Check out our playlist on Spotify for kids songs in the Psalms! Listening to music as a family is a great way for kids to memorize scripture - this can be while you're driving on a road trip, or just to and from daily activities.Listen Now
Think of one word that reminds you of each psalm. Download the pdf to write your word each day. This could be a repeated word or a word that summarizes the psalm. By the end of the summer, we will see all of the recurring themes throughout the Psalms.
Psalms coloring sheets are available for you! This is a great activity to do at home or on the go to continue to engage with the Psalms. Printed copies are available for pickup in the Kids Area at Redeemer. You can also access digital copies at the link below. Each coloring sheet is a JPEG file, so it can be downloaded and saved in your camera roll on your iPhone, iPad, etc. To color digitally, save the files and color them using the Markup feature in your camera roll or download the free app called Colorscape. This app will allow you to upload the saved images from your camera roll and color digitally!
The Psalms provide Spirit-inspired examples of petition, confession, declaration, and lament for our kids and us to learn and imitate. Turning to these prayers in times of trouble moves our focus away from our weakness and onto God’s strength. To read the full article by Marty Machowski, click the link below.
Read along with us! You can download this reading plan for reference to help you read through the Psalms with your kids this summer. Encourage your readers to make this their own and put a copy in their own Bible!Download Here
We want to partner with you as your family studies through the Psalms this summer. Click the link below to purchase books online! There are board books, story Bibles, and more!