What do you really love? Or as some might say, what do you enjoy doing? That thing that no one has to push you to do because you’re so into it you find yourself doing it with ease. The thing that brings out your smile and lightens your mood whenever you are doing it! Yes, that thing, what is it?

For some, it’s swimming, for others, it’s painting, dancing, reading, exercising, helping others, learning new skills, meeting new people, traveling, cooking, teaching, cycling, listening to music, watching movies/series, photography, creative writing…you get the idea. So, what’s yours?

To know what your passion is, you first have to know who you are. It’s only through self-awareness that you get to know what you’re passionate about.
Luckily, these amazing kids had already tackled self-awareness, therefore knowing what their passions were, came easy for them, see!

Some love animals, sports and acting.

Others traveling, swimming, dancing and gymnastics.

Others enjoy learning German, golfing and taekwondo.

While others love editing, DIY and painting.

If you’re still struggling to find out what your passion is, we’ll help simplify this phenomenon. Passion basically narrows down to these two things: your talents and your hobbies. Your talent basically meaning what you’re skilled at and your hobbies being activities you enjoy doing for leisure or to pass time. Now that should do it! If you’ve figured it out, definitely let us know down in the comments!

To wrap all this in a creative sense, we ended the lesson with a drawing and coloring session of ourselves. Either drawing a self-portrait or drawing ourselves doing something we’re passionate about.

Guys also spared a minute to explain what they drew.

Before we go, we’ll leave you with these amazing presentations on last week’s assignment on achievements. Enjoy!


What is it about successful people that makes them stand out. Could it be that unlike others, they were just born lucky? No, it can’t be. I think it’s the resilience in them to see things through; striving forward even through the tough times. Falling down and standing up time and time again and enduring through the storm. Yes, this must be it!

On arrival, we dove straight into some ice-breaking games to set the mood.

We played a different kind of the ‘Broken Telephone’ game where instead of mimicking a spoken word or sentence, we mimicked an action.

Guys also begged to play their beloved ‘Police and Robber’ game for a few minutes and so they did.

On to the main lesson of the day, resilience. The art of standing up every time you fall down and keeping on trying. We watched these clips to teach us more on the topic.

First: ‘The Hugging Tree.’

Then, ‘A Story About Resilience.’

A great quote from ‘The Story About Resilience’ which was so powerful to us was:

“You were knocked down, you fell over, you were pushed to the ground, but you always got up; you never stayed down.”

The Story About Resilience

Afterwards, we got to enjoy a coloring session of two print outs quoting; “My challenges help me grow

and “amazing things happen when you try.”

All in all it was a special session this one, probably the highlight of the day. No wait, we spoke too soon, read on to discover why.

In need of a break, we took some tea and headed outside to play some games and even football.

The craft was definitely the highlight of the day, because it was so much fun to do. Here’s some progress shots…

And here are the some nice pictures of guys posing with their projects. It’s not yet done though, but we must say it looks really amazing so far!

Presentation time! If you’re sad, this beautiful girl’s song will remind you that God is always on your side and if you know this, you’ll be happy.

Finalizing the presentations, we had this amazing duo do a poem for us.

As you can see, we had an amazing day. We wish we could stay a bit longer but sadly we have to go. See you next week, same place, same time. Bye, and always remember that ….


When you have a positive attitude, you have a clearer and better look on life. Positivity helps bring joy and good things to your life. Ask this guy…

As we let that sink in, let’s play a short spelling bee. Spell the word…including….

what about thigh….

and finally, stomach…

Well done, we’re can now continue with our lesson.

Don’t worry, we’re still on ‘Positivity’, however this time around, as a sales skill and how it can improve your business. We’ve got a surprise for you showcasing this at the end so read on!

Being optimistic doesn’t have to be something big. A small action such as smiling is all it takes to set a good mood for your business. This beautiful girl showcases this perfectly!

Talk about a good mood. Look at these amazing guys coloring their hearts out after the lesson. Yes, the quote says,

Believe you can and you will.

