A really cute craft for the story of creation.
- Print the template onto card stock. (Template)
- Glue the template sheet to the back of a sheet of black construction paper.
- Cut out all of the white from the template. You will be left with the earth border shape.
- Place the earth shape onto a self laminating sheet or contact paper, construction paper side down.
- Fill the inside of the continents with green tissue paper (or a brown/green mixture) and the oceans in blue tissue paper.
- Cover with another sheet of self laminating sheet or contact paper.
- Cut out the earth from the laminating sheet or contact paper.
- Stick the earth to your window with double sided tape.
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.
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“In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.” Genesis 1:1
This cute bookmark will serve as a constant reminder that God is the creator and sustainer of everything.
- Print the templates. (Template)
- Color and cut out all of the pieces.
- Grab the blank rectangle and trace it twice onto construction paper.
- Cut out the rectangles.
- Glue the “in the beginning” template onto one of the construction paper cut outs.
- Glue the cloud and z’s to the back of the large template. In between the 5 middle spaces.
- After the cloud and z’s have dried, on the other side, fold on the solid lines creating a crease. Do this for all of the solid lines. The rectangle will fold in on itself into one visible rectangle.
- Add glue to the back of the 1st day square and stick it on the back of the “in the beginning” piece.
- Finally add glue on the empty rectangle, right after the sixth day, and stick it onto the last construction paper piece.
Your kids can now go over the story of creation at any time and will have a wonderful tool to share the story with their friends.
The Days Of Creation Wheel is a good way to share the story of God creating the world. Each wedge tells the story of what God did on that day of creation. This would make a great take home reminder of the lesson.
- Print the templates on cardstock. (Template)
- Color and cut them out.
- Make a small hole into the middle of the circles and stick a metal brad through it. Open and bend the legs.
You can find dozens and dozens of crafts online to help you teach the kiddos that God is the Creator. Many times we forget to emphasize to the kids that He is also our sustainer.
God not only created everything around us, but He has total control over everything we see. Make this an emphasis to the kiddos. Tell them every day they wake up it is because God has given them life. God makes the sun come up. He blesses us with food for our tables. He is very merciful towards us each and every day.
“You, Lord, in the beginning laid the foundation of the earth, And the heavens are the works of Your hands.” Hebrews 1:10
- Color a paper plate blue.
- Print the template and cut out all the pieces. (Template)
- Cut out pieces of green construction paper or tissue paper.
- Glue them onto the continents.
- Then cut out any overhang leaving perfect shapes.
- Glue the finished continents onto the painted paper plate.
- Cut of any excess overhang to leave a perfect round paper plate.
- Trace a pair of hands onto brown or tan construction paper. I suggest that you use an adults hands for this.
- Cut them out.
- Glue the hands behind the globe, thumbs facing out.
- Finally bend the fingers twice, to have them coming in. As if the hands were holding up the globe.
This craft project about the days of creation would be a great add-on to any Sunday School lesson. You can always use the craft to re-tell the Bible story after the kiddos are done making it.
This craft will require some prep work.
- Print out the templates. (Template)
- Cut out each image and trace it onto the colored construction paper of your choice.
- Cut them out and glue them onto the designated number.
- Cut off any overhang of construction paper from the numbers.
- Glue the numbers onto cardstock.
- Cut out the numbers leaving a small white border around the number.