BCC Kids at Home: February 28

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: Draw 10 hearts on any size on a piece of paper and cut out. On 3 of the hearts, write the words “Jesus Loves Me”. Hide the hearts around the house and send your kids on a scavenger hunt to find them. Whenever a child finds a heart with words on it, ask them, “Who loves you?” and have them respond, “JESUS LOVES ME!” Play until all 10 hearts are found!


WHAT YOU DO: Set up a doctor’s station for your child’s toys or stuffed animals. Ask them to bring you a stuffed animal and tell you why he isn’t feeling well. Offer bandages and blankets and have your child act as a doctor to help their animals feel better. Remind them that our story today was about how Jesus helped someone who was sick. Jesus loves us and wants to help us, too!

A Memory Game

Set a timer for one minute. See how many times you can repeat today’s verse within that minute. You must clearly say every word, including the reference (1 Corinthians13:4).

How many times did you successfully repeat the verse in one minute?

Ask God to remind you of our memory verse this week when you need to be reminded to be kind.

Be Kinder Than You Have to Be

Read Romans 12:10

Think about the last time you got into an argument with your sibling or a friend. Do you remember what you fought about? Do you remember what you said?

Arguments and disagreements are normal, especially between people who know each other well or end up spending lots of time together. But kindness is about looking beyond that disagreement or argument to remember how valuable the other person is. Because the person on the other side of you is way more important than winning or making a point. It is possible to disagree and still be kind. The key is to put the other person first.

So the next time you find yourself arguing, stop. Look the other person in the eye and choose to honor him or her more than whatever point you’re trying to make. Ask God to help you be kinder than you have to be.