Bring your kids for these incredibly fun activities filled with learning opportunities! Designed for children ages 6-12, each program is professionally run by trusted organizations with adult supervision. Parents may attend with their children at no charge.
Kids in the Book Live (presented by Walk Thru the Bible)
Schedule: 10:15-12:30 pm, break for lunch, 1:30-2:45 pm
Throughout the Kids in the Book live event, children actively engage with stories, lessons, games, puzzles, and other interesting activities aimed at teaching Old and New Testament themes. Each activity stimulates imagination, fosters creativity, and enhances group participation. If this all sounds like too much fun, it’s because that’s how kids learn and retain most effectively!
Space is limited to the first 80 participants; cost is a $10 add-on to your full conference pass.
Children’s Creative Crafts (presented by Ellen McHenry’s Basement Workshop)
Schedule: 10:15-1:00 pm
Children’s Creative Crafts is a hands-on workshop where your children will learn as they construct craft projects and play games that introduce different animals that live in the rainforests of South America. Activities include “Birds of Brazil” Bingo, designing their own Poison Dart Frog, playing a game to learn about ants who are farmers, and finishing by making a paper anaconda snake. It is sure to stimulate your children’s interest in God’s creation!
Space is limited to the first 40 participants; cost is a $10 add-on to your full conference pass.
Learn with Legos (presented by Bricks4Kidz)
Schedule: 10:15-1:00 pm
This hands-on enrichment program uses LEGO® bricks, motors, and battery packs to teach children architecture and engineering principles that apply across a variety of subject areas. Curiosity and creativity are encouraged through fun-filled model plans designed by engineers and architects, giving children the experience of learning with LEGO® Bricks. Theme-based project kits motivate children by reinforcing S.T.E.M. based principles while enhancing self-esteem, improving fine-motor skills, and teaching important classroom lessons such as organization and following directions. Kids will develop teamwork, creativity, and problem-solving skills in a place where they can play and socialize with friends.
Space is limited to the first 30 participants; cost is a $20 add-on to your full conference pass.