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JaneJane  and Julie Burton both posted:

Parents, Kids and Money Matters "workshop" kit you can get for free. It's in the educational resources section, workshop kits at https://www.thrivent.com/conne...urces/resources.html

"Money Matters for Kids" by Larry Burkett, from TV's "Money Matters."  He also wrote a book by that name for kids that has Biblical principles, jokes and examples in it. We used it with our stewardship rotation and the kids loved it.  If you don't see it on Amazon, try Christianbooks.com

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Cynthia posted:

I'm focusing on the Widow's Mite this year, last year it was the Parable of the Talents.

For drama, we are using the Kirk of Kildaire drama skits on the Lessons Exchange and then discussing them.

For computer, we are using Cal and Marty's Scripture Memory (Sunday Software) and adding a lot of verses on giving.

Awesome Bible Stories software (Sunday Software) includes the Parable of the Talents, with a built-in church Stewardship game the kids can play.

Both 'Cal and Marty" & 'Awesome Bible Stories" software programs are now available FREE OF CHARGE to download here at Rotation.org to the supporting members of Rotation.org.
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julie burton posted:

The "All My Stuff Belongs to God" Children's Ministries website has a great blog post with stewardship lesson ideas for preschool and children. http://cogop.org/children/all-...tewardship-for-kids/


JanS posted:

There is a wonderful book called The Table Where Rich People Sit by Byrd Baylor, Aladin Publishing, 1998, 9780689820083, that would provide a great basis for a stewardship lesson!

Note: As of 2018 it is still for sale on Amazon, which tells you it's a good one.

Someone has posted a pre and post book reading discussion guide for families at https://www.bctf.ca/uploadedFi...ereRichPeopleSit.pdf

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