Fruit of the Spirit Crafts and
Activities For Sunday School

 

Each lesson in this series of lessons on the Fruit of the Spirit is presented with a caterpillar puppet named Squirmy. Your children will learn from Squirmy worm about growing fruit and growing the fruit of the Spirit. This series includes a fruit bowl Bible verse memory chart, Bible verse cards, bulletin board displays which your children can help produce, and lots of crafts and activities to reinforce the lessons.

Complete lessons are available to members on The Resource Room.

 

Fruit of the Spirit Folding Craft Stick Bible Craft for Sunday School

Craft sticks aFruit of the Spirit Folding Craft Stick Bible Craft for Sunday School www.daniellesplace.comre taped together so that when the craft sticks are pushed together from the top and bottom of the row they fan fold up into a compact stack of sticks for storage. This craft is great to use as a memorization tool. Children can test themselves by unfolding one section at a time to reveal the next Fruit of the Spirit.

What you will need:

WoodsiesWoodsies Mini Jumbo Craft Sticks -4.5" 50/Pkg - Use good quality craft sticks that lay flat. The 5/8" work perfect with the one-inch tape. *You can use the Woodsies Jumbo Craft Sticks with the 1.5 Inch - 3M Scotch Masking Tape for a bigger Canvas.

3M Scotch Masking Tape, 1-Inch - Other brands will work, but this tape works great! It is the exact color of the craft sticks. (Staple's Tape works better with the washable markers, but it is lighter than the stick and more transparent and doesn't cover the stick as well.)

Permanent Markers, Crayons, or Colored Pencils - (The washable markers don't work well because they smear.)

How to Make the Folding Craft Stick Canvas:

1. Cut the one-inch masking into 4-inch pieces.

2. Place two sticks together, side by side, and tape them together covering both the sticks with the tape.

3. Turn the two sticks over so that they are diagonal to you.

4. Place another craft stick next to and below the two sticks that you taped together. Use another piece of tape to tape the bottom two sticks together.

5. Turn all three sticks over diagonally and place another stick at the bottom of the row and tape the last two sticks together. Keep going until you have a whole row of sticks.

6. You can also cover the first and last stick in the row by placing tape over the stick and then folding it back over the stick. It is easier to write on the tape than the craft stick. The ink soaks into the sticks and blurs.

Children can use permanent markers, pens, or colored pencils to write the Bible verse on the sticks and then decorate them. They can also draw a picture on the back of the sticks that represent the Ten Commandments.

If a child messes up while working on his canvas, you can pull off the tape where he messed up and replace it with new tape.

These folding craft stick canvases can also be used for many other purposes. You can also be used to make greeting cards for Mother's Day, Father's Day or Birthdays.

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Fruit of the Spirit Paper Plate Basket Bible Craft for Sunday School

 

Fruit of the Spirit Paper Plate Bible Craft for Children's Sunday SchoolWhat you will need:

Paper Plates

Water Color Paints, Crayons, or Colored Pencils and Paint Brushes

Low Temperature Glue Gun with Glue Sticks

Sharp Scissors - An X-ACTO Knife works well to punch a hole through the plate before you start cutting.

 

How to Make the Fruit of the Spirit Paper Plate Craft:

1. Cut a paper plate in half making one side convex and the other concave. Use the concave side for the front of the paper plate basket.

2. Cut another paper plate in half leaving a handle around the edge.

3. Glue the two sides together with a low temperature glue gun.

4. Cut out fruit shapes representing the Fruit of the Spirit to put in the basket. (Patterns for the fruit are available to members on The Resource Room.)

5. In class have your children color the paper plate basket and fruit, and place the fruit in the basket.

 

 

Fruit of the Spirit Lesson 1 - Love

 

Crafts

sunday school bible craft scratch and sniff fruit of the spirit pictures bible craft1. Scratch and Sniff Fruit of the Spirit Pictures

Children paint the the fruit with paint made with Kool-Aid.

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2. Fruit of Spirit Caterpillar Plant Stake

sunday school bible craft fruit of the spirit caterpillar plant stake bible craftAt the end of your lesson, you can have your children plant a tomato seed in a cup or pot to review the lesson. They can place this plant stake in the pot to remind them that love is one of the Fruits of the Spirit.

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sunday school bible craft bulletin  fruit of the spirit bulletin board display 3. Make a Bulletin Board Display

Children can help make a bulletin board display by coloring boarder patterns. During activity time they will help fill a basket with tomatoes on which you have written examples of how Jesus showed us to love.

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sunday school bible craft squirmy worm paper bag puppet with bible verse

4. Squirmy Worm Paper Bag Puppet with a Bible Verse Fruit in His Mouth.

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5. Fruit of the Spirit Tree Memory Verse Chart

sunday school Fruit of the Spirit Tree bible craftEach week your children memorize a verse, they get to add a fruit to their tree. You can write the verse on the back of each fruit and display the trees on the bulletin board. Let your children color the trees and write their names on the front. A Pattern is available to members only on The Resouce Room.

 

 

 

 

 

Activities

Fruit of the Spirit Match Game for Sunday School from www.daniellesplace.comPlay a Fruit of the Spirit Match Game

Play this card game to review the fruit of the Spirit. (A pattern for this craft is available to members. It is available in both the King James Version and the New International Bible Version.)

