Published on May 15th, 2018
Teachers and Parents: Churches have used the Kids of Courage VBS curriculum in unique ways and settings. Read some of their ideas below.
Children’s Coordinator, Kentucky: I coordinate the church’s children’s curriculum. The group ranges in age from 5 to 9. I mapped out five months of lessons [from the VBS curriculum], and we are studying a different country each month. They learn to pray for the country, learn a memory verse, and do the stories and activities. Our young ones are being exposed to the information, and hopefully their parents are being reminded about it as well.
Alabama Children’s Worker: We used the Kids of Courage VBS curriculum for mission week. We set up three classrooms with three different countries. The children learned about the country and did activities from the curriculum. We even set up a “secret church” for China that the children had to climb through a tunnel to get to. It was so much fun, and I believe the children learned a lot.
Tennessee Children’s Worker: I was looking for a children’s program to offer at our church and happened upon your VBS curriculum. I soon realized I had not only enough information to get the kids through the spring semester but also through the fall semester as well…. We divided the year up into 5 units with a different country to focus on for each unit…. We love how your VBS program was adaptable to our needs and how wonderfully it is opening up the worldview of our kids so much that we are planning on doing a year two…. Thank you for making KOC affordable and full of depth.”
(The Kids of Courage VBS website has more information, samples of the curriculum, and feedback from VBS directors.)