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Thanks for visiting our Gkids Toddlers page. Our prayer is that even your youngest GKid will learn about God at their level. We believe that this begins in the home. We pray that you take this time to pastor your home and invite the Holy Spirit to guide you as you parent your children.

We would love to partner with you through this. For this reason, we’ve included a video below that we believe your child will love and will introduce them to the love of God.

God bless you and we hope to see you soon!

 



Need to Know

When I’m Scared, (make scared face)

God Is (point up)

With Me! (Thumbs to chest)

 

Bible Story

Exploring the Promised Land

Numbers 13:1-14:35

 

Memory Verse

“I prayed to the Lord, and He answered me.  He freed me from all my fears.”

Psalm 34:4 Bible Verse Motions


Coloring Page


Parent Guide - Preschool

Parent Guide - Toddlers


Moster Puppet

Puppet

Paper

Key


FEARBUSTER

Saturday, October 2, 2021

 



Need to Know

When I’m Scared, (make scared face)

God Is (point up)

With Me! (Thumbs to chest)

 

Bible Story

Exploring the Promised Land

Numbers 13:1-14:35

 

Memory Verse

“I prayed to the Lord, and He answered me.  He freed me from all my fears.”

Psalm 34:4 Bible Verse Motions


Coloring Page


Parent Guide - Preschool

Parent Guide - Toddlers


Moster Puppet

Puppet

Paper

Key


     Hey GKids Parents! Week 5, if you read last week's message you can skip down to all the good stuff at the bottom. If not, welcome, start here so you can get a good idea of what your online experience here for our Comet City kids looks like. 

We recommend this summer that you and your little one start reading the Bible together. Picture bibles really help our littles understand what the story is about as well as even help develop language and motor skills. 

We recommend The Beginner's Bible. You can purchase it right off Amazon here.

We have found their summer reading plan and we are posting it down below. We encourage you to take full advantage of the reading, resources, and videos that we make available to you this summer. Not only is it important that your child gets to know the Word at their level, but also that they know it is important to you as their parent and the pastor of your home. 

We will post each week the recommended reading with a snack idea, and activity for you to complete on the day that you choose. 

The first reading for the week of July 18 is the story entitled The Brave Queen. If you have the Bible it can be found on page 240.



Here is a snack idea for this story: Click Here

Here is the printable activity: Click Here

Here is the idea I found on Pinterest for a craft: Click Here


Summer Reading 5 of 5

Sunday, July 18, 2021

     Hey GKids Parents! Week 5, if you read last week's message you can skip down to all the good stuff at the bottom. If not, welcome, start here so you can get a good idea of what your online experience here for our Comet City kids looks like. 

We recommend this summer that you and your little one start reading the Bible together. Picture bibles really help our littles understand what the story is about as well as even help develop language and motor skills. 

We recommend The Beginner's Bible. You can purchase it right off Amazon here.

We have found their summer reading plan and we are posting it down below. We encourage you to take full advantage of the reading, resources, and videos that we make available to you this summer. Not only is it important that your child gets to know the Word at their level, but also that they know it is important to you as their parent and the pastor of your home. 

We will post each week the recommended reading with a snack idea, and activity for you to complete on the day that you choose. 

The first reading for the week of July 18 is the story entitled The Brave Queen. If you have the Bible it can be found on page 240.



Here is a snack idea for this story: Click Here

Here is the printable activity: Click Here

Here is the idea I found on Pinterest for a craft: Click Here


    Hey GKids Parents! Week 4, if you read last week's message you can skip down to all the good stuff at the bottom. If not, welcome, start here so you can get a good idea of what your online experience here for our Comet City kids looks like. 

We recommend this summer that you and your little one start reading the Bible together. Picture bibles really help our littles understand what the story is about as well as even help develop language and motor skills. 

We recommend The Beginner's Bible. You can purchase it right off Amazon here.

We have found their summer reading plan and we are posting it down below. We encourage you to take full advantage of the reading, resources, and videos that we make available to you this summer. Not only is it important that your child gets to know the Word at their level, but also that they know it is important to you as their parent and the pastor of your home. 

We will post each week the recommended reading with a snack idea, and activity for you to complete on the day that you choose. 

