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Annabella’s Crown Enrichment Activities
Here are the enrichment activities we plan to include for your children to enjoy. Please be patient as we replace what was lost and write new content. Thank you.
- Discussion Questions
- Coloring Pages
- Word Searches
- Word Scramble Puzzles
- Crossword Puzzles
- Bible Verses Related to the Story of Annabella’s Crown
- Bible Study (coming soon)
- Gems and Jewels (coming soon)
- Princess Lessons for Daughters of the King (coming soon)
- Princely Challenges for Sons of the King (coming soon)
- Lutes, Medieval Music, and Jesters (coming soon)
- How We Made Annabella’s Lute (coming soon)
- Castles and the People Who Lived There (coming soon)
- Castle Larders and Food Storage (coming soon)
- Spiral Staircases (coming soon)
- Design Your Own Princess Dress or Prince Costume (coming soon)
- Design Your Own Crown (coming soon)
- Write About Your Relationship with Jesus (coming soon)
- Make Your Own Picture Book (coming soon)
1. Annabella’s Crown Discussion Questions
Let’s Talk about the Story of Annabella’s Crown
Use these question with your children or students to help them think more deeply about the story and their relationship with God.
- How did the story of Annabella’s Crown make you feel?
- Do you have a favorite character? What did you like about that character?
- What would you have done if you were one of the princesses or princes to honor the king?
- What do you think the jewels in the story stood for?
- Why didn’t Annabella get jewels on her crown when her sisters did?
- What was the secret Annabella learned by the end of the story?
- Why do you think the three princesses each got jewels on their crowns for doing different things?
- Do you think God expects each of us to be the same? Why or why not?
- How has God made you unique, that is, different from others?
- How can you use the unique gifts God has given you to please Him?
- If each day is a treasure from God, how can you discover how to use that treasure?
- Christina and Annabella read the Ancient Writings of their father’s kingdom to find wisdom. What ancient writings do we have to help us learn God’s wisdom?
- Annabella learned that responding to her father in love was better than doing work he didn’t ask her to do. Sometimes we might do extra work or give up things to try to earn someone’s approval. But God wants our loving obedience rather than our sacrifices. Read about how King Saul of Israel learned that lesson the hard way (1 Samuel 15).
- Have you ever tried to do something good and had things go wrong because it was not what you were supposed to do? Tell or write about it.
- What changed in Annabella’s relationship with her father?
- How can Annabella’s experience in the story help you in your relationship with those God has put in authority over you (like your parents)?
- How can Annabella’s experience help us in our relationship with God?
- Do you have a relationship with God? That is, do you know Him personally through Jesus? If not, do you want to? See the last page of the book. Or see How Can I Know God. If you do know Jesus, then how can this story help you serve Him better?