Featured Folder: “I Say Thank-You”


Saying thank you is one of the first manners a young child is taught. A young child is very dependent, so people constantly do things for him and give things to him. And they try to train him to appreciate their efforts by having him say thank you. Teach young children that God wants us to say thank you to others and to God.

Theme Scripture: “Give thanks to the Lord” I Chronicles 16:8 (ICB)

Unit Goals: By the end of this unit, the child should
– Know that God wants him to say thank-you.
– Want to say thank-you to God and others.
– Say thank-you when someone has done something for him.

Bible Stories:
-The Ten Lepers (Luke 17:11-19)
-David Thanks God(I Chronicles 16:1-12)
-King Jehoshaphat (2 Chronicles 20:1-30)
-Daniel Thanks God (Daniel 2)

Art Activities:
-Thank-You Flowers
-A Thank-You Box
-Finger People
-Thank-You Notes

Science Activities:
-How Can You Carry It?
-A Cover of Skin
-Knock It Down
-Help Me Up

-Raisin-Orange Cookies
-Buddy Mix
-Thank-You Muffins
-Fruity English Muffins

Music & Movement:
-Thank You, God
-The Singers Go Marching
-Ten Sick Men
-We Will Thank Each Other

-The Farmer Says Thank-You
-Thank-You, Teacher
-Thank-You Toss

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