Category Archives: Children’s lessons

High Jump

Elaborating on a story by Wayne Dyer. Have the class, or your family stand up with the goal of jumping as high as they can. Maybe have a goal on the wall or doorway or something to measure how high … Continue reading

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Comb your own hair

Bring a few combs to the class, or have them use their own combs. If you bring your own, please make sure they are washed and very clean before offering students to use them. Have students comb their hair, with … Continue reading

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Hole in the paper

You need to pieces of paper, about 6 x 4 inches each. At the beginning, tell the class that you need to cut a hole in this paper big enough to put your head through. How difficult will this be? … Continue reading

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God’s Embroidery

When I was a little boy, my mother used to embroider a great deal. I would sit at her knee and look up from the floor and ask what she was doing. She informed me that she was embroidering. I … Continue reading

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Magnifying glass

This object lesson requires a magnifying glass, a sunny day , a piece of paper, and just a regular piece of glass. Take your class or family outside and give one person the magnifying glass and another person the normal … Continue reading

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Legos

If possible, get a brand new small box of legos (the kind that has the picture right on the front of the thing that could be built on the front). Here is the lesson: Here are some legos and right … Continue reading

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Squeezy cheese

Source: Kristi Ott The object for this lesson is a can of the cheese that squeezes out. Or you could use any other object that squeezes out of the top like toothpaste or whipped cream or something like that. I … Continue reading

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Ping Pong and Popcorn

Here is a fun object lesson. Fill up a large jar (larger than a quart, if possible) half way up with popcorn. Take a ping pong ball and push it to the bottom of the popcorn. Put the lid on … Continue reading

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Celery

This object lesson will take several days. Take a stalk of celery and split it up the center about half way up the stalk. Put one side in a glass of red-colored water and the other side in blue-colored water. … Continue reading

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Air

Submitted by Lt. Col. and Mrs. John Stevens With the smaller children we talked about air and how it is invisible but can be very strong, like in a storm. I then had them blow on their hands. I also … Continue reading

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