TV Time (2:00 to 3:30 p.m.)
Shhhh. Don’t tell the kids, but this part of the day is also educational. However, so few of them have had access to TV in our community, they love to watch the videos, movies and other instructional programs we provide.
With TV time, we are continuing to expose them to new things and teaching them about the world, while they think they are just having fun. It’s a win-win.
Games (3:30 to 5:00 p.m.)
While we endeavor to build fun into every part of the day, game time is an opportunity for the children to relax, play and bond with each other–to just be kids.
Music and singing are the perfect outlet for children who have been quietly focused on their studies for a few hours. This part of the day has an added benefit of teaching the children songs of worship and praise drawn from inspirational stories in the Bible. Not only can they let off steam and make a joyful noise, but this practice also allows them to engage more fully during Sunday worship.