I have a 6 year old daughter and a 4 year old son. The newest, coolest think at our house is for me to tell a story and they act it out.
So, there we were acting out a new episode of Spy Kids. The two Spy Kids defeated Mr. Mischief with their cool gadgets and smart brains. At the end of the story, my daughter says, "Ok, now let's do it silly." I looked confused and she knew it. "You know, at the end they do it silly."
It clicked, she wanted to do the out takes. So, there we were, doing out takes. It was hilarious. They didn't need their narrator.
"OK, kids, it's time for Bible story, prayer and to bed."
I told the story of Jesus letting the children come to Him. They acted it out. Oh, yes, you guessed it. They wanted to do out takes of the Bible story. So, we did.
Take One: "Let the little children come to...whew, who farted?"
Take Two: "Let the little children come to me - except that one, does he need to go to the bathroom?"
Take Three: "Let the little Chickies come to...oops, I'm sorry."
Take Four: "Let the, the - who's coming to me. Man, I forgot my line."
There's a sample of the Bible out takes. Very funny.
Rest assured, I explained to them the difference between the movies and the stories of the Bible. Movies are imagination and Bible stories really happened.