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Week 6


The Parable of the two builders


Watch the video about the wise builder who built his house on rock and the foolish builder who chose to build his house on the sand.  What is the message Jesus was trying to give?

Complete the Cryptogram activity to reveal the message through the gospel of Matthew.

Week 5


Watch the video link below

Jesus Feeds the 5000


Complete the anagram activity.

You could also make a bread and tuna lunch to perhaps share with your family.

Week 4


Watch the video clip of Jesus heals the blind man

Cut out the mask.

Place a number of different objects inside a bag or a sock or get someone to do that for you.  Put on your mask and try to identify the objects just by feeling.



Week 3


Jesus calms the storm


Have you ever had a problem you couldn’t fix? What do you do? Like the disciples, we are all afraid sometimes. In this story they learned to trust God to help them even when it seemed impossible.


Look through the PowerPoint and complete as many of the activities as you would like to.

Week 2

The parable of the two sons


Watch the video which tells the story of the parable which teaches us about being faithful in our service to God and to others

Complete the two activities. 


Term 6 week 1

The parable of the Ten Lepers


Go through the parable PowerPoint and try to complete as many of the suggested activities as possible.

  • Make a thank you card to God. Fully thank him for one blessing and what it means to you.
  • Make a mural (a painting or other artwork usually displayed on a wall but you could make a banner) of blessings.



True or False

  1. God wants us to thank him once a year in November.  
  2. Some days may go by without anything to thank God for. 
  3. God appreciates our praise even when he already knows we're thankful. 
  4. There is more than one way to thank God.   
  5. God is the giver of every good and perfect gift. 


Memory Work:

1 Thess. 5:16-18 "Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you."
Psalm 138:1 "I give you thanks, O Lord, with my whole heart; before the gods I sing your praise."
Linguistic questions
  1. Name four blessings that start with the letter T.
  2. Unscramble this word:          frunatelug
  3. Recite the memory verse.
  Activity questions
  1. Draw a blessing for which you are thankful.
  2. Put together a puzzle made from the picture of the leper.
  3. Turn to the person next to you and thank them for something.
  Emotion questions
  1. How can we cheer ourselves up when we are disappointed, discouraged, or upset? 
  2. How do you feel when you do something nice for someone and are not thanked?
  3. How must God feel when we are not appreciate of his gifts?
  4. What kind of relationship does God want with us?
Application questions
  1. Can we be obedient without being thankful? (2 Cor. 9:7)
  2. Read Romans 1:28-31. Can we be pleasing to God without being thankful?
  3. Read Phil 4:6. Thankfulness can bring us _____________.
Fact questions
  1. How many lepers returned to thank Jesus?
  2. Was the thankful leper a Jew?
  3. What did the other lepers do that was right?
Review questions
  1. Who else can we show our gratefulness to?
  2. Name three reasons why the healed lepers would be grateful. 
  3. Are ungrateful people happy? How can we be happy?

The parable of the Wise man and the Foolish man


Watch the clip of the parable by clicking on the link below or copying and pasting it into your browser 


Build two houses out of Lego bricks or similar. 

  • In a container, make a pile of rocks and a pile of sand. 
  • Set a Lego house on each. 
  • Pour water on both foundations and observe the difference.


Take a photo and write a sentence explaining what you think Jesus was trying to tell us



The parable of the Good Samaritan


Watch the clip of the parable by clicking on the link below or copying and pasting it into your browser. 


The story encourages us to think about what a good friend really is.  Write a letter to a friend telling them why you consider them as a friend.  You may want to include the qualities they have, for example, they are a good listener, they do things for you without expecting anything in return.  Perhaps you can think of an occasion when you needed a friend and they helped you.

The Parable of the Prodigal Son


Watch the clip of the parable by clicking on the link below or copying into your browser:


  • Discuss the meaning of the parable with a grown up
  • Divide a page into two; one side is the father, the other side is the lost son
  • Under each name, draw a vertical line so that you now have two columns for each person
  • Label one side 'Agree' and the other 'Disagree' for each character so that you can now write a list of why you think each person's actions were right or wrong.  For example, would you put in your 'Agree' column that the father was right to give the younger son his money to go and enjoy himself and leave the older brother to work tirelessly?

The Parable of the mustard seed


Watch the clip of the parable by clicking on the link below or copying it into your browser: 


  • If you have them or can get out to buy some, glue mustard seeds, or any other seeds you may have in the cupboard if you need to improvise, on some paper or card to make a bookmark.  Write the scripture verse Matthew 13:31 on it "He told them another parable: “The kingdom of heaven is like a mustard seed, which a man took and planted in his field." 

  • Colour and decorate your bookmark and cover it with clear sticky backed paper if you can.


  • God’s word is like a tiny seed planted. His Word is "planted" in our hearts and minds and grows when you think and understand and learn about Him. You can "plant" more seeds when you share His Love with others.


  • You could also place a mustard seed in a small pot or jar filled with dirt. Place in your kitchen window or other place where it will get sunshine. Water the plant from time to time to remind you of this parable.



Copy the following link into your browser and watch the clip on YouTube.  It is the story of the parable of the Lost Sheep 


Create a newspaper report.  Remind yourself of the features we used when we wrote about 'Flood'; direct speech, reported speech, the 5 w's, picture, caption, columns.  Write about the events that led up to, during and after the sheep went missing.  What did the shepherd say about it? Did the local officials set about looking for the sheep? What was the reaction when the sheep was found at last?

You can create this as one sheet or a tabloid newspaper style.


On our  school website, read the statement about the Lost Sheep to remind yourself about how the parable  is so important to us as a school.