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Gospel Cross

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This craft makes use of colors to help children understand the gospel message. The color association makes it easy for children to remember each part of the gospel.

Brown– God As The Creator
Yellow– God Is Holy
Black– Our Sin, Total Depravity, Fallen Nature
Red– Blood Of Jesus, His Perfect Sacrifice, Substitutionary Death
White– Repentance
Blue– Faith
Green– New Life, New Creation

Gospel Cross

 

Instructions

  1. Print out, onto a page of light gray cardstock, the cross template. (Template)
  2. Cut it out.
  3. Print pages three to nine onto colored construction paper or cardstock. (Each page is labeled according to color.) Or if you choose you can print out the pages on white paper and your kids can color them in by hand.
  4. Using paper clips place each square on the cross in place. (The paper clips will hold each square in place so you are left with the correct  spacing.)
  5. Glue each square in its place, one at a time.

Fall Of Man

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Use this craft to tell the story of the fall of man. This will present a great opportunity for you to share the Gospel with your kiddos.

Fall Of Man

Fall Of Man 1

Instructions

  1. Print the template onto a piece of cardstock. (Template)
  2. Color the snake.
  3. Form the head by adding glