As a reminder (for me, as much as anyone else), each month of Hide the Word Memory Work has what I have been calling a "one page," a single sheet that lists some of the ideas for that verse. Usually any worksheets Kim and I created are also attached to the one page.
The one page for Galatians 5:13 can be found here.
On the one page, it refers to tracing the child's hand on a piece of construction paper, gluing a plate with the Bible verse written on it between the hands. Here's the picture. My son brought this home after his in class goldfish snack. And I can't throw it away. Again, those hand tracings grab my heart!
Also, the document refers to washing the disciples' feet. The 2 year old class taught this lesson as part of John's gospel. The teacher actually took a shoe and sock off each of the children and washed the foot ("Cold, mom."). The children colored the paper with the verse on it, then the teacher glued the feet to the paper and the paper to the bowl. She had painted the blue in bowl for water in advance.