Use crafts and interactive activities to teach children about what they should treasure. You will find two different treasure-themed crafts, Bible verse learning activities, hands-on Bible lesson review and activity sheets to reinforce the learning concepts in this lesson. Go to the What Do You Treasure? Bible Lesson Page to access this material.
Use this cheap and easy Astronaut on the Moon 3D Display for your space-themed VBS. Children glue o-rings to a half foam ball and then smooth aluminum foil over the ball to make the moon scape. To finish they glue on the astronaut holding a flag that says, "Jesus is Out of This World!". This craft cost less than sixy cents per craft. You can find even more space-related Bible crafts on the Space-themed VBS Page.
In this lesson children learn how to turn greed into gratitude through the story of the rich farmer from Luke 12:13-34 including Bible crafts and activities for children of all ages, fun games, and interactive Bible stick puppets. See The Parable of the Rich Bible Lesson.
Children color the clock picture and big hand pattern. The big hand is attached to the clock pattern and message wheel pattern on the back of the clock picture. When a child moves the wheel, the big hand moves around the clock. When the hand reached the number 12, the clock says, "Happy New Years". Directions and patterns for this craft are available on New Year Crafts Page 2.
Help your students start the New Year off with a bang! Children set a few goals and list good things about themselves and things they can do to improve. They are encouraged to share something, help, spend time with someone, and go somewhere new. Also included are three important quotes about success that children can memorize to motivate them to succeed. Directions and patterns for this craft are available on New Year Crafts Page 2.
Children color the pictures on the calendar pages and then add their friends brithdays. See the Calendar of Scriptures Bible Crafts Page for printables.
Children will enjoy having a mini book of their very own to review Ecclesiastes 3:1-4. Pictures help them memorize the first four verses of this chapter. You can also use the pictures without the words as flash cards to help your children review the Bible verse.See the Martha and Mary Sunday School Crafts and Activity Page.
Students match the pictures to the Bible verse pharses by writing the number on each picture next to the corresponding words. This activity sheet and other activities for Ecclesiastes 3:1-4 is available on the Mary and Martha Bible Crafts and Activities Page.
Children match the numbers on the grapes to the numbers on the Bible verse to reveal the complete verse. Available in both KJV and NIV. See the "I am the Vine" Bible Crafts and Activities For Sunday School
Children discover the nine fruit of the spirit by looking up related Bible verses and filling in the blanks. This sheet includes both NLT and one NIV Bible verse. See the Fruit of the Spirit Activity Sheet page.
This little messenger bee holds a coloring sheet with the Beatitudes on it in both KJV or NIV. Children color the bee pattern, roll it up, and place in inside the bee. Go to the The Beatitudes - Blessed are the Peacemakers Bible Lesson.
Use these puppets and background to present your Good Samaritan Bible lesson, or have your students use them to review the lesson by creating a puppet skit. Go to the "God Made Me Helping Hands" Bible Lesson Page for more information.
"Abigail Keeps the Peace" Bible Lesson for Children about David, Nabal, and Abigail including interactive Bible lesson, Bible Review Games, and Bible Verse Review Activity and Coloring Sheets.
Firefly Faith Bible Lesson - God gave fireflies the ability to produce light called bioluminescence. We also produce light when Jesus lives in us. Jesus takes away the darkness in our hearts and replaces it with love and light. That light grows brighter the more our faith grows. The more we study God's word, pray, and follow Jesus' example, the more people will recognize Jesus working through us. Soon we have a living light that isn't easily extinguished or turns on and off when our circumstances change.
Armor of God Activities Sheet for Children, cut and paste activity sheets, coloring sheets, armor pieces in both black and white and color, and label the armor pieces. See the Armor of God Crafts and Activities Page 1.
Nine Fruit of the Spirit Coloring Sheets for Children's Ministry. Each coloring sheet has a Bible verse relating to that Fruit of the Spirit. These coloring sheets come in KJV, NIV, and ESV. Each picture uses a full-sized sheet. Use with the Fruit of the Spirit Bible lessons on The Resource Room. See the Fruit of the Spirit Coloring Sheets Page for more information.
In this series of lessons, children learn what it means to be in God’s army. In the Belt of Truth lesson children learn that knowing the truth will help them fight any spiritual battle because the devil tries to zap us with lies and temptations.
In this series of lessons children learn that God has given them everything they need to live for him. The shoes of peace will help them to stand firm and not run from trouble. We receive peace and confidence in Christ through the gospel.
Each week children learn how David used “the armor of God” to fight his battles and how they can use the Armor of God to fight their own battles. In this lesson chidlren learn that the shield of faith protects us from doubt and fear that Satan puts in our hearts.
"Thirty Days Has September" Free Printable Poem Coloring Sheet for Children. Use this free printable download to teach your students how many days each month of the year contains. As your children color the activity sheet, discuss what each picture on the sheet represents.
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Children will love stacking the pieces and placing them in order to make the tower. Use the pieces to review your Bible lesson by having children place pieces on the tower when they answer a question correctly. Use the pieces to build the tower as you present the Bible lesson to keep your student's interest.
Available on the Tower of Babel Craft Page
Children color the pattern and then fanfold it to reveal the Bible verse. They turn the craft around to reveal the second part of the verse and a different picture. This craft is designed for children third through fifth grade.
See the John 3:16 Paper Fanfold Bible Craft for more information.
Use these face masks of Jacob and Esau to act out the Bible Story.
See the Jacob and Esau Bible Craft Page for instructions and printable patterns.
Four new Bible crafts and learning activities to teach children about Deborah.
Available on the Deborah Bible Crafts and Activities.
Children roll up the story page to make Lazarus' body. The story is stored in side the roll.
See the Lazarus Bible Craft Page for more information.
Through King Saul's example children learn the consequences of sin.
See Saul's Downfall Bible Lesson Page for a complete lesson with printable crafts and games.
Children color the sheet and then glue the fanfolded stairway to the background sheet.They then add the angel and sleeping Jacob figures.
Available on the Jacob Bible Crafts and Activities.
Children color the Bible picture of Samuel and Saul and then insert Samuel's arm into the picture so that they can move it up and down.
See the Samuel Bible Craft Page for more information.
Students lift the flaps to discover where God was according to 1 Kings 19:11-13.
See the Elijah Bible Verse Activity Page for more information.
Children color the sheet and then fill in a matching sheet to see what they remember. Available in both KJV and NIV.
See the 1 John 4:15 Bible Verse Activity Page for more information.
Children color the picture and then play a game to review the verse. Available in both KJV and NIV.
See Psalm 48: 1 Bible Verse Activity Page for directions and printable patterns.
Use these three printable activities to help your children learn John 4:15 Bible verse.
See the John 4:15 Bible Verse Activity Page for more information.
Children find the words from the Bible verse. Available in both KJV and NIV.
See the John 4:15 Bible Verse Activity Page for more information.
Children try to read the backward words to decipher the Bible verse.
See John 14:3 Bible Verse Activity Page for directions and printable patterns.