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Pentecost Bible Crafts and Activities

Bible Crafts, Games and Bible Lesson About Pentecost for Children's Ministry


Wind Twirlers from Fun Foam

Pentecost Wind Twirls

What you will need:

Craft Foam or Card Stock in Pretty Colors

Craft Foam Shape Stickers or Paper Stickers




Hole Punch

What to do:

sunday school wind twirlers bible craft for kids

1. Before class cut a piece of craft foam in a circle then cut around in a spiral until you get to the middle of the circle.

Member's Pentecost Wind Twirler pattern

2. Have your children decorate the spiral with fun foam shapes and markers.

2. Hang it up with a piece of yarn. This craft will remind your children that the Holy Spirit is present even though we can't see it.



Pentecost Activity Sheet

Pentecost Activity Sheet - Children color the picture and then glue on tissue paper flames from www.daniellesplace.com


Younger children will enjoy coloring an activity sheet and adding tissue paper flames. The complete lesson with printable craft patterns and activity sheets is available on The Resource Room.

Member's Twirler pattern

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Tongues of Fire Bible Verse Review Game

Tongue of Fire Bible Verse Review Game from www.daniellesplace.com

1. Before class cut out flames shapes.

Member's Twirler pattern

2. Make headbands from strips of paper and glue the flames to the back of the headbands.

3. Write one word from the Bible verse on the front of each headband. Use "He shall give you another Comforter".

4. Place the headbands on your children. Mix them up and then time them to see which team can line up in order to make the Bible verse.



Peter Talks at Pentecost Popup Craft

Peter Talks at Pentecost Pop-up Craft


What you will need:

Paper, Colored Pencils, Paper Glue, Scissors


How to Make:

1. Before class print out the patterns and cut around the edge.

Member's Member's Pentecost Pattern

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2. Score all the lines.

3. In class have your children color the picture and tabs with colored pencils.

4. When they are done coloring, fold the paper in half and glue it closed.

5. Fold the tabs and glue them onto the back of the pattern as indicated on the pattern.

6. Glue the sides of the rectangle pattern together to make a box shape.

7. Show your children how to press on the sides to make the tabs pop up.

Watch a "View it and Do it!" Youtube video to see how to make this craft.



Wind and Fire Relay

1. Before class cut crepe paper into two feet lengths.

2. Divide your children up into teams and give them each a straw and a piece of crepe paper.

3. Have them use the straw to blow the crepe across the room and back. If you don't want them to get on the floor you can have them blow the crepe across a table.

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Pentecost Sunday School Song

Wind and Fire
Written by Carolyn Warvel
(Sing to the tune of Frère Jacques)

Tongues of fire,
Tongues of fire,
Mighty wind,
Mighty wind,
The Holy Ghost is coming,
The Holy Ghost is coming,
Praise the Lord!
Praise the Lord!

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Wind and Fire Streamers Craft and Activity from www.daniellesplace.com

1. Before class cut pieces of crepe paper into 3 feet lengths. Use red and orange to make the fire sticks and white and blue to make the wind sticks.

2. Staple four or five pieces of crepe paper to jumbo craft sticks and then cover the staples with tape. Make one fire and one wind pompom for each child.

3. As you sing "tongues of fire" have your children wave their fire pompoms up and down.

As you sing "mighty wind" have your children wave their wind pompoms side to side.

Here is another version of the song sent in by Jonathan Foster:

Flames of Fire, Flames of Fire
Mighty Wind, Mighty Wind
The Holy Spirit’s coming, the Holy Spirit’s coming
With his power, with his power

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I did the lesson on Pentecost and the kids had a lot of fun decorating their spiral twist tongue of fire. I did two different kinds of head bands. One set was for the kids to wear with the memory verse that I used from another lesson book of mine and then the other sets we matched up the memory verse (we did that about three or four times).

This week we are going to finish up the lesson and do the coloring picture and glue tissue paper flames above the people's heads and finish making the head bands memory verse. I think the kids really enjoyed making these crafts and learning about what Pentecost means. Denise King My preschool Sunday school class recently did the "Pentecost" lesson. The children loved singing the "Tongues of Fire" song. For a craft we did Paint Your Own Wind Chimes. Thanks, Ella