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Missions Games and Activities for Kids

Missions Games and Activities for Kids

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Published by Sammis Reachers
Woman Missionary Union - http://www.wmu.com/
Woman Missionary Union - http://www.wmu.com/

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Published by: Sammis Reachers on Sep 29, 2013
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Missions Games and Activities
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Introduction
 
T
he purpose o Missions Games and Activities is to provide a resource helping involvechildren in missions education. Involvement in missions begins with living one’saith, daily. This resource will assist leaders to bridge games and activities into helpingchildren discover the needs o people around the world and in responding to those needs.This resource will also encourage children in a commitment to Christ as well as theirgrowth as Christians.
 
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Bible and Missions-related Activities
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hat does the Bible say about missions? What activities can children participate in to helpthem learn more about being on mission? The ollowing activities can be used in yourmissions education groups. Use these as options to go alongside existing lesson plans rom RAsand other mission groups. You may also use these as stand-alone activities in Sunday School andother children’s programs.
 
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Supplies Needed:
Poster board, cardboard or construction paperFabric scraps• Glue• Pencils• ScissorsCreate a scene in a mission story (volunteers helping build a church, children in aninternational country, missionaries climbing a mountain, and so orth).1. Cut abric into small pieces and place dierent colors in separate boxes.2. Cover poster board, cardboard, or construction paper with light blue abric (or sky).3. Make a simple sketch or picture on board or cloth covering.4. Apply cloth pieces with white glue.5. Use damp cloth to clean glue.Children may put a Bible verse on the mosaic using cloth scraps to orm the letters. Be creative!
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Supplies Needed:
Old issues o newspapers and magazines (especially Sunday School and missions books)Two heavy cardboard pieces, 9” x 12”Plain white paper sheets, 8½” x 11” (15–20 per scrapbook)String (or yarn)Hole punch1. Punch holes in cover and sheets.2. Glue pictures or clippings on each sheet.For
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, use cartoons, jokes, amusing pictures, and comic strips. Onseveral pages, add Bible verses that tell about God’s love.For
Bible Games Scrapbook
, use Bible games and puzzles. Be sure to include answerson back o pages or “answer sheet.”3. Make covers.4. Tie together with string.Give scrapbook to someone who is sick or lonely.

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