By Joye Smith on February 06, 2017
As we sat together to share reading from a preschool book, I read the words aloud and the kindergartner interjected when we came to a word he knew. Kindergartners are beginning to learn the fundamentals of reading and writing. Throughout the year, these skills will increase. Mission Friends teachers can encourage kindergartners to use these skills in learning about missions. Separate session plans are provided for kindergarten within Mission Friends Leader in order to use their increasing skills. Know where your kindergartners are as they learn to read and write, and choose activities in which they can use these newfound skills. Following is a list of general ideas for learning about missions through these skills.
Write out the Bible thoughts so kindergartners can see the printed words.
Make charts with kindergartners about the missions area, such as Alike and Different.
Print signs for structures kindergartners build in the Blocks area.