No-Miss Lessons for Preteen Kids
|Face it: Kids are growing up faster these days... Topics once whispered in junior high locker rooms are no big deal on 5th- and 6th-grade playgrounds these days. Kids face tough choices sooner than ever before.|
These active-learning, attention-grabbing lessons keep you a step ahead of your kids — and make sure you prepare them for what's coming. You'll help your kids grow in their faith...handle relationships...make good choices...and even serve others. Your kids are growing up fast. Make sure they're growing the right direction with No-Miss Lessons for Preteen Kids.
# This book prepares you to prepare preteens to make ethical, moral choices, and to share what they learn with:25 complete lessons using hands-on discovery, short, easy to plan field trips, activities, and games, plus
# A BONUS: 25 fun Service Projects to get kids acting on what they believe.
Table of Contents
Section 1—Faith Foundations
Communicating With God
Section 2—Free to Be Me!
What Good Am I?
Let’s Talk About Love
Fantasy or Fact?
"I Love You" to Parents
Section 3—Forever Friends
How to Fight Right
Section 4—Fears and Choices in My World
Media Madness, MTV, and Me
Choices—Just Say Yes to God!
Running the Race
Section 5—Finding My Place
The Church Needs U!
Section 6—Bonus Ideas
Preteen Kids With a Mission
25 Kid-Friendly Service Projects
Physical Info: 0.3" H x 11.08" L x 8.38" W (0.74 lbs) 111 pages
Carton Quantity: 52
Publisher: Group Publishing(CO)
US SRP: 16.99 US
Pub Date: January 01, 1997
- Church & Ministry | Pastoral Helps | General
- Educational Materials | Teaching Helps
- Religion | Christian Education | General
-Christian education of preteens -Church work with preteens
-Conduct of life -Preteens
- Religious Orientation | Christian
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|No-Miss Lessons for Preteen Kids|
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Let's just come out and say it: 5th and 6th-graders can be a tough crowd. Sweet as sugar one week and sweet as sugar in your gas tank the next, getting their attention can be a challenge.