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Drama Queens & Blow Up Kings

Drama Queens & Blow Up Kings

$ 35.00

Drama Queens & Blow Up Kings - 4 Week Series

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A fast food look at junior high drama. Do your middle schoolers stir up a lot of drama?

Sure they do! You might even call middle school girls, "Drama Queens" and the guys “Blow Up Kings.” 

Instead of reacting to the drama stirred up by students, wouldn't it be great if you could give them the tools needed to minimize it BEFORE the drama explodes?

Sure, in a perfect world you would, but let's get real. Drama seems to follow jr high students from the beginning of time. So, is it really possible?

The answer to that question lies in the hands of your students. They possess the power to minimize the drama.

It's your job to give them the tools they need.

That's where this series comes in to play. Use it as a tool to help students minimize the drama around them. Use it as a guide and tailor fit it to your students. 

Each week, the series uses various types of "fast food" to drive home the point of the message. Take a look at the overview below.

Drama Queens & Blow Up Kings Overview

Week 1: In & Out 
2 Timothy 2:22-24 
Description: The drama we show to others comes directly from the drama we fill our own lives with; garbage in, garbage out.
Visuals: Tabloids/Celebrity Gossip Magazines, Fast Food Meal 


Week 2: Hot N Juicy: Gossip
2 Timothy2:22-24 
Description: Gossip is a spiritual deadly sin and multi-layered problem that IS the center of Jr. High drama. 
Visuals: Wendy’s ‘Triple Cheese Hot N Juicy’ hamburger or similar fast food sandwich with 3 layers and 20-25 fast food style ketchup packets. 


Week 3: White Lies: Little Half Truths?
2 Timothy 2:22-24
Description: White lies are another piece for JH drama that sneaks into the Christian’s life.
Visuals: A White Castle “Sack” of 5 mini-hamburgers


Week 4: Shake It Up! A new mix on Junior High drama
2 Timothy 2:22-24 
Description: We need to shake things up and create a whole new mix for our lives, in our schools, with friends, and around our family when it comes to drama.
Visuals: A fast food milk shake

What You Get

  • Fun opening game 
  • Creative teaching
  • Engaging small group discussion questions
  • Eye catching object lessons
  • Cool video/visual illustrations
  • Interactive small group activities 

Each Lesson Includes

  • Lesson comes in both Word Document and PDF. Edit as needed and easily share with your volunteers. 
  • Series artwork for promotional purposes (flyer, web banner, handout, etc.) 
  • Complete PowerPoint slides (widescreen)

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