I Can Pray

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Children should be taught how to pray at a young age. Tell them what prayer is. Give them examples of prayers in Scripture. Tell them they can pray throughout the day wherever they are. Christians can have faith in the promises of Gods Word. The Bible tells us that “the eyes of the Lord are toward the righteous And His ears are open to their cry.” Psalm 34:15

This craft will serve as a reminder and let the kids know they can pray at any time.

I Can Pray When I…

Play

I Can Pray 4

Go To Bed

I Can Pray 3

Eat

I Can Pray 2

Do My Chores

I Can Pray 1

Instructions

  1. Print the templates. (Template)
  2. Color both circles.
  3. Cut out both circles.
  4. Glue both circles onto a piece of construction paper or cardstock for strength. Optional
  5. Make a small hole into the middle of the circles. Stick a metal brad through it. Open and bend the legs.
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7 thoughts on “I Can Pray

    The Ridge Mops - Moppets – Praying with our children said:
    September 28, 2013 at 5:53 pm

    […] they choose. It’s one of the great things about living in the Land of the Free! You can make this fun craft with them for a good […]

    2013 In Review « Crafting The Word Of God said:
    December 30, 2013 at 9:09 pm

    […] I Can Pray […]

    I Can Pray Craft | Ministry 2 Kids said:
    October 18, 2014 at 9:16 am

    […] was making these “I Can Pray When I…” spinning wheel.  The design comes from Crafting the Word of God.  It has pictures for when a child is eating, washing dishes, going to bed, and playing.  It […]

    Alicia G. McIntosh (@leshagmcaolcom) said:
    July 22, 2015 at 2:27 pm

    Thank you for publishing this idea. We will use this activity in our VBS this year. I love it when Christians help each other uplift the kingdom of God.

    […] Can Pray For Wheel: Crafting the Word of God created an amazing idea with the basis of this project. We switched it up just a little. It would […]

    Calling All Prayerful Peacemakers said:
    October 21, 2016 at 12:38 pm

    […] craft with them. Google children’s prayer book crafts or check out Pinterest for ideas. Here’s one craft that’s easy to do. Finish with a simple prayer and invite the congregation to pray this week […]

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