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One Year Preteen Curriculum, Vol 3

  • $ 199.00
  • $ 468.00
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Get one year of preteen ministry curriculum designed to help 4th-6th graders explore their faith and wholeheartedly follow Jesus.


The curriculum is designed for you to jump in and start using at any point throughout the year. Although we recommend to use certain series on certain months, feel free to use any series whenever you want.

Below is the scope & sequence for volume 3 of our preteen curriculum.

Includes the Following Series:

New Beginnings (Use in January)

In this 4-week series, preteens will discover that they can have a new beginning with God and others. 

Overcoming Temptation
(Use in February)

A 4-week preteen series on how to overcome temptation.

(Use in March)

A 4-week series helping preteens find their identity in Christ.

King of Kings (Use in March/April)

A 4-week series showing preteens how Jesus was the Coming King, the Servant King, the Resurrected King, and the King of Kings.

Salt + Light  (Use in May)

A 4-week series helping preteens become salt and light to the world around them.

Epic Journeys (Use in June)

A 4-week preteen series taking a look at famous journeys in the Bible to teach preteens to trust His promises and take an epic journey of faith when He asks.

Your Move (Use in July)

A 4-week preteen ministry series. When you play a board game, you have to “move” or “take action” to play. When it comes to being a follower of Jesus, it is also important to “move” & “take action” with your faith in Jesus. You have the power to own your relationship with Jesus. It’s your move!

Jesus' Parables (Use in August)

A 4-week preteen series on the parables of Jesus.

Big Time Truth (Use in September)

A 4-week preteen series that shows preteens how God's Word is like a blueprint for their lives.

(Use in October)

This 4-week series shows preteens how their faith can help them confront the fears of failure, rejection, sharing your faith, and the future.

Made to Worship (Use in November)

A 4-week series that explores how preteens are “made to worship” God and answers these questions: What is worship? Whom do we worship? How do we worship? When & where do we worship?

Places of Christmas (Use in December)

A 4-week preteen series that explores locations that are important to the Christmas story and what we can learn from them.



EVERYTHING IS DOWNLOADABLE. After purchase, you'll immediately be directed to a download page AND get an email that includes a link to download all the resources. The bundle is only available as a downloadable product.  

LESSONS COME IN PDF & WORD format so you can edit as needed and share with volunteers.  


  • A fun opening game
  • Creative teaching
  • Engaging small group activities and discussion questions.

Although the lessons aren't meant to be read word for word (we encourage you to make it your own), included is a detailed script for leaders to follow. 

PRETEEN TARGETED. Our curriculum is preteen targeted. Our team knows preteens and what makes them tick. Every single lesson is written with the spiritual, emotional, physical and mental development of 4th-6th graders in mind.

SERIES ARTWORK includes cover image for promotional use, blank text image for making your own presentation slides, and social media artwork.

ALL OUR RESOURCES ARE WRITTEN BY PRETEEN LEADERS like you who have a heart to see God move in the lives of students.  

OUR STUFF IS TOP NOTCH. We don't just throw together an outline and sell it to you. Our team, who has been creating 4th-6th grade curriculum since 2010, puts a lot of time and effort creating quality lessons that are jam-packed with more than enough teaching material.


  • Big or Small Preteen Ministry: We write our curriculum for both big and small preteen ministries. Whatever the size of your group, you can edit as needed to fit the needs of your preteen ministry.
  • All Denominations (and Non-Denominations): All our lessons are theologically broad enough for all church denominations (and non-denominations). We stay central to the core truths of Christianity and don't focus on denominational differences.
  • Sunday School or Small Groups: Does your church have an active Sunday School program? Our curriculum is a good fit for you. If your group has more than 12 preteens, then use our curriculum as a tool to disciple them in a small group setting.


Preteens are unique. They need—and deserve—their own ministry curriculum. 

Here are 5 important ways our custom curriculum meets preteen needs:  

1) Preteens are beginning to think for themselves.  

As younger kids, they simply accepted a lot as “truth”. Now, they’re asking questions and considering things from multiple angles. This new questioning nature can naturally extend to matters of faith.

This questioning is good! It’s healthy. Preteens need support to work through their questions and arrive at an authentic, deeply rooted faith.

2) Preteens are in transition from childhood to adolescence.  

No longer kids, preteens are still not quite teenagers. They're constantly developing, always in transition. And the change pervades all the areas of their lives: cognitive, physical, social, emotional and—importantly—spiritual.

The changes can be as rapid as they are profound. Excellent preteen ministry curriculum respects and embraces this reality.

3) Preteens want to "own" their relationship with Jesus.  

Yes, it is possible for preteens to “own” their relationship with Jesus. They’re ready and willing!

They can notice God’s action in their own lives. They can develop habits of prayer, worship, and Bible reading. In short, they are equipped to nurture their own relationship with God. They are ready to “own” it.

4) Preteens need a coach, not just a teacher.

As ministry leaders, we must foster an environment for God to move in the lives of preteens. In this respect, our role is less like a teacher, and more like a coach.

Many preteen ministry leaders think of themselves as teachers, imparting information, helping their students to “get it”. And teaching is part of the job, to be sure. But it’s just the beginning of the job.

A coach guides and encourages. They equip others for success. Ultimately, however, a coach sits on the sidelines. It is the players who must put all the coaching and the teaching into action.

And they will make mistakes. So the coaching continues, and over time the preteen grows into an adult who can act as their own coach.

5) Preteens learn by doing.  

How often do you hear people gush over the impressive listening skills of preteens? The fact is that preteens learn much better by doing than by listening.

Preteens love to play games, use their hands, feel the rush of surprise and action. To be really open to any process, it helps for preteens to feel that they are a part of it from beginning to end.

Our preteen curriculum is loaded with fun-tested games and hands-on activities that feed the restless and active preteen spirit.

I enjoy purchasing this curriculum for my students. The lessons give me a great base to build from or just use what is there if I am in a pinch. The graphics are top notch and games are provided if that's your ministry model. Always great stuff!!

- Brad Boucher

The outlines, lessons, artwork with these weekly sessions are truly a God send for those of us with full time 'other than ministry' obligations yet wanting more for our students each week. Thank you for such quality products at very affordable costs.

- Kevin Hale

This was our first purchase and I can’t wait to start using this on Sunday mornings! Takes a lot of pressure off of us for prepping each week and it is very spot on for the circumstances we are living through currently. Thanks for the special offer!!

- Libby Allen