A book from Jewish Lights, SkyLight Paths’ sister imprint
Multicultural, nonsectarian spiritual activities for students of all faiths, all backgrounds to help you spark their imaginations and think creatively about God, themselves and the world. Includes 40 full-color activity sheets with complete instructions.
Sandy Eisenberg Sasso and Rev. Donald Schmidt
9½ x 12 | 40 full-color activity sheets,
Teacher’s Folder with
complete instructions | 978-1-58023-050-6
Multicultural, Nondenominational, Nonsectarian
Endorsed by Protestant, Catholic and Jewish Religious Leaders
A Spiritual Activity Kit for Teachers and Students of All Faiths, All Backgrounds
For the first time, Protestant, Catholic and Jewish children can study, play and learn from the same religious education resource. The God's Paintbrush Celebration Kit—inspired by the award-winning book God's Paintbrush—will help you spark the imagination of your students to think creatively about themselves and the world.
Completely nonsectarian, the God's Paintbrush Celebration Kit can be used in a variety of settings and environments, such as vacation Bible school, Sabbath morning children's service, Sunday school, or a day-long or weekend retreat.
Each activity sheet includes the use of crafts, games and other indoor and outdoor activities designed to encourage your students to think about God in new and exciting ways. The Teacher Folder contains instructions and additional suggestions to make every session an extra-special spiritual learning experience.
What is God Like?
Hearing and Speaking
Biblical Texts Explored
Psalm 100:1-2; Psalm 150
Genesis 1:31; Psalm 34:8
Psalm 29:3-4; 1 Kings 19:12
Includes 40 Full-Color Activity Sheets and Teacher Folder with Complete Instructions
Praise for God’s Paintbrush
“The questions ... will linger in your child’s mind and come up at the dinner table.”
“Wonderfully interactive ... will open the souls of children, and of their parents who read it to them.”
—Rabbi Harold Kushner, author of When Bad Things Happen to Good People
“A very special book to help stimulate children's religious imagination to think about God.”
—Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C., President Emeritus, University of Notre Dame