The first reading for the week of July 11 is the story entitled Boy King Josiah. If you have the Bible it can be found on page 235.



Here is a snack idea for this story: Click Here

Here is the printable activity: Click Here

Here is the idea I found on Pinterest for a craft: Click Here


Summer Reading 4 of 5

Sunday, July 11, 2021

    Hey GKids Parents! Week 4, if you read last week's message you can skip down to all the good stuff at the bottom. If not, welcome, start here so you can get a good idea of what your online experience here for our Comet City kids looks like. 

We recommend this summer that you and your little one start reading the Bible together. Picture bibles really help our littles understand what the story is about as well as even help develop language and motor skills. 

We recommend The Beginner's Bible. You can purchase it right off Amazon here.

We have found their summer reading plan and we are posting it down below. We encourage you to take full advantage of the reading, resources, and videos that we make available to you this summer. Not only is it important that your child gets to know the Word at their level, but also that they know it is important to you as their parent and the pastor of your home. 

We will post each week the recommended reading with a snack idea, and activity for you to complete on the day that you choose. 

The first reading for the week of July 11 is the story entitled Boy King Josiah. If you have the Bible it can be found on page 235.



Here is a snack idea for this story: Click Here

Here is the printable activity: Click Here

Here is the idea I found on Pinterest for a craft: Click Here


Take a break and spend some time with your family. Here are some kid sized fun ideas. 



Patriotic Sensory Bin


This sensory bin is a good activity to keep kids entertained while learning about the importance of the Fourth of July. Promote patriotism to your children with this fun activity. 

Materials

  • Sensory bin or tray
  • Sand (red, white, and blue)
  • Small cup (red and blue with stars)
  • Sparkly pipe cleaners (red, silver, blue - cut in half)
  • Sparkly pom poms (red, white, blue)
  • Glitter stars (red, white, blue)
  • Straws (for stirring, drawing in sand - red, white, and blue)
  • Star Cookie cutters - different sizes
  • Scoop and/or spoon

Tools

  • Sensory bin or tray
  • Sand (red, white, and blue)
  • Small cup (red and blue with stars)
  • Sparkly pipe cleaners (red, silver, blue - cut in half)
  • Sparkly pom poms (red, white, blue)
  • Glitter stars (red, white, blue)
  • Straws (for stirring, drawing in sand - red, white, and blue)
  • Star Cookie cutters - different sizes
  • Scoop and/or spoon

Instructions

  1. Pour the sand into the bin.
  2. Add the stars and cups. 
  3. Add the pom-poms and cookie-cutter stars. 
  4. Place the straws and pipe cleaners in the bin.
  5. Add the spoon and scoop. 
  6. It’s playtime! 

Check this full post out HERE!

Keep Reading for a snack idea. 



Red & Blue Fruit Kabobs

These watermelon star and round blueberry fruit kabobs are perfect for all the patriotic holidays during the summer. A healthy holiday snack! Perfect for 4th of July, Memorial Day and Labor Day. 
Servings: 20 kabobs
 
Author: Jen Talley

Ingredients

  • 1 medium seedless watermelon
  • 1-2 pints blueberries (if blueberries are large you may need two pints)

Instructions

  • Use a large knife to cut the watermelon in half. Put the cut side down on the cutting board and use the knife to cut away all the green/white rind. You will be left with a half of a pink/red watermelon. 
  • Carefully slice the watermelon into ¾ inch slices. 
  • Use a small star cookie cutter to cut out stars. Keep the leftover pieces from cutting out the stars to snack on.
  • Repeat on the other half of the watermelon. 
  • Use small wooden skewers to make a watermelon star and blueberry pattern. Store in the fridge. 

Notes

Dairy & Soy Free: Naturally df/sf free!
Recipe From: https://jentalleycooks.com
Check out this full post HERE!

Fourth of July

Sunday, July 4, 2021

Take a break and spend some time with your family. Here are some kid sized fun ideas. 



Patriotic Sensory Bin


This sensory bin is a good activity to keep kids entertained while learning about the importance of the Fourth of July. Promote patriotism to your children with this fun activity. 

