Stress Balls That Kids Can Make

A Grace Full Life

I felt like this might be a good post to reblog. Go make yourself a stress ball today. 

First published on December 17, 2018

I know this is going to come as a massive shock to most of you but since September, I have been educating our congregation’s youth (or yutes) as a Sunday School teacher.

I know, it’s almost shocking to myself as well.

To make you feel better, it’s an every other week gig, and the other teacher is probably WAY more qualified and dignified than me.

But I do love spending that time with the kids, talking about their week, lifting them up, making a craft.

Oh, and talking about the bible.


So because I love God and Jesus but the Bible can get kind of boring (especially for kids….and me), I decided to let each of the kids direct one craft this year for the class.

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2 thoughts on “Stress Balls That Kids Can Make”

  1. Your daughter is SO clever!! I’ve never heard of this craft, but it looks like something I could have done with girl scouts back in the day.

    Good Lord, I’d be the worst in Sunday school…or anything Church-related because I can’t help but cuss during regular conversations now.

    Every time you said YUTES, I could see Joe Pesci and it brought back so many funny memories; I loved that movie!!

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    1. What’s funny is that I didn’t even last an entire year as the teacher. I quit that winter because it was a lot of work with homeschooling and all. Plus, let’s be clear, I wasn’t very good at it. 🙂
      YES! You were the only person to get that reference! You get me. 🙂

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