Play hide-n-seek just like the sneaky spies of Jericho!Supplies
Pick a set of toys—like small stuffed animals or action figures.
Hide them around the house, and have your child sneak around to find them!
Initiate the Fun
Take the initiative to get together with friends. As a family, plan an afternoon of fun (water balloon style) at a local park. It’s time for the ultimate water balloon fight. Tell everyone to wear bathing suits or clothes that can get wet, pack ...
Practice counting with sparkly jewels fit for a queen, just like Esther!Supplies
Counting Crowns Activity Page
* No printer, no problem! Just draw 6 simple crowns on paper and label them 1-6.Instructions
Lay out the Counting Crowns ...
Teach your kids that God is always with us using the story of baby Moses and his mom!Supplies
Blue Jell-O® (homemade or store-bought)
Large gummy bears
Open your Jell-O!
Pipe green ...
It’s family game night! Put the board games away and dress in dark clothes, and head out to the backyard after dark. It’s time to play Initiative Flashlight Tag! Give each family member a flashlight. Initiative Flashlight Tag is similar to hide ...
Everyone is back to school and after a long day, everyone needs a snack. Take the initiative this weekend to make these delicious sweet and salty snacks. They will be ready after school every day this week. Taking a little time over the weekend ...
Craft a tree like the one Deborah stood under as she shared God’s!Supplies
Toilet paper roll
Green tissue paper
Using the blue paper as your background, glue a strip of green paper
Initiative Care Package
Initiative is seeing what needs to be done and doing it. There are men and women overseas in the military defending our country. They miss their families and the comforts of home. Together as a family, pack a care package or two for a local ...
Make a self-portrait out of food to explore the idea that “God made me” with your child!Supplies
Spread (such as Nutella, hummus, or peanut butter)
Snacks (Choose snack foods your child likes, keeping in mind you’ll need to make a face on
Does your family have a recipe that has been passed down for generations? Is there a dish you love that only your grandma makes? What is the dish you look forward to most during the holidays?
This month get out the recipe box, call grandma, ...
Share the story of Moses parting the sea, then teach your child that God’s power is awesome with this activity.Supplies
White frosting (homemade or store-bought)
Blue food coloring
Child-friendly knife or ...
Water Bottle Count
Share the story of Moses getting water from a rock with a fun water bottle counting game!Supplies
Clear water bottles - 3 (reusable or disposable)
Number stickers (or marker)
Straws - 6
Number the water bottles 1-3 ...