Summer At Home Resources

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Hi All,

We at Kids Corner want to congratulate you and your family on surviving and successfully completing the school year. At Kids Corner, we pray that you are doing okay during this summer of challenges. Across North America, restrictions and closures have altered some of the usual family summer routines. 

Going forward, we recognize the need for families to have safe, fun, and entertaining resources at home, so we’ve created the “I’m At-Home List” and the “I’m At Home This Summer List.” Both share fun and faith-forming activities with minimal set-up or parent perspiration! Try to do something from each category each day. 

During their “no-screen time”, your children can relax outside and listen to KC’s Liz and Friends story podcast. With over 260 different stories, your children can dive into Liz’s fun adventures. Each episode is 25 minutes in length. It’s immersive faith formation learning and creative theater of the mind. 

Listen to these fun stories:

  • Summer Blues Everything is going wrong for Liz this summer, and he can’t figure out how to fix his summer blues.

  • Wilderness Club On a camping trip, Liz and the gang must learn to work together to survive in the wilderness and to rescue a friend!

  • Lights Out! Terrene’s power has gone out. When the kids complain that there’s nothing to do, Granny sends them on an adventure to Falcon’s Wood. What’s Scooter worried about? And Liz better watch where he’s going!

  • Sinful Saturday One sin leads to another, and adventures quickly turn to nightmares. As always, little sins grow.

The Kids Corner Activity Page is loaded with crafts, activity books, coloring pages, puzzles, songs, and ebooks. All free to download. 

Whether you have kids at home or want to provide free resources to your church community, we think that you’ll find something useful at kidscorner.net

In Christ,

Ron VandenBurg
Sr. Producer of Children's Ministry

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