How to memorize Matthew 6:20-21 with your kids. This post is part of a 26-week series that takes one letter of the alphabet each week and teaches you and your children how to memorize a bible verse associated with it with a free printable, YouTube video, and lesson. Join in anytime!
This post is part of a 26 part series where to help you memorize Bible Verses with your kids. Each post contains 4 elements: a scripture, a video (song), a printable, and teaching. (and sometimes a weekly tip!) There are 26 Bible verses – one for each letter of the alphabet. You can check out the whole series here or just enjoy the resources for memorizing Matthew 6:20-21 below!
Memorizing Matthew 6:20-21 with Your Children
Store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where moths and rust do not destroy, and where thieves do not break in and steal. For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.Matthew 6:20-21
LESSON for kids
Make a list with your child of everything they love: things, possessions, people, ideas, pets, everything. Then go through the list and compare it to our scripture for this week. Is it something that a “moth or rust could destroy” (video game, TV, toy) or is it another treasure (a person, pet, God, experience, etc.)
Printable of Matthew 6:20-21
Click the image below to print out Matthew 6:20-21. Hang it nearby where you memorize your verse each day.
Video for kids
I think your kids will like this video because it comes with hand motions. My children always enjoyed getting up and dancing when learning the bible verses.
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