Sheet

Father's Day Paper Plate Turtle

"Dad, I didn't SHELL out much this Father's day, but I still love you!" 

  • two uncoated 
  • paper plates
  • crayons
  • tape
  • scissors
  • a sheet of construction paper
  • optional google eyes for head

Divide the bottom side of an uncoated paper plate into squares or hexagons with a crayon.  Color each square.  Cut out a head, a tail, and four legs from construction paper.  Tape these to the top of a second paper plate.  Glue the two plates together so the tops of each plate are to the inside.
Place a baggy with a treat (cookies, candy, nuts, etc.) for dad between the plates before gluing together the plates.  Children who are old enough can write a thank you note to their fathers on the bottom.  It can say something like: "Dad I didn't SHELL out much for Father's Day but I still love you."

Father's Day Maze

Father's Day Door Knob Hanger

Father's Day Turtle Mug
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Jun 13, 2011

Father's Day Mug

Father's Day Mug
Hurry and order your Father a coffee cup for Father's Day. We have put a father and son turtle picture on the mug. The son is handing the father a cup of coffee. The words on the mug say, "Dad, I didn't SHELL out much for Father's Day, but I still love you."

Jun 6, 2011

Seashell Craft

Psalm 104:25- So is this great and wide sea, wherein are things creeping innumerable, both small and great beasts.
  • Cupcake Holders
  • Markers
  • Glue
  • Artist Brushes
  • Wax Paper- (To place on for drying)

Scallops-Cut a cupcake holder into three equal pieces. Do not flatten. Trim the bottom to a rounded shape.Use markers to color. Brush with glue. Let it dry to harden.

Conch- Cut a cupcake holder in half. Color with markers. Starting on one side round tightly the first couple of rounds. Then complete it by rolling loosely. Brush with glue. Let it dry to harden.

Star Fish-Take a whole cupcake that is not flattened and pinch five sections to make a star shape. Glue each section together near the bottom. Use markers to add color.  Flatten the bottom slightly. Brush with glue. Let it dry to harden.

Sand Dollar-Flatten a cupcake holder. Add some color with markers. Brush with glue. Using your fingers, create small ridges that radiate out from the center around the circle. Let it dry to harden.