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Feed Squirmy Bible Verse Review Game

Children take turns picking a fruit and feeding it to Squirmy by placing it in his mouth. If a child picks a fruit out of order, Squirmy spits it out and the child must try again.

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Fruit of the Spirit Lesson 2 - Joy

In this lesson your children will learn that we can be happy in all situations even when things don't go our way because we can trust God to work out his plan for us. The story of Paul and Silas in jail is used as an example of how we can praise God even when things aren't going our way.

Complete lessons are available to members on The Resource Room.

 

Crafts

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Fruit Loop Necklace

Children color the "Joy" medalion, cut it out, and then string Fruit Loop cereal and the madalion onto a ribbon to make an edible necklace.

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Fruit of the Spirit Activity Sheet www.daniellesplace.comFruit Loop Picture

Children color or paint the picture and then paste Fruit Loop cereal on the picture to decorate it.

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Activities

2. Squirmy Find the Bible Verse Game

Tell your children that Squirmy wants to help them learn the memory verse. Ask Squirmy if he is ready to show your children the memory verse fruit. Have squirmy look around for them and then come up with nothing. Ask Squirmy what the problem is. Squirmy then says that he lost them. Ask the children if they will help Squirmy find them. When a child has found a fruit help him put it in the correct order to spell out the verse.

 

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2. Love and Joy Beanbag Pass

Make fruit beanbags out of felt before class. In class have your children pass beanbags around the circle and each time they pass a beanbag they should say what that beanbag represents. When they pass the cherry beanbag, they should say, "joy". When they pass the apple beanbag they should say, "love". Keep introducing more and more beanbags. Start passing some in the opposite direction. Soon the game will become confusing, but fun. (If your children are younger than Kindergarten age, you should just have them pass them all in the same direction but alternate apple with cherries. A Pattern for the beanbags is available to members of The Resource Room.

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3. Spread the Joy Bean Bag Toss

Prepare this game before class. Use a plate to draw circles on the construction paper. On some of the circles write some of the following:

1. I can be happy when I have to go to the dentist.
2. I can be happy when I have to clean my room.
3. I can be happy when I loose at a game.
4. I can be happy when I have to go to school.
5. I can be happy when I have to do my homework.
6. I can be happy when I don't get my way.
7. I can be happy when I can't play with my friend.

On the rest of the circles draw sad faces. Tape the circles to the floor close together on one side of the room. Have your children stand on the other side of the room behind a piece of tape. Let them take turns throwing a beanbag and trying to avoid the sad face circles. If the beanbag lands on a circle with words, read the circle and give the child a treat like a cookie and have him sit down. If the beanbag lands on a sad face the child goes to the back of the line and tries again when it is his turn. Tell that child that he doesn't have to be sad because he gets to try again next time. Keep playing until all the children have gotten a treat and are sitting down.

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4. Love or Joy?

Before class cut up an apple and some cherries, place them in plastic containers such as film canisters, and punch holes in the lids. Make the containers look different so the children can tell them apart. For instance, you can wrap red tape around one. Review the two fruit of the Spirit that they have learned so far. Place the canisters at opposite ends of the room and tell the children to smell them through the holes and decide which one they think is the apple and which the cherries. If you have a large class, make several of each type so it doesn't take too long. Tell the children not to tell each other what they think is in the canisters. When all the children have had a chance to smell the containers ask the children which container they think the apples are in and tell them to go to that side of the room. When everyone has picked a side of the room, tell them which canister contains the apples and which the cherries.

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Fruit of the Spirit Lesson 3 - Peace

Squirmy the Worm is worried about his tomato plant, but he soon learns that he doesn't have to worry. God takes care of the birds and he will take care of us. We can be at peace knowing that he loves us and provides for us. Your children will enjoy coloring a bird picture and gluing on red pompoms for cherries. They can also make bird puppets that can be used in a relay race during activity time. They will also enjoy playing a fun flash card game in which they wiggle like a worm, and make mini cheesecakes with fruit topping.

 

Crafts

1. Bible Verse Activity Sheet

Fruit Bible Verse Activity Sheet www.daniellesplace.comChildren glue red pompoms on to the picture to make cherries. (A pattern for this craft is available to members only. Click on the lesson link to go toThe Resource Room for the complete lesson.)

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2. Bird Hand Puppet

sunday school bird hand pupped bible craftThis little bird can open and close his beak. It is used during activity time to play a relay race in which children pass fruit from one bird to another.

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Activities

1. Fruit Flash Card Game

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Before class print out the Love, Joy, Peace, and Worm Cards onto card stock (A printable patterns is available to members on The Resource Room.) or make your own cards.

In class hold up the cards one by one and review each fruit and the Bible verse that goes along with the fruit. Talk a little bit about each fruit. Tell your children that you are using the lemon to represent peace. They can remember that the lemon represents peace if they think about making lemonade. Lemon juice is very sour, but you don't have to worry. You can be at peace because when you add sugar it makes a very tasty and refreshing drink.

Then tell the children you are going to play a game. They will shout out the name of each fruit and then the Bible verse. If the worm card is shown, they can wiggle like a worm until the next card is shown.

