Here are the crafts for Cokesburry’s Workshop Of Wonders.
I’ll be updating this post as I come up with new crafts.
Day 1: The Story Of Esther
Day 2: Rebuilding The Lords House (Ezra 3:8-13)
Day 3: Parable Of The Mustard Seed (Matthew 13:1-2, 31-32)
Day 4: Feeding The 5,000 (John 6:1-13)
Day 5: Walking To Emmaus (Luke 24:13-22)
Here are the crafts for Group’s Weird Animals.
Day 1: Jesus Heals The Lepers. (Luke 17:11-19)
Day 2: Jesus Reaches Out To A Samaritan Woman. (John 4:1-30)
Day 3: Jesus Washes The Disciples’ Feet. (John 13:1-17)
Day 4: Jesus Dies And Comes Back To Life. (Luke 22:47–24:12)
Day 5: Ananias Bravely Helps Saul. (Acts 9:1-19)
Although most Vacation Bible School curriculum programs provide or sell their own Bible crafts, many times they have nothing to do with the Bible story of the day or not much thought went into designing them in the first place.
Yes they provide the convenience of not having to plan them yourself, but your kids end up going home with something they would have preferred to leave in the trash.
Just like I did last year, and as the winner of the V.B.S. curriculum poll, this year I planned the crafts for Lifeway’s Agency D3. Starting tomorrow and continuing until Wednesday, I will post Bible crafts for each of Agency D3’s days; thats Day 1-5.
As I said last year, my hope is that these crafts will help make planning your Vacation Bible School a little less stressful.
So make sure to come back all week and check out the Bible crafts for this years Agency D3.
Day 1: Is Jesus Really Gods Son? (Matthew 3:13-17; John 1:29-36)
Day 2: Was Jesus More Than Just A Good Man? (Mark 6:1-6, 30-56)
Day 3: Was Jesus Death Real? (Mark 14:22-28; 15:22-47)
Day 4: Is Jesus Alive? (Luke 24:1-48)
Day 5: What Do I Do With The Evidence About Jesus? (Acts 2:14-42; 1 Peter 3:15)