Adaptive Ideas

Resources and Links for Leaders

On July 30th, over 150 Canadian Ministry Directors and Child and Youth Leaders came together to walk through what they are considering and planning for in September. There was open discussion breakout rooms and a time of encouragement. If you would like to see the presentation that was given, click the logo to download the Keynote/PDF presentation.

The CCCC's article outlining the considerations and a summary of Federal/Provincial Regulations. Click the logo to be forwarded the article written by Deina Warren, Associate Director of Legal Affairs. You can also view Awana's own list of sites that we monitor with up-to-date International, Federal and Provincial guidelines. 
Guideline links

If you and your leaders are struggling to connect with one of our Canadian Field Team members to set up training for the fall, consider checking out this online US training site. These Awana Basics e-learning modules can be done at your own pace and remotely. This is a good option for leaders that cannot attend training or just need a refresher on the traditional Awana structure.

Round Table Presentation/Discussion Recording

For those who could not attend one of the National Round Table discussions, you can view the recording here. We are so thankful for all the Ministry Directors and Ministry Leaders that joined to hear our hopes for September and to share their ideas and goals in the break out rooms.

View Recording

Adaptive/Alternative Games Ideas

Looking for some games ideas? Check this link for leader's suggestions for games that look a bit different and keep kids active, but safely distanced.

Have fun creating your own Bible quiz to do with kids online or to assign for a challenge at home. See the sample below and learn how in the next column.

How to Kahoot. Creating your own games and quizzes

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 for a one page how to from our own Cory Vail from Atlantic Canada, or watch an instructional video by clicking the picture below. 

For many years Plan to Protect has provided wise instruction on how to protect the vulnerable sectors in our ministries. We alway
need to stay diligent and up to date on what best practices are and how to build them into our ministries.

Please check out this list of things to consider from Plan to Protect and the Online Consent form as you prepare to launch in September.

15 Considerations     Online Consent Form