Once they can say all the verses, you can use movements instead. For instance, if you hold up the lemon, they can purse their lips like they tasted a sour lemon. For the cherry they can jump up and down and shout "hooray". For the apple, they can draw a heart in the air with both hands or cross their arm over their heart for love.

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2. Make Lemonade From Real Lemons

 

3. Play Pass the Peace Lemon Bible Verse Review Game

Bible Verse Review Game - Pass the Lemon Bible Verse Review Game for The Fruit of the Spirit Bible Lesson on www.daniellesplace.com 1. Before class print out a set of Lemon Bible Verse Shapes for every four to five students onto yellow paper and cut them out.

2. In class divide your children up into teams of four or five and have each team stand in a row side by side.

3. Place a set of Lemon Bible Verse Shapes on the floor in front of each team.

4. Have the first children in each row pick up a lemon and place the lemon in their bird's beak (Bird puppets from the opening activity). The first children should then pass their lemons to the second children in line using only their puppets.

5. Have the teams keep passing lemons until all the lemons have made it to the end of the line. The team who finishes first wins. If you have older children you can add a word of the Bible verse to each lemon. Mix up the lemons before you place them on the floor. The child at the end of the line has to place the lemons in order to spell out the verse.

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4. Love, Joy, or Peace?

Before class cut up apples, cherries, and lemons and place them in plastic containers such as film canisters, and punch holes in the lids. Make the containers look different so the children can tell them apart. For instance, you can wrap red tape around one. Review the three fruit of the Spirit that they have learned so far. Also use the apple, cherry, and lemon cards from the flash cards. Print out enough so each child will have one. Place them in the middle of the floor, picture side down. Place the canisters in different locations in your room and tell the children to smell them through the holes and decide which one they think is the apple, the cherry, and the lemon. (If you have a large class, make several of each type so it doesn't take too long.) Tell the children not to tell each other what they think is in the canisters. When all the children have had a chance to smell the containers, have the children stand in a circle around the cards on the floor. Tell your children to each pick up a card, look at it, and go stand by the canister they think matches the card in their hand. When everyone has picked a canister, tell them what is in it and ask them if they picked the correct one.

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Fruit of the Spirit Lesson 4 - Patience

Squirmy Worm learns that it is important to be patient if you want to be a good gardener. Your children will learn that God knows what is best for us and answers our prayers in his own time and in his own way. We must learn to wait and trust God to carry out his plans for our lives.

Complete lessons are available to members on The Resource Room.

 

Crafts

1. Make a Paper Bag Pineapples to be Used in a Review Activity

sunday school paper bag pineappple review activity and bible craftChildren stuff newspapers into lunch bags, add construction paper leaves and paint the bag to look like a pineapple. This craft is used to play a Bible verse review game.

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2. Make Pretty Pineapples to Decorate the Bulletin Board

sunday school pretty pineapples to decorated bulletin board bible craftCut pineapple shapes from yellow construction paper and leaves from green construction paper. Bring in all kinds of things that your children will enjoy using to decorate their pineapple shapes. You can use fun foam shapes, stickers, sequins, etc. You can make stamps using real potatoes. Cut the end off a potato and draw the shape you want on the cut end. Then cut away the potato around the shape. Dry off the end of the potato with a paper towel and then let your children dip the end onto an ink pad and then onto their pineapple shapes. (I cut out the diamond shape from a potato shown in the picture at the left.)

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3. Match the Hats Activity Sheet

Fruit of the Spirity Activity Sheet for Sunday School - Fruit of the Spirit Sunday School Lesson from www.daniellesplace.com In class give each child an activity sheet and four different hats. Have them color the sheets and glue the hats to the appropriate fruit. Point out the three different fruit of the Spirit that you studied so far and introduce them to the new fruit of the Spirit that you will be studying this week.

Ask your children to give examples of ways they can display each fruit of the Spirit in their lives.

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Activities

1. Pineapple Bible Verse Review Game

Before class prepare the pineapple bags in the opening activity if your children aren't going to make them. Make enough pineapples so that you have one for each word of the Bible verse. Write the Bible verse one word per card on index cards and place the cards underneath the paper bag pineapple. In class have your children take turns either trying to knock over the pineapple with a beanbag or throwing a hoop over the pineapples. When a child knocks over a pineapple or throws a hope over one, pick up the card that was under the pineapple and place it in front of the pineapple. Have all the children say the word or words on the cards that are visible. Do this each time a pineapple is knocked over. If you don't want to make the paper bag pineapples, you can use pictures of pineapples. Print out the pictures (A Pattern for this craft is available to members only. Click on the lesson link to go to The Resource Room for the complete lesson.) onto heavy card stock. If your paper isn't thick enough, glue two pieces together. Cut the pineapples apart. Fold the papers at the bottom on the dotted lines so that the folded end is in front of the pineapple picture and holds up the picture. Write a word of the Bible verse on the bottom folded end. When the pineapple picture is knocked over by a beanbag the word will pop up so that the children can read it.

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2. Serve Pineapple

Bring in a real pineapple that hasn't been cut. In class show your children the pineapple and ask them if they have ever seen the inside of a real pineapple. Explain to them that cutting up a pineapple takes patience but it is worth the wait. Cut off the top and a slice of the pineapple. Show them how you have to cut of the rough outside part and the hard inner part. Cut up the pineapple and place a piece on a plate next to each child. Tell them that they will have to be patient and wait until every child gets a piece. If a child isn't being patient point out to him that he needs to be patient. That means to wait without complaining or whining. When all the children have a piece pray and ask God to help your class to learn patience and then eat up.

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3. Make "Yummy Pineapple Salad"

Have your children help you make a delicious salad. You can search the web for yummy recipes.

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4. Patient Pineapple Snack Game

Pineapples can remind us to be patient. Cut out the pictures of the pineapples. (The pattern is available to members only.) The cards say, receive a snack, take another turn, or be patient. Place the cards in a bag and shake them up. Have your children each take a turn pulling a pineapple out of the bag. If a child picks the pineapple that says, "Receive a snack", he gets to go to the table and eat his snack. If it says, "Take another turn", he gets to pick another card out of the bag. If it says, "Be patient", he has to wait until his turn comes around before he can pick another card. Keep playing until all the children have had a snack. Remind your children during the game to be patient. (A pattern for this craft is available to members only. Click on the lesson link to go to The Resource Room for the complete lesson.)

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5. Play a Balloon Bible Verse Review Game

Before class prepare balloons to look like pineapples. Blow up yellow balloons and tape green streamers or crepe paper to the top for the leaves. Write one word of the Bible verse on each pineapple balloon. Make newspaper bats by rolling up three sheets of newspapers from corner to corner and tape in the center. Make two or three. Divide your children up into teams of two or three children. Give the first team the bats. Show your children the balloons and the words written on them. Go over the Bible verse. Write it on the board for younger children who cannot read. Throw the balloons into the center of the room and have the first team see how fast they can line up the balloons next to a wall in order to spell out the verse. They cannot use their hands or feet, just the newspaper bat.

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Fruit of the Spirit Lesson 5 - Gentleness

In this lesson Squirmy Worms learns about gentleness. He isn't careful with his tomato plant and it breaks. Children learn how Paul became a gentle person after he met Jesus on the Road to Damascus. A complete lesson can be found on The Resource Room.

 

Crafts

sunday school gentleness and love go hand in hand color sheet bible craft1. "Gentleness and Love Go Hand in Hand" Color Sheet

This color sheet has the following words:

Gentleness and Love go hand in hand.
Against hate and lies they take a stand.

They take care not to hurt.
They never push or pull someone's shirt.

They speak softly and don't yell
when things don't go so well.

They don't call mean names
or ever lay the blame.

They keep control when they are mad.
They look for the good and not the bad.

Yes, they go together, hand and hand,
Spreading hope across the land.
©2004 Carolyn Warvel

The color sheet comes with a picture of two children holding hands or you can use the poem without the picture and have your children use their handprints to make a picture to go along with the poem. Have your children dip each hand into different colors of paint and then press them on the paper. When the handprints are dry write the word "Love" on one handprint and "Gentleness" on the other. This pattern is available to members on The Resource Room.

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2. Tomato Balloons

sunday school veggie tale tomato balloons bible craftChild tape eyes, mouths pattern, noses and feet onto a balloon. (This craft will be used for an activity below.) (A pattern for this craft is available to members only. Click on the lesson link to go to The Resource Room for the complete lesson.)

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3. Taste Tomatoes

Bring in cut up pieces of tomatoes and let the children taste them. You may also want to bring in some sugar and let the children dip their piece of tomato in the sugar. Talk about tomatoes, how soft they are and how you have to be very gentle and careful handling tomatoes because they bruise easily. You can bring in some apples, pears and other firmer fruits and compare them to the tomatoes. The idea is to show the children that they have take more care when they are handling the tomatoes.

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4. Tomato Paper Weight Craft

sunday school tomato veggie tale paper weight bible craftWhat you will need: Round, and oblong smooth rocks that lay fairly flat on one side, and red and green paint

How to make:

1. Have your children paint the rock red with a green leaf at the top. When the paint is completely dry paint on the eyes, nose, mouth, and hair. If you don’t want to paint on the features, you can use the face features from the balloon project and just reduce the size.

5. Tomato Stress Balls

sunday school tomato stress balls bible craftWhat you will need: Heavy duty Use the strongest balloons you can find) red balloons, flour, a funnel, green fun foam, and a permanent marker.

How to make:
1. Cut tomato leaf shapes from green fun foam and punch a hole in the middle and write the Bible verse or the word "gentleness" on the leaf with a permanent marker.

2. Help your children fill up red balloons with flour using a funnel.

3. Stick the top of the balloon through the hole in the leaf. Tie the balloon. Let your children draw faces on the balloon with a permanent marker. Tell your children that when we are under stress we sometimes aren't as gentle as we should be. When things are going their way or they are very frustrated they can squeeze the balloons and ask God to help them not to loose control.

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Activities

1. Play a Bible Verse Review Game

sunday school bible verse review game bible craftThis game uses a die with the words from the Bible verse on it. There are two different patterns. One is for younger children with the words already on the worm The other pattern is for older children who know how to read and write (There are no words on the older children's patterns.) Your children will write the words in the appropriate space. In class go over the Bible verse. Write it on a sheet of paper or on the board to help younger children. Give each child one of the worm patterns. Children take turns throwing the die. Older children write in the word they rolled in the appropriate space on their worms. Younger child can just make a check in the appropriate space under that word. If a child rolls the same word twice, he doesn't do anything on his turn. Keep playing until one of the children have completed the whole verse or checked off all the words in the verse. (A pattern for this craft is available to members only. Click on the lesson link to go to The Resource Room for the complete lesson.)

