Armor of God
Prepare Kids for the Good Fight o’ Faith!
Kickrickulum’s Armor of God- Are You Ready to Rumble?
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Written for Grades 1-5
Each KICKIt (binder + CD), CD only, or download contain 8 lessons.
Each lesson uses readily available hands-on materials, Power Point and teacher dialogue.
Kids Bible stories become animated with easy to follow visible object lessons.
Other features include breakout small and large group activities, special character skits, games, object lessons and childrens Bible verse activities. This material is ideal for multi-age groups.
Here is what you get:
- Lessons in MS Word
- Lessons in PDF
- Power Points
Armor of God Lesson Components
Do some or do them all! (based on skateboard terminology
starts the lesson off with a wrestling match skit that introduces the piece o’ armor or lesson theme
(The lesson “pivots” around these main words and phrases. Repeat them through out the lesson using Power Point slides)
The lesson characteristic or virtue
The main point of the lesson using the TRAIT within it
Children’s Bible verse
A visiting “over the top” character skit (Coach or Professor Snodgrass) that makes kids laugh and hear the main point from a different approach
A springboard to the Bible Lesson Launch. Rampin’ Up is a large group, hands on activity or object lesson which introduces a concept using common everyday items that kids relate to.
The Bible lesson presented in creative ways that will captivate kids
Small group environment where kids answer questions and connect with each other and the teacher
A large group relay race of some type which allows kids to have a blast and also reinforces the lesson truths.
Time to Thrash
Small or large group hands-on activities and games that reinforce the lesson while kids have a blast too!
ends the lesson with a wrestling rematch skit that reinforces the lesson and introduces next week’s lesson topic
A large group final wrap up and review