Mission Friends Curriculum and Supplements

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Preschool curriculum materials to help you have the best Mission Friends class ever!

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Mission Friends Leader
In each issue, you’ll find session plans and weekly activities in interest areas such as music, art, blocks, nature, and homeliving. For Mission Friends teachers, quarterly, $21.99 per year.

See a sample session.

Mission Friends at Home
One subscription provides take-home leaflets for ten preschoolers and their parents each month. For Babies, Ones, and Twos has a reproducible on the inside back cover. 
$25.99 per year

First Steps in Missions, vol. 20
Coordinates with the 2014–15 curriculum in Mission Friends Leader, to give in-depth missions area information, bulletin board ideas, and enlistment ideas, along with additional activities.

W148101 • $14.99

See a sample chapter.

Picture Set Resource Kit RKPS

Mission Friends Leader 
Picture Set
At least four missionary and missions area pictures per unit; quarterly,
$39.99 per year

Mission Friends Leader Kit
Activities to  supplement each unit in Mission Friends Leader such as games, puzzles, stand-up figures, and pictures;
quarterly, $39.99 per year

Mission Friends Resource Kit and Pictures
Receive both
the kit and pictures
at the same time
in one envelope; quarterly, $74.99 per year
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Preschool Team Blog
1.31.15

A few years ago as our art activity, the preschoolers made stained-glass windows by placing colored tissue paper between clear sticky paper. Most of my preschoolers have never seen stained-glass windows because my church does not have stained-glass in our windows. We still did the art activity as a way of talking with our preschoolers about churches, and the differences and similarities in churches.

During February, we will focus on the Christian concept area of church as we talk about the missions work of Don and Diane Combs in Sochi, Russia. Because the churches they start are house churches, their churches probably do not have stained-glass windows either. This month we have the opportunity to instill in preschoolers that the church is not the building, but a church is made up of people who love Jesus.

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