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2. Gentle Relay Race

sunday school gentle relay race tomato balloons bible craftPlace your children into teams. Have a relay race between the teams. Each child places his tomato balloon down in front of himself on the floor and uses a newspaper bat to gently push the balloon across the floor. If the balloon falls over the child has to start again. Emphasize that they have to be gentle with the balloon or they will fall over.

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3. Hot Tomato

Play like "Hot Potato" except use a tomato. Tell the children that they will have to be gentle because tomatoes are a lot softer then potatoes.

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4. Gentle Balloon Toss

Have your children throw red water balloons (tomatoes) into a bucket or other object. Remind them that they have to be gentle with the balloons or they will break. If a child's balloon breaks, he has to say the Bible verse. After all the children have had a chance to throw their balloon, move the bucket farther away from the throw line. Keep playing until all the balloons have broken except one. The last child holding an unbroken balloon wins. Discuss times when it is hard to be gentle.

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5. Make Gentleness Soup

We added something the kids really enjoyed. One of our helpers dresses up as "Chef Jellybean" about once a month and we tie in some part of the lesson to his character. This week, he made "gentleness soup" with a pot, spoon, and some spices. He would pick up a spice and say something like this, "Ok boys and girls, this spice is called 'calling names'. Do I need to put this in my gentleness soup." Do this with several bad spices and be sure to put in some good ones too. The kids love it. Sent in by Mr. Ricky

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Fruit of the Spirit Lesson 6 - Goodness

Squirmy the worm uses the Fruit of the Spirit, goodness, when he shares his tomato with the class. Your children learn how Dorcas showed goodness and kindness to other.

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Crafts

1. Make a Shiny Picture

sunday school fruit of the spirit shiny picture bible craftChildren color the Bible verse picture and then add glitter glue to really make them shine.

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2. Make a Goodness Guy

sunday school goodness guy bible craftThis Goodness Guy helps children remember their Bible verse. His hands are reaching out to remind children that they can practice goodness by helping others.

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3. Sharing Great Gobs of Goodness Cookies

Before class prepare gob cookies and the filling. In class have your children find two cookies that are about the same size and shape. Show them how to spread the filling on the bottom of one cookie and then place the bottom of the other cookie on the filling to make a sandwich cookie. Then show them how to wrap Saran wrap around the cookies. Have them decorate a lunch bag and then place the cookies inside. Tell them that the cookies will help them learn goodness and kindness. They should think about someone, outside of the class, that they can give their cookies to. Suggest giving them to someone in the neighborhood or someone who is poor.

Save some for snack time. Serve with orange juice. Children will also enjoy making their orange juice. Bring in oranges and a juicer and let your children try to extract some juice from some oranges. Tell them that we used an orange to represent the fruit of the Spirit goodness because oranges taste so good.

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Great Gobs of Goodness Cookies

(Make these cookies to practice goodness. Give more of them away to others than you keep for yourself.)

1 cup Shortening
2 cups white sugar
2 eggs
1 1/2 cups milk
2/3 cup cocoa
4 cups sifted flour
2 tablespoons baking powder
2 tablespoons vanilla

Cream the shortening and then add the sugar, eggs, and vanilla; beat well. Add the dry ingredients and the milk alternately. Drop big gobs of dough onto greased cookie sheets. Bake at 350 degrees for 12 minutes. Cool.

Filling:

3/4 c. shortening
1 lb. powdered sugar
4 tablespoons milk
4 tablespoons flour
4 tablespoons vanilla

While you are waiting for the cookies to cool prepare the filling. Beat together all the ingredients until smooth. Match up the cookies by twos. Try to find cookies that are the same shape and size. Spread filling on the bottom of one cookie and place the other cookie on top of the filling so that the cookies are matched up bottom to bottom.

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Activities

1. Play Fruit of The Spirit Review Game

Fruit of the spirit Game www.daniellesplace.com(A pattern for this game is available to members only. Click on the lesson link to go to The Resource Room for the complete lesson.)

The object of the game is to be the first team or player to color in all the fruits on the fruit sheet by landing on the corresponding fruit and answering questions correctly.

To play: Players set their markers on the board on any fruit picture they would like. They take turns rolling a die and moving that many spaces. The player or team must then answer a review question. If he/she/they answer the question correctly, they get to color in the corresponding picture on their fruit sheet. If they don't answer correctly, the next player/players take their turn. If a play/players have already colored in a picture that corresponds to a picture on the board, they just try to answer the question. They do not get to color in another picture. The team or player that colors in all their fruit pictures first wins.

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Great Gobs of Goodness
Written by Carolyn Warvel
(Sing to the tune of "The Old Grey Mare")

Goodness gracious, great gobs of goodness,
growing inside of me,
gradually gaining ground,
Goodness gracious, great gobs of goodness
and I will share with you.
©2004 Carolyn Warvel

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Fruit of the Spirit Lesson 7 - Faithfulness

Squirmy the Worm learns that you have to be faithful when taking care of a plant. Children learn from the story of Daniel that when they are faithful in the little things, they will also be faithful in the bigger things.

