Teach, review or discuss how we should speak and act properly by acknowledging that our actions speak louder than our words.
Ten questions about how our intentions, words and actions should be truthful and charitable are presented for simple yes or no answers in this learning activity. Learners or a leader read the sentences, and children fill in the faces to represent agreement or disagreement with the statement.
An answer sheet is provided that allows students to check their own work. Incorrect answers can be used as good discussion starters.
You can use this activity as a mini-lesson to be completed as a class, or utilize it as a pre-lesson check or a post lesson review.
This resource can accompany a lesson on the parable of the vineyard owner and his two sons.
Focus: Speaking and acting properly, parable
Theme: Our actions speak louder than our words or intentions; the parable of the vineyard owner and his two sons
Biblical Reference: Matthew 21:28-32