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An environment designed with your elementary aged student in mind

Kids

Helping you raise great kids

Parenting is tough. You want to get it right. We want to help.

We miss seeing your smiling faces, but that doesn’t mean you have to miss out on UpStreet!

We are providing an online UpStreet experience for your child each Sunday morning, as well as a weekly Friday night experience for the whole family. 

Follow us @wcupstreet for more kid-friendly ideas and connection!

Online Content

Watch as a family!

Friday Feature, March 27

There’s never been a better time for your family to become a team than right now. Watch this KidStuf show on Cooperation to learn what animals already know . . . two are better than one!

KidStuf—it’s a show you experience together that makes your family better!

After the show, bring more Cooperation to your house with Operation Cooperation!

Learn how to play!

Watch now!

Sunday on UpStreet, March 22

Has someone ever done something to you and you think they don’t deserve to be forgiven? What do we do with that feeling? And does Jesus have anything to say about it? Those are the things we want to talk about this week on UpStreet. Check it out!

If you’re looking to take the forgiveness conversation further, use these questions:

Talk About It

  1. Has someone ever told you they were sorry but you felt like they didn’t mean it? How did that make you feel?
  2. What does it mean to really forgive someone?
  3. Knowing that God always forgives you when you do something wrong, how should you treat others?
Watch as a family!
Image of Kidstuf clubhouse

Friday Feature, March 20

When you’re part of a family (that's at home all the time together!), you have to forgive every now and then—or every day, right? Check out this KidStuf show and help your kids learn how to “let it go.”

It’s a show you experience together that makes your family better! After the show, put forgiveness into practice at your house! Make your own Rocks Box with the instructions below.

DIY Rocks Box

Other Environments for Kids and Students