We’re going optimistic above and beyond!

We can’t get enough of this moment…

We can’t stress this enough…hahaha….

It’s been a while but the sun is shining, the day is so beautiful, lets go for swimming!

Hopefully you’ve got your energy back after that tea break because it’s craft time. Time to display those craftsmanship skills.

Please explain to those who weren’t here last Saturday on the steps to take.

Now they’re ready to start their projects as they stride to catch up.

We promised there was a surprise at the end. We always keep our promises so here it is. A short skit showcasing two types of sellers as taught during the lesson.

And the moral of the story is…

We hope you enjoyed being with us, till next time, bye!


Ah, letters! There’s just something about them that brings a feel good energy and gives a trip to memory lane of some good old times.

On arrival on June 11th, The Amazing Kids received this amazing surprise in form of a letter with these beautiful drawings and words around it saying “I love Amazing Kids”.

“A letter from an old friend”

This thoughtful and kind gesture was so heartwarming to us. Probably one of the best ways to start a day. A letter from a friend who used to be part of us. Thank you Jasmine!

Not wanting to cool the high energies, we played a balloon game.

“No discipline seems pleasant at the time but painful. Later on however, it produces a harvest of righteousness and peace for those who have been trained by it.”

Hebrews 12: 11

Discipline is a key aspect of a human being. Without it there would just be disobedience and chaos. With discipline comes morality and knowledge of right and wrong. As kids, we need to understand that when we’re corrected it’s for our own good and the society at large. We shared examples and stories of indiscipline around the world and their consequences and through them learning the value of discipline.

The money lesson was on “Communication Skills.” We learnt how to speak clearly to customers as this shows confidence in what you’re selling and greatly improves the number of sales. To drive this point home, we engaged in an activity whereby we designed an ad/ poster for our business and stood in-front of the class describing what we just created.

Here’s a snippet of us doing the activity.

and here’s some short snippets of guys briefly taking us through what they’re making.

All in all, we loved the activity and the experience too which tested our creativity skills.

We then took a breather with some tea, snacks and a short entertaining video clip,

then headed to the playground.

We started a new craft project and boy were we so eager to start!

We were preparing our boards for a string art project. Once we painted them, we left them in the sun to dry for a bit.

Who said you can’t have fun in between a project? We played a short “Broken Telephone” game as we waited.

We then carried on with painting our second coat on the boards for the color to pop!

The day had quickly come to an end as we finished off with taking this amazing picture with Teacher Ruth.

We hope you enjoyed our day, we’ll leave you with this highlight of the day, bye, see you next Saturday!

Let’s Do A Spelling Bee!

What is it about Amazing Kids’ Saturdays that screams out fun? Don’t believe me, let me explain.

We started our day with some good old spelling bee game. Guys teamed up and tackled their spelling bee challenges together.

Here’s a small taste.

These guys were spelling the word “dangerous”

Amazing Kids spelling the word “dangerous”

while these guys spelt the word “weird”.

Amazing Kids spelling the word “weird”

We’ve got to tell you, there’s some sharp minds in here because guys ended up spelling most of the words correctly.

On to the next one, guys hopped straight into the devotion to watch a video and learn all about self-discipline.

Amazing Kids watching a video on self-discipline

We watched this educative video.

YouTube Video about self-discipline

And guys shared their thoughts on what they took away from the video.

Amazing Kids share what they learnt from the self-discipline video
Amazing Kids share what they learnt from the self-discipline video
Amazing Kids share what they learnt from the self-discipline video

All in all, we all came out from the lesson having learnt that we are a product of our habits and that good habits lead to a happier life.

The money lesson had us learning about “Sales Skills”. The first sub-topic: “How Well Do You Know What You’re Selling?” A key selling point (pun intended😉) to determine if your business will be successful or not.

Afterwards, of course came the tea break, snacks, play time and all that fun stuff.

