Sunday 2 May

Week One

In the Garden
(Genesis 1:31, 2:8–3:24)

Say This
Whose way is perfect?
God’s way is perfect.

The Story

Have fun learning and playing with your preschooler.
First, watch the video below to hear God’s truth in a way your preschooler can understand and enjoy.
Then, follow up with the fun activities below!

Activity – Which Way?

What You Need

Paper, marker, toy cars, and/or Little People® figures

What You Do

Draw simple arrows on multiple pieces of paper. Place the arrows on a table or the floor, all pointing in the same direction to create a one-way path.
Encourage the children to play with the cars and people and move them in the direction of the arrows. Allow your child to play for a few minutes, then switch the direction of the arrows. Next, challenge your child to move the cars and people in the new direction. Repeat as desired.
Say, “Look at these arrows. The arrows all point this way (point) so we can move all of the cars and people that way. (Do activity.) Way to go! Let’s change the direction! (Pick up and move arrows.) Now let’s move the cars and people in this new direction. (Continue as long as there is interest.)
“Awesome job! In our story today, Adam and Eve did not go God’s way, even though God’s way is perfect. It was very sad. But we can JUMP, JUMP, and go God’s way! Whose way is perfect? God’s way is perfect!”


Dear God, thank You for making this amazing world and everything in it. We especially want to thank You for making us. Please help us trust that Your way is perfect and to go Your way. We love You, God. In Jesus’ name, amen.