This year we made a camp where an artifact has to be found. This was with us the golden Hörnli.
The camp is thematically based on Uncharted/Indiana Jones/Tomb Raider and thus had counterparts who were dressed in a mercenary outfit.
A devotional concept for a semester with 9 afternoons.
It deals with 9 important stations / miracles / experiences from the life of Jesus.
Unknown Prophets of the Bible - What a challenge! How cool if the young people know Amos, Nahum, Micah, Habakkuk or an incident about them. With this motivation, we set out to learn about the unknown person
A book summary of the book "The Smuggler of God" by Brother Andrew.
The whole text has been summarized and individual sections that are particularly important have been highlighted.
Semester program on the story of Brother Andrew / the history of Open Doors and an insight into Christian persecution/Bible smuggling in the former Eastern Bloc. Based on the book "Smugglers of God." Devotional concepts included.
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.
We did a Viking camp in 2020 where the kids were divided into 4 groups and they did something different every day
Wax seals add a beautiful detail to Jungscharname baptismal certificates, letters and scrolls that impress. The engraving can be related to the camp, semester, or even afternoon theme, or can be generally appropriate to the Jungschar.
The materials are 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. Seven stories from the life of Paul were chosen to match the travel adventure of Asterix and Obelix.
After we have experienced a cool Sola with Asterix & Obelix, we do not want to withhold our planning documents from you and hope to be able to provide you with tools and ideas for an exciting Sola.
If you have any questions or uncertainties, please do not hesitate to contact us at Jungschar Uzwil.
This is a sample invitation that you can modify and use for your own EPA afternoon of detective-related experiences.
A book summary of the book "Robin Hood" by Howard Pyle.
Each of the 15 chapters is briefly summarized in key words.
The summary can be a help e.g. to develop the storyline for a Robin Hood SoLa.
Fancy a weekly game among the kids at camp?
Why is there suddenly a chair wrapped in toilet paper in the dining hall? Zorro and his sidekick have been up to their shenanigans all week without getting caught. Who saw him? Is there any suspicion?
The Zorro week game has already proven itself many times in our Jungschi and the kids are always very happy to participate. At the beginning of the camp, each child receives a lottery ticket. Among many citizens there is also a Zorro (in large groups possibly two Zorros). This one gets various tasks, which he has to do unnoticed with the help of his helper sometime during this camp week.
Citizens are naturally vigilant and can report their suspicions to the game master or to the suspicion list. However, to avoid simply guessing, the suspicion must be substantiated and a false suspicion may result in a small penalty.
Do the citizens manage to blow the whistle on Zorro and/or his sidekick, or does Zorro manage to perform all his duties unnoticed?
Ideas for a varied experience program for the Exodus from Egypt.
How do children believe at different ages?
Children also have basic emotional needs
Developmental Psychology - Psychology and Bible
In a group, people take different roles according to their character.
Why do we tell?
It is important to us to awaken and develop the children's ability to experience.
Why? The word of God in the head and heart is a preserving power
Currents and Influences on Teens Today
... and how do we counter the currents and influences?
Quarter program for antli with:
Cooking, devotion, crafts and games
and ... Surprise parents and siblings!
A wellness evening, for example, to relax after a two-day hike at summer camp.
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.
It is said to happen to the ablest of tea-circle workers that they occasionally struggle to put together a game night or use games well-placed.
Here shall Abhillfe come!
An outdoor game for 20 - 500 people, takes about 2-5 hours
A camp on the theme of the monk / Luther which was carried out by the Jungschar Ebnat-Kappel so.
Why not play with unfamiliar play equipment for once?
Scrabble is a well-known parlour game that can also be expanded with several variants, give it a try!
Always think of bad weather when making camp preparations!
For anniversary and inauguration celebrations, it's good to have sponsorship competitions.
For once something completely different is an Olympiad that is performed blindfolded - a totally new experience!
An afternoon of Jungschar in public - mingling with the public
Guaranteed to be an absolute HIT!
Have you ever baked a BIBLE CUP? Give it a try!
You never have enough games, so: here are more games!!
A fun camp evening wants to be well prepared. That's why here are some games.
Common Problems in the Jungschar
Educational Miscellaneous - How Jesus Trained His "Crew" to Be Evangelists
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!
Suspenseful competition and devotion on the theme of Psalms.
Competition for 3 groups of teenagers with picture puzzles, pantomime, collages.
Here you can find some of the many ideas that were exhibited at the BESJ Teamweekend 17 in Huttwil. We wish you a lot of fun trying them out.
P.S.: At the moment, the list is constantly being expanded, so it's worth checking back later...
Here you will find program and devotional ideas for 9 afternoons. From the coach to the finish, when we are on the road with Jesus as a team
Kids who are "just being disruptive" in our Jungschar:
Why do they just have to be in our youth group?
How can we achieve a really good interaction in the team?
What should be the nature of a camp leader?
Leading by example - You are always in the children's field of vision. You shape them unknowingly or consciously! etc. etc.