Shepherd Leadership

School Curriculum​

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Shepherd Leadership

School Curriculum​

Shepherd Leadership

School Curriculum​

Welcome, Lower Primary 2 Student, to the Shepherd Leadership Program for kids just like you!

Welcome, Lower Primary 2 Student, to the Shepherd Leadership Program for kids just like you!

Welcome, Lower Primary 2 Student, to the Shepherd Leadership Program for kids just like you!

Are you ready to learn more about shepherd leadership? Just complete the steps below and you’ll learn how Provision, Protection, and Presence are important in the lives of both shepherds and their sheep! 

  1. Read or listen to Wilbur the Woolly by Nikki Rogers (or reread/relisten if you did this last year). It is also available as a free audio version here.  Answer the following questions with your teacher or class or using a piece of paper:  
    • Could Wilbur trust the shepherd in the story. Why?  
    • What are some things your parents, family members, or teachers ask you to do that you don’t always want to do, for example, brush your teeth, take a bath, sit quietly, or do your schoolwork? Why do you think they ask you to do these things?  
    • Do you think God sometimes asks us to do things we don’t want to do, but it’s for our good and the good of others? What are some examples.
  2. Research online the responsibilities of a real shepherd with real sheep and make a list of those responsibilities. Talk with your class or teacher about what a real shepherd does with real sheep. 
  3. Download and complete the Shepherding Word Search. Pick three shepherding terms from the list that you like the best and make a bookmark for your Bible using those three words. You can draw a picture on the bookmark or write the words in a creative way. 
  4. Find three Scripture verses that refer to people as sheep. Share them with your teacher or class and explain why you think God would describe people as sheep. 

Are you ready to learn more about shepherd leadership? Just complete the steps below and you’ll learn how Provision, Protection, and Presence are important in the lives of both shepherds and their sheep! 

  1. Read or listen to Wilbur the Woolly by Nikki Rogers (or reread/relisten if you did this last year). It is also available as a free audio version here.  Answer the following questions with your teacher or class or using a piece of paper:  
    • Could Wilbur trust the shepherd in the story. Why?  
    • What are some things your parents, family members, or teachers ask you to do that you don’t always want to do, for example, brush your teeth, take a bath, sit quietly, or do your schoolwork? Why do you think they ask you to do these things?  
    • Do you think God sometimes asks us to do things we don’t want to do, but it’s for our good and the good of others? What are some examples.
  2. Research online the responsibilities of a real shepherd with real sheep and make a list of those responsibilities. Talk with your class or teacher about what a real shepherd does with real sheep. 
  3. Download and complete the Shepherding Word Search. Pick three shepherding terms from the list that you like the best and make a bookmark for your Bible using those three words. You can draw a picture on the bookmark or write the words in a creative way. 
  4. Find three Scripture verses that refer to people as sheep. Share them with your teacher or class and explain why you think God would describe people as sheep. 

Are you ready to learn more about shepherd leadership? Just complete the steps below and you’ll learn how Provision, Protection, and Presence are important in the lives of both shepherds and their sheep! 

  1. Read or listen to Wilbur the Woolly by Nikki Rogers (or reread/relisten if you did this last year). It is also available as a free audio version here.  Answer the following questions with your teacher or class or using a piece of paper:  
    • Could Wilbur trust the shepherd in the story. Why?  
    • What are some things your parents, family members, or teachers ask you to do that you don’t always want to do, for example, brush your teeth, take a bath, sit quietly, or do your schoolwork? Why do you think they ask you to do these things?  
    • Do you think God sometimes asks us to do things we don’t want to do, but it’s for our good and the good of others? What are some examples.
  2. Research online the responsibilities of a real shepherd with real sheep and make a list of those responsibilities. Talk with your class or teacher about what a real shepherd does with real sheep. 
  3. Download and complete the Shepherding Word Search. Pick three shepherding terms from the list that you like the best and make a bookmark for your Bible using those three words. You can draw a picture on the bookmark or write the words in a creative way. 
  4. Find three Scripture verses that refer to people as sheep. Share them with your teacher or class and explain why you think God would describe people as sheep. 

Lead well everywhere you influence.

Lead well everywhere you influence.

Lead well everywhere you influence.

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