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Data:

  • Age group 7 to 14
  • At least 2 supervisors

  • 20-30 min

This season, we will look at the story of William Tyndale, who translated the Bible from Hebrew into English. Through this story, we will be able to show children the importance of the Word and that we should be thankful to have it in a language that is accessible to us. We will experience different things that are part of the story.

Data:

  • Age group 7 to 14
  • In a room with a table
  • 1-2 leaders
  • Up to 25 min.

Data:

  • Age group 7 to 14
  • Park
  • 2-3 leaders

This season, we will look at the story of William Tyndale, who translated the Bible from Hebrew into English. Through this story, we will be able to show children the importance of the Word and that we should be thankful to have it in a language that is accessible to us. We will experience different things that are part of the story.

Data:

  • Age group 7 to 14
  • From the city

  • At least 3 leaders
  • Up to 1 hour

Materials:

  • Soap base

  • Lavender oil
  • Lavender buds (dried)

  • Gas cooker

  • Casserole

  • Knife

  • Silicone Forms
  • Wooden spoon or whisk

This season, we will look at the story of William Tyndale, who translated the Bible from Hebrew into English. Through this story, we will be able to show children the importance of the Word and that we should be thankful to have it in a language that is accessible to us. We will experience different things that are part of the story.

  • Age group 7 to 14 years

  • In park, forest
  • 1-2 head
  • The game goes on for as long as you decide

Data:

  • Age group 7 to 14
  • In park, forest
  • 2-3 leaders
  • About an hour can go into the game

This season, we will look at the story of William Tyndale, who translated the Bible from Hebrew into English. Through this story, we will be able to show children the importance of the Word and that we should be thankful to have it in a language that is accessible to us. We will experience different things that are part of the story.

This season, we will look at the story of William Tyndale, who translated the Bible from Hebrew into English. Through this story we will be able to show the children the importance of the Word and that we should be thankful to have it in a language that is accessible to us. You will experience different things that are part of the story.

  • Age group 7 to 14 years

  • In a park

  • Up to 5 supervisorsUp to 1 hour

Data:

  • Age group 7 to 14
  • A suitable location that is early and clean
  • 1-2 leaders
  • Up to 25 min.

This program is based on the book "The Queen's Smuggler" by Dave and Neta Jackson. It tells the life of a girl named Sarah who wants to help William Tyndale- he translates the Bible into English. Over the course of 12 gatherings, we will look at the story and go through some of the things Sarah and her family have experienced.

We have conducted a pirate camp in the Cevi in 2022. Led by the pirate legend Anne Bonny, who with us restored a ship and then went on a treasure hunt.

In a PowerPoint presentation, the wonderful story of God's love through His Son Jesus Christ, can be followed.

The classic game Cards against Humanity with its black humor is available in all possible variants. Now also in the Jungschar variant and something more suitable for children.

Silent time / devotional booklet on the camp theme Noah.
It has a devotional for each camp day for in the small group, one for the older (about 5th grade up) and one for the younger (kindergarten and up) including leader booklet.

We did a Viking camp in 2020 where the kids were divided into 4 groups and they did something different every day

Short instructions for setting up a carousel in pioneering work.

A devotional concept for a semester of 8 devotions.

It deals with various parables from the Bible, which may not yet be known by all children.

Wax seals add a beautiful detail to boys' name baptismal certificates, letters and scrolls that impress. The engraving can be related to the camp, semester or even afternoon theme, or can be generally suitable for the Jungschar.

Quite simply, azimuth is the angular deviation between the north direction and a sought direction in the specified/required unit usually ° (degrees).

The material is intended for a leisure or camp of six to eight days. As a frame story, the children accompany Asterix and Obelix in their challenge to repair the cup of Majestix. Matching the travel adventure of Asterix and Obelix seven stories from the life of Paul were chosen.

The residents of Quark tried to sneak across the heavily guarded border and recapture the money that was stolen during the many years from the bank in Quark. The inhabitants of Quark try the same thing at the bank of Quark.

Play about the people of Israel in the Sinai desert and the golden calf.

terrain games with color / many colored dots

There are about 3 to 5 posts (depending on the number of leaders). Each post has several numbers, for the different numbers the players have to solve different tasks. The posts are distributed in and around the house. The tickets (1x, 2x, 3x) are filled out by the leader at the post.

It is about the story of Joseph in Genesis 41

Elisha no longer has his servant Gehazi. Therefore, we help him with the work. This includes collecting the wool in the forest. Suddenly a rabbit comes hobbling over and claims that the wool belongs to him. We think this is unfair and propose to divide the wool in a game.

4 varied posts for Ameisli.

  • Water for Ahab
  • Raven as food supplier
  • Boredom at the brook Krit
  • Shelter for Elijah

Each post relates to the story of Elijah at the brook crit.

Best done in the woods.

    4 items on the topic of "feet" (e.g. suitable for the semester program "body parts")

    • Water transport with socks
    • Transporting stones on feet
    • Riding a pedalo
    • Shoe salad

    Children can score points at each post. In the end, one group wins.

    Suitable for Ameisli.

     

    Building an improvised bivouac completely without talking to each other is a real challenge.

    But the results are impressive.

    Sweet and very tasty snack!

    Action-packed game in three phases that caters to the different needs of antlers and young sharers and is perfect for an introduction to the story of Noah!

    The well-known "sink ships" as an active game for indoors or outdoors.

    Who can keep the balloon in the air the longest?

     

     

    A game where the head of the snake wants to grab the tail

    The classic rope pull, with various possible modifications

     

    Pick your haymaker to the finish

    Hit the "buck" with your rock and don't get caught

     

    Here's a simple recipe for deep-frying stinging nettles on a fire

     

     

    This quarter game is a great fun for both Jungschärler and Ameisli. You can play it outside in the quarter of the church or in case of emergency also inside. 

    Soapstone carving is a craft that excites both girls and boys. Whether at summer camp or as a youth group afternoon, soapstone always goes and promotes the creativity of the children. 

    A game of tag that was developed in a BESJ leadership course. Fits thematically to biblical stories where people are in prison (e.g. Peter, Paul)

    Viking Olympics

    In the document below you will find a fun and entertaining sports block - a real Viking Olympics.
    Have fun trying it out and customizing it:) 
     

    An entertaining village game in which the young scouts are sent to Jericho to solve tricky puzzles and gather important information about the city and its inhabitants.