Another activity that I came up with for a stewardship lesson is this little game/quiz. I thought up twelve examples of good and bad stewardship, then read the list off to the kids and they had to tell me if it was good or bad stewardship.
We used answer sticks with red on one side and green on the other, which the kids really enjoyed using. (I’ll make a post about them soon.) That’s it — very simple and the kids had a lot of fun with it!
My examples are listed below, but feel free to get creative and come up with your own.
Examples of Good & Bad Stewardship
- Throwing a food wrapper on the floor – bad
- Planting a tree – good
- Taking off your jacket and throwing it at your mom – bad
- Giving someone a ride to church – good
- Playing video games for five hours – bad
- Washing your dishes – good
- Spending $20 on candy – bad
- Taking a bath and brushing your teeth – good
- Breaking your toy when you get angry – bad
- Spilling your milk and then cleaning it up – good
- Skipping your chores because they’re boring – bad
- Buying food for someone who is hungry – good