Classroom Activity: All Dressed Up

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Use Colossians 3:23-24 to talk about how God
values the work that we do. This children’s ministry activity is a
fun addition to your Labor Day celebration.

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For Labor Day, have each child in your class bring or wear
something to show what either parent’s occupation is. For example,
a homemaker could send her child with a cookbook, a construction
worker could send a hard hat, and an accountant could send a
calculator.

One at a time, have children show their objects and explain what
their parents do. After everyone has had a turn, pray and thank God
for his faithful provision through the children’s parents’ jobs.
Ask God to help children’s parents serve him well in their
jobs.

Linda Minor
Fulton, Kansas

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