October 29, 2017

October 28-29 Preschoolers will have fun praising God, just like David did by singing and dancing.

David Praises God  2 Samuel 6:5,14′ Psalm 149:1-5

On this last weekend of the month the prechoolers will learn how David praised God after He helped him. David danced and played music to show thanks to God for all His help.  The Bible story teaches us to  praise God because He helps us. Be sure to remind your preschooler that God loves them and is always there to help them. Celebrate this truth by having a dance party together at home. Have fun!

This Month’s Memory Verse

“We have (both thumbs turned into chest) the Lord our God (make L with right hand and touch from shoulder to hip) to help us (wrap both arms around self in hug). 2 Chronicles 32:8 (open hand like a book)

Parents, Please click HERE for a fun video to use as another tool to help your preschooler remember this month’s memory verse.

4-5’s year olds will have an opportunity to say the memory verse this weekend-Oct. 28-29. A small token reward is offered. Have fun practicing together one more time.

Parent Cue:

Please take some time to check out this month’s new extended activities. We’re here to partner with you and offer suggestions to extend the Bible lesson throughout the week. Please click below to take advantage of the additional activities and articles that will enhance your preschooler’s spiritual growth!


Click below for the direct link to the Ada Bible Church playlist or to purchase the songs your kids are singing! In October, we are singing: Do Big Things, Yes Jesus Loves Me, Woo Hoo, Help Me.


A gadget is a specific tool which coincides with the Bible lessons, bottom lines, or memory verse each month.  These gadgets are given to aide in the preschooler’s retention of the Bible lessons from church to home.  Click below to read more about October Gadget!


Cold & Flu season is upon us!  Please click HERE to see our sickness policy.  Thank you for your cooperation with this!

Time Change: Daylight Savings is November 5th!  Don’t forget to change your clocks as we fall back