Father’s Day is a really special time, to celebrate our fathers, and show them our appreciation of how they’ve helped us throughout our lives. Your students will enjoy any one of these themed Father’s Day Sunday School lessons, which will help them to relate their earthly fathers to our Father in heaven.
Exodus 20:3-17—This Father’s Day Sunday School lesson, written by site owner Rev. Stephen Wilson, helps the children to understand the 5th Commandment, ‘Honor your father and mother.’ The main purpose of this Father’s Day Sunday School lesson is to teach the children why God wants us to follow our parents’ rules.
Acts 11:22-24—In this Father’s Day Sunday School lesson, students are encouraged to examine the different male role models in their lives, ideally their fathers. Posted on the Children’s Ministry Magazine website, this lesson is geared toward children ages 6 through 9.
Posted by Children’s Ministry Magazine, this is a Father’s Day Sunday School lesson that involves a few different ideas for field trips. Including ideas for group camping trips, and minor league baseball games, this Father’s Day Sunday School lesson is geared toward children aged 10-12, and is meant to provide outdoor bonding with their fathers, or another close male role model.
Children’s Ministry Magazine posted this Father’s Day Sunday School lesson, which includes several fun ideas for how your students can show their appreciation to their fathers. Some of the possible activities that your class could take part in include taking their fathers out for brunch, with money your class has earned through fundraising, or wrapping candy bars with handkerchiefs to make a nice gift for their Dads. Originally geared to students aged 6-9, this Father’s Day Sunday School lesson will suit your students, no matter the age.
Another great idea by Children’s Ministry Magazine, this Father’s Day Sunday School lesson is an artistic one. Your students, ideally aged 6-9, will make homemade cards for Father’s Day.