An Interactive Book Club Curriculum for tweens is here!
This five session, literary-based curriculum inspires tweens to read and interpret the Harry Moon Graphic novel, INKADINK, using a shared questions method of discussion. Tweens explore those ideas via The Amazing IMAGINATOR ACTIVATOR—an interactive journal where every kid dwells in possibility.
For five sessions, you and your kids will read Harry Moon: INKADINK, embarking on a guided discussion of the session’s readings. One of the unique aspects of The Harry Moon Graphic Novel VBS, is that it is nearly 100% kid-driven. But don’t worry, there are lots of cool tools to help leaders guide the discussion.
When kids read HARRY MOON INKADINK, they read about a kid who:
- Helps his fellow schoolmates
- Makes friends with those who were once his enemies
- Respects nature
- Doesn’t categorize people too quickly
- Seeks wisdom from his elders
- Guides younger kids
- Controls his passions
- Is curious and strives for excellence
- Is learning to see God
- Understands that life will have trouble and accepts it
- And of course, loves his mom
Helping your kids learn, explore and discuss these core life values guides them in these important transitional years. We want kids to build lasting relationships, and make good decisions rooted in a deep, thoughtful and biblical faith.
Harry’s friend Rabbit is mentoring Harry all the time with insights like: “There will always be discouragement. There will always be disappointment. That is why there will always be a need for heroes.”