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Rotation Unit Name: “Heroes of The Bible”

Evening Vacation Bible School

June 16-20, 2003
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Summary:

  • Joseph: Popcorn & A Movie “Joseph, King of Dreams”
  • Jonah: Enter life-size whale and hear Jonah tell his story followed by a snack (no details on snack).
  • Moses: Storytelling of Moses receiving the Ten Commandments, snack (no details on snack) and make  a Wooden Patriotic Beaded Bracelets, one for themselves and one to give away to a Hero.
  • Daniel: Hear the story of Daniel and the Lions Den, make a Plaster Handprint Garden Decoration and have a snack (no details on snack).
  • Hero Presentation (Friday Evening): Fire, EMT’s, Police and Fire House Tour, followed by pizza and dessert.

Overall Concept of Rotation:

At the end of Vacation Bible School, the children will:

  • Become familiar with 4 different heroes in the Bible.
  • Learn and recite the Memory Verse.
  • Learn about how they can find strength through prayer.
  • Learn that God keeps His promises.


Objectives:

At the end of the Bible Blockbuster session, the children will:

  • Know that Jealousy drives us to do things we should not do.
  • Learn that Joseph forgave his brothers for the terrible things they had done to him.
  • Learn that they can forgive those who hurt them with God’s help.

Teacher Advanced Preparation:

  • Read and re-read scripture
  • Become totally familiar with Joseph’s story
  • Know the Memory Verse
  • Watch Movie if possible
  • Have popcorn & water ready to be passed out at start of movie


Material List:

  • Bible
  • Memory Verse Poster
  • DVD “Joseph, King of Dreams”
  • Popcorn
  • Water
  • Baby wipes

Lesson Plan


Opening:

Welcome the kids and introduce yourself. Call the kids by name. Use your nametag.

Music/Offering – Send Off

Dig:

Storytelling: 

Joseph thought back to when he was in prison. What long, dreary days, months, even years those had been. His brothers had stripped off his beautiful, colorful coat and had sold him as a slave. His own brothers! Joseph wondered what they told their father when Joseph didn’t return with them.

Little did Joseph know that his brothers had torn his coat and stained it with goat’s blood. Then they had shown it to their father, telling him an animal had killed Joseph. They didn’t want their father to know what a terrible thing they had done.
Now it was years later. Life had gotten better for Joseph. He was out of prison and no longer a slave. In fact, he was now a ruler in Egypt. God had used Joseph to save many people in Egypt from a famine, a time when there was not food to eat. When some men from another country came to Joseph to ask for food, Joseph realized they were his brothers. He was powerful now. He could get back at them for the terrible things they had done. HE COULD HAVE THEM KILLED! BUT DID HE?

No. Joseph didn’t do any of those things. He knew that everything that had happened was part of God’s plan. Even when he was in prison. Even when he had been sad and hungry. Joseph knew God was working. So instead of hurting his brothers, Joseph forgave them. He told them he loved them anyway, because God had used their awful deeds to save many people.
Memory Verse: Philippians 4:13 “I can do everything by the power of Christ. He gives me strength.”

Application: Popcorn & A Movie
“Joseph, King of Dreams”, approx. 78 minutes (Begin at 6:30 pm)

Reflection:

BE A JOSEPH!
Joseph knew that God had brought good out of the bad things that had happened to him. You can forgive like Joseph. It will take God’s help. But you can forgive those who hurt you.

Clean Up:
Allow time to tidy room and put supplies away.

Closing Prayer:
Thank God for this time together, asking His blessing on the class and their families until we are together again. Ask God to help them always forgive those who do wrong.

Dismissal to Church – 8:00 pm


References:
Scripture/Bible Stories taken from “The Super Heroes Bible” from ZonderKidz

”Joseph, King of Dreams” by Dreamworks SKG




The Coliseum, focus is Jonah


Scripture Reference:

Jonah 1-4

Concept:

At the end of Vacation Bible School, the children will:

  • Become familiar with 4 different heroes in the Bible.
  • Learn and recite the Memory Verse.
  • Learn about how they can find strength through prayer.
  • Learn that God keeps His promises.


Objective:

At the end of the The Coliseum session, the children will:

  • Know that Jonah had to be taught a hard lesson before he was willing to obey God.
  • Learn that you cannot hide from God.
  • Learn how important it is to obey God.

