This month’s Colorific theme is going to help us teach preschoolers that God keeps His promises. We’ve all experienced a broken promise or two and our preschoolers won’t have to wait long to experience one too. We want them to grow up knowing that God always keeps His promises. No matter how long we have to wait, God will come through.
Colors are a huge part of a preschooler’s world, and as we explore the colors of the rainbow, we will teach preschoolers that God loves them, and that He always keeps His promises. This is such an important part of the foundation we want to build for preschoolers as they grow to believe that God made them, God loves them, and Jesus wants to be their friend forever.
The Welcome Center and Hallway
If there was ever a time to invest in colorful, plastic tablecloths, it is now! Make waves of color across the ceiling. Tie them into bows to put above the doorways. Make a huge rainbow from them on a main hallway wall.
Make crayon wreaths to hang on the doors. Add paper chains of color around door frames. Hang colorful lanters from the ceiling. Encourage Small Group Leaders to wear colorful boas.
Cover your welcome center tables with colorful tablecloths. Add some boxes of crayons for a splash of color. Use different colored pens this month to make it fun!
Visit the September 2018 Colorific board on Pinterest for more ideas on decorating your environments!
This is the place to bring out all the fun colors. You could use huge, plastic crayons or cut shapes of colors out of bulletin board paper. Stack silver paint buckets with drapes of colored fabric or plastic coming out of each one. Or, make a huge rainbow from butcher paper to fill your back wall.
The fonts used in First Look curriculum are: Avenir and Archer Pro
The font used in this month’s theme is: Londrina Solid
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