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Faithful Dog Pringle's Can Craft for Kids www.daniellesplace.com1. Make a Faithful Dog

Dogs teach us faithfulness. We have to be faithful in feeding them everyday because they can't take care of themselves.

This craft can be used in several different ways:

1. You can write words on the bones which describe ways in which we can be faithful such as: pray, read the Bible, obey, don't lie, etc. Instruct your children that when they are faithful and do one of the things written on the bones, they can feed their faithful pup the bone.

2. You can also use the dog as a Bible verse review game. Print one word of the verse on each bone. Instruct your children to try and find the first word of the verse. If they find the correct word, they can feed the dog. Keep playing until all the bones are gone.

A Pattern for this craft is available to members of The Resouce Room.

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1. Bible Verse Review Game

Print one word of the verse on each bone. Instruct your children to try and find the first word of the verse. If they find the correct word, they can feed the dog. Keep playing until all the bones are gone. This craft is made using small Pringle's Potato chip cans with lids, white card stock, glue or tape, and crayons or colored pencils. (A Pattern for this craft is available to members only. Click on the lesson link to go to The Resource Room for the complete lesson.)

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2. Play Fruit of the Spirit Bingo

Before class write question pertaining the the Fruit of the Spirit lessons you have taught so far on pieces of paper. Fold them up and put them in a lunch bag. In class pass out out a Fruit-O card and some crayons to each child. Tell your children that you will be asking them questions about the Fruits of the Spirit that they have studied so far. When they answer a question, they should color in one of the fruits on their card that matches the answer to the question. Let your children take turns selecting pieces of paper from the paper bag. There are more than one of each fruit on the cards so they can pick which fruit they would like to color in. They can only color one fruit for each question though. The child who colors in four fruits in a row first wins. (A pattern for this craft is available to members only. Click on the lesson link to go to The Resource Room for the complete lesson.)

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3. Play "Catch the Spirit"

Fruit of the Spirit Toss Game www.daniellesplace.comYou will need a large, solid-color rubber ball, large balloon, or beach ball, at least a foot wide, for this game. I bought a big ball at Wal-Mart for $3.00. (Beach balls would work better because they are easier to store when you are finished.

Draw pictures of the fruits studied so far in the lessons (apples, cherries, lemons, pineapples, tomatoes, oranges, and pears) on the ball with a permanent marker. Draw lines around the fruit pictures to enclose them in different shapes and connect them to the other fruit pictures.

In class have your children stand in a circle. Start by rolling the ball to someone. When a child catches the ball tell him to look under his right thumb to see in which space his thumb is resting. He should then say what the fruit is and what fruit of the Spirit it represents. If you have older children you can just write the name of the fruit instead of drawing pictures. Or you can write Bible verse references to the Bible verses from this series of lessons and see if the children can remember the verses.

You can also have the children throw the ball to each other, bounce the ball once on the floor before catching it, etc. You can also play like musical chairs and have the children pass the ball until the music stops. The child holding the ball should check where his thumb is setting and give the fruit of the Spirit represent by that fruit.

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4. Make Some Soul Food Salad

What you will need:
Fruit such as peaches, apples, pears, and bananas
Raisins
Nuts
Miniature marshmallows
Cool whip

In class have your children help you cut of the fruit into small chunks with plastic knives and place in a bowl. Add raisins, nuts, and miniature marshmallows to taste. Stir everything together with cool whip.

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Fruit of the Spirit Lesson 8 - Meekness

Children learn what it means to be meek from the Pharisee and the Publican.

Complete lessons are available to members on The Resource Room.

 

Activities

sunday school grape activity bible craft1. Work on a Grape Activity Sheet

Children paint a grape Bible verse sheet with paint made from grape Kool-Aid.

(A pattern for this craft is available to members only. Click on the lesson link to go to The Resource Room for the complete lesson.)

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2. Make Edible Squirmy Worms

sunday school edible squirmy worms bible craftWhat you will need:

Green grapes for body, Carrot for antennas, and large toothpicks, cream cheese and marshmallow cream, and plates.

How to make:

1. Before class wash and dry the grapes and cut carrots into tiny slivers for the antennas. Mix the cream cheese with some marshmallow cream to taste.
2. In class give each child a plate and for or five grapes and a glob of the cream cheese mixture. Show your children how dip a grape in the cream cheese and stick it together with another grape. Tell them to stick all the grapes together to from Squirmy worm.
3. Poke two holes in the first grape where the antennas should go. Place to slivers of carrot in the holes to form antennas.
5. Place the larger grape head in front of the row of grapes.

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3. Bubble Wrap Grape Cluster with Bible Verse Activity Sheet

Bubble Wrap Grape Cluster www.daniellesplace.comWhat you will need:

Printer paper, purple paint, one-inch paint brush, small-bubbble bubble wrap, scissors, and colored pencils

What to do:

1. In class have your children draw a grape vine and leaf picture. (A pattern for this activity sheet is available to members on The Resource Room.)

2. Then have them cut bubble wrap into grape cluster shapes. If you have small children cut the bubble wrap before class.

3. Place some paint in a cup and show your children how to paint on the bubble side of the bubble wrap and then turn the bubble wrap over and press it on their paper.

