Christian Lesson Plans - Compassion International

Part three of our Christian lesson plans features the South American country of Peru and emphasizes giving and tithing. This set of Christian lesson plans include instructions on making homemade maracas and also teaches students map reading skills.

Supplement your Christian lesson plans with additional information about the country of Peru, including featured stories from individuals living in the South American country, its history, culture, and religion.

Along with learning about Peru, your children will enjoy the creative activities included in these Christian lesson plans. They will gain a greater understanding of what life is like for children in a developing country and will even get some new maracas to use.

Our Christian lesson plans for children give you as homeschool parents the opportunity to teach your children about geography, culture, evangelism, gratefulness, honoring God and much more.

Homeschool Curriculum: Giving/Tithing

Country: Peru

Spiritual Emphasis: Giving/Tithing

Scriptures: Luke 5:1-11

Lesson 3 Part 1

Launching this lesson, students practice giving and receiving oral directions and learn about map skills as a prelude to learning to follow Jesus' directions about giving to others. Download Lesson 3 part 1.

 
Lesson 3 Part 2

In Part 2, children discover biblical principles about Jesus' call to follow Him through discipleship. The "gift" of listening to others is explored. Download Lesson 3 part 2.

 
More about Peru
Home School Curriculum

Compassion's work in Peru began in 1985. Currently, more than 60,200 children participate in more than 240 child development centers.

Featured Stories from Peru
  • Good Tidings of Great Joy

    Dec 02, 2015

    This Christmas, we celebrate the 158,030 Compassion-assisted children who accepted Christ in 2015.

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