At Home

This is the day the Lord has made; 
Let us rejoice and be glad in it.

Sunday School at home
Sunday, April 5

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Working from home? Kids need an activity? Do you need a break, if only for a few minutes? You're probably set and exhausted from searching for activities.
Here are a few more. Ideas for kids. Links to cool websites and other good things. You do not need to DO any of these.

     from Beaming Books  ← link
       Beaming Books is a 'close relative' of our Sunday School curriculum
  • outdoor activities, rainy day activities, cooking, and more!
     from Illustrated Ministry  ← link
       We use their coloring posters and sheets for various events, themes
  • follow the link above - give them your email - gain access to many activities and printables during this covid-19 outbreak. It's free. You can always cancel if it's not what you expected.
SERVICE PROJECT ideas for the family
  • food (or other) donations to 
  • make greeting cards or coloring sheets to 
    • homebound members of FPC (contact Mark for a list of names)
    • members of FPC who live alone (contact Mark for a list of names)
    • a neighbor 
    • nursing home residents
      Contact a nursing home directly and find out how you can do this.
OTHER COOL THINGS

TIME for Kids is currently offering free access to their digital library. That's pretty neat.
VIRTUAL tours of five U.S. National Parks - provided by Google Arts and Culture
YOGA for kids  this video is more about stretching than meditation
The Work of The People  subscription-based videos about God, Bible, Faith, The Church, and so much more. ($7/month, though some videos are free w/out subscription) Though high school students (and older) may enjoy some content, this spiritual resource is especially for parents.