North Scottsdale United Methodist Church
When: 3:30-5:30 p.m.Thursdayafternoons
Where: On NSUMC campus,field trip locations,Ms. Janet’s house
How: By using the concreteworld around us   to understand the spiritwithin us. We use natureand simple games andprops to e...
We too often love things and usepeople when we should be usingthings and loving people
Who: Volunteers wantingto share their giftswith   others
Why:Because it takesmore than a familyto raise a child- ittakes a….
It takes a church to nurtureand provide positive, fulfillingactivities that ignite passionand joy and fills the student’sa...
How:To produce alastingMemory ofchildhood anemotional responseis involved.
One of the greatest emotionalneeds is to feel appreciated.Students opinions andparticipation are valued andrespected. As v...
Why:The only real giftsGod gives us is timeand place.When, how,where, why and whowe spend the“present” reflects ourcontent...
Ready to put this philosophy        To the test!
Set: When you see the newaction letter say it out loud!
GO!
Asking and answering questions
Angel walking down the hall
Admiring Domino at the HO                    Down
Anticipating the performance
Altering eyes
Arriving Fire Truck
Anticipating what is in the box
Biking Emily at the Bike Safety Fair
Biking Jerome
Biking Ava
Building Planets
Building possibilities inside and outside the                                         box
Biking Kate on first real bike ride
C
Clowning around as leprechauns
Creating stain glass effects with Barb
Clapping pumpkin
Collecting coins
Contemplating life in the prayer garden
Cooking pizza with Ms. Susan
Covering journals with duck tape
Creating sets for Christmas play
Creating marshmallow mayhem
Creating land for their planet
Cycling the process of paper                     making
Dancing
Dancing faster
Dancing on bubble wray
Dancing “achy breaky heart”
Decorating hats
Designing hats for the ho down
Displaying ho down hats with fresh roses
Drawing characters in play
Displaying Dick Gayle’’s antique phone         collection during the art show
Dancing the bubble rap
Dramatizing “Oh my!”
Downing spaghetti
Designing play programs
Drawing Abby and Ava’s skeleton
Drawing with chalk
Driving a fire engine without a licence
Drying homemade paper
Eating snack on the playground
Finalizing still life pictures for art                                show
Fitting the entire class in to the               cab of a fire truck
Flying bats
Flying kites
Flying whip cream at Susan’s birthday party
Flipping spinning tops
Focusing on the instructions
Freezing pumpkins
Fixing herb salad cups and fresh flower cups
Flying witches
Focusing on you
G
Going green
Growing flowers
H
Handling Betsy Bunny
Hanging out with Misty
I
J
Journaling about Easter
K
L
Listening and Praying
Looking silly
M
Making an Emily snowman
Making a sweet masterpiece
Making paper
N
0
P
Painting with Ms. Waverly
Parading in the Oh Down
Q
R
Reading books
S
Studying scripts
T
Twirling Hats
U
V
Visiting Cowboys
W
Walking for Emma in the Hope walk
Y
Z
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  1. 1. North Scottsdale United Methodist Church
  2. 2. When: 3:30-5:30 p.m.Thursdayafternoons
  3. 3. Where: On NSUMC campus,field trip locations,Ms. Janet’s house
  4. 4. How: By using the concreteworld around us to understand the spiritwithin us. We use natureand simple games andprops to express and learn
  5. 5. We too often love things and usepeople when we should be usingthings and loving people
  6. 6. Who: Volunteers wantingto share their giftswith others
  7. 7. Why:Because it takesmore than a familyto raise a child- ittakes a….
  8. 8. It takes a church to nurtureand provide positive, fulfillingactivities that ignite passionand joy and fills the student’sand volunteer’s hearts withpraise To our Creator.
  9. 9. How:To produce alastingMemory ofchildhood anemotional responseis involved.
  10. 10. One of the greatest emotionalneeds is to feel appreciated.Students opinions andparticipation are valued andrespected. As volunteers, ourhearts lead.
  11. 11. Why:The only real giftsGod gives us is timeand place.When, how,where, why and whowe spend the“present” reflects ourcontentment and trueheart.
  12. 12. Ready to put this philosophy To the test!
  13. 13. Set: When you see the newaction letter say it out loud!
  14. 14. GO!
  15. 15. Asking and answering questions
  16. 16. Angel walking down the hall
  17. 17. Admiring Domino at the HO Down
  18. 18. Anticipating the performance
  19. 19. Altering eyes
  20. 20. Arriving Fire Truck
  21. 21. Anticipating what is in the box
  22. 22. Biking Emily at the Bike Safety Fair
  23. 23. Biking Jerome
  24. 24. Biking Ava
  25. 25. Building Planets
  26. 26. Building possibilities inside and outside the box
  27. 27. Biking Kate on first real bike ride
  28. 28. C
  29. 29. Clowning around as leprechauns
  30. 30. Creating stain glass effects with Barb
  31. 31. Clapping pumpkin
  32. 32. Collecting coins
  33. 33. Contemplating life in the prayer garden
  34. 34. Cooking pizza with Ms. Susan
  35. 35. Covering journals with duck tape
  36. 36. Creating sets for Christmas play
  37. 37. Creating marshmallow mayhem
  38. 38. Creating land for their planet
  39. 39. Cycling the process of paper making
  40. 40. Dancing
  41. 41. Dancing faster
  42. 42. Dancing on bubble wray
  43. 43. Dancing “achy breaky heart”
  44. 44. Decorating hats
  45. 45. Designing hats for the ho down
  46. 46. Displaying ho down hats with fresh roses
  47. 47. Drawing characters in play
  48. 48. Displaying Dick Gayle’’s antique phone collection during the art show
  49. 49. Dancing the bubble rap
  50. 50. Dramatizing “Oh my!”
  51. 51. Downing spaghetti
  52. 52. Designing play programs
  53. 53. Drawing Abby and Ava’s skeleton
  54. 54. Drawing with chalk
  55. 55. Driving a fire engine without a licence
  56. 56. Drying homemade paper
  57. 57. Eating snack on the playground
  58. 58. Finalizing still life pictures for art show
  59. 59. Fitting the entire class in to the cab of a fire truck
  60. 60. Flying bats
  61. 61. Flying kites
  62. 62. Flying whip cream at Susan’s birthday party
  63. 63. Flipping spinning tops
  64. 64. Focusing on the instructions
  65. 65. Freezing pumpkins
  66. 66. Fixing herb salad cups and fresh flower cups
  67. 67. Flying witches
  68. 68. Focusing on you
  69. 69. G
  70. 70. Going green
  71. 71. Growing flowers
  72. 72. H
  73. 73. Handling Betsy Bunny
  74. 74. Hanging out with Misty
  75. 75. I
  76. 76. J
  77. 77. Journaling about Easter
  78. 78. K
  79. 79. L
  80. 80. Listening and Praying
  81. 81. Looking silly
  82. 82. M
  83. 83. Making an Emily snowman
  84. 84. Making a sweet masterpiece
  85. 85. Making paper
  86. 86. N
  87. 87. 0
  88. 88. P
  89. 89. Painting with Ms. Waverly
  90. 90. Parading in the Oh Down
  91. 91. Q
  92. 92. R
  93. 93. Reading books
  94. 94. S
  95. 95. Studying scripts
  96. 96. T
  97. 97. Twirling Hats
  98. 98. U
  99. 99. V
  100. 100. Visiting Cowboys
  101. 101. W
  102. 102. Walking for Emma in the Hope walk
  103. 103. Y
  104. 104. Z

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