I think it’s important to have a fun song playing while all the kids get dropped off at large-group for VBS, so I edited this fun compilation together. Our kids loved it!
These are links to more information to supplement the “Science Object Lessons Guide” in the Spyence Mission #1 Curriculum.
If you haven’t purchased the Spyence Mission #1 Curriculum and watched the video that teaches you how to do the Science Object Lessons “Live” with your students, these links won’t make much sense. But if you have watched that video, click on the links below for more helpful information.
Whew! We just finished VBS, and the only reason I lived through this crazy week is the amazing team of volunteers I have.
Now, I get to put everything away (easy) and think of a way to show my VBS teacher’s how much I appreciate them (much harder).
When a kid “acts up” in Kid’s Church, you have to make a split second decision to ignore it or deal with it.
Often, that’s a hard call to make as a teacher. You don’t want to be too strict and come across as harsh or unloving. But you also don’t want to be too loose and let bad behavior escalate.
So where should you draw the line for good classroom management in children’s church – should you lean more toward strict discipline, or should you favor a more laid-back approach?
One way to approach the question is to ask – what do I think the parents would want for their kids? Would they want a teacher who is more strict, or more laid-back?
Fun VBS Promo Video – cute kids use corny puns while shooting off film canister rockets!
It’s important that your VBS Promo Video captures everyone’s attention and send the message that this year’s VBS is going to be a blast! Well… Mission Accomplished. Just click the “play” button and check it out…
Isn’t that fun? If you’d like to use this VBS Promo Video at your church, click this download button: