- Soap base
- Lavender oil
- Food coloring
- Lavender buds (dried)
- Gas cooker
- Silicone Forms
- Wooden spoon or whisk
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.
Building an improvised bivouac completely without talking to each other is a real challenge.
But the results are impressive.
Here's a simple recipe for deep-frying stinging nettles on a fire
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.
Make fun pencil ornaments with pipe cleaners
On various topics, costume contests can be made with the children. The disguises are made from everyday materials such as newspaper and tape.
Possible themes: Kings (e.g., on the story of David, Solomon).
A great way to act out Bible stories or other stories in a devotional is with Playmobil.
In this article I give you some tips and ideas.
A Raben-Vertüferli from a clothespin.
Fitting e.g. to the story of Elijah and the ravens or to the main message: God cares for you.
Or to the Bible verse 1 Peter 5:7
The Vertüüferli is used as a magnetic note holder.
A little craft to a devotion with the possible topics:
- Psalm 50:50 or Psalm 4:4
- "God hears you"
- "You can always talk to God"
A great little bag for devotions on a wide variety of topics.
You can also attach a hidden message that appears when you open the clothespin.
A Vertüüferli to your devotion, for example, on the topics of "salvation" or "Jesus saves"
A sweet Zvieri for over the fire
Here's how to make marshmallows yourself
Here you can find out how you can use cotton pads and wax to make fire starters with the children
Here's how to make an edible crocodile from a cucumber.
The cucumber crocodile goes with, for example:
-A jungle program / party
-To the story of Joseph in Egypt (Nile crocodile)
Make an edible snake out of a sandwich.
The snake is suitable, for example, for:
-A jungle program / festival
-An animal / creation program
-The story of the brazen serpent
Make fruit skewers coated with chocolate
Make a heart-shaped pillow with fur fabric
The pillow fits e.g. to the topics: love (God loves you), friendship (e.g. to the story of David and Jonathan)
Make a cake in the shape of a treasure chest.
The cake goes with, for example: a treasure hunt program, a seafaring camp, a pirate program, the story of the treasure in the field, to the main idea "You are valuable to God"
Make a heart-shaped card holder out of wire. The card holder fits e.g. love (God loves you), friendship (e.g. story of David and Jonathan) or is suitable as a present for Mother's Day.
practical tips and specials
Location: in the forest
Duration: 1 to 1.5 hours
From salt dough you can make great tablets of the law. First, they look very real and second, Moses can break them in his anger. (Unfortunately, ours were broken before a photo was taken...)
Later, Moses had to write down the laws himself. You might as well make some as vertüferli with the Jungschärlern.
A diddly bow was originally an activity for farm kids. It was usually some stick, broomstick or the like, to which a tin can was attached and then a wire was stretched. By plucking it, you could play notes and by placing a bottle neck on the string, you could adjust the pitch.
65 Themes for Teen or Youth Evenings
Program for 1/2 Year Teen Youth Group
Exciting quarterly program for Ameisli with four originals from the Bible featuring:
- Cooking- Physical activity- Crafts- Devotions
Quarter program for antli with:
Cooking, devotion, crafts and games
and ... Surprise parents and siblings!
The giant dinosaur from the ice
A wellness evening, for example, to relax after a two-day hike at summer camp.
Embellish flower pots simply creative.
Cool custom t-shirt dyeing with the youngsters!
Craft/build something completely different for once!
A custom stool, very private one for each teen
Why is there a need for something as old-fashioned and traditional as a uniform in the Jungschar?
This is a fair question. If you look into the question a bit, you will find many reasons to have a uniform in a Jungschar group. This article shows how a Jungschar uniform can become a can't-miss element in Jungschar.
We make cards with sand pictures / cast pictures
while contemplating Bible stories
We make a pentagon lamp with a tea light
and have a devotion afterwards
- The maze is a toy to fill dead time
- or for a group competition
- and a useful craft
... is fun to make
and fun to play with
An outdoor game for 20 - 500 people, takes about 2-5 hours
Mikado game with "big" sticks
For anniversary and inauguration celebrations, it's good to have sponsorship competitions.
End of Year Celebration - Teen Club End of Year Party
To welcome the new teens to the teen club we have a party!
- Competitive game conducted as a feast to get to know each other
- and as a conclusion there is a feast!
Poured gel candles are easy to make and look soooo great!
Theatre for 9 girls