The Unique Challenges of Fourth and Fifth Grade Ministry



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They're sometimes rambunctious, always insecure, and just beginning to develop an attitude. Fourth and fifth grade children are distinctly different from the children just younger and just older than they. Many ministry leaders find the differences exasperating. But armed with an understanding of the unique challenges and a few key strategies for ministering directly to a child of that age level, your ministry can disciple fourth and fifth graders with joy and impact.

Table of Contents:

Identifying the Challenges
Knowing what makes fourth and fifth graders so different is half the battle.

Targeting Fourth and Fifth Graders Specifically
Overcoming the challenges begins with targeting and tailoring your ministry.

Case Study: Teaching the Bible Creatively
They're creative, energetic, and interactive. Shouldn't your Bible lesson be the same?

Engaging with Relevance
Draw in rowdy or inattentive students with techniques that meet their world.

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