WPBC Discipleland Online
Welcome to our online Discipleland. Each week we will post a video lesson and some questions or activities that you can lead your kids through.
There are two sections below:
The first is for the older children (primary school children) and will be led by teacher Elke each week.
Below that is for the smaller children (3years to 6 years) and will be led by teacher Kate each each.
We hope that it is a blessing to your little ones and that they grow in the knowledge of the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Discipleland kids video (primary school kids - Elke)
Little ones (preschool class - Kate)
Welcome to the Wilro Park Sunday School preschool class! These lessons are created for kids between 3 and 6 years to learn more about God and the wonderful things he has done. Each week the video will be about 10 minutes long. I will read the story from our class bible, we will watch an animated re-telling of the story, and there will be some songs. Encourage your child to sing and dance if they want to!
I’d encourage you to browse through the lesson before sitting down with your child, so that you can get together any materials for the craft, game or activity of the week. (If you don’t have a printer, and would like copies of the pages in advance, please let me know). I love to get pictures of your kids doing the activities!
This week we learn what happened when the Israelites left Egypt. Pharoah changed his mind and chased after them, but even with the Egyptian armies charging down around them, God still protected them!
You can play a fun water game this week - fill up a container with water and let your child try to “part the seas” with a straw. (If you make the water really shallow they might be able to get dry land for a moment or two. Then add more water and talk about how the Red Sea had a LOT more water than this!) You can talk with them about how God is so much stronger than we are, and we can trust him to look after us.
If you have a printer at home you can have your child color in the picture below. If not, let them do some drawing and imagine what the Israelites might have seen in the water as they walked through the sea.