The past year has caused a lot of stress, change, and grief for kids. Use this Lament Activity for Kids to help them express their grief and trust in God through their sadness. (And see this post for a word on lamenting this Lent season.) 

Tip: You may want to show kids an example of a lament Psalm (Psalm 13 is a good place to start) and point out how the psalmist expresses their sadness to God, then remembers God’s faithfulness.

Want to help kids dive deeper into the Psalms and learn more about lament, praise, thanksgiving, royal, and wisdom Psalms? Check out The Psalms – A 5-week Study for Kids! This free Lament Activity is one of the activities found in week 3 of this resource when kids study lament Psalms. Learn more about this resource here.

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  1. […] Check out this free activity from Deeper KidMin’s Psalms 5-Week Study for Kids resource to help kids (and adults) draw out their own Psalm of lament. And if you’re looking for other resources to help families experience the season of Lent, find them here. […]

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