For some of you - you'll be trying to pull off the impossible at church this week. Trying to bring something meaningful to a group of kids who have such a wide variety of things going on inside their heads.
So here's a tip (but let me warn you, it's not easy) ~ try and share something meaty. As in Hebrews 5.12 and I Corinthians 3.2. In these verses Paul is saying he has to go to milk before he can get to the solid food... but in my experience, so many of our kids have been on milk for years and years, and I suspect that if we treated them as people with growing questioning minds, that actually want to know more about the real God, then we'd get more enthusiasm in our Sabbath schools.
Now I am not saying that you should not try and make it interesting. They deserve interesting, but don't equate interesting with fluff - for that is rarely the case.
And I'm not saying that you should stuff information into to them so that other parents/teachers will say what a great teacher you are - kids see through this really really well.
Just treat them like people. People with burning questions about life and their place in the grand universe of things.