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Church Crafts and Activities
For Sunday School

How to Make Crafts and Activities Relating to Church Including: We Are Church Activity Sheet, Build a Church Stickers, Stained Glass Window Craft, Church Action Rhyme

 

"We Are the Church" Activity Sheet

We Are the Church Activity and Coloring Sheet Bible Craft from www.daniellesplace.com

What you will need:

Printer paper

Crayons

Markers or colored pencils

Glue or Tape

 

Children open and close the door of the church to see the people inside. (Pattern Available to Members Only).

Note: The Bible verse on the picture is, “Which is his body, the fullness of him that filleth all in all.” Eph. 1:23

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Church Activity Sheet

Church Bible Craft for Sunday School from www.daniellesplace.com

What you will need:

Printer paper

Crayons

Markers or Colored Pencils

Clear Contact Paper

Different Colors of Tissue Paper

 

How to Make Church Activity Sheet:

1. Before class print out the Church Pattern and make copies (Available to Members Only). Cut up tissue paper into tiny pieces, less than one inch. Cut contact paper into pieces that are just a little bigger than the windows of the church.

2. In class have your children color the church picture and then cut out the windows.

3. Give each child three pieces of contact paper. Peel the back off of one of the pieces and show your children how to stick the tissue paper to the sticky side of the contact paper. Tell them to try not to stick the tissue to the side of the paper so that they can stick the contact paper with the tissue on the back of their pictures to cover the windows.

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Stained Glass Window Church Craft

3d Church Bible Crafts for Sunday School from www.daniellesplace.com

Even very young children will enjoy this project. Two and three year old children will enjoy making the stained glass window paper and coloring the church. You can complete the rest of the project for them.

What you will need:

Paper

Paint

Glue

Crayons

 

How to make a stained Glass Window Church:

To make the church print out the Steeple Pattern and Church Pattern on heavy paper. Note: You can print this pattern at 125% if you change the margins to the smallest possible. (Printing Problems?)

1. Cut on the dark lines only.

2. If you want to make the stained glass windows cut out the windows.

3. Make the stained glass paper (directions follow) or color the windows.

4. Paint or color the church and steeple if desired.

5. Fold on the lighter lines to form a church and steeple. Glue together.

6. To make the Stained Glass put blobs of different colors of paint on a sheet of paper.

7. Fold the paper in half and rub. Open and let dry.

8. After paper is dry cut paper to fit into window.

9. Glue stained glass to inside of the church so that the painted side can be seen through the windows.

How to Print or Copy These Instructions.

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Church Action Rhyme

Sunday School Bible activity hand action rhyme 2 from www.daniellesplace.com

This is a very old poem, but you never forget it.

Here is the church

( Children intertwine their finger so that the fingers are inside their hands.)

Sunday School Bible activity hand action rhyme 1 from www.daniellesplace.com

Here is the steeple

( Children put their two pinkie finger up to form the steeple.)


Sunday School Bible activity hand action rhyme 3 from www.daniellesplace.com

Open the doors and see all the people

(Children turn their hands inside out.)

 

Here is a new version I wrote - "Here is the church, here is the steeple, but it wouldn't be a church without all the people."

How to Print or Copy these instructions.

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Thank you, thank you, thank you. I have used the free crafts on your site for about a year now, and I just subscribed to the resource room and bought the We Can Learn e-book. What a wonderful resourcefor my preschool class at church!!! You have been used mightily in the work we are doing in Elkton, SD, and I hope to continue with the blessing your website has been.

 

 

Church Stained Glass Window

Sent in by Juanita Bacon

Sunday School Church Stained Glass Window Craft bible craft from www.daniellesplace.com

What you will need:

Card stock or Construction Paper

Clear Contact Paper

Several Colors of the Tissue Paper cut into about one-inch size pieces (all kinds of shapes)

Yarn or ribbon for hanging

Printed verse to go on bottom of the window shape. (Optional)

Note: If you have small children, do all the cutting and just let them the glue the tissue paper.

 

How to Make a Stained Glass Window:

Sunday School Church Stained Glass Window Craft bible craft 2 from www.daniellesplace.com

1. Before class fold a piece of construction paper or card stock in half. Cut a shape out of the center with an Exacto knife. You can use any shape.

2. Cut out a lot of the small pieces of multicolored tissue paper, store in Ziplock bags. You will need about 50 pieces for each project.

3. Cut a cross from construction. (All you need for a cross is a long and short strip.) or any other shape that will fit in the center of the cut out window.

4. Cut pieces of contact paper to fit in the window shape you cut out of the construction paper.

5. In class peel off the back of the contact paper and stick it over one of the window shapes.

6. Let your children place the color tissue paper all over the transparency so they are overlapping

7. Have them glue the cut out cross or other shape to the center of the contact paper.

8. When your children are done glue folded halves of the construction paper together.

10. Punch a hole in top center and put in the yarn to hang.

11. Glue the memory verse to the bottom of the window.

How to Print or Copy these Instructions.

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I have been teaching Sunday School and Children's church for over 30 years in various places (my husband was military). I use active "hands on" activities and dress in costumes etc. But I have been doing this for so long I was beginning to feel a little dry. Now I have your web site and the new ideas have just been what God has ordered to get my creative juices going for His Glory once again.
Thank you I appreciate this site and all the wonderful ideas.
PTL Nancy Eldridge

I am tickled with the ideas I find on your website! I work with small children one Saturday per month and although I don't always use the lesson, the craft is always a hit. When I am inspired by the Lord to use a particular subject, I can find support material at The Resource Room. When I don't feel so inspired, I browse your website and always find the perfect material! I also purchased your book and it is a great saver when unexpected occasions arise. May the Lord continue to use you to spread His word. Jessie

When I first started teaching at my church. I was really nervous because I was not organized, not knowing how or what to teach I was ready to give up because I did not want to be one of those teachers that just give the children something to color. I really wanted them to learn. Well I came across this website and every Wednesday I am excited going into class and teaching your lessons. I thank God first and thank you because you have been a blessing in my life as well as the children. Tammy