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The Lord's Prayer Bible Crafts Page 2

How to Make Crafts and Learning Activities for The Lord's Prayer


The Lord's Prayer Bible Lesson Part 2

The following crafts and activities come from the Bible lesson "The Lord's Prayer Bible Lessons Part 2". This lesson is available on The Resource Room for members and as an instant digital download.

Member's Folded Craft Stick Pattern

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The Lord's Prayer Folding Craft Stick or Fan-fold Paper Craft

The Lord's Prayer Folding Craft Stick or Fan-fold Paper Craft from www.daniellesplace.com

Children color the pattern and then either glue it to craft sticks or fan-fold it and add ribbon. The pattern folds down into a neat pile of sticks or folded paper. This pattern comes in both KJV and NIV. The KJV has the "For Thine is the Kingdom, and the Power and the Glory, Forever. Amen" on the back pattern. Children can also draw their own design on the back of the pattern.

What you will need:

Mini Jumbo Craft Sticks (Optional)

Ribbon or Yarn


Cardstock Paper - 90 lb.

Aleene's Tacky Glue

X-Acto Knife or Box Cutters

Markers or Highlighter Markers


How to Make the No-tape, Folding Craft Stick Cards:

1. Before class prepare the folding craft stick cards. Print out the front and back patterns onto cardstock, cut them out and glue them to the craft sticks.

Member's Folded Craft Stick Pattern

Instant Digital Download - $2.95 -  Pattern

2. Line up eleven mini jumbo crafts sticks one on top of the other.

3. Spread glue on the back of a front pattern and stick it to the middle of the craft sticks pressing down and out from the middle of the paper.

4. Turn the craft sticks over and glue the back pattern to the craft sticks.

5. Let the glue dry completely. This could take up to an hour. When the glue is completely dry use an Exacto knife or box cutter to cut the paper. On one side carefully cut the paper in the space between the first and second craft stick.

Do not cut all the way through to the paper on the other side. Skip the next space and cut the space between the third and fourth craft sticks. Skip the next space and the top paper between the fifth and sixth craft sticks.

6. Turn the card over and cut the paper in the space between the second and third craft sticks, the fourth and fifth, and the sixth and seventh.

7. Carefully fold up the craft sticks.

8. In class have your children color the craft and add a pictue to the back. Add a ribbon to the top or time the sticks together with a piece of ribbon.


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The Lord's Prayer Fan-folded Craft

What you will need:


Scoring Tool or Something Similar



One-quarter Inch Ribbon

Hole Punch

Ribbon Cut into 24-Inch Pieces


What to do:

1. Before class cut out the patterns and use a scoring tool and ruler to score the folding lines. Patterns available to members and as an instant download.

Member's Folded Craft Stick Pattern

Instant Digital Download - $2.95 -  Pattern

2. In class have your children color the patterns and then fan-fold the pattern on the lines. This will be easy if you scored the lines before class.

3. Punch holes on the sides where indicated on the pattern after it has been folded. You won't be able to punch all the way through all the layers so you can just punch half at a time using the hole you already punched on the last layer as a guide to punch the second half.

4. Tie one end of the ribbon several times to that it won't pull through the holes you punched. Thread the ribbon up through the holes from the bottom of one side of the folded paper and then back down through the holes on the other side of the folded paper. Tie the end. Carefully pull the top of the pattern up to unfold the pattern.


"Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread" Basket Craft

Give Us our Daily Bread Craft for Sunday School for the Lord's Prayer Bible Lesson

What you will need:

White Paper Towels or White Material or Cotton Craft Napkins

Bread Baskets (Buy them at your local dollar store or second-hand store.)

Markers – If you are using fabric, use Fabric MarkersHighlighter Markers work great on paper towels or material.

White Card Stock



How to Make the Napkins:

1. Before class print out the biscuit recipe cards and cut them apart.

Member's Folded Craft Stick Pattern

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2. In class have your children decorate paper towels, white napkins, or white pieces of material with fabric markers.

3. When they are finished have them place their napkins in their baskets. You can also place a piece of plastic wrap over the napkin to protect any food from the ink.

4. Give each child a biscuit recipe card to place in their baskets.

5. If you can, make biscuits with your children. Serve them hot with butter and send some home in the baskets. If you can’t make biscuits, just bring some to class give some to your children to eat and some to take home in their baskets.


Prayer Cube Craft and Learning Activity

prayer die craft

What you will need:

Card Stock


Crayons or Markers


How to make:

1. Before class print out cube patterns onto card stock.

Member's Folded Craft Stick Pattern

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2. In class have your children write different things on each side of the cube that they would like to pray about or need to pray about. Or you can have them write a part of the Lord’s Prayer on each side. Then have them decorate the cube.

3. When they are finished have them cut them out, fold them, and glue them together.

4. To assemble them, fold all the dotted line back.

5. Use paper glue to glue the tabs to the back of the die to make a cube.


Prayer Cube Game

Prayer Cube Game

What you will need:

Card Stock



How to make:

1. Before class print out the prayer cube pattern, fold it, and glue it together.

Member's Folded Craft Stick Pattern

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2. Print out the Game Letter Spaces onto colorful paper.

3. Print at least four of each letter.

Preparation: Place the papers with the letters on them on the floor to make a path. Place the start and finish words at the start and finish of your path.

To Play: Have your children take turns throwing the cube. Each player should tell something they can pray about that starts with the letter on the cube that is facing up. For example, if a child throws the cube with the F facing up, he may say something like, “I can pray for my friends.” He may also use someone’s name that starts with that letter if he knows of someone.

Once the player tells something he can pray for, he advances to the next closes space with that letter written on it. Keep playing until someone makes it to the finish. If a child can’t think of anything, you can use the examples below to give him help.

T – Keep me from temptation, teenagers, teachers, use our talents to glorify God, that we talk to others about Jesus, that we aren’t tardy for class, our team, that we watch only good shows on television, that we control temper, keep the Ten Commandments, do our best on tests, remember to be thankful, keep our thoughts pure, spend our time wisely, that we aren’t timid when telling others about Jesus, that we faithful in giving our tithe, pray for someone to be able to stop smoking tobacco, for God to keep us save when we travel.

S – Forgive me for sin, sick people, school, Sunday school, sisters, help us not to be selfish, for people who are sad, keep us safe, salvation for the lost, secretaries, that people will accept Jesus as their Savior, seniors, and that we can share with others.

M – Mom, men, missionaries, mean people, military, and myself.

B – Babies, brother, bad thoughts, bad people, remember to read my Bible, do our best, beware of the devil’s tricks, big brother, our bodies to be healthy, buddy, and businesses.

P – People, help me to remember to pray, pastors, police, parents, and the president.

F – Friends, family, thank you for our food, pray for people who don’t have enough food to eat, helps up not to fight, thank God creating flowers, freedom to worship the way we choose, firefighters, and fathers.


I absolutely love their resource. Time and prayer has most surely been truly dedicated to each lesson and activity. Thank you for all you do for the Kingdom of God. May God bless you each. Patricia