Educational crafts with how-to craft videos, DIY kids' crafts, games and STEM and STEAM activities designed to make teaching and learning fun. Bible-based crafts, and great resources for Sunday school teachers, children's ministry, preschool teachers, library programs, home school teachers, and special occasions.
This craft is great for children of all ages. They will love folding and unfolding the sticks.
To get directions, a printable pattern, and see a video on how to make this craft go to the Bible Crafts About Love Page 2.
Children learn about otters and then color their otter to match pictures of otters and write otter facts on sheets of paper that can be stored in the other's stomach.
Go to the Otter Crafts Page for directions and more information about this craft.
Children glue an orgami hen and chick to a poem page to make this Mother's Day card.
"Under Your Wings I'm safe and secure. Some day you'll open them so I can soar!
Go to Mother's Day Crafts Page 4 for patterns.
Older children add their own words to their Bible dictionaries and then draw illustrations to help them remember the words.
Go to the The Bible - Sunday School Crafts Page for a link to printable patterns.
Children try to find Punxsutawney Phil while reviewing math facts, vocabulary, spelling and other lesson facts.
This game consists of three printable pages, and twelve different groundhog playing pieces.
Children learn about their God-given talents through the story of Joseph. They color the activity sheet and then glue on talent cards that represent the talents they think God has given them.
You can find this printable activity sheet on the Joseph Bible Lesson Page.
Children find out what Peter says at Pentecost and flames appear over the disciples' heads when they move the popup craft back and forth.
To get directions, a printable pattern, and see a video on how to make this craft go to the Pentecost Bible Crafts and Bible Games Page.
Children make yarn crosses and then write their Bible verse around the edge of the frame. Costing less than ten cents each this craft can be used for just about any Bible lesson. It would also be great for VBS or as a gift for outreach programs!
Go to the Cross Crafts for Sunday School for directions.
Children will love acting out the Bible story of Naaman by making him wash seven times in the Jordan River by simply moving the Popup craft from left to right. A fish pop ups every time Naaman dips into the water to wash.
Go to the Naaman Bible Crafts Page for directions and more information about this craft.