Family Watch Party Activities | Arrow Kids
Here are a few simple activities to help your
kiddos learn from the service
For this first week's watch party activity, we wanted to give our kids the ability to listen to the service and take "notes." From the smallest to the tallest, we can all learn from God's Word.
Arrows of Triumph (2nd-5th Grade)
For the oldest children, we have a "Learning from the Sermon" page. Throughout the service, kids can take notes on what they are hearing during worship and the sermon. After the service ends, families can talk together about what they have learned and answer the questions they may have about the message.
If you have a printer at home, right click and select to save this picture. Then, print it and have your child fill it out. If you don't have a printer, write out this activity page for your child to use.
Arrows of Victory (Preschool-1st Grade)
For the younger learners, we have an "I'm Listening Up" page. Throughout the service kids can listen for certain words and mark each time they hear it. They can also practice writing some of those words and can draw a prayer request. After the service ends, families can pray together for those requests.
If you have a printer at home, right click and select to save this picture. Then print it and have your child fill it out. If you don't have a printer, write out this activity page for your child to use.
Arrows of Grace (1-3 years old)
For the youngest kids, grab a big piece of paper and some crayons. During the sermon, one family member can write simple words from the worship songs or pictures from the imagery of the message. Invite your little ones to color the pictures you have drawn or draw their own pictures, too. Try to fill up the entire page with thoughts about the Truth you all have heard.