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Faith Bible Crafts

Seeds of Faith Craft and Bible Verse Review Game

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The following craft comes from the Sunday School Lesson "Seeds of Faith" on The Resource Room.

This craft can be used as a review game or a tool to help your children stay in God's word.

Children color a seed packet in class and place the seed shapes with either words from the Bible verse written on them or Bible verses that will help them grow in their faith.

The back of the seed packet says:

"These "seeds of faith" will help you grow, through God's power, a lovely child of God who will produce abundant fruit of God's glory.

When to plant: Effective in all zones. Plant anytime of the year.

How to Plant: Start seeds indoors or outdoors anytime of the day or year. The earlier the better! Plant new seeds daily to insure a continuous crop of the Fruit of the Spirit. Fertilize with lots of love and understanding.

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"Growing in God's Love" Growing Flower Craft

Growing in God's Love" Growing Flower Craft for Children's Ministry

What you will need:

Construction paper

Card Stock

Razor or Exacto Knife

Tape

Glue

Scissors

 

How to make:

1. Before class cut large heart shapes from construction paper. (A printable pattern is available to members.) Cut two slits using an Exato Knife in the heart so that the stem can be inserted into the heart as shown in the picture.

2. Cut out a stem from green card stock, 9" x 3/4" wide for each child.

3. In class show the children how to insert the stems in the cards so that the flower can be moved up and down to look like it is growing. Provide construction paper, glue, and tape so they can design their own flowers. If you have young children precut some flower shapes for the children who have a hard time cutting.

*My second graders did this craft. I thought they might think it was too babyish, but they all seemed to enjoy it. Also, to save paper I used my bag of left over paper scraps from previous craft projects.

I used the "Growing in God's Love" craft with my 3-5 year old Sunday School class this morning. I pre-made the craft, and just had flowers from which the children could choose. They glued on their flowers using glue sticks. My 7 year old daughter, Kerry, had a great idea for an addition to the craft. We made leaves to attach to the stem. One leaf was attached to the stem so that it was just above the words "Growing in God's love." On the leaf, we wrote the words, "Who is...(Growing in God's love?)." On the paper above the words, we wrote "____ is..." When the stem was pulled upwards, the words then read, "____ is growing in God's love." We also cut a little larger heart out of card stock and glued the pattern heart onto the card stock heart. It was a beautiful. I used it in conjunction with a creation lesson, "God made us and we belong to God." The children loved it, and their parents were very impressed, too! Thanks,Rita

 

 

"Plant the Seeds" Bible Verse Review Game

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What you will need:

Paper

Brown Construction Paper

Stapler

Scissors

Marker

Colored Pencils

 

What to do:

1. Patterns for this activity are available to members.

2. Prepare the seed display before class according to the directions.

3. Review the Bible verse with your students. Place all the seeds in their correct positions in your display and go over the verse several times.

4. Take all the seeds out of the display and put them in a bowl with the extra seeds face down.

5. Have the children take turns picking a seed and placing it in the appropriate place on the display if it has a word written on it. If the seed doesn't have a word, the child does nothing on his turn.

6. When a child has picked a place where he thinks the seed should go, have him lift up the flower flap to see if the word on the seed matches the word written underneath the flower. If it does, leave it there and tape up the flap so that the flower and word are displayed. If it doesn't match, have the child try another place to place the seed. When he gets it right, have him say the Bible verse.

7. Keep going until all the children have had a turn and all the words are in their correct place.

 

 

Hide Your Words in My Heart Chain

heart chain

What you will need: Different colors of construction paper or typing paper, scissors, stapler, and markers

How to make:

1. A pattern for this craft is available to members on The Resource Room.

2. Place five sheets for different colors of paper together, one on top the other, and place the heart link pattern on top. Staple the pattern on top of the sheets of paper placing the staples on four sides of the paper and in the center. This will keep the patterns from moving when you cut.

3. Cut out the shapes and then cut the Y-shaped lines in the center of the links by folding the handle of the hearts in half and cutting from the fold down to the heart. Unfold, and then cut the two top lines to make the Y shape. Cut through the paper, unfold, and finish cutting the line. Make sixteen heart links for each child.

4. In class have your children write one word of the verse on each of their links and then create a chain of hearts that spells out the verse. Slide one of the links behind and through the slit on the new link, turn it, and pull it up against the top of the link.

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The Sunflower Parable

The Sunflower Parable by Liz Curtis Higgs

Logan wants to grow sunflowers that reach all the way to heaven by the end of the summer. With the help of his wise father, Logan learns how important it is to not only plant seeds in the ground, but to plant them in them in the hearts of his friends.

Read "The Sunflower Parable: Special 10th Anniversary Edition (Parable Series) " by Liz Curtis Higgse hearts of his friends and neighbors.

 

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First Aid for the Soul

 

God Heals Us Bible Crafts and Activities

Go to the God Heals Us Bible Crafts and Activities Page for these crafts.

 

 

Fishers of Men Sunday School Lesson
Craft and Activity Ideas

 

This lesson is also avaible as a free sample Bible lesson.

 

 

Food - Bible Crafts

 

7-Eleven Candy Bible Verse Matchup Game

7-Eleven Candy Bible Verse Matchup Game from www.daniellesplace.com ©2014

Children matchup Bible verse cards to popular candy that can be found at 7-Eleven for about $8.00.

After your children have matched up all the candy to the verses, you can make a "How Sweet are Your Words" poster with the candy wrappers.

For more information see the Printable Bible Verse Games Page.

Printable Bible verses in both KJV and NIV are available to members.

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Make Scratch and Sniff Pictures

sunday school scratch and sniff fruit pictures bible craft

Add one or two tablespoons of water to a package of powdered Kool-aid. Draw pictures of fruit on a piece of paper and write at the top “God gives us good food”. Have the children paint with the appropriate Kool-aid mixture to make fruits that actually smell like the picture they are painting. When the pictures are dry, show them how to scratch them with their fingernails to smell the fruit.

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Look at Food Pictures

Bring in Food Pictures, some healthy and some not so healthy (recipe cards work well for this). Hold up two pictures at a time, one healthy and one not so healthy. Ask the children which would be a better choice to eat for dinner. Explain that we don’t want to eat too many desserts because they are not very healthy and that we should eat them after we have eaten healthier foods.

 

 

Play with Fruity Putty

Fruity Putty

What you will need:
0.3 -ounce package of sugar free fruit flavored gelatin
2 cups flour
1 cup salt
4 tablespoons cream of tartar
2 cups boiling water
2 tablespoons cooking oil

How to make:
Mix the dry ingredients in a pan. Add the boiling water and cooking oil. Stir
over medium-high heat until the mixture forms a ball. Place the ball on waxed
paper to cool. Store in an airtight container. Cut the fruit picture from the
gelatin box and paste to the lid. Use different flavors to make all different
colors and smells.

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“God Gives us Good Food” Stuffed Carrot

sunday school god gives us food carrot bible craft

What you will need:


White cotton material, pinking shears, sewing machine, black permanent marker, orange and green crayons or paint or markers, and polyester fiber fill, yarn.

How to make:

1. Before class print out the Carrot Pattern, cut it out, and place it on the white material.  Trace around the pattern and then cut out the material.

2. Fold and sew the material where indicated on the pattern.

3. Turn the fabric right side out. Using a black marker, write down the side of the carrot near the seam “God gives us good food”.

4. Have the children paint or color the bottom two-thirds of the material orange and the top 1/3 of the material green. Let them draw a face on their carrot with a black marker if they would like.

5. When a child is done coloring show him how to stuff the carrot with fiber fill about 2/3s full.

6. To finish tie the carrot closed with a piece of yarn by gathering up the material where the green and orange colors meet. *Having the children stuff the carrot first and then using markers or water color paints work best. Coloring the material is kind of hard for little children. The material moves around quite a bit, although it does work okay.

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Thank You For the Food We Eat

Cut out carrot shapes from card board and give your children cut-up orange pieces of tissue paper and green pieces of tissue paper to glue onto the shape. Cut out banana shapes from card board and give your children yellow pieces of tissue paper to glue onto the shape. Sent in by Jeannette

 

 

Thank You for the Food We Eat - Dinner

Photocopy an outline of a plate, knife, and fork and give your children ideas for different types of food they can glue to their plates. Use long cream-colored rectangles for chips, a white oval and orange circle to make fried eggs, a long brown oval to make sausage, etc. Sent in by Jeannette

 

 

Necklace

Thread Cheerios onto licorice shoelaces to create a food necklace.

 

 

Soul Food Bible Lesson

This lesson is available to members only on The Resource Room.

 

 

Taste and See that the Lord is Good - Recipe for Happiness

sunday school Gingerbread man Christian Bible craft for Sunday school
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sunday school Recipe File box bible craft
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These crafts comes goes with the Bible lesson "Taste and See that the Lord is Good" on The Resource Room.

 

Taste and See - Bread of Life Bible Crafts

Paper Plate Recipe Card Holder from www.daniellesplace.com

See "Bread of Life" Crafts Page.

 

 

Friends

 

Ladybug Friends

 

Free Sunday School Lesson for Children - For a complete lesson, activities and crafts go to the Resource Room Sample Lesson Page for "Ladybug Friends".

 

 

Friends Honor Each Other - Mary Honors Jesus

 

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