It’s a great question with no easy answers. All kids are different. All families are different. All house churches are different.
We’re going to try to post suggestions and ideas for the kids here on the Summithome site (there’s a link on right sidebar).
69th Street Project
Right now, the folks at the 69th Street Summit Fellowship are working on adapting the Sonship Study approach to kids.
Sonship, as you may know, is an approach to getting together that encourages everyone to “listen” to the direction of the Spirit through the scriptures (a link is on the menu above). It is not a curriculum, per se. It is a template to give direction for listening to the Spirit and to help disciples to step into their proper relationship as sons and daughters of the Lord.
69th Street is hoping to be able to make what they are learning available to other fellowships after they have have gone through it themselves. One thing, though. Sonship by its nature, is to be passed on relationally. It isn’t dispensed like Sunday school materials. That means if fellowships are to use it, the adults should have used the Sonship Study in their gatherings.