Children experience many developmental milestones in elementary school — from physical, to intellectual, to social, and emotional — and faith is not an exception. Here you will find several resources for elementary-age children that nurture the development of faith through age-appropriate Bible stories and activities.
Engaging in biblical stories shared in a variety of ways, children learn through the stimulation of their imagination and class participation. Following the same scope and sequence, We Believe curriculum is designed for the following age levels: Younger Elementary—Grades (K)1–2; Older Elementary—Grades 3–4(5); and Multiage—Grades K–5.
Packed with kid-friendly lessons, take-home comics, and activities, this broadly graded summer curriculum encourages children to explore Old and New Testament stories of God’s people.
This Workshop Rotation ModelTM curriculum is based on the tenets of the Reformed faith. Workshops include: art, audiovisual, computer, drama/storytelling, games and puzzles, music and worship, and bonus workshops.
This downloadable, 13-session curriculum for children—Grades K–5—connects participants to mission sites around the United States and world. Each lesson includes a leader’s guide, resource pages, and stories from children of PC(USA) mission personnel or PC(USA) mission personnel who work with children.
The LifeSongs series of classroom music includes children’s songs, rounds, hymns, spiritual songs, and age-appropriate music. Use in connection with We Believe curriculum.