Reply to "Summer Sunday School, VBS, & The Rotation Model"

We are blessed with space - one large room for used for movies, storytelling and computers, as well as a gym, good sized kitchen and a dedicated art room space. We average 12 kids on a Sunday from ages 4-7th grade. We have all the kids in one group due to the lack of volunteers, but it does work. (We used to have 2 groups). The issue comes down to volunteers. We have great volunteers, but it's the same people who volunteer for lots of other things also. (Nursery, coffee hour, etc) That's why we all need a break. We also have some parents who will not help with our children's ministry. They need us so THEY can have a break. If all of our parents helped out, we could run a great program over the summer. However, I understand that there are people who are not comfortable teaching in Children's Ministry - it's not their gift. (These parents do help in other areas) I know that many churches face similar challenges. 

Have any of you found a summer curriculum that will work for a multi-aged group of kids that doesn't involve a lot of prep work and isn't terribly expensive? (And isn't boring for the kids?)


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