Materials

  • Sensory bin or tray
  • Sand (red, white, and blue)
  • Small cup (red and blue with stars)
  • Sparkly pipe cleaners (red, silver, blue - cut in half)
  • Sparkly pom poms (red, white, blue)
  • Glitter stars (red, white, blue)
  • Straws (for stirring, drawing in sand - red, white, and blue)
  • Star Cookie cutters - different sizes
  • Scoop and/or spoon

Tools

  • Sensory bin or tray
  • Sand (red, white, and blue)
  • Small cup (red and blue with stars)
  • Sparkly pipe cleaners (red, silver, blue - cut in half)
  • Sparkly pom poms (red, white, blue)
  • Glitter stars (red, white, blue)
  • Straws (for stirring, drawing in sand - red, white, and blue)
  • Star Cookie cutters - different sizes
  • Scoop and/or spoon

Instructions

  1. Pour the sand into the bin.
  2. Add the stars and cups. 
  3. Add the pom-poms and cookie-cutter stars. 
  4. Place the straws and pipe cleaners in the bin.
  5. Add the spoon and scoop. 
  6. It’s playtime! 

Check this full post out HERE!

Keep Reading for a snack idea. 



Red & Blue Fruit Kabobs

These watermelon star and round blueberry fruit kabobs are perfect for all the patriotic holidays during the summer. A healthy holiday snack! Perfect for 4th of July, Memorial Day and Labor Day. 
Servings: 20 kabobs
 
Author: Jen Talley

Ingredients

  • 1 medium seedless watermelon
  • 1-2 pints blueberries (if blueberries are large you may need two pints)

Instructions

  • Use a large knife to cut the watermelon in half. Put the cut side down on the cutting board and use the knife to cut away all the green/white rind. You will be left with a half of a pink/red watermelon. 
  • Carefully slice the watermelon into ¾ inch slices. 
  • Use a small star cookie cutter to cut out stars. Keep the leftover pieces from cutting out the stars to snack on.
  • Repeat on the other half of the watermelon. 
  • Use small wooden skewers to make a watermelon star and blueberry pattern. Store in the fridge. 

Notes

Dairy & Soy Free: Naturally df/sf free!
Recipe From: https://jentalleycooks.com
Check out this full post HERE!

   Hey GKids Parents! Week 3, if you read last week's message you can skip down to all the good stuff at the bottom. If not, welcome, start here so you can get a good idea of what your online experience here for our Comet City kids looks like. 

We recommend this summer that you and your little one start reading the Bible together. Picture bibles really help our littles understand what the story is about as well as even help develop language and motor skills. 

We recommend The Beginner's Bible. You can purchase it right off Amazon here.

We have found their summer reading plan and we are posting it down below. We encourage you to take full advantage of the reading, resources, and videos that we make available to you this summer. Not only is it important that your child gets to know the Word at their level, but also that they know it is important to you as their parent and the pastor of your home. 

We will post each week the recommended reading with a snack idea, and activity for you to complete on the day that you choose. 

The first reading for the week of June 27 is the story entitled The Wise King. If you have the Bible it can be found on page 194.



Here is a snack idea for this story: Click Here

Here is the printable activity: Click Here 

Here is the idea I found on Pinterest for a craft: Click Here


Summer Reading 3 of 5

Sunday, June 27, 2021

   Hey GKids Parents! Week 3, if you read last week's message you can skip down to all the good stuff at the bottom. If not, welcome, start here so you can get a good idea of what your online experience here for our Comet City kids looks like. 

We recommend this summer that you and your little one start reading the Bible together. Picture bibles really help our littles understand what the story is about as well as even help develop language and motor skills. 

We recommend The Beginner's Bible. You can purchase it right off Amazon here.

We have found their summer reading plan and we are posting it down below. We encourage you to take full advantage of the reading, resources, and videos that we make available to you this summer. Not only is it important that your child gets to know the Word at their level, but also that they know it is important to you as their parent and the pastor of your home. 

We will post each week the recommended reading with a snack idea, and activity for you to complete on the day that you choose. 

The first reading for the week of June 27 is the story entitled The Wise King. If you have the Bible it can be found on page 194.