Teacher Advanced Preparation:

  • Read and re-read scripture
  • Become totally familiar with Jonah’s story
  • Be able to interact with the script in the whale
  • Know the Memory Verse
  • Have fan(s) ready for Jonah to turn on
  • Place opened tuna fish can by fan early


Material List:

  • Bible
  • Memory Verse Poster
  • Jonah’s script
  • “Lucy” the Whale (will be put together already)
  • Tuna Fish Cans
  • Fan(s)
  • Jonah costume
  • Snack
  • Baby wipes
  • Sheet music, CD & Player

Lesson Plan


Opening:

Welcome the kids and introduce yourself. Call the kids by name. Use your nametag.

Music/Offering – Send Off

Music: (approximately 6:20 pm):
Susan Bender will be in the Sanctuary to practice the following songs with each grade group. She will have everything available for this and will have help.
All children will sing the following songs together on Friday Night:
To represent Daniel: “He’s Got The Whole World in His Hands”, pg. 230
To represent Moses: “Moses, Where Have You Been”, pg. 98
To represent Joseph: “Joseph Had a Coat of Many Colors”, pg. 63
To represent Jonah: “The Lord is Faithful”, pg. 402
To represent Heroes: “America The Beautiful!”, overhead projector

Dig:

Storytime in the Sanctuary: (approximately 6:35-6:50 pm)

Jonah coughed in the dark. The stench made breathing almost impossible. He rubbed his eyes clear of water and seaweed. It was so dark he couldn’t see anything. He felt like he was moving. He was moving. The he remembered…

He had been on a ship during a terrible storm. He knew the storm had come because he had run away. God wanted him to preach to the sinful people of Nineveh. But Jonah didn’t. He climbed aboard a ship going in the opposite direction.

Then a terrible storm came. The ship swayed back and forth, up and down. HUGE WAVES SENT BONE-CHILLING WATER RUSHING INTO THE BOAT. The men threw everything overboard to make the ship lighter. They prayed to their gods for help. But the storm just got worse. The sailors decided to cast lots (kind of like drawing straws) to find out who caused the storm. The lot fell on Jonah. All eyes turned to him. What had he done to make the gods so angry?

Jonah knew. He had run away from God. He hadn’t done what God wanted him to do. “Throw me into the sea and the storm will stop,” he told them. The sailors thought he was crazy, but they were desperate. The men first asked God to forgive them, and then they dropped Jonah into the swirling, cold waters. Instantly, the waves and the wind calmed down.

Suddenly, an enormous fish appeared and swallowed Jonah. Jonah thanked God for saving him. And he asked God to forgive him for not going to Nineveh. God have the fish a bellyache. Its stomach rumbled and roared, and it spit Jonah out on the shore. Now Jonah knew what he had to do – go to Nineveh. And he did!

Before the kids enter the whale…have someone ask a few questions like, “Why do people sometimes hide from other people or things?” Have you ever hidden from something?” Where are some of the places you have hidden?” After all the kids have had a chance to share, have them carefully walk down the stairs to the basement of the church.

Application: 
As the kids enter the whale, have Jonah begin his portion (attached) of the lesson then follow with below.

Discussion Focus:

  1. After the storytelling is over, invite the kids to leave the whale and go sit at the tables. Then ask, “What was Jonah hiding from” Why did Jonah not want to go to Nineveh?” Did Jonah disobey God?” Did God punish Jonah? (No, God provided for Jonah)”
  2. Explain the sometimes God wants us to do things that we don’t want to do, but God will help us. God will provide for us so that we can do what God wants. Then tell the remainder of the story of Jonah and what happened to Jonah after the whale incident.


Memory Verse: Philippians 4:13 “I can do everything by the power of Christ. He gives me strength.”

Reflection:

BE BETTER THAN JONAH!
Jonah knew all along he was supposed to go to Nineveh. But he didn’t want to. He went through some terrifying events before God got his attention. Finally Jonah decided to obey God. Reading about Jonah will help you remember how important it is to obey God.

Restroom Break/Snacktime: (approximately 7:40 pm)
Have children go to restrooms and wash their hands.
Have children sit at covered tables in basement and distribute snack.

Clean Up:
Allow time to tidy room and put supplies away.

Closing Prayer:
Thank God for this time together, asking His blessing on the class and their families until we are together again. Ask God to help them always forgive those who do wrong.

