Games, Activities and Resources for Kids (and Adults) with a Focus on Unitarian Universalist Principles
respect-for-the-elderly-free-coloring-pages.jpgYou can learn and practice the seven Unitarian Universalist principles and purposes, our agreement for how we will act and treat one another & the environment, by thinking of them as a “rainbow” of values. The first letter of each principle stands for the first letter of the corresponding color of the seven colors of the rainbow: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet. There are many games, activities and resources available under each principle. Just click on the links below.
Click on the pictures below for a UU Principles Coloring Page, a large Alice the Chalice page and a page with an Alice for you to color and an Alice to share!
Our UU Principles
Respect All Beings
Coloring and Activity Pages:
Offer Fair and Kind Treatment
Author Margaret Regan tells stories of the escalating chaos along the U.S.-Mexico border. It is available at the UUA Bookstore (click above or on the image) or check it out at the Pima County Public Library.
Yearn to Learn
Do you like science, weather, animals or just learning about the world around you in general? Check out the National Geographic Kids site for videos, polls, info, games and weird facts, too!
Grow in Spirit and Mind
Want to find out what you believe? Even if YOU don't know what faith you are, Belief-O-Matic ™ knows. Answer 20 questions about your concept of God, the afterlife, human nature, and more. This quiz is recommended for kids and adults middle-school-age or older. Beliefomatic
Like Word Games? Try These:
It has 25 words that relate to our UU Principals. The words can be found going in any direction (forward, backward, up, down, and diagonally)!
Click on the picture to get to this awesome puzzle!
UU Principles Crossword
Find six words related to our UU Principles using the clues given on the full page. Click on the picture to download the puzzle.To see if you figured all of them out, or if you get stuck, you can get the key (answers) here.
Believe in Your Ideas and Act on Them
Click here for a fun game where you get to be the president and make decisions for everyone!
Here are some coloring pages about voting, political leaders, and laws. Click on the smiley!
Insist on Peace, Freedom and Justice
Play Scooby Doo Big Air 2. Light up the half pipe with cool tricks. Pick up speed and catch your skateboard on fire. How high can you get in this free online computer flash video game.
Super Hacky Sack is rather simple. Use the mouse or keyboard to keep the hacky sack off the ground. This online flash video game is fun for all. Note: You can click the "X" in the circle to get rid of the ad and get to the game faster.
Play soccer against a monkey. Take penalty kicks on Coconut Joe by clicking on different parts of the coconut. Don't let the monkey beat you! This free online flash computer game is appropriate for all ages. Note: You can click the "X" in the circle to get rid of the ad and get to the game faster.
Value the Connections in All Creation
Going Green Isn't Just For Adults - Kids Can Go Green, Too! Click here to find out how. Click on the links below for even more about how kids can help our planet thrive.
Want to share your ideas and knowledge about environmental issues?
Here are some great tips and activities from Little Green Books:
Here are just a few coloring pages from children's book author, illustrator, teacher and speaker, Elizabeth O. Dulemba. Find out about her books & also find more coloring pages at her website. Click on each picture to go to the page:
From Teaching For Change Books: "Environmental change pioneer David Gershon guides children through a series of action steps that cam impact both climate change and the environment as a whole.The book's core message is one of empowerment. Taught by a series of animal characters, each of its 46 action lessons illustrates in clear, accessible language exactly how a simple change in the child's behavior can positively impact the environment."
What you can do at church:
Bring and Take Back Home with You Your Own Eating Utensils
You can reduce your impact on our earth by not using throw away plates, bowls, cups, spoons, and forks. Bring your own and the kitchen crew would be happy to fill up your plate with the same delicious food they put on the throw away kind.
Join the Buildings and Grounds Committee
The Buildings & Grounds Committee invites you to demonstrate the seventh principle by joining their team. Where better to start taking care of our planet than right here at our own church home? You can help make important decisions that make our church home beautiful. Like to paint, clean, garden etc? Then this is The place for you. Please email Kathleen email@example.com for more information.
Bring in your cans
Those cans can bring in money for the church to use to help keep our church beautiful. all proceeds will be donated to the Buildings and Grounds Committee to buy the things needed to keep up the good work they are doing around our church. The donation area is at the LFD table in Goddard.