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November 2018 - Monthly Elementary Parent Cue

  NOVEMBER

           2018

WEEK 1


EXODUS 25:8-9; 28:1, 3;
31:1-11; 35:21, 25, 34; 39:42-43

Building the Tabernacle

SAY THIS: God want us
to work together. 

WEEK 2


EXODUS 17:8-13
Joshua Wins the Battle
Over Amalekites


SAY THIS: Work together to
help someone succeed.

WEEK 3


LUKE 5:17-26
Jesus Heals the
Paralytic / Four Friends


SAY THIS: Work together to
help someone in need.

WEEK 4


1 CORINTHIANS 12:12-27
One Body but Many Parts

SAY THIS: Work together to
point others to Jesus.

REMEMBER THIS:

"Two people are better than one.
They can help each other in everything they do."
Ecclesiastes 4:9, NIrV

LIFE APP:  
COOPERATION – Working together to do more than you can do alone
DO THIS:

 MORNING TIME


Leave a note in your child's room saying, "God wants us to work together to do more. What can we do together as a family to help each other? Think about it and let's talk at dinner!"

 MEAL TIME


Q & A for kids: If you could be a part of a famous sports team, TV show cast, or band, which would you pick?
Q & A for parents: Be honest: when it came to group projects at school, were you the group member who did most of the work, or who let someone else carry the load?

 DRIVE TIME


Play a game of "I Spy" in the car. The goal is to spy people working together while on your drive. Think about construction workers, drive-thru workers, ambulance workers. Remind your child that God wants us to work together.

 BED TIME


Read Luke 5:17-26. Share about the needs you see in your family, school, neighborhood, or even something you’ve heard about on the other side of the world. Is there one thing that makes you sad and moves you to want to do something? Talk about things your family could do together to meet that need. Pray for that situation and then choose a time for your family to work together to help meet that person’s need.


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