Our online holiday club plan, “Stories of Justice,” can be downloaded below.
There are five days’ worth of plans, including:
- An opening story and wondering questions. There are two options for videos for each story – one shorter and one longer. Text versions of the stories are also available for families who don’t have internet.
- Response activities. Families can do as few or as many of these as they like, on their own time. They include something to MAKE, things to TALK about, a physical activity or charitable action to DO, and a PRAYER activity.
- Plans for a closing Zoom session. While families without internet can still dial in to this session, they would miss out on the visual aspects of this. It’s suggested therefore that families without internet take advantage of recent guidelines that allow two houses to meet up with social distancing, so they can share the Zoom session with another family.
Many of the activities suggest using “whatever you have around the house” for the MAKE activity, eg, the contents of your recycling bin, things you can find in the garden or the park, etc. However, you may also need to make sure families have access to the following materials:
- Paper and pens
- Candle and lighter (or LED candle)
- Plastic eggs that can be opened up (available online, including from Baker Ross)
- Blu Tak
- Kitchen roll
- A large bowl
- Sand or shredded paper
- May also be helpful if families don’t have them: Lego or Playmobil figures, toilet and kitchen roll tubes, coloured card, shoeboxes, fabric in various colours.
Bags of these materials can be dropped off at the beginning of the week.
Download the plans here: Stories of Justice
The supplementary material – text versions of the stories, and some images used for the Zoom session on Day 4 – can be downloaded here: Stories of Justice – supplementary material