Samuel Anoints Saul Bible Crafts
Samuel Bible Crafts and Learning Activities
The following craft and activities goes with the Bible lesson "Samuel Anoints Saul" on The Resource Room. In this lesson children learn that God chose Saul, a man who didn’t think he was worthy, to serve as the first king of Israel. After Samuel anointed Saul, the power of the Lord came upon him and he was able to win many battles against his enemies with God’s help. God can use even the weakest and least likely person to do his works through the power of his Holy Spirit.
Samuel Anoints Saul Interactive Bible Activity Sheet with 1 Samuel 15:1 Bible Verse
Children color the picture of Samuel Anointing Saul and then place Samuel's arm in the slits. They can move the tab up and down to re-inact the story of Samuel anoiting Saul. This activity sheet is available in both KJV and NIV and is also available as a coloring sheet below.
Samuel Anoints Saul Coloring Sheet with 1 Samuel 15:1 Bible Verse
Children color a picture of Samuel anointing Saul. This coloring sheet is available in both KJV and NIV.
Lift-the-flap "What did Saul Find"? Bible Activity Sheet
Children lift the flaps to reveal things that Saul found when he was looking for his donkeys. Ask your children what each thing is and then ask them to find the donkeys for Saul. Also ask them who the person is under the town flap and what that person said to Saul.
Help Saul Find Samuel and the Donkeys Activity Sheet for Younger Children
Children look for the donkeys in the picture and for Samuel. As they work, review the lesson. Ask them what Samuel said to Saul when he found him.
Find Samuel, the Donkeys, and the Bible Verse Activity Sheet for Older Children
Children search for Samuel the Prophet, the donkeys and each word of the Bible verse. The activity sheet is available in both KJV and NIV.
Bible Lesson Review Match Game
1. Before class print out the match game cards and cut them out. Print two pages for each pattern so you have matching cards.
2. Fold the cards in half and glue them shut with paper glue (Elmer's Rubber Cement).
3. In class place all the cards on a table with the pictures down.
4. Have your children take turns turning over two cards at a time. If the cards match, the child answers the question on the cards. If the child answers wrong, turn the cards back over and mix up the cards. If the child answers correctly, he gets to keep the cards.
5. The child who has the most cards at the end of the game wins.