Here are 240 fun and thought-provoking activities that enhance our Bible Study for tweens called Weave Your Word in Me.

Three activities for each lesson (a,b,c) provide a stimulating assortment. So after your child completes a lesson, use the corresponding numbered activities (1 or more) to further enrich his understanding and application of what he’s just studied. You’ll both be glad you did!

Enjoy God forever!

Susan Case Bonner


Free Outline — Lesson Titles for Teachers


51a — Shout Out the Decalogue (Music)

A Jewish Song Explaining the Decalogue — Enjoy this Jewish musical explanation of the Decalogue (also known as the Ten Commandments) written by Naomi Less and Glenn Grossman. According to the songwriters, the Decalogue is the ultimate list of do’s and don’ts. “If everyone actually listened to what the Ten Commandments are saying, there would be […]

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51b — Shabbat Traditions

Shabbat Candles, Blessings, and Songs — Shabbat is the Hebrew word for Sabbath. According to Exodus 20:8-11, it occurs on the final day of the week when Jewish families come together to rest and rejoice after six days of work. It begins on Friday when the sun goes down and ends on Saturday when 3 […]

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51c — Observing the Sabbath (Exodus 20:8-11)

How Christians Observe the Sabbath — The Sabbath is a gift from God to all people as a day of rest after the work and worries of the normal week. It is a pause — a time for people to rejoice in their completed work, to remember the example of their Creator, and to refuel […]

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52a — Honor Your Parents (Exodus 20:12)

Honor Your Father and Your Mother — Valuing and showing respect to those who are in authority over us is one of the most important skills a person can learn. That is why God includes a promise of well being in this commandment. When we obey his command to honor our parents, it is like […]

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52b — Family Affection

Honor Your Parents Using Family Affection — Be reminded of the power of family affection as you watch this thought provoking short film called “What is that?” directed by Constantin Pilavios. My Prayer Dearest Father, Please help me show affection and patience to my parents as a thank you for all the affection and patience […]

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52c — The Perfect 10 Song

Memorize the Perfect 10! Take the time to memorize the Perfect 10 — commandments that is. This fun children’s song by Rudy Micelli reminds us that the special list known as the 10 Commandments was handed down by God himself. It is not a list to be treated lightly, because God took the time to […]

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53a — Do Not Murder (Exodus 20:13)

Understanding the Command to Not Murder — Does God ever allow human beings to take another life without being guilty of murder? Listen as Dennis Prager explains the difference between killing and murder and what the Old Testament Scriptures teach about this subject. My Prayer Dearest Father, Please watch over me and those I love. […]

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53b — Overcoming Hatred

What is the Solution to Hatred? — In Matthew 5:21-22, Jesus teaches that outward sins like murder are caused by inward sins that we allow to fester — like hatred and anger. Feel the tension of the many, many reasons children give for holding onto hatred or anger in their hearts. Then feel the release […]

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53c — Ten Commandments Review

A Ten Commandments Review Quiz — We’re halfway through, so let’s take a little Ten Commandments Review Quiz. Number each of the descriptions below using numbers 1-10. Since there are only nine clues, one description will need two numbers. Afterward, check the answer key below the prayer to see if you are correct — both […]

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54a — Great Is Thy Faithfulness

Admiring God’s Faithfulness — A fascinating feature of the Ten Commandments is that they reveal the nature and character of God. In other words, they show us what he is like. One of the traits they reveal is that God is 100% loyal in his relationships. As a result, he expects those who love him […]

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Animated Explanation of the Covenants

54b — What God Means by Covenant

Understanding a Covenant Relationship — A covenant is a permanent promise between 2 persons that creates a partnership for accomplishing a common goal. Marriage is an example of this type of relationship. In a marriage covenant, a man and woman promise to be exclusively and permanently faithful to one another in order to create and […]

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54c — Marriage Covenant Puzzle

What Is the Key to a Lasting Marriage Covenant? — Each of the words in this double puzzle has something to do with the sacred partnership called a marriage covenant. Unscramble the words to reveal what the Bible says is the key to a lasting marriage. Instructions: Unscramble each of the clue words. Copy the […]

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55a — Do Not Steal (Exodus 20:15)

Do Not Steal Deals With All the Other Commandments Too — Listen as Dennis Prager explains how “if everyone observed only one of the Ten Commandments, observing the commandment do not steal would all by itself make a beautiful world” and fulfill the other commandments. My Prayer Dearest Father, Give me good boundaries and help […]

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55b — Defining Stealing and Why Kids Do It

Looking More Closely at Stealing — Watch this Cine Kids video about stealing and then take the quiz below to see what you remember.   My Prayer Dearest Father, You don’t steal from anyone and you don’t want me to steal either. If I have been guilty of any kind of stealing — even borrowing […]

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55c — Plagiarism Is Stealing

Understanding Plagiarism — Most of the time we associate stealing with objects, but one of the most common forms of stealing deals with words and ideas. It is called plagiarism. The following two videos by Robert Rodman and Wendy Foreman will help you better understand plagiarism and how to avoid it. My Prayer Dearest Father, […]

