February 2020 - Monthly Preschool Parent Cue
WEEK ONE
JOHN 4:1-30
Jesus is a friend to a Samaritan
woman, even though she is
different than Him.
WEEK TWO
LUKE 19:1-10
Jesus loves Zacchaeus and wants
to spend time with him, even though
he has done wrong things.

 
WEEK THREE
JOHN 8:2-11
Jesus is a friend to a woman who
has done wrong things and saves her
from being publicly punished.
WEEK FOUR
JOHN 15:12
Jesus tells us to love each other
the way He loves us.
REMEMBER THIS:
"Love each other as I have loved you."
JOHN 15:12, NIV
SAY THIS:
Who does Jesus love?
Jesus loves everyone.
BASIC TRUTH:

JESUS WANTS TO BE MY FRIEND FOREVER.
DO THIS:

 MORNING TIME


When you go into your child's room this month, say, "Good morning! I see someone I love very much. Who do I see?" Grin at your child. "Yes! I see you!" Tickle your child. "Guess who else loves you." Pause. "Jesus!"

 DRIVE TIME


As you drive, look out the window for people and talk about the "everyone" Jesus loves. Does Jesus love that construction worker? Yes! Does Jesus love that lady in the red car? Yes! Does Jesus love that police officer? Yes! Does Jesus love that man driving the big truck? Yes! Does Jesus love that person riding the bike? Yes! Jesus loves everyone!

 CUDDLE TIME


Cuddle with your child this month and pray, "Dear God, thank You that Jesus loves everyone. He loves me and [child's name] and (name family, friends, people in community, anyone your child may recognize). Jesus loves everyone! Help us love everyone the way Jesus loves everyone. In Jesus' name, amen."

 BATH TIME


Add bath crayons or shaving cream to bath time. Tell your child to copy what you do. Draw with a bath crayon or trace with your finger into the shaving cream. Switch and tell your child you are going to copy what they do. Talk about how Jesus wants us to love people the way He loves people. He wants us to copy His love!

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