Designed to empower students from Kindergarten through fifth grade to make wise decisions – that is, to equip them to know and do what is right.
In Proverbs 30, Agur talks describes four things from nature as “small, but extremely wise”: ants, rock badgers, locusts, and spiders. If ants display wisdom in being prepared, rock badgers in looking out for each other, locusts in sticking together, and spiders in skill, our students can be wise, too. Paul echoes this sentiment in his advice to Timothy: “Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity” (1 Timothy 4:12 NIV).
All materials are in PDF format and free for use. For more resources, please visit the Small, But Wise Pinterest Board or feel free to contact me at email@example.com.
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- LESSON ONE: SMALL, BUT SEEKING GOD
- LESSON TWO: SMALL, BUT FEARING GOD
- LESSON THREE: SMALL, BUT TRUSTING AND FOLLOWING GOD
- LESSON FOUR: SMALL, BUT BRINGING GOD JOY
- LESSON ONE: SMALL, BUT JUST
- LESSON TWO: SMALL, BUT LISTENING
- LESSON THREE: SMALL, BUT SPEAKING CAREFULLY
- LESSON FOUR: SMALL, BUT PATIENT
- LESSON ONE: SMALL, BUT PREPARED
- LESSON TWO: SMALL, BUT LOOKING OUT FOR EACH OTHER
- LESSON THREE: SMALL, BUT STICKING TOGETHER
- LESSON FOUR: SMALL, BUT DILIGENT