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56a — Do Not Give False Testimony

Am I Guilty of Giving False Testimony? — In the Ten Commandments, God tells us that we are not to give false testimony against our neighbor. Most people immediately think this means we are to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth in a court of law.   This is accurate […]

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56b — An Amazing Lesson in Honesty

Honesty Is the Best Policy — Watch this amazing story of a family who lived what they believed by telling the truth no matter the outcome. (Remember that lying is saying whatever will get a desired result — even if it is not true.) My Prayer Dearest Father, Thank you for the outstanding example of […]

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Old Testament Law The Bible Project

56c — Purpose of the Old Testament Law

Why Did God Give the Old Testament Law? — As we near the finish of our study of the Ten Commandments, it is fitting to ask, “What is the purpose of the Old Testament Law?” In other words, are the Ten Commandments God’s most important teaching? — or are the Ten Commandments just a part […]

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57a — Do Not Covet (Exodus 20:17)

What Does it Mean to Covet? — In the Ten Commandments, God reinforces his command to not steal by also commanding us not to covet. Coveting is what happens in people’s hearts before stealing. It is an overwhelming selfish desire to own something that belongs to another — something that is not for sale. Watch […]

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57b — Defeating the Green Eyed Monster

Invasion of the Green Eyed Monster — Jealousy is also known as the Green Eyed Monster. Why? . . . because jealousy or envy is an extreme passion that overtakes all of us at times like a raging monster. It is a mixture of fear and anger laced with urgency that consumes our every thought. […]

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A Cappella Kids As The Deer

57c — Covet the Right Things

Are Strong Desires Always Bad? God wants us to have strong desires, but our desires must be for the right things — things that: 1) don’t belong to others, and 2) don’t replace our loyalty and love for God. King David described how he coveted an authentic face-to-face relationship with God in Psalm 42. This […]

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Two Sons

58a — Parable of the Two Sons

Which One of the Two Sons Obeyed? Listen to this retelling of Jesus’ parable about the two sons from Matthew 21:28-32 — illustrated by Nick Butterworth and narrated by Joe Bartrop. Explain why Jesus praised the son who said “no.” My Prayer Dearest Father, May I do as you ask even if at first I […]

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Lazy Bee

58b — Procrastination

What is Procrastination? People procrastinate when they purposely put off doing things they don’t want to do — things like chores, homework, or bedtime. Kids who procrastinate try to convince themselves and others that they are just waiting until later to do a task, when most often “later” never comes. So how can a person […]

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58c — Don’t Be a Lazy Bones

Obedience Is Good for Your Bones — Did you know that your bones need to be up and active during your teen years if you want to be strong and healthy for a lifetime? A recent study conducted by the University of British Columbia in Canada confirms this long-held belief — that weight bearing activity […]

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59a — Be a Doer (Music Video)

God Wants Me to Be a Doer of His Word — Here is a great song based on James 1:22-24 by Chris Juby. He is the worship leader at Christ Church in Durham, England. The song is about not forgetting to be a doer of God’s Word. Enjoy! My Prayer Dearest Father, I want to […]

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59b — Mirror Trivia

What Is a Mirror? A mirror is a piece of glass with a metal backing that clearly reflects images. A mirror helps us see things that are otherwise impossible or difficult to see. The Word of God is like a mirror in that it reflects God’s perfect character making it possible for us to see […]

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59c — Using Box Letters to Memorize Scripture

Box Letters Are a Fun Way to Remember to Do God’s Word — Jesus taught that both hearing and doing are important skills if we want to be blessed by God. In Luke 11:28 he said, “Blessed are those who hear the word of God and obey it.” (NIV) Watch this video by Susan Wright […]

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60a — I Remember Saying Grace

The Lovely Privilege of Saying Grace — Is it important to pause before eating and give thanks to God? My response is a definite, “Yes!” Why? Because saying a short public prayer of thanks before meals is a simple way of acknowledging our dependence on God.  It is a daily way of pausing and giving […]

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60b — God Provides for Us Through Seeds

Seeds are Miniature Miracles — Watch this video by Sci Show Kids about the amazing built-in ability seeds have been given by God to become plants. They are truly miniature miracles — giving us the ability through gardening to join God in providing food for our daily needs. This animated video is so easy to […]

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60c — Who Was Johnny Appleseed?

Johnny Appleseed Was a Missionary — When missionaries travel overseas, they often discover that along with spreading God’s Word, they also need to attend to their people’s physical needs by building wells, starting schools, and teaching agriculture. That is how it was for Jonathan Chapman back in the early 1800’s. He passionately reached out to […]

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Customer Feedback

Hello Susan,

My son is so looking forward to digging in to Weave Your Word in Me (it looks like we won’t be waiting until the fall to start it).

Blessings and thank you again for providing a wonderful product and equally as wonderful service.

-Melissa in Yorba Linda, California



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