First: Opening prayer - The Spiritist Volunteer will ask one child to read one topic of the “The Lord’s Prayer”.
The Spiritist worker will introduce a box of prayer after the prayer and will ask for one child to volunteer himself/herself to read the prayer for the class. Please ask the child to say his/her words as well, as to complement the opening prayer.
Second: Welcome the children into the session. Say how happy we are to see them there and how important they are for the class. Play hot potato game with the children. When the music stops the child who is holding the hot potato ball will be asked to say what they most like in the whole nature.
Third: Sing songs together; get the children to remain standing but in a circle.
I Like the Flowers:
I like the flowers
I like the daffodils
I like the mountains
I like the green hill
I like the fire stone
I like to walk alone
Fourth: Story - Joseph’s discover
Fifth: Activity - Big Poster with God’s Creation
The Spiritist worker can encourage the kids to create their own drawings on the poster too.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1-g73ty9v04 - A family is carelessly and unknowingly wasting energy from the moment they wake up. Until something unexpectedly happens
Seventh: Origami - Prepare a paper flower
Kids should choose a passage from the: Gospel According to the Spiritism for the kids, The Spirits Book for kids or the Heaven or Hell. The volunteer will encourage the others kids to volunteer themselves for reading and give a quickly comment about it.
Tenth: Closing prayer - One of the children will do a closing prayer; encourage the children to volunteer for this task. If they don’t want to collaborate we could say we will follow the letters of the alphabet. The child’s name that starts with the letter A will do the opening prayer this time. Everybody will have the chance to collaborate.
Class suggested being suitable for: Kindergarten (5 to 6 years old).
Spiritist volunteer: Juana Castro, London, linked to The Spiritist Psychological Society
Suggested activity to be given as Homework: