BCC Kids at Home: November 29

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: If you've been building these trees each week, this is the week to celebrate! If you're starting today, just jump in! As a family, count all of the things you listed on your thankful tree (or put in your thankful jar or mug). Have each person pick out the thing they are MOST thankful for today. Spend some time thanking God for all of the good, good things he gives us.


WHAT YOU DO: Print out the attached page and have your child trace each line from the center of the page to the picture of the thing God made. Remind them that God made all these good, good things. But that’s no surprise! God makes good things because God is good.

The Last Supper

Read 1 Corinthians11:23-26

In Exodus12, you can read all of the details of the Passover meal. This was the meal that God commanded His people to eat in remembrance and gratitude for being freed from slavery by the Egyptians.

Then, in 1 Corinthians11, we read about Jesus celebrating the Passover with His disciples the night before He was arrested. During that special meal we call the Last or Lord’s Supper, Jesus gave His disciples a new command: to take the Lord’s Supper in remembrance of His death for our salvation.

What does Jesus say these specific parts of the Last Supper represent?

The broken bread: ____________________ The cup/drink: ______________________

These meals may seem a little ceremonial and intimidating if you’ve never participated in one, but they serve a simple but very important purpose: to remind us of what God has done and to call us to remember with gratitude.

Picture This

Pictures are a great way for us to remember some of our favorite memories. Ask a parent if you can look through your family’s pictures on their phone, on a computer, or in a photo album. Select three or four of your favorite pictures that represent a great memory for you and share them with someone. Tell them why you are grateful for each of these special memories.

Look for special moments to show thanks.