1 Timothy 4:12 – Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in life, in love, in faith and in purity.
Here is the one page idea sheet of activites for this verse.
Kids love to write on real objects. They think it's fun and really can't get enough of it. I know, I think it's silly, too, and I don't understand. I actually scoffed at the ideas to write memory verses on real objects, but the kids really seem to be interested in it, and use the object. All that to say, write this verse on sun glasses. The kids love the shades, and they learn the verse. You can find more information about writing the verse on sunglasses here.
The spin-a-verse activity is more fully described here. Please allow the children to decorate the paper plates with stickers, glitter, glue, markers, crayons, whatever. These white plates hurt my heart.
Page two in the packet is the certificate to give the children when they say the verse for the first time. Please copy onto pretty cardstock and decorate with stamps or stickers.
Page three can be copied onto cardstock and used to play concentration. It can also be used to create the spin-a-verse as discussed above and further in the packet.
Page four is the verse poster for this verse. We have these hanging in the classroom. We hang them as we discuss the verse for the first time.