Webster Gardens at Home with Kids

Resources to Support Parents During the Coronavirus Crisis 

Not sure how to talk with your kids about what’s going on? Stuck Inside? Want some ideas of things to do together, or YouTube videos that are about more than new ways to make slime? Below are a few links to resources that families can use. Check back here for more ways for families and kids to spend time during this season. 

- Talking with Kids about the Coronavirus

Palm Branch Download!

Print this palm branch to prepare for Palm Sunday worship on April 5! Print and get out your green crayons/markers to color (or import into your favorite app ProCreate/Illustrator to color and print.) During the online service, there are times to wave the branches as we shout “Hosanna!”
Don’t have a printer? Swing by the church, there are some in the “Deliveries” tub near the bench by the front doors.

Download Your Palm Branch Here!

KINGDOM QUEST:

Bubba, Gordy, Albie and your leaders miss getting together! Check out the “stay-at-home” video series to stay connected to our Bible lessons and friends!:

Pre-School/Kindergarten          Grades 1-4

- 100 Things to do without screens

- Using a screen? Here are some great resources to watch together:

  • Crossroad Kids’ Club: animated accounts from the Bible for the whole family!
  • The Bible Project: Want to know more about the Books and themes of the Bible? These videos are great for older students and families

- Story Time with Sally Lloyd-Jones: Reading books and doing activities together live on Instagram with the author of the Jesus Storybook Bible. This blog post also offers some other up-to-date suggestions and resources on spending time at home.