Ready or not here comes the art lesson! Okay, we’re kidding, guys were DEFINITELY ready for the art lesson and it showed, see!

Amazing Kids art session June 4th

Soon afterwards, we celebrated our friend winning the “Silver Badge”, hongera!!

Nearing the end of our day, we turned on the fun a notch higher with these exciting games.

First came the musical chairs as per popular demand…

Amazing Kids playing “Musical Chairs”

Then finished the day off with a game called “Cup”.

Amazing Kids playing “Cup”

Did we convince you that Amazing Kids’ Saturdays are always fun? We hope we did. Until next time, bye!

Trivia anyone?

As we all know by now, Amazing Kids sessions are always fun and creative. The Saturday of 21st May was no different.

First warm up with us for a minute. Do it with a little style if you can.

Trivia often push us to think just a little harder, a little smarter, and this one was no different. Time for a challenge, let us test you to see if you can solve these trivia. We believe you can do it! Okay let’s go!

What do you call a female deer?

Okay, second question, how many hearts does an octopus have?

Third question, which bird can fly backwards?

And to our final challenge, brace yourself, this could be a tough one. Which animals are trained by the US army to disarm under-water mines?

Did you get any correct? We hope you did and also learnt something new if you didn’t.

The devotion rolled on to a video clip and discussion on Bartimaeus. We learnt the value of speaking out. Just like Bartimaeus did till Jesus heard him and healed him from his blindness. We learnt that no matter how many times people push you down and insist that your opinion isn’t worthy to be heard, to keep fighting this negativity and speak out.

‘Be a Little Skeptical: Don’t Buy Everything You See’ was our lesson of the day. Amidst this advertisement world, we are bound to finally cave in to companies’ marketing strategies and end up buying stuff we don’t really need. In this lesson we tackled all that and several ways to avoid this advertisement trap.

Guys were elated to finally get a breather in the field

and then share some snacks and stories even.

They also got a chance to practice a dance to be showcased during the presentation.

We know you know what time it is, Art Time! We made leaf cutouts and also painted the sun. The project was nearing to its end. The following Saturday we would put this all together to form one nice painting.

The long awaited presentations were finally here, and guys didn’t dilly-dally any further to show us the dance they had been practicing during the day.

And of course the weekly highlight came from the presentations, this talented amazing girl over here wowed us all for sure!

14th of May

Painting, games, learning, fun and games were all the highlights of this day. Follow along to experience it too, through us of course🙂.

Did you know that King Saul was Israel’s first King? This we learnt during the devotion in the morning. However, the main theme was on his success and failure. How after being so renown and praised by his people he fell due to his disobedience towards God.

Did we mention we played some games?

a lot of games.

We even played musical chairs

Still continuing with our theme on money, we learnt ‘Money Comes To Those Who Wait.’ That is, having patience when finances are involved and most importantly avoiding the ‘Buy Now Pay Later Mentality’ which could lead to a rabbit hole of debts in future.

To challenge ourselves if we had surely learnt something from the lesson, we had this discussion.

All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. We had plenty of time after to go outside, have a breather, play in the playground and field and also bond with our friends. After which we were so hungry and went ahead to take our snacks and tea back in class.

Art sessions always bring a different vibe with them. In our case, it brings out the creativity, focus, attention to detail and most importantly the team-work skills in us.

We prepared our canvases accordingly, for our first goal of the lesson

then dove straight into painting for step 2.

The day was a success. We learnt and achieved our goals for the day. Prayers from 4 amazing kids were held as we departed thereafter with our parents for home.

7th of May

After a 3 weeks April holiday break, the Amazing Kids Club finally resumed on the 7th of May. Grab on your seat belts and let us take you through the day.

We dove straight into some indoor games, and it was so much fun! It felt as if we had never taken a break for the holidays at all, as guys were all in sync. See!

We started with a ‘Pass the Message’ game

Then decided to sit down for the ‘What Did You Hear’ game

Followed by a game we’d like to call “Chinese Burger.”

