Ever wonder what school is like in different countries? Let Kate and Mack tell you! Travel around the world and learn what school is like for kids living in nine different countries. Teach your kids about the importance of being able to read by saving up loose pocket change to help make a difference in kids' lives around the world, and set goals for the new school year.
Kate and Mack want to talk to your kids about giving! We all have loose coins lying around, right? Why not use them to make a difference in kids' lives by helping them learn how to read? It's a great and easy way for your family to teach kids at a young age how to give, just by saving up your pocket change. Learn more here or make a giving box to save your change!
Kate & Mack's Pocket Change Challenge
Join Kate and Mack as they introduce you to five missionary kids who live in different countries around the world. They share a recipe they love to make and why they like being a missionary kid. It's a great way to meet new friends and try a recipe you might have never tasted before!
Recipes Around the World with Kate & Mack
Meet Kate, a Wycliffe missionary kid, and her best friend, Mack. They're traveling around the world to learn more about cultures, languages and countries — and they want you to join them! Learn more about their book, "Around the World with Kate & Mack: A Look at Languages from A-Z" and how to download free activities for your kids.
Summer means no school, hot weather and lots of free time for adventures and activities! Travel with Kate and Mack as they learn fun facts, play games and create awesome crafts from around the world. It's an easy way to entertain kids for hours — and possibly even days — while learning about this awesome world that God has created.
Educate your children using this twelve-lesson series that includes colorful work pages and interactive stories with lively activities. A variety of scheduling options make this curriculum ideal for limited timeframes, and the lessons are designed to be used in conjunction with checkpoints on the “Road to Transformation.” Also available in Spanish.
Prayer is another word for talking with God, and it's a conversation that is really important for kids to understand. Join Kate and Mack as they talk to kids about simple ways to pray for people without the Bible, all while learning more about different cultures, countries and people. Prayer matters, and kids can make a big difference for God's kingdom by talking to him about the people he loves.
These lessons complement Wycliffe’s “Sleeping Coconuts” book, a true-life adventure from Papua New Guinea that tells the story of how God brings good out of adversity. Learn about Bible translation cluster projects, trauma healing and more. Inside, you’ll find coloring pages, snack ideas, crafts and games.
Increase children’s awareness of what God is doing in cultures around the world through these interactive, entertaining, stand-alone lessons. Kids will learn through simulations, stories, ethnic meals, hilarious games, crafts, and age-appropriate problem solving. Some lessons available in Spanish and Korean.
Your kids can help Kate and Mack travel all around the world — through the mail! This simple, fun activity lets your kids mail information about themselves to friends and family around the world, asking them to help Kate travel to new and exciting places. It's great to use all year long, and kids will love seeing all the different cities, states and countries that Kate and Mack visit with their help!
Teach prayer by using these fun lessons that include a children’s prayer journal. (Also available in Spanish and French.) Or use these fun-fact activity sheets that highlight five areas of the world using maps, recipes and puzzles. (For both pre-readers and readers.) You can also make some of these age-appropriate recipes that supplement the popular “Wycliffe Cookbook.”
Engage children in what God is doing around the world. They’ll learn about different cultures and countries, and then use current skill sets to support Senegalese children learning to read, or color Scripture posters to send to children in Uganda and Tanzania.
Find out more about angels through these lessons that supplement Wycliffe’s “Angel Tracks in the Snow” coloring book adventure. Lessons include an interactive story, topical study on angels, faith walk and color-by-number pictures.