BCC Kids at Home: August 16

Online video and curriculum for you to do as a family at home!

Check here Thursdays to see new curriculum and videos, discussion questions, and downloadable crafts for you to do at home!

1. Watch the Worship & Bible Story Video!

2. Do the Activities as a Family!


WHAT YOU NEED: A heart drawn on a 8.5x11 paper (or larger), scissors, tape or glue, smaller construction paper hearts in lots of colors

WHAT YOU DO: Tape the heart to the wall or table. Help your child put glue on the back of the little hearts and place them inside the big heart. Continue until the big heart is filled with all the little hearts. Remind them that today’s story from the Bible was about how God loves us so much. His love is even bigger than this heart we made!


WHAT YOU NEED: “Puzzle” (attached), scissors, crayons

WHAT YOU DO: Print the puzzle page and have your children color it. Help them cut it out and then encourage them to put the pieces together while you help! Say, “Look for the piece that has the letters G-O-D on it. Our story was about how much God loves you and ME! Now, look for the piece with the letters M-E on it. Put the ME piece by the GOD piece. Help your child finish the rest of the puzzle. Remind them that God loves you and me so much that He gave us Jesus to be our friend forever.

The Next Right Thing

Esther did the right thing when she asked King Xerxes not to hurt the Jewish people. We might not be kings or queens, but we can always do the next right thing. Below are three situations. Either draw a picture or write down what you think the right thing to do is.

1. You have a friend who can’t find their pencil and the test is about to start. What’sthe right thing to do?

2. Your little brother is really sad that he lost his favorite stuffed animal. What’s
the right thing to do?

3. Your stepdad asked you to help with the dishes, but your favorite show is on.
What's the right thing to do?

Remember, you can always ask God to help you make the right choice.

What’s My Purpose?

Do you ever wonder what your purpose is? Many people do! But often the people around us see us better than we see ourselves, so today, put on your reporter hat and go ask at least five people these questions.

1. What is one thing you think I’m really good at?
2. What is something I’m really good at that can help others? (It might be
the same as #1, or could be different.)
3. What is a role I play, or activity I’m involved with, that could be used
for others?
4. How do you think God might use me to make the world a better place?
5. What is one thing I can do to develop my creativity in this area?

For memory verses, discussion questions, and prayer, please download the PDFs below!