And finally, police and robber

By the time we were done with the games, everyone had finally arrived and so that meant it was time to gather around, pray then share how our holiday was.

Afterwards, we did some early morning warm up exercises and a little bit of dance.

We took a few minutes to refresh ourselves on the dance moves we had been learning throughout the season.

Just when we thought it couldn’t get any more fun, the teacher taught us a new game called “Police, Killer, Doctor and The Villagers.” Here as you can see the game demanded us to be creative, skeptical and analytical in certain situations.

Time for the life-skill was on. The lesson for the day was on “Money Doesn’t Grow on Trees.” We learnt about the value of money and that money is earned through working.

We then headed to the field to have some play-time with our friends and the teachers.

Then had some delicious snacks and tea afterwards during our tea break.

At the start of our art session, the teacher took us through the guidelines of the project.

And then paired us into groups where we went ahead to accomplish our goals for the session through creativity and teamwork.

Here are some pictures of us being goofy and proud of ourselves for having finished step 1 of our project.

And to end our day, we had this amazing girl wow us with her amazing voice!

The Royal Experience

On the 9th of April, The Amazing Kids Club decided to pay a visit to the Royal Golf Club. Little did we know that this would be a fun packed day full of exciting activities that we would not forget.

Guys arrived at the venue in time for the morning Zumba-warm up exercise.

Having warmed up those muscles guys were ready for the actual dance lesson.

Water break!

The guys then engaged in a small game to raise their energies once again

before deciding to have a go at the gym.

Now came the best segment. Or to say it in their own words, “Highlight of the day.” It was time for the team building games. The facilitator in charge divided us into two groups: Team Pink and Team Yellow. These 2 teams were to go against each other in the games that follow.

First was the relay racing

then the ring toss

then filling the bottle

and finally a tag of war.

And of course the monkeys too were in full attendance.

Whew! Now that was fun!

It was time for the guys to take a break. Guys had a starter snack and tea and then a delicious lunch thereafter.

They then headed for swimming and finally ended the day with a nice painting session.

See fun as promised. Guys were sad to see Amazing Kids leave and wondered if they would have another Amazing Kids fun day. The Amazing Kids gave them a sound, straight answer “YES!”

The Story of Tabitha

Until you have real compassion, you can not recognize real love

Bob Thurman

Hello there 👋🏽

Let us take you through the day and also learn all about love and compassion.

We start the day with a few interesting games. The two in particular that stand out are the “Broken Telephone” and “Concentration Game.” Here’s the concentration game.

Nice right. Now let’s practice the dance.

The devotion segment would stand out for the rest of the day. We learn about “Love and Compassion.” The teacher tells us the story of Tabitha to help us understand the topic well enough.

We learn about Tabitha a believer who lived in Joppa. She loved helping people and more so through her sowing. She made for others clothes like shirts, coats and robes which made her a people’s favorite in Joppa. However, Tabitha fell ill and died. This brought sadness to the people of Joppa who knew her. They cried in grief remembering all that she had done for them. In the midst of all this, it came to their attention that Peter, a disciple of Christ was in the near-by town of Lydda. So, they sent out two men to go fetch Peter to come raise Tabitha from the dead through Jesus Christ. And so they did. On arrival, the widows showed Peter all the clothes she had made for them. Peter then cleared the room and prayed for Jesus to raise Tabitha from the dead. When he uttered the words “Tabitha, get up”, Tabitha opened her eyes and sat up. What a miracle indeed!

From Tabitha’s story, we learn to always love and help those around us as a way to shine our light on others as Christ has shined His light on us. To end the devotion, we give a few examples of how we can start doing good for others in our lives.

After devotion, we then go for swimming yay! Then take our tea and snacks.

After which we play another game called “Charades.”

It’s now time for the craft project. As you might remember, we started a kite project last Saturday which we are supposed to complete today. So we pull up our sleeves and focus.

After completing our kites, we do our final prayers together then run out to the field to test out and play with our kites that we just made before our parents pick us up.