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Sunday School Curriculum

Christian Learning Goals for a Sunday School Curriculum

If your church has decided to incorporate a Sunday school curriculum, they have to make relevant learning goals. Most Sunday school teachers make a mistake of creating similar learning goals for all age levels. Children of different ages are at varying social and academic levels. What may make sense to a grade six kid will seem weird to a grade one kid. Moreover, what will be effective when teaching a grade one kid will not be productive when introduced to a grade four kid? At kidTough, our children's mentor team has come up with the following examples to guide Sunday school teachers to develop their Sunday school curriculum.

  • Children Between Grade 1 and 3

The following are examples of learning goals for children in grades 1, 2, and 3.

  1. To be able to relate God to the holy spirit, Jesus and the creator

  2. To understand that God loves the world and human beings should take care of it

  3. To be conversant with important bible stories relating to Pentecost events Easter and Christmas

  4. To know that sinners can be forgiven


  • Grade 4 and 5

The following are learning goals examples you can use for kids in grade 4 and 5

  1. To start comprehending the role of the church as a family

  2. To be able to read, understand and discuss short bible stories

  3. To begin exploring Jesus's parables.

  4. To understand the effect of promises we make to God


  • Grade 6

The following some ideas you can use as learning goals for children in grade 6

  1. To be able to narrate long biblical stories such as the life of Jesus

  2. To start understanding the meaning of the bible to a Christians life

  3. To start being involved in church activities

  4. To identify their talent


Here at kidTough, we offer our kids church curriculum free of charge. Our aim is to provide churches with a simple and practical method to effectively communicate the Gospel in a fun and engaging way, allowing a child to place themselves right in the middle of God’s grand story. Knowing who they firmly are in Christ gives them the courage and the tools to Trust in the Lord, Obey His commands, Unite in a close friendship with Jesus, Grow in the Word, and Honor both God and others, regardless of their tough circumstances. 


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