September Lesson Plan

Cereal Series


We had previously discussed getting a polo style uniform similar to those worn by most children in HISD schools. We are still doing that, but we are going a different route. The polo style shirt can be purchased at Fiesta, Fallas, or Walmart for less than $15.00. We will wear navy blue or red shirts with jeans, black pants or khaki's pants. This will be the uniform September through December. If you have already given me money for the other shirt, I still have it and I will return it to you.

Name Tags and Kid Check

I am asking that everyone please go to and set up your account. Once you have set your account up with Kid Check, email me the number you used to set up your Kid Check account. I will add you as a volunteer if you're not already in the data base. Starting in September we will wear name tags, generated from Kid Check that include the picture which you have added to your Kid Check account. Please use a bright picture so that your face can be seen. If your picture is too dark, you won't be able to see your face.

Memory Verse of the Month

Cereal Series:

Psalms 34:8 - Taste and see that the Lord is good; blessed is the one who takes refuge in Him.

Song of the Month - "Hosanna" by Kirk Franklin

Sermonic song of the Month

Overview and Purpose

This month we will focus on teaching how we can add Jesus to our lives. We will teach the children as expressed in biblical expression. Learning how to be a Christian and apply scripture to your life which is a vital part of honoring God. We will use cereal to show how we benefit from adding Jesus to our life.


  1. Teach children how to apply scripture to their lives.

  2. Learn how Bible stories can be applied in a fun way to support scripture and lesson plan.

  3. Use crafts and activities to support scripture and lesson plan.

Materials will be provided


  1. Reinforce memory verse.

  2. Teach lesson and use supporting activities.

  3. Have drills over lesson to strengthen Bible verses.

2nd Sunday, September 10 - Jesus Heals Ten Lepers - Luke 17:11-19

Go over memory verse: Psalm 34:8

Jesus Heals the Ten Lepers Luke 17: 11-19

Rice Krispies: Once you add milk to Rice Krispies, they start to make a lot of noise. Kids will learn that when Jesus changes your life, you can't help but make noise by sharing Him with others.

Pre-K - 5th grade - Make Rice Krispy treats. Jesus Heals the Ten Lepers

2nd Wednesday, September 13 - Jesus heals Ten Lepers

Make it Stick Wednesday:

Go over the memory the verse: Psalm 34:8

Pre-K - 5th grade - craft and activities to support Sundays lesson.

3rd Sunday, September 17 - Fruits of the Spirit, Luke 6:43-45 & Galatians 5: 22- 23

Memory verse: Psalm 34:8

Fruits of the Spirit: Luke 6:43-45

Trix: The artificially flavored pieces in a box of Trix are shaped like lemons, oranges, and cherries. When we live the real Christian life in the spirit, we will bear the fruit of the spirit.

Pre-K - 2nd grade - Use Trix to make a tree with construction paper and glue.

3rd - 5th grade - Tye Dye T-Shirts.

3rd Wednesday, September 20 - Fruits of the Spirit

Make it Stick Wednesday:

Go Over the memory verse Psalm 34:8

Pre-K - 5th grade - Crafts and activities to support Sundays lesson.

4th Sunday, September 24 - Partner Up with Jesus

Memory verse: Psalm 34:8

Apple Jacks: This cereal brings together the flavor of apple and cinnamon in a perfect pairing. Kids will learn that when you partnering up with Jesus, there is nothing we can't do.

Pre-K - 5th grade - Apple Bar

Pre-K - 5th grade - Apple book, using construction paper, staples, pencils.

4th Wednesday, September 27 - Commitment to Jesus

Memory verse: Psalm 34:8

Peter Heals a Man Born Blind: Acts 3: 1-10, 4:5-21

Cap'n Crunch: Those crispy nuggets in the box of Cap'n Crunch keep their crunchy texture even in milk. Kids will learn to keep their commitment to Jesus even when others try to get them soggy.

Pre-K - 2nd grade - paste and glue a cross using Cap'n Crunch.

3rd - 5th grade - eat cereal and discuss the theme. What does "get them soggy" mean?