BCC Kids at Home: October 11

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 DO: Lay out a towel on the floor or table and ask your kids to help you build a river. Encourage them to find 10 blue items to make the water (place them on the towel) and 10 green items to make the reeds around the river (place on the edges of the towel). Ask your child about the river in today's story.


WHAT YOU DO: Print the baby and basket images provided (or draw your own!). Place a piece of looped wall tape to the back of the baby picture and attach the basket to the wall at your child's eye level. Have your child walk up to the wall, close their eyes, and attempt to place their baby in the basket. Have them tell you what they remember about a baby in a basket in today's story.

Build Something Strong

Grab some stackable materials. Start stacking one item right on top of the other and see how tall you can get the tower before it falls over. After it falls, start again. But this time create a stronger foundation by putting more blocks on the bottom and working your way up. Just like building a strong foundation for your tower, always speaking the truth sets a good foundation for your relationships with friends and family!

Know that when you build your life on truth you will have stronger relationships with God and those around you.

Staying Close to God

Read 1 John 1:9
In the space below, write down what you think the word “sin” means?

Sin is basically anything we do that we know is wrong. As you probably know,
everyone sins. God does not sin. He is perfect. He doesn’t break His promises. And though our perfect heavenly Father has every right to point out all our imperfect actions, He is fair. He promises to forgive us for every wrong thing we have done.

But there is something you and I need to do when we mess up. We need to
confess— which simply means to admit or be honest about what we've done.
Since God always keeps His promises, we can know that he forgives us,
always. Being truthful with God keeps you close to Him.

So, think back over your day. Can you think of a time when you messed up?
Admit it to God and ask His forgiveness. Be honest. And if you’ve hurt
someone else, talk to God about what you could do to make it right.

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