I Can’t Jar


Help kids learn that with God we can overcome problems and fears
with the help of this Bible activity.

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I Can’t Jar

I have an “I can’t” jar in my classroom. When kids say they
can’t do something, we write down the problem and pray about it
together. When the problem or obstacle is overcome, we put the slip
of paper in the jar as a visual reminder of what God helped them
accomplish. The jar reminds kids that God helps us overcome our
problems and fears.

Tammy Greene
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

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