More toddler group stories
Father’s Day story – Based on the Prodigal son.
Mother’s Day story – A Mother’s Day story to use within toddler groups or in church
Harvest story – A Harvest celebration for Playtime 2016
Teddy bears’ picnic – telling the story of Jesus feeding the five thousand
The Easter butterfly – A unique way of telling the Easter story to under-fives
The Day the Queen came to Tea – This has echoes of the Mary and Martha story in the Bible
Bring the little children – Care for the Family is launching an exciting new initiative to support and equip families to nurture their child’s faith at home. As toddler group leaders, this is something we can help families to develop within their own homes.
MOPS – making time for mums
Toddler groups are communities of parents … but when do we ever have time to talk to each other? Jane Whitehorn introduces us to MOPS, a style of parent-toddler group that focuses on enriching us mums as well as our children!
The Good Practice Guide – 2014
A fantastic guide to toddler groups just starting up, as well as established group leaders and their teams.
National Month of Prayer for church toddler groups
The National Month of Prayer provides a focus for both individuals and churches to support church based toddler groups.
Playtime tips – From the 2016 conference
Easter, Harvest and Christmas services told through the delightful stories of ‘Teddy’s Adventures’.
A free resource designed to help your church toddler group think through its vision and develop its potential, and is full of ideas about how you might engage with the parents and carers who attend your group more effectively.
‘You’re always there for me’ – by Joanna Fuchs
A poem for those who may find Mothers’ Day a difficult time.
‘My little hands’ – a poem for Father’s day.
Facebook – a great way to connect with us!
Are there times when you feel isolated while running your group?
Would you like to be a part of a network where you can receive support and encouragement?
Facebook is a really effective way of communicating with other toddler group leaders. You can exchange new ideas, ask questions, make comments and give and receive support.
Why not join the Playtime Facebook group today and become an active participant in meeting new members and sharing your thoughts. It’s easy to do – just visit our Facebook page here . We look forward to hearing from you.