eKidz at Home :: Week of October 11

Use these resources to help your child grow in their faith at home this week!

How do you define the word “supernatural”?    Ephesians 6:10-11

As a family, discuss a few questions together after your child watches this week’s episode.

Question #1: How do you define the word “supernatural”?

Question #2: Read Ephesians 6:10-11. What do you think it means to be strong in the Lord’s power?

Question #3: Out of these three ways to fight evil, which one do you need to focus on this week: God’s strength, love, or truth?

We live in natural world, which is made up of things that we can see and touch. The “supernatural” world is everything that goes BEYOND what we can see and touch. God is supernatural — we can’t see or touch him, but He is real. The Enemy is the same way.

The Enemy is constantly using our sin, or the bad things people do, to bring evil into the world. The Enemy wants us to disobey God, hate one another, and live in fear and anger.

But there is good news! Ephesians 6:10-11 tells us that God gives us supernatural armor to fight him with. And here’s the best news: God ALWAYS wins. And that means when we use God’s supernatural armor, we win, too.

When things come against us and we feel afraid or worried, we can stand on the truth of God’s Word. Memorizing it is a great way to have that strength ready to go at a moment’s notice!

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Main Point: God takes care of me.
Bible Story: Moses in the Basket ● Exodus 1:22-2:10

As a family, watch this week’s video and then discuss a few questions together. 

Question #1: In order to keep Moses safe, did Moses’s mom put him in a basket or a ball pit? (basket)

Question #2: Who found baby Moses in the basket and wanted to help him? (the princess)

Question #3: Will God take care of you, like He took care of baby Moses? (yes)


Family Activity: Basket Shadows

“Baskets” and “Basket Shadows” activity pages


  • Before the Activity: Print off the activity pages.
  • During the Activity: Place all the “Basket” activity pages in a row on the table or floor. Place all the “Basket Shadows” activity pages in a separate row on the opposite side of the table or floor. Help your child match each basket picture with its shadow. If they find the matches quickly, gather all the pages. Shuffle two sets of pages together and set them out in a grid pattern, mixing up the baskets and their shadows. Then encourage your child to match the pages again.
  • After the Activity: Gather all the pages and set them aside.


  • During the Activity: “I have a challenge for you. On this side, I have some pictures of different baskets. As you can see, they are all shaped just a little differently. Over here, I have these shadow pictures. Do you notice how they are the same shape as these baskets? Let’s find each basket’s shadow picture and match them up.”
  • After the Activity: “You did a great job matching each basket to its shadow! Moses’ mother placed him in a special basket to protect him. God took care of baby Moses, and He will take care of you! You can always trust that no matter what happens, God’s got it. Who’s got it?” (God’s got it!)

We’re learning… I can trust God.
Bible Story: Noah ● Genesis 6-9

This month, we’re learning, “I can trust God.” We will learn the story, “Noah’s Ark,” in Genesis 6-9. When God told Noah to build an ark, Noah trusted God and obeyed His instructions. When a huge flood came, Noah and everyone on the boat were safe. When the water dried up, God put a rainbow in the sky as a sign of His promise to never flood the earth again. We can trust God and obey His Word — just like Noah did!


Choose an activity to complete with your toddler to learn that we can trust God!

Bible Story Activity

WHAT YOU NEED: Bible (Use a children’s Bible if you have one or download the Bible App for Kids and watch “Two by Two.”) 

WHAT YOU SAY: “I love reading the Bible and spending time with Jesus. Let’s read our Bible story together right now!”

WHAT YOU DO: Read “Noah” — Genesis 6:13-14, 7:1-5, 8:15-19, 9:12-16 from the Bible.

Song Activity: I Can Trust God


  • Lead your toddler in singing the song below to the tune of “If You’re Happy and You Know It.”

    I can trust God. Yes, I can! (clap, clap)
    I can trust God. Yes, I can! (clap, clap)
    No matter what comes my way, I can trust Him every day.
    I can trust God. Yes, I can! (clap, clap)

    I can trust God. Yes, I can! (stomp, stomp)
    I can trust God. Yes, I can! (stomp, stomp)
    No matter what comes my way, I  can trust Him every day.
    I can trust God. Yes, I can! (stomp, stomp)

    I can trust God. Yes, I can! (Say, “Hooray!”)
    I can trust God. Yes, I can! (Say, “Hooray!”)
    No matter what comes my way, I can trust Him every day.
    I can trust God. Yes, I can! (Say, “Hooray!”)

  • Continue to sing for as long as your toddler is interested.


  • Before the Activity: “Let’s sing a fun song to help us remember that we can trust God!”
  • After the Activity: “Wow, you did a wonderful job singing! Who can trust God?” Encourage your toddler to say, “I can trust God!”