Dismissal to Church – 8:00 pm


References:

  • Scripture/Bible Stories taken from “The Super Heroes Bible” from ZonderKidz
  • ”Jonah in the Whale” by St. Elmo’s Choir from Rotation.org
  • All songs from The Word & Song Bible by Elkins

Jonah in the Whale

Script- Storytelling Workshop

Jonah: (Snoring sounds as the students enter the room) Wha…wha…who are you? How did you get here? What is your name? (meet all the students) Let me introduce myself, my name is Jonah?

Teacher: It's nice to meet you Jonah, but how did you end up in the belly of this fish?

Jonah: It's a long story and frankly, I'm a little embarrassed about it.

Teacher: We have at least 30 min. left so go ahead and tell us.

Jonah: Alright, I've got nothing else to do in here but sleep and play tic-tac-toe by myself. It all started innocently enough. I was busy doing my normal every-day stuff, tending to my olive trees and gathering some food for dinner that night. It was a beautiful day, blue sky and a slight breeze to keep the bugs away. Then I heard this voice, it wasn't a booming voice or anything, just a normal voice. It said "Jonah! I want you to go to Nineveh and preach my word" I looked up and was kind of puzzled. At first I thought I was just my mind playing a trick on me. But then I heard it again, said "Jonah! I want you to go to Nineveh and preach my word." Well I knew it had be my neighbor Habakuk. He was always playing tricks on me and trying to sneak some of my Olives. I don't want to blow my own horn but I have the best Olives in Geth-hapher (that's where I lived). So I climbed up on the fence, to catch him, but he wasn't there. Then I heard the voice again, said "Jonah! I want you to go to Nineveh and preach my word" Then I knew it had to be God. So I said, "Hello…God?" "Yes, it is I" the voice said. "Why Nineveh, they are just a bunch of pagans and sinners. They will never listen to me nor will they repent of the sinful ways. Why bother? How about I go to a nice town where they will listen?" I heard nothing, then the voice said, said "Jonah! I want you to go to Nineveh and preach my word" "I don't want to!" I said. I was bound and determined not to go to Nineveh. Well this was God and I knew I had to get away. Maybe if I went as far away as possible, God would pick somebody else. So I got out my map and found a place called Tarshish about 2000 miles from Nineveh. "Surely that would be far enough away", I thought.

So I went down to Joppa to catch a boat for Tarshish. I found a nice boat, fairly clean. The crew was kind of surly looking but a nice bunch of folks. So I paid my fare and climbed on board. We hadn't been to sea very long before I got kind of sleepy. Which was odd because I had been so worried the God would come get me that I didn't think I'd ever sleep. But those waves rocking the boat back and forth just put me to sleep. I don't know if I have ever slept that hard in my whole life. Anyway, I had been sleeping so well that I didn't even realize that there was a storm going on, and it was a pretty bad storm at that. Finally the crew was getting so scared that they came down woke me up and pleaded with me to pray to my God to stop the storm. They had been praying so hard with out any luck they figured maybe it was my God that caused the storm. Well I wasn't going to pray because I knew what God would tell me, "Jonah! I want you to go to Nineveh and preach my word" And I said before, I wasn't going to Nineveh. So they decided to cast lots, that's where they roll these dice looking things and they tell pick somebody. It's kind of like drawing straws, and the shortest straw loses. Well the lots pointed to me. So I told them to go ahead and throw me over board. As I said earlier, they were a nice bunch and they decided to try to row back to the harbor. Well it was a bad storm and they weren't going anywhere. So finally they figured that maybe they should throw me over board. I couldn't blame them, they did what they felt they had to. So over I went, kerplunk. Since I was going over anyway I thought I'll have one last bit of fun and I did a cannonball into the water and splashed the whole crew. They didn't laugh nearly as much as I did.

So there I am treading water when I feel some through brush up against my leg. So I screamed my head off to try to scare it away. Then I felt another bump and now I'm freaking out. But then the worst thing of all I see this fin sticking out of the water and it is coming right for me. It gets closer and closer and then I see this huge mouth opening up. I try to swim away, but all I could do is dog paddle. So it came up to me and here I am. I don't even know how long I've been here. At first this place stunk like dead fish, but it's kind of cleared up now. Every now and then he lets out a burp and I get a whiff of something I don't want to know about. Now I'm just trying to figure what to do. What do you think I should do? Let me ask you this, should I have gone to Nineveh? Why do they need to hear God's word. What if they won't listen? Do you think God will forgive me? Do you think I should pray? Will you pray with me? Let's pray. (read Jonah's prayer found in Chapter 2).

