Get one year of preteen ministry curriculum designed to help 4th-6th graders explore their faith and wholeheartedly follow Jesus.
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All the series are available for immediate download.
Note: This was previously known as the Exclusive Preteen Curriculum, Year 1. New name. Same curriculum.
Here is a free sample lesson from our series on the book of Acts.
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SCOPE AND SEQUENCE
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 year two of our preteen curriculum.
Use in September
Rooted: 4-week series helping preteens become grounded in their faith as they follow Jesus. This series will help students build a strong foundation as they study the basic fundamentals of their faith – salvation, repentance, how to grow their relationship with Jesus, and how to share their faith.
Use in October Overwhelmed: This 4-week series teaches preteens to allow God’s grace to overwhelm the stress and anxiety in their life.
Use in November
Conquerors: A 4-week series on the book of Romans.
Use in December Hope is Born: A 4-week Christmas series giving preteens an in-depth look at the Christmas story and how Jesus’ coming into the world gives us hope.
Use in January
Accepted: A 4-week series teaching preteens that God loves and accepts them as-is, and how to extend that same grace to others.
Use in February Lead: A 4-week preteen series on how to be a leader.
Use in March Love: A 4-week series on the unconditional, never-ending, reckless love of God.
Use in April Easter: A 4-week series on the life, death & resurrection of Jesus.
Use in May Acts: A 4-week series on the early church in the book of Acts.
Use in June & July
Grow: This 8-week series helps preteens understand simple yet powerful concepts that will help them grow as followers of Jesus. Themes include: freedom, new life, wisdom, transition, etc.
Use in August Priorities: A 4-week back to school series on priorities.