4. When the paint is dry they can outline the grape cluster with a marker if they would like.

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4. Balloon Bible Verse Review Game

Before class blow up some purple or green balloons and write one word of the Bible verse on each balloon. (Use only the last part of the verse for younger children.) Cut a green leaf shape from felt or construction paper. Twist a long piece of brown bulletin board paper to make it look like a vine and hang it up in the corner of your room.

A couple of days before class cut off a branch from a tomato plant or other plant. One with a tiny tomato would work great. Bring in the tomato plant and the branch that was cut off. Show the children the branch that has been cut off. Point out that the branch that is cut off is wilted and the fruit is drying up. Open your Bible to John 15:5 and read the verse and explain that we are a lot like this branch. If we are not attached to the main stem (Jesus) we can't do anything. We need Jesus to help us.

Go over the verse several times. Take out the balloons with the Bible verse written on them to the children. Play some music and have the children hit them up into the air. When the music stops tell the children to hold onto a balloon. Write the first word of the verse on the board and ask the child to check their balloons to see if they have the balloon with that word. The child who has the balloon should give it to you. Tie a string on the balloon and keep playing until you have all the balloons. Tie all the balloons together so that they look like a grape vine cluster. Tie the leaf on top and tie the whole thing to the vine on the wall.

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5. Play "Pin the Grape to the Branch"

Cut out the leaves, game pieces and cluster. Also cut a strip of paper from brown construction paper for the vine. Glue the leaves, vine, and grape cluster together and display in front of your room at your children's level. Give each child a grape and a piece of tape. Blind fold them and see if they can stick their grape to the cluster of grapes on the wall. Remind them that without Jesus we can do nothing. (A pattern for this craft is available to members only. Click on the lesson link to go to The Resource Room for the complete lesson.)

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6. "Being Meek is not being Weak" - Activity Sheets

The following two activity sheets are available on The Resource Room.

On the first sheet older children write words on the grapes that describe things they are good at - things that God gave them the ability to do. Younger children make a grape cluster using their finger prints and purple paint.

The sheets say, "Being meek is not being weak. It is knowing that everything you can do God gave to you."

Fruit of the Spirit Activity Sheet Fruit of the Spirt Grape thumbprint activity sheet sunday school craft
"BeingMeek is not Being Weak"
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"Being Meek is not being Weak" Thumbprint Activity sheet

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Fruit of the Spirit Lesson 9 - Self-control/Temperance

Squirmy the Worm learns about self-control when he eats to many tomatoes and gets sick.

Complete lessons are available to members on The Resource Room.

 

Crafts

sunday school squirmy the worm self control bible craft1. Make a Fruit Cup

Your children will enjoy decorating this cup that has the Bible verse on the back.

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2. Make a Fruit of the Spirit Picture with Starburst Candy

sunday school fruit of the spirit picture with starburst candy bible craftChildren color a Bible verse picture and then glue Starburst candy on the picture gluing the matching flavor of candy next to the fruit.

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3. Make Edible Strawberries

Children dip whole strawberries into colored sugar. Go to Family Fun web site for directions. Or you can dip the strawberries in melted chocolate. As you work talk to your children about self-control when eating. It is okay to eat sweets, but we must have self-control and not eat too many. We must also eat the foods that are good for us before we eat the foods that aren't as nutritious.

If strawberries are out of season, you can try this recipe:

Strawberry Shaped Cookies Recipe

1/2 c. Eagle Brand sweetened condensed milk
1 pkg. dry strawberry Jell-O (minus 2 tbsp.)
1 1/2 c. Angel Flake coconut
Red food coloring

Mix all the ingredients together. Shape them to look like strawberries and then roll them in two tablespoons or Jell-O mixed with red sugar. Use green icing to make leaves.

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3. Play Dough Strawberries with Listening Ears

sunday school play dough strawberries with listening ears bible craftMake play dough like you would regular play dough except add strawberry Jell-O mix to make it smell like strawberries. In class have your children form their dough into a strawberry shape. Cut leaf shapes from green play dough that has been formed into a ball and then flattened. Cut out a star shape and then press down at the base of the star to make it look more like leaves. Have your children place the leaves on their strawberries. And show your children how to stick them in the strawberries. Tell them that their strawberries will remind them to listen more this week instead of talking so much. (A pattern for this craft is available to members only. Click on the lesson link to go to The Resource Room for the complete lesson.)

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Activities

1. Review the Bible Verse with Squirmy Worm

Fruit of the Spirit Bible Verse Review Game www.daniellesplace.comDraw a large strawberry shape on red poster board and cut it out. Write the Bible verse on the strawberry using large letters ("Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry" leaving out the words quick and slow. Cut wholes large enough for Squirmy's head to fit through where the words should be. Tell the children that Squirmy is going to help us learn the Bible verse. Ask Squirmy what he did with the strawberry. Squirmy should say, "What strawberry?" And you say, "Squirmy, you remember the strawberry with the Bible verse on it." Squirmy says, "Oh, that strawberry. I forgot about that. I'm afraid I didn't have much self-control with that either." Squirmy then brings out the strawberry.

Go over the Bible verse and have Squirmy pop his head out and say "slow" or "quick" in the appropriate place. Keep reviewing until the children remember the verse.

