The Keep Quiet Challenge for KIDS - Teaching Children How to Tame Their Tongues

This 12-week Bible study will help kids learn how to glorify the Lord with their lips.

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Written just for kids, this Bible study will help children get a grip on their behavior and learn how to manage their mouths.

The Keep Quiet Challenge for Kids focuses on areas that children tend to struggle in:

  • Talking Back
  • Grumbling & Complaining
  • Whining
  • Begging
  • Lying
  • And more!

You are not alone...

We asked moms why they needed the Keep Quiet Challenge for KidsWe had hundreds of replies and they all sang the same tune –  struggles with grumbling, lying, talking back, begging…

"I can foresee this study being a game changer for our whole family."

Molly, Maine

"The tattling and lying starts first thing in the morning for our five kids.... I need help!"

Eve, Washington

"I am almost to my breaking point. We all need to learn some respect for each other. I'm mentally and physically exhausted. I can't wait for this to be released."

Heather, North Carolina

"We need a Bible study like this for our children, because we are both so tired of the grumbling and complaining that comes with chore time, school time, any time!"

Sunny, West Virginia

"My children let me know just how much they want to be in charge by talking back frequently, sometimes lying, and also begging. This study would be a great way for us to learn to tame our tongues together and bring more peace to our home."

Kayla, Tennessee

"This is something my family needs! The kids keep arguing, whining, and begging till I lose my cool, and this means the atmosphere in our home is not the peaceful, joy-filled atmosphere I long for. I need help!"

Melissa, Okinawa, Japan

​​Best suited for grades 3-6, this study is flexible for younger children if you work through it with them and older children based on maturity (the stories might be “too young” for some older kids).

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Do your children have a habit of talking back?

As a child I was nicknamed “mouth.” I had a terrible habit of talking back. The Lord saw fit to give me a child that was a mirror image of myself at her age. Thanks God.

Talking back is a terrible habit that is difficult to break. When we look at what Scripture says about those who are hasty with their words, it helps to show what fools we become when we talk back.

“Whoever is slow to anger has great understanding, but he who has a hasty temper exalts folly.” Proverbs 14:29 ESV

Do you see a man who is hasty in his words? There is more hope for a fool than for him.” Proverbs 29:20 ESV

Do you hear endless whining when you say "No"?

Whining to me is like nails on a chalkboard. Nothing can grate on my nerves quite like whining.

How do your children respond when they are told, “No”? Do they accept the answer, or do they whine and beg and hope that if they make enough of a fuss that you will just give in so they will stop asking?

Children have mastered the art of whining, haven’t they? 

Teach your kids to hold their tongues instead of whining by diving into what God’s Word says about it and using practical, kid-friendly action steps to break the habit.

"My children are constantly using negative words, criticizing one another, whining, begging and talking back; despite my advice to not speak unless you have something kind to say. I would love to have an easy to follow study that guides them toward loving kindness and respect for everyone."

- Michelle, Indiana

Do YOU need the Keep Quiet Challenge for yourself?

Written specifically to women, the original Keep Quiet Challenge used alongside the Kids version can bring everlasting change to your family!

“I am so glad you’ve launched this program. I am a mom of three, married to a wonderful man, and I am so tired of my mouthiness and my sinful words… I have done anger-management courses, learned scripture, and even fasted for this. I can see the yucky words and tones creeping in to my daughters’ and son’s mouths and hearts – and it kills me. I don’t want to cause them to stumble.” – Claire

Learn more about the Keep Quiet Challenge for women.

Help! My son's mouth is like a volcano.

“We desperately need this Bible study for my son. He opens his mouth and words fly out, without giving any thought to consequences or how much damage they can cause.  His mouth is like a volcano, erupting at any time – and all the time!– Judy, Nova Scotia, Canada

The bad habit of not thinking before we speak isn’t just applicable to our kids. Sometimes they learn this habit from us.

If you are going through the Keep Quiet Challenge yourself, now you can learn new habits along with your family using this Kids version that is relatable to younger people.

Can you tell what your kids are thinking from their facial expressions?

Some people don’t even need to say one word and you still can read their thoughts.

Have your kids perfected “the look” that lets people know how they feel? Maybe it’s an eye roll or scowl.

Chances are, we also have “that look” down pat (that’s one of our Challenges in the adult version of the Keep Quiet Challenge).

Let’s help our children understand that wearing our words on our face is just as bad as speaking our thoughts aloud.

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"I have no greater joy than to hear that my children are walking in the truth." 3 John 1:4 ESV