Here is a snack idea for this story: Click Here

Here is the printable activity: Click Here 

Here is the idea I found on Pinterest for a craft: Click Here


  Hey GKids Parents! Week 2, if you read last week's message you can skip down to all the good stuff at the bottom. If not, welcome, start here so you can get a good idea of what your online experience here for our Comet City kids looks like. 

We recommend this summer that you and your little one start reading the Bible together. Picture bibles really help our littles understand what the story is about as well as even help develop language and motor skills. 

We recommend The Beginner's Bible. You can purchase it right off Amazon here.

We have found their summer reading plan and we are posting it down below. We encourage you to take full advantage of the reading, resources, and videos that we make available to you this summer. Not only is it important that your child gets to know the Word at their level, but also that they know it is important to you as their parent and the pastor of your home. 

We will post each week the recommended reading with a snack idea, and activity for you to complete on the day that you choose. 

The first reading for the week of June 20 is the story entitled The Lord is my Shepherd. If you have the Bible it can be found on page 190. 



Here is a snack idea for this story: Click Here

Here is the printable activity: Click Here *Print this and have your child glue cotton balls to make the sheep's coat

Here is the idea I found on Pinterest for a craft: Click Here


Summer Reading 2 of 5

Sunday, June 20, 2021

  Hey GKids Parents! Week 2, if you read last week's message you can skip down to all the good stuff at the bottom. If not, welcome, start here so you can get a good idea of what your online experience here for our Comet City kids looks like. 

We recommend this summer that you and your little one start reading the Bible together. Picture bibles really help our littles understand what the story is about as well as even help develop language and motor skills. 

We recommend The Beginner's Bible. You can purchase it right off Amazon here.

We have found their summer reading plan and we are posting it down below. We encourage you to take full advantage of the reading, resources, and videos that we make available to you this summer. Not only is it important that your child gets to know the Word at their level, but also that they know it is important to you as their parent and the pastor of your home. 

We will post each week the recommended reading with a snack idea, and activity for you to complete on the day that you choose. 

The first reading for the week of June 20 is the story entitled The Lord is my Shepherd. If you have the Bible it can be found on page 190. 



Here is a snack idea for this story: Click Here

Here is the printable activity: Click Here *Print this and have your child glue cotton balls to make the sheep's coat

Here is the idea I found on Pinterest for a craft: Click Here


 Hey GKids Parents!

We recommend this summer that you and your little one start reading the Bible together. Picture bibles really help our littles understand what the story is about as well as even help develop language and motor skills. 

We recommend The Beginner's Bible. You can purchase it right off Amazon here.

We have found their summer reading plan and we are posting it down below. We encourage you to take full advantage of the reading, resources, and videos that we make available to you this summer. Not only is it important that your child gets to know the Word at their level, but also that they know it is important to you as their parent and the pastor of your home. 

We will post each week the recommended reading with a snack idea, and activity for you to complete on the day that you choose. 

The first reading for the week of June 13 is the story of David and Goliath. If you have the Bible it can be found on page 173. 

Here is a snack idea for David and Goliath: David and Goliath Rock Snacks — Cocoa Puffs cereal and/or Kix cereal

Here is the printable activity for David and Goliath: Click Here

Here is the idea I found on Pinterest for a craft: Click Here


Summer Reading 1 of 5

Sunday, June 13, 2021

 Hey GKids Parents!

We recommend this summer that you and your little one start reading the Bible together. Picture bibles really help our littles understand what the story is about as well as even help develop language and motor skills. 

We recommend The Beginner's Bible. You can purchase it right off Amazon here.

We have found their summer reading plan and we are posting it down below. We encourage you to take full advantage of the reading, resources, and videos that we make available to you this summer. Not only is it important that your child gets to know the Word at their level, but also that they know it is important to you as their parent and the pastor of your home. 

We will post each week the recommended reading with a snack idea, and activity for you to complete on the day that you choose. 

The first reading for the week of June 13 is the story of David and Goliath. If you have the Bible it can be found on page 173. 

Here is a snack idea for David and Goliath: David and Goliath Rock Snacks — Cocoa Puffs cereal and/or Kix cereal

Here is the printable activity for David and Goliath: Click Here

Here is the idea I found on Pinterest for a craft: Click Here


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