3 Things to Do on Summer Break (Devotion Activity for Kids)

Three Things to Do on Summer VacationThe approach of summer vacation, that wonderful three-month break from school, was always so exciting. We looked forward to extended play with friends, the swimming pool, family trips, camping.

Tomorrow marks my final video devotion for the local Christian school. It got me to thinking about what entering summer break might be like for them. The swimming pool may be closed for a while. They may not be able to play with some of their friends. Little League and soccer could be canceled. Vacations and family trips may be postponed.

So, I wanted to provide the kids with some things they could do even with some COVID precautions in place—and things to keep them thinking and learning about Jesus.

This devotion walks through Psalm 19. We learn how to see God’s glory by looking at the sky, at the Bible, at ourselves, and at Jesus.

DOWNLOAD: These worksheets allow children (and parents!) to record their journey this summer. (Download PDF)

Devotion for Children — Coronavirus & Resurrection

Coronavirus and ResurrectionI give a devotion for the children (K-6) every month in the chapel service at Ames Christian School. Due to coronavirus precautions, they aren’t meeting. So, to provide some continuity, I’m filming video devotions for them.

Last week I did an Easter devotion on the coronavirus and the resurrection of Jesus (available here and below).

Next week, I will start a three-week series on the book of Ruth.

You can find all the children’s devotions here. If you’re looking for Easter devotions to watch, please consider this Holy Week series.