who despises a vile man but honors those who fear the Lord, who keeps his oath even when it hurts,
who lends his money without usury and does not accept a bribe against the innocent.
He who does these things will never be shaken.
2. Resurrection Rolls
(Here is a recipie that again, would re-enforce the good news story)
(These two ideas came from Clubhouse)
3. Play pin the tail on the Donkey.
Read the story about Jesus entering Jerusalem on a donkey. Let the kids play pin the tail on the donkey.
4. Read "And the Angels Were Silent"
This book by Max Lucado, allows you to observe (perhaps) how the the final week of Jesus was, and how it was planned from the beginning.
5. Jelly Bean Poem
Check out this link to a neat poem/story using jelly bean colors. You could make a give-a-way project with these.
Here are some songs to sing (these are the only ones I can think of off the top of my head....)
(Takeout Training for Teachers by Keith Johnson)
My most exciting deals were the string cheese: free at Target after coupon, and the tomato sauce: free at Luekens after coupon. The celery, marshmallows, cool whip, and Ravioli were all 88 cents... I had been watching for ravoili to try a new recipie someday. The chicken was in the reduced meat section and the canteloupe was a great deal too. Normally we get bananas for the week, but this week we will eat oranges! The Pizza Rolls were a splurge...at 25 cents I thought I'd have them on hand. :) Juice was on sale for 99 cents which is pretty good for us, so I stocked up on that and then got powdered milk, which is expensive, but was on sale for $13 and I had been putting it off for a long time! So, after adding it all up, I spent about $70......$35 for two weeks. (I got milk and eggs too which are not in the picture). It was so much fun! I was all chatty and bubbly when Mathew got home to show him all our "deals!"