10 plagues

10 Plagues Of Egypt Wheel

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Use this wheel to help your kids learn the 10 plagues of Egypt.

“4 When Pharaoh does not listen to you, then I will lay My hand on Egypt and bring out My hosts, My people the sons of Israel, from the land of Egypt by great judgments. 5 The Egyptians shall know that I am the Lord, when I stretch out My hand on Egypt and bring out the sons of Israel from their midst.” Exodus 7:4-5

10 Plagues Of Egypt Wheel


  1. Print the template on card stock. (Template)
  2. Color and cut out both circles.
  3. Make a small hole into the middle of the circles and stick a metal brad through it. Open and bend the legs.

The Plague Of Boils- Coloring Page

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(Coloring Page)

Coloring pages are a great way to end a Sunday School lesson. They can serve as a great take home activity. Or sometimes you just need to fill in those last five minutes before the end of class.

Preview and print this free printable coloring page by clicking on the link below.

Preview And Print

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The Plague Of Frogs

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Todays crafts are based on the second plague on Egypt, the plague of frogs.

“So Aaron stretched out his hand over the waters of Egypt, and the frogs came up and covered the land of Egypt.” Exodus 8:6

The Plague Of Frogs Mask

The Plague Of Frogs Mask


  1. Print the template onto cardstock. (Template)
  2. Color all of the pieces.
  3. Cut out all of the pieces leaving a white border around each piece.
  4. Glue each piece to another sheet of cardstock. This will give the mask structure.
  5. Now cut out all of the pieces again without leaving any white border, including the mouth.
  6. Glue the small circle to the center of the larger circle.
  7. Glue the finished eye pieces to the frog face and finally glue on the large popsicle stick.

The Plague Of Frogs Jumpy Frog

The Plague Of Frogs Jumpy Frog


  1. Print the template. (Template)
  2. Color and cut out all of the pieces.
  3. Fold the tongue along the creases into a fan fold.
  4. Glue the tongue to the mouth of the frog.
  5. Fan fold each of the legs.
  6. Finally glue the legs to the frogs body.

You can also hang this frog from the wall and the legs will dangle.

Frog Infestation

Cover your walls and windows with these cute cut outs.

The Plague Of Frogs Window 2

The Plague Of Frogs Window 1


  1. Print the template. On one side print the frog template and on the other side print a design pattern. You can also have a simple frog by not printing a design pattern on the second side. (Template)
  2. Color the side with the pattern. In case you are making a simple frog, color in the blank side with whatever design or pattern you wish.
  3. Cut out the rectangle with the frog pattern on it.
  4. Fold along the dashed lines. First in half creating a rectangle, then half again to make a square, and finally again to make a triangle.
  5. Cut out the empty space around the frog pattern.
  6. Open the folds up and you will have four frogs.

The Plague Of Flies

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Todays crafts are based on the fourth plague on Egypt, the plague of flies.

“Then the Lord did so. And there came great swarms of flies into the house of Pharaoh and the houses of his servants and the land was laid waste because of the swarms of flies in all the land of Egypt.” Exodus 8:24

Fly Straw Rocket

The Plague Of Flies Fly Straw Rocket


  1. Print and color template. (Template)
  2. Cut out each piece and glue them onto a piece of construction paper.
  3. Cut out both pieces from the construction paper.
  4. Glue the rim of both pieces together and stopping at the bottom of the wings. DO NOT add glue to the center of the pieces.
  5. Cut a straw into two pieces.
  6. When the fly is dry stick the straw inside the fly and blow up the fly. The air pressure will propel the fly forward.

Fly String Toy

The Plague Of Flies Fly String Toy


  1. Print the template onto cardstock. (Template)
  2. Assemble the clothespin piece. (Disassemble the clothespin. Glue the two wooden pieces together. Glue the metal piece to the top. Finally glue a small item between the legs of the clothes pin, something to give it some weight. I used a metal screw.)
  3. Color and cut out both flies.
  4. Color the clothespin black.
  5. Glue a the flies to the clothespin. One on each side.
  6. Cut a piece of yarn or string to your desired length. Stick the string in the metal bracket on the top of the clothespin.

Hold one side of the string higher than the other and the fly will slide down the string. As it slides down the string it will sway side to side giving the illusion that it is flying.

Pepper Fly

The Plague Of Flies Pepper Fly


  1. Print the template. (Template)
  2. Add glue to the pieces except the eyes and wings.
  3. Sprinkle coarse ground pepper on the glue. Tap any excess pepper off. (Use coarse ground pepper. DO NOT use the “fine powder” kind because your kids will be sneezing a lot.)
  4. Color in the eyes.
  5. When the pepper pieces dry, cut out all of the pieces.
  6. Assemble the fly by first gluing on the eyes. Next both wings and finally the top body piece.

The Plague Of Blood

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This craft is a great visual of the first plague in Egypt. Your kids will be able to see the water of the Nile River turn to blood for themselves.

“20 So Moses and Aaron did even as the Lord had commanded. And he lifted up the staff and struck the water that was in the Nile, in the sight of Pharaoh and in the sight of his servants, and all the water that was in the Nile was turned to blood. 21 The fish that were in the Nile died, and the Nile became foul, so that the Egyptians could not drink water from the Nile. And the blood was through all the land of Egypt.” Exodus 7:20-21

The Plague Of Blood 1

The Plague Of Blood 2


  1. Print the templates onto regular copy paper. Do not use cardstock. Print the main image on one side, then the river on the other side of the same paper. (Template)
  2. Lay one or two sheets of newspaper on your table.
  3. Have your kids color in the land, sand, pyramids, mountains and sky using markers.
  4. Next lightly color in the river with a blue color pencil.
  5. Trace the outline of the river with regular glue and allow the glue to dry.
  6. When the glue has dried fill in the river on the back with a red marker.
  7. In a small plastic container add about 1 teaspoon of regular cooking oil (vegetable, olive, canola).
  8. Using a small brush have your kids paint over the blue river with the oil. A little oil goes a long way. As the oil is absorbed by the paper the red marker will start to come through. The river will start to turn into “blood”.
  9. With a paper napkin wipe of any excess oil from the front and back of the paper.


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Kids will love making this grasshopper craft.  This craft is very versatile and can be used for different Bible stories. It can be used for teaching the story of:

  • The twelve spies.
  • The ten plagues of Egypt.
  • John the Baptist.


  1. Print the template onto a sheet of cardstock. (Template)
  2. Cut out all of the pieces leaving a border of cardstock around each piece.
  3. Glue the pieces onto a sheet of black construction paper.
  4. Cut out all of the pieces.
  5. Glue each wing to the back of the grasshopper pieces.
  6. Take the rectangle piece and fold along both solid lines, making two creases.
  7. Add glue to one side of the rectangle piece and stick it on one of the grasshopper pieces, right between the thorax and the abdomen.
  8. Do the same thing with the other piece of grasshopper, making sure to line up both grasshopper pieces.  The legs will now be able to hold up the entire grasshopper.