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2. Practice Listening

(Older children) Pass out a sheet of paper to each child. Tell them that they are going to practice being slow to speak and quick to listen. Tell them to do exactly like you say. They have to listen carefully because you aren't going to repeat yourself. It is very important that we learn to control our mouths and our ears, to know when we should speak and when we should listen. Today we are going to practice listening.

Make the directions match your children's age. The older the children the more directions you should give at one time. Have them draw a design on their paper as you explain what to draw. For example, you can say something like this.

1. Draw a big circle in the middle of your paper.
2. Draw a line though the circle from top to bottom, cutting the circle in half but don't make the line go outside the circle.
3. Draw three small circles on the left side of the big circle, one on top of the other, but not touching each other.
4. Draw three X's on the right side of the big circle, one on top of the other but they should not be touching. The bottom one should be bigger than the middle one and the middle one should be bigger than the top one.

When the children are all done have them compare their pictures. How well did they do listening to the directions?

3. Play a Bible Verse Review Game - This game is played like Duck, Duck, Goose except instead of the children saying "Duck, Duck, Goose, they say the Bible verse. The first child says one word of the verse each time he taps a child's head. When he comes to the last word of the verse, he runs around the circle while the child who was tapped last chases him around the circle to his space.

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Fruit of the Spirit Bible Game - Fruit of the Spirit Bible Lesson from www.daniellesplace.com3. Fruit Bowl Review Game

Divide your children up into two or more teams. Take turns asking the teams review questions from all the Fruit of the Spirit lessons. If team an answers a question correctly, place a fruit in that team's bowl. The team that gets all their fruit in the bowl first wins.

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Fruit of the Spirit Bible Game - Fruit of the Spirit Bible Review Game from www.daniellesplace.com4. Play Fruit of the Spirit Domino Review Game

Children play dominoes with fruit pictures to help them remember the Fruit of the Spirit. This game is available to members only.

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5. Make a Fruits of the Spirit Tree

Make a small tree (10" tall) out of small wood dowels 1/16" to 1/8" for branches & 1/4" to 1/2" for the trunk. The trunk needs to be drilled with 9 holes for the nine branches to fit in. The tree trunk is attached to a small wood base 3"x 3" x 1/4". The children can assemble the trunk, base, and branches (Vine and branches John 15 could be taught for this step). The tree can be painted and dry moss attached to the base. To finish cut out nine different fruit shapes from "shrink art" plastic and put a hole in each so they can be hung on the tree.  The kids can color and label each fruit (love, joy, peace, etc.) Let the kids shrink their creations in a portable toaster oven. It's fun to watch! When they are cool, hang the fruit on the tree with wire, string, or yarn. You may want to hit it with a little hot glue to secure. (To make this craft appropriate for young children or if you are nervous about using a toaster oven around the children, you can always use some other material to make the fruits such as poster board, or even just construction paper.)
This craft idea comes from Darin. Thanks, Darin for sharing your ideas

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6. Love

Print the scripture verse from Galatians 5:22-23 onto a white sheet of construction paper along with a seven piece puzzle in the shape of a heart. I also printed the seven piece puzzle onto colored construction paper with the love scripture from John 13:34 on it. I cut out the colored puzzle pieces and put them in zip-lock bags, to keep each puzzle separate. During class, the children got to choose what color puzzle they wanted to work. Using the puzzle printed on the white construction paper, they worked their puzzle and then glued the pieces down. The children really enjoyed working the puzzle and of course, gluing down the pieces. Theresa Bostick

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7. Patience

Hi! I teach the preschool Sunday school class at my church. We are learning about the Fruits of the Spirit. Our fruit this week was PATIENCE. I used the story of Hannah for my lesson, as she must have had a lot of patience to have continued to pray for so long for a baby.

For our craft, we made a "Patience Necklace". I purchased large wooden beads and made a necklace charm, out of construction paper, with the word "patience" printed on it. During class, the children got to pick their string color and the color of necklace charm they wanted. I gave them all the same amount of beads, and as they worked to string them, we talked about how they were using the Fruit of the Spirit, patience to string the beads and make their necklaces. Some of them had to use more patience than the others, but I think they all understood my point. Theresa Bostick

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Fruit of the Spirit Ideas from Readers:

My daughters were having a hard time (as we all do sometimes) exercising the Fruit of the Spirit. I printed off some fruit pictures and printed a Fruit of the Spirit on each one of the fruit. I then found a basket picture in a clipart program of mine and attached a small magnet to the back of it and to each of the fruit pieces and stuck it on my refrigerator. As my children exemplified a certain fruit during the day, I told them they could go to the refrigerator and place that fruit in their basket (They each had their name printed on their basket.) The goal was to see who could fill up their basket during the day. It worked very well ! Kerrie Wade

Make a Fruit of the Spirit Lapbook to go along with these lessons - 1+1+1=1 Blog has a picture and directions on how she made a lapbook using the printouts from these lessons.

 

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“Fruit of the Spirit” Lesson for Older Children - Children learn about how the Holy Spirit helps us to become more like Jesus. They learn that as we grow in Christ the Holy Spirit helps us to produce fruit that is pleasing and glorifies God.

“Life Prints” - Children learn that they can be identified by their unique fingerprints and that they can also be identified as a Christian by their “"life prints"” or the things they do.

 

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