that help build their muscles while they have fun together
Band Aid Team Relay
Materials Needed: LOTS of band-aids!
The class is a team (no need for competitive teams in preschool--let's work on having them work together!); a baby doll
The children go, one at a time across the room to the doll. They open one band aid, put it on the doll and come back to their friends.
The next child goes and does the same.
Encourage the children to cheer on their friend who is helping the hurt doll!
SUGGESTION: Take the outside papers off in advance so that the only part the children have to take off are the 2 pieces that peel. Tearing and ripping the outer paper of a band-aid is a bit too much for preschoolers to handle!
Here are some service projects related to this Bible theme:
1. Collect items for a local shelter.
Call the shelter to find out what they are in need of. Focus on one item to collect. For example, our local shelter runs out of toilet paper often. If every preschool family donates a four pack of toilet paper, wow! What a difference that would make!
2. Collect items for backpacks to donate to children in need.
3. Collect hats, mittens and gently used coats to donate to local schools or shelters in need.
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