Lips, jewelry with gold and rubies optional

Look at me and see if you can tell what I am saying. (Say “Good morning” without making a sound.) Can you read my lips? I’ll say it again. (Repeat silent “Good morning.”) Did you get it? . . . → Read More: Lips, jewelry with gold and rubies optional

Joints, Picture of skeleton – optional.

Interest Getter: Today, you all brought something wonderful with you to church. You brought your bodies with your joints! Do you know what a joint is? It is the place where two or more bones come together. For example, your elbow is one. Can you move it? Can you twirl it around? Bend it backwards? No. What is another joint? Show me. . . . → Read More: Joints, Picture of skeleton – optional.


Today I want to talk about a wonderful part of our bodies that can be very soft or very hard, very gentle or very powerful, very clever and able. (Depending on the size of your group, have all the children, or one who comes up front, do some hand/finger activities with you, like picking up a toothpick, pounding their chest, carrying a cup of water around the table, etc.) . . . → Read More: Hands

Hair 2: Numbered

Today, you and I all brought something with us that is very pretty. It is long and thin, comes in different colors and can’t move by itself but it is always moving. What is it? It is something we keep losing but we always get more. We keep cutting it off but we still have it! What is it? . . . → Read More: Hair 2: Numbered

Hair 1: Beauty

Today we are going to talk about a part of our body that is most unusual. We can bend it any way we want to. We can make it look different every day. We can pinch it and it doesn’t hurt. But if someone pulls it, we feel pain. What is it? . . . → Read More: Hair 1: Beauty

Goose Bumps, Piece of Taffeta or Other “Noisy” Cloth

(Rustle a piece of cloth like taffeta that makes you shiver, or try to raise goose bumps another way). Does anyone have little bumps on your arms? What are they? Have you had bumps like that before? When? (Discuss). . . . → Read More: Goose Bumps, Piece of Taffeta or Other “Noisy” Cloth


I want you to all close your eyes. That’s right. Now, tell me what I am doing. No, keep your eyes closed. . . . → Read More: Eyes

Ears, Show and Tell Bag with Little Objects That Make Noise

I’m going to make a noise and I want you to tell me what it is. (Have a few items in the “Show and Tell Bag” that make a noise like keys on ring, candy wrapper, coins, zipper, comb that you can ‘strum’, etc.) Listen. Raise your hand if you know what is making the noise you hear. (Make a noise with one of the objects. Let the first one who raised his or her hand name the object. Show them the objects, one by one, as they recognize them.) How did you know what the noise was? You heard it! . . . → Read More: Ears, Show and Tell Bag with Little Objects That Make Noise

Bones (of chicken leg).

(Show chicken leg bones) What do I have here? Yes, bones. They come from a chicken. Do you have bones, too? How many? Do they all look the same? . . . → Read More: Bones (of chicken leg).


Aim: To help the children: to know that each part of the body and each one of us are important; to develop appreciation for others; and to decide to take good care of our physical bodies and church body.

Verse: I Corinthians 12:19, 20 If they were all one part, where would the body . . . → Read More: Body