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WWJD Bracelet Kits - makes 50 Bracelets - Scripture Resources

$55.00 AUD


The following is taken from Wikipedia on Google:  "The phrase "What would Jesus do?", often abbreviated to WWJD, became popular particularly in the United States in the early 1900s after the widely read book by Charles Sheldon entitled, In His Steps: What Would Jesus Do. The phrase had a resurgence in the US and elsewhere in the 1990s and as a personal motto for adherents of Christianity who used the phrase as a reminder of their belief in a moral imperative to act in a manner that would demonstrate the love of Jesus through the actions of the adherents.

In popular consciousness, the acronym signifying the question—WWJD—is associated with a type of bracelet or wristband which became a popular accessory for members of Christian youth groups, both Catholic and Protestant, in the 1990s."

Size:  Any size up to 20cm to make 50 bracelets.

Level of Difficulty:  Easy

Age:  Small Children up to Adults

We also have Christian Salvation Bracelet Kits for Child/Teen Size & Adult Size.  Another great idea for Youth Groups, Scripture & gatherings.

These bead packs consist of 50 of each letter bead (x2 for W) & 2mm wax cotton cord.  The kit will make up 50 bracelets.  Instructions for making the bracelet will be included in the pack. 

Colour of cord:  PLEASE NOTE the colour of the cords may vary according to what stock is on hand at the time.   We will usually use a brown or black.  It may be round cord like the photo, or a flat cord - both work equally well with the project

Here is a bit of information so you can see how the activity might be conducted:-

Be prepared for your class -

Cords - Have your cords prepared in ready cut lengths (see instructions in the pack

Beads - Children benefit from the tactile experience of sifting through a bowl of beads to find the colour and letter they need.  You could put enough of each bead into a bowl for each table, or, if your children tend to be a bit disruptive on this kind of activity, you could have the beads pre-prepared in any way you think will work for the kids.

Activity - Speak about the letters they are threading, and what it is representing on the bracelet. 

Making & Finishing the Bracelet - Instructions are included in the kit.

Bead Shack's knowledge is not to be taken as 'gospel' (pun intended) on this activity.  However most schools at some time, order these coloured beads for the scripture classes, especially towards the end of the last term.

    The beads are acrylic Pony Beads, which measure about 9mm across, 6mm wide with a threading hole around 3.5mm.  The Alphabet Beads are 6mm cubes and have a 3mm threading hole.