Thank you for helping me.

(Either have the kids help you to pretend that the whale is getting ready to throw-up and then everybody exits together or just have the students leave the whale and go on with the lesson)




The Promised Land, focus is Moses


Scripture Reference:

Exodus 3:1-4:17; 19:1-20:21

Overall:

At the end of Vacation Bible School, the children will:

  • Become familiar with 4 different heroes in the Bible.
  • Learn and recite the Memory Verse.
  • Learn about how they can find strength through prayer.
  • Learn that God keeps His promises.


Objective:

At the end of the The Promised Land session, the children will:

  • Learn that God wanted Moses to free and lead the people to The Promised Land.
  • Learn that God taught Moses what to do and what to say.
  • Learn that Moses became a great leader through God’s strength.
  • Learn that best way to be strong is to rely on God’s strength.

Teacher Advanced Preparation:

  • Read and re-read scripture
  • Become totally familiar with Moses’ story
  • Know the Memory Verse
  • Have room ready
  • Have CDRom ready for playing story
  • Make a bracelet ahead of time to display


Material List:

  • Bible
  • Memory Verse Poster
  • CDRom
  • Snack
  • Baby wipes
  • Bracelet craft kits

Lesson Plan


Opening:

Welcome the kids and introduce yourself. Call the kids by name. Use your nametag.

Music/Offering – Send Off

Dig:

Storytelling: (approximately 6:20-6:35 pm)

Thunder crashed and lightning flashed. Moses’ eyes opened wide with wonder at what he saw there on top of the mountain. God’s finger moved over two pieces of stone, carving Ten Commandments for the people of Israel to follow. Moses knew who much God loved him and the people of Israel. And Moses knew that God wanted the people to love and obey God.

Moses had been up on that mountain for many days. He talked with God there. They were just like two friends who get together for a visit. God showed Moses things he had never shown anyone else. And Moses told God about the people of Israel and asked God for wisdom in leading them.

MOSES STOOD UP AND LOOKED ALL AROUND. HE COULD SEE FOR MILES. He could see the dry, bare desert. He could see the people of Israel camped near the mountain.

Moses remembered when God had called him to lead the people. He told God he was too weak, that he wasn’t a good speaker. But God insisted. God told Moses that he would give him strength and the right words to speak. And God had kept his promised. God helped him. And now the people of Israel were no longer slaves! They were free!

Moses still didn’t feel like he was a good enough leader. But God was giving him the strength and the wisdom he needed.

Discussion:
After the storytelling is over, begin discussions on the following…

  • How overwhelming do you think it was for Moses to come down from the mountain and see all those people….have you ever been overwhelmed? Do you lean on God for strength?
  • What did God do when Moses still felt like he wasn’t a strong enough leader?
  • What do you think about God and Moses being friends? Are you friends with God?
  • Who are some leaders that we have today?


Listen & Learn: (approximately 6:40-6:50 pm)
Turn lights down and listen to “The Journey” found on CD-ROM #2, Track #3. Tell the children to hear God speak to the Israelites.
Snack time/Restroom Break: (approximately 7:00-7:20 pm)
Have children move to Adult Sunday School Room for snack.
Prepare The Promised Land during this time for the application.

Application: (approximately 7:25-7:50 pm)
Wooden Patriotic Beaded Bracelets
http://www.oriental.com/webapp...p;GROUP=N&CASE=0

- Each child should make one for themselves.
- Each child should make one to give to a local hero on Friday night.
Encourage the children to wear the bracelets to honor their friends, our heroes, Moses & God. Let it remind them of strength from friendship.

Memory Verse: Philippians 4:13 “I can do everything by the power of Christ. He gives me strength.”

Reflection:

BE A MOSES!
Some people are strong because of their huge muscles. Some people are strong because they are smart. But the best way to be strong is rely on God’s strength instead of your own. Next time you think you just can’t do something, ask God for his help. He helped Moses. He will help you too.

***Tell the children how our local Heroes (firefighters, EMT’s, police, etc. use their muscles and their brains to help people – just like Moses!).

Clean Up:
Allow time to tidy room and put supplies away.

Closing Prayer:
Thank God for this time together, asking His blessing on the class and their families until we are together again. Ask God to help them always forgive those who do wrong.

Dismissal to Church – 8:00 pm


References:

  • Scripture/Bible Stories taken from “The Super Heroes Bible” from ZonderKidz
  • Listen & Learn from The Word & Song Bible by Elkins
  • Bracelets found at Oriental Trading Company, Inc. http://orientaltrading.com

The Carpenter’s Workshop, focus is Daniel


Scripture Reference:

Daniel 6:1-28

Concept:

At the end of Vacation Bible School, the children will:

  • Become familiar with 4 different heroes in the Bible.
  • Learn and recite the Memory Verse.
  • Learn about how they can find strength through prayer.
  • Learn that God keeps His promises.


Objective:

At the end of the The Promised Land session, the children will:

  • Learn that Daniel knew it was more important to follow God than anyone else.
  • Learn that Daniel prayed every day.
  • Learn that God gave Daniel courage to always do the right thing.
  • Learn that God will also give us courage to choose the right thing.

Teacher Advanced Preparation:

  • Read and re-read scripture
  • Become totally familiar with Daniel’s story
  • Know the Memory Verse
  • Have room & art supplies ready
  • Create both art projects at home to display


Material List:

  • Bible
  • Memory Verse Poster
  • Snack
  • Baby wipes
  • Plaster of Paris or mortar supplies (plaster, cardboard, container, mixing spoon, stapler)
  • Red & Blue Felt
  • Long white paper
  • Black markers
  • Scissors
  • White glitter Puffy Paint

Lesson Plan


Opening:

Welcome the kids and introduce yourself. Call the kids by name. Use your nametag.

Music/Offering – Send Off

Dig:

Storytelling: (approximately 6:20-6:30 pm)

Daniel knelt at the window of an upstairs room in Babylon. The window faced toward his home far away in Jerusalem. Looking off into the distance, Daniel prayed to God. His prayer was disturbed by sounds in the street below. He saw some officers of the kingdom hurrying away. Daniel knew he was in trouble. Serious trouble. The king had made a law that the people could only pray to him. Daniel had been caught breaking that law.

Sweat dripped down Daniel’s forehead when he was called by the king later that morning. “Daniel!” the king cried. “Didn’t you know what would happen if you prayed to your God?”

Of course Daniel knew what would happen. But he also knew that worshiping God was more important than any law the king could make against it.

The king didn’t really want to throw Daniel into a lions’ den. But a law was a law. Just before they closed the door, he said to Daniel, “I hope your God can save you!”

It was very dark. DANIEL COULD SEE THE GLEAMING EYES OF THE LIONS ALL AROUND HIM. Then, behind them, he saw something lighter. It was an angel! Now Daniel knew he would be safe. The angel had already shut the mouths of the lions. They would not hurt him.

A soft gray light filled the lions’ den as morning came. Daniel heard the king’s voice shouting from above, “Daniel! Did your God save you?” With a huge smile Daniel answered the king.

Application #1: (approximately 6:35-7:10 pm)
Plaster Handprint Garden Decoration (See attached directions)
While working, try and discuss the following…
What law did Daniel break? What did the King ask Daniel after this?
What and who were some of the things Daniel had with him on his side in the den? Do you think this helped to comfort Daniel?
It’s hard to always do the right thing…Do you think you would have as much courage as Daniel if your faith was tested? Perhaps you could think of Daniel the next time you have to make a decision between right and wrong….

Restroom Break/Snacktime: (approximately 7:15-7:35 pm)
Have children go to restrooms and wash their hands. Go directly to Adult Sunday School Room for snack.
Prepare The Carpenter’s Workshop during this time for Application #2.

Application #2: (approximately 7:40-7:50 pm)
Felt Handprint Banners
1. Have each child trace both of their hands on felt.
2. Have them cut them out (you may have to help the PreK class).
3. Each child can write their name on their hands in Puffy Paint.
4. Explain to the children that each classes’ hands will be placed on a banner and displayed on Friday night. Each church involved in VBS will also receive one of the banners as a keepsake of VBS 2003.

**The VBS Committee will make sure that all the hands accumulated will be adhered to banners. Please turn in felt handprints at the end of each workshop to Kim Johnson or Liz Weingart.

Memory Verse: Philippians 4:13 “I can do everything by the power of Christ. He gives me strength.”

Reflection:

BE A DANIEL!
Daniel knew it was dangerous to disobey the king’s law. But he knew that following God was more important than anything else. Daniel was a person just like you are. God gave him courage to do the right thing. God will give you courage when you choose to do the right thing, too!

Clean Up:
Allow time to tidy room and put supplies away.

Closing Prayer:
Thank God for this time together, asking His blessing on the class and their families until we are together again. Ask God to help them always forgive those who do wrong.

Dismissal to Church – 8:00 pm


References:




Plaster of Paris

Handprint Garden Decoration

Materials:

  • plaster of paris
  • a mold (see heart mold)
  • OPTIONAL: paint, silk flowers, woodsies (little wooden shapes -- they come in hearts, stars, petals, etc and make nice decorations), mosaic pieces, bugs, etc.


Instructions:

  • Mix plaster of paris according to package directions (you can use a margarine container for mixing (or even as your mold). Set aside for a bit. (It always looks too liquidy to me when I follow the directions, but when you leave it sit a 5 minutes or so it sets up to pancake batter consistency)
  • Now, make your mold if you don't already have one. To make a heart shaped mold:
  • cut 2 pieces of thin cardboard about a foot and a half long and 2 to 3 inches wide.
  • Staple the two pieces together at the top as close to the end as you can get it.
  • Now fold back the pieces of cardboard and staple the bottom ends this isn't a picture of this project, but the technique is the same
  • measure your child's hand into the center of the cardboard ... if your mold is too large, just add another staple to the bottom point of the heart to make it smaller and cut the excess off the bottom.
  • Set the mold onto a piece of aluminum foil or into a pie plate.
  • you can fold the edges of the aluminum foil up around the cardboard to help out here.
  • While you were making your mold, the plaster was setting a bit. Pour it into the mold now.
  • Have the child press their hand into the mold for about 20 seconds. If it doesn't hold the shape of the hand, jiggle it to resmooth the surface, wait a few minutes and try again.
  • OPTIONAL: Press small silk flowers and other decorations into the plaster to decorate.
  • Let dry completely (overnight is best).



Vacation Bible School 2003 – FRIDAY NIGHT!

Rotation Unit Name: “Heroes of The Bible”
June 16-20, 2003
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Lesson Plan


Opening:

Welcome the kids and parents and introduce yourself. Use your nametag.

Hero Presentation (approximately 6:10-7:10 pm)
Springfield Township Fire #1, 2 & 3: 6:10-6:20 pm
Springfield Township EMT’s: 6:25-6:35 pm
Village Police Department: 6:40-6:50 pm
Boardman Fire Department
Fire House Tour: 6:55-7:10 pm

Pizza: (approximately 7:20-7:45 pm)
Pizza & dessert for everyone!

Memory Verse: Philippians 4:13 “I can do everything by the power of Christ. He gives me strength.”

Reflection:

BE FAITHFUL!
If you are faithful to God, you’ll put him at the top of your list. You will never love anyone or anything more than you love God. You will never worship anyone or anything other than God. He’s the best thing in your life, and you’re faithful to him.

BE FORGIVING!
Wow! Forgiving someone who has hurt you can be one of the hardest things you’ll ever do. Certainly it had to be hard for Joseph to forgive his brothers. But they did. Forgiving someone is one of the greatest acts of love you can do, for yourself and for them.

BE STRONG!
God wants you to know that he will always be with you, no matter what hard things you may face. And he wants you to know that he will make you strong. You may feel weak and scared, but with God on your side, you’re a super hero of strength!

Music: All children!
He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands
Moses Where Have You Been?
Joseph Had a Coat of Many Colors
The Lord is Faithful
America The Beautiful!

Dismissal




VBS Committee Advanced Preparation:

  • Schedule all volunteer Heroes
  • Order bandanas & streamers
  • Know the Memory Verse
  • Order Pizza & desserts
  • Send slip home about Friday night festivities with each child
  • pick snacks


Material List:

  • Pizza & drinks
  • Desserts
  • Plates, cups, napkins, forks
  • Bandanas
  • Patriotic wands
  • Banners made in CW
  • Rope
  • Checks made out to different departments

References:

  • Scripture/Bible Stories taken from “The Super Heroes Bible” from ZonderKidz
  • Songs from The Word & Song Bible by Elkins
  • Bandanas & streamers found at Oriental Trading Company, Inc. http://orientaltrading.com

Posted by Liz Weingart, DCE Canfield Presbyterian Church (This VBS Rotation was written by myself while I was the DCE at Petersburg Presbyterian Church, Petersburg, Ohio.)

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