Doodle Devotions WK 3

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Today’s Post is WEEK 3 of Doodle Devotions! I started out with the goal of posting each week on the Friday before the week to follow, so that parents had a chance to look over the material ahead of time. I also thought some may decide to solely use the material to supplement Sunday Worship. I haven’t heard from anyone (except my SWEET friend Josie!!) about how your family is using the lessons…so, I didn’t rush the content this week!

I’d LOVE to hear from you if you are using the material, and would like to improve what I’m doing by listening to your suggestions!

Below is the video lesson for the week produced by the amazing CROSSROADS KIDS CLUB. There is SOOOO many FANTASTIC resources here, I HIGHLY RECOMMEND that you check them out!

Click on the image for the pdf file then click on the TITLE to PRINT

The story of the Fall and all it’s implications can be a difficult lesson for young children to understand. If you choose to read the story to your kids ages 2-10, I would suggest doing so using a Young Readers Story Bible for Children.

When discussing this topic with young children, it is good to focus on the truth that God created the world and everything in it. He gave everything a special place in His world and a special job to do. He made us for LOVE.

We are created to live in peace with God, & with each other. Because of our selfishness and pride all those relationships are damaged and broken. Like Adam and Eve, we all believe lies. We choose our way instead of God’s way, and we end up running away from the God who made us and loves us. We fight with one another and blame each other for our own bad choices. Children can see the effects of sin and find examples of all these areas of brokenness in their own experience. This week it is important to talk about our need to ask for forgiveness… for going our way instead of God’s way. It is also important to give our children the good news of Jesus, and that we can trust Jesus to set things right in our own hearts and restore our relationship with God, with others, with creation.

Below is a Coloring Page

Click on the image for the pdf file then click on the TITLE to PRINT
Click on the image for the pdf file then click on the TITLE to PRINT
Click on the image for the pdf file then click on the TITLE to PRINT

Below are the daily scripture study guides for 5 days

This week’s activity pages are below. I will try to add a few more soon!

This week’s Craft is Below.

Use Painter’s Tape to make a cross on a blank sheet of paper.

Make sure the tape is secure around all the edges. Kids can now color the whole page with markers, paints, or crayons.

When they are finished, and the color is dry; Peel off the tape!

Help your kids think through the decisions they are making this week. If they make a “bad decision” talk about how this relates to the choices Adam and Eve made, and discuss how they can STOP to talk to God before EVERY decision they make. (Remind them of Proverbs 3:5 each day) This will develop GREAT habits and help them to know that every choice they make is important and leads to consequences. Good or bad! God loves us so much, that He promises to help us with every step we take!


Proverbs 3:5-6 (ICB)

Trust the Lord with all your heart.
    Don’t depend on your own understanding.
Remember the Lord in everything you do.
    And he will give you success.

I’d love to hear from YOU!

Much love,

4 thoughts on “Doodle Devotions WK 3

  1. Omg, my sister Christina Siriwardena just sent this to me. I have 3 kids, ages 5,9,10. I was just thinking about how I could add devotions to their lessons since they are now being homeschooled because of the corona virus. This is a blessing in disguise. They all love to drake. Thx for doing this!!

    1. Oh Aletha! It’s so nice to “meet” you! I adore your sister…ya’ll have such a BEAUTIFUL family! Thanks for taking the time to comment! It’s so good to know that there are families out there that can use the materials I am providing! Bless you Dear Sister! I have such a heart for women who “Train up their children in the way they should go; even when they are old he will not depart from it.” Please let me know it there is something I can add that would help you and your family! Much love to you!

  2. sue, wanted to let you know i made the little journals, and they were soooo fun! one thing, you didn’t put it in your notes, and i didn’t notice until i was done…the little detail on the corners when you fold the cover…mine are straight and yours look so much nicer…i wish i could show you a pic…

    1. Hi Sheryl! Which little journal did you do? The single page, one where you glue the signatures together, or the one that has the “watermelon cut out?” You can send me a pic here riversuefood@gmail.com. I’d love to understand this and correct it! I’m so sorry if I left something out! Xo

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