It can be difficult to maintain motivation and interest in your students Sunday school activities and classes. To keep students engaged long-term, try reserving some days for entertainment only. Teachers will always tell you that everyone enjoys a surprise and a change from the regular routine and Sunday school is no exception!
Sunday School Activities & Tips for Teachers : Reserve Some Days for Entertainment Only
No student wants to learn all the time, so throwing in a few unannounced “fun” days can make students want to come back, just to see if it’s a relaxing day.
Let students listen to Christian music or watch Christian videos, including full-length G or PG rated movies. They should, of course, have a message of some sort. Discuss the film or the show with the class afterward and see what they learned. Before putting it on, you can ask them to keep track of the people who treat others with kindness and those who are mean, or you can ask them to look for the moral in the movie. That way, the kids will be having fun but learning at the same time.
But shhh! Don’t let them know they’re learning!
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