How Popcorn Pops! A Thanksgiving Science Experiment – Christian Article

This Thanksgiving science experiment requires making popcorn the old-fashioned way – either with a popcorn popper or on the church stove with a pot and a glass lid! It is worthwhile to hunt down a popcorn popper if you don’t have one, as kids love to see how corn turns from a hard kernel into a fluffy and tasty morsel. It can demonstrate how a little bit of thankfulness can spread and bubble over to the people around us! Materials…

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Dark Cupcakes In The Light – Christian Article

We’re talking about being lights in the dark in this New Year! Keeping the room dark, put out a plate of chocolate cupcakes, you can barely see them! Put a glass filled with a glow-stick bouquet and ice water in the middle, and it lights up the snack… like we light up a dark world! The snack will also give you a chance to discuss the scripture Materials Extra glow sticks Glass Chocolate cupcakes Serving plate…

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Cookie Stack Challenge – Christianity Cove – Christian Article

No matter the outcome of this game, kids will definitely have fun making cookie stacks on each other’s faces. As they race to stack, they will realize just how similar they all are and by the end of the game, kids will learn how important it is to treat others equally despite any differences they think they see about each other. Materials Two to four packs of cookies depending on class size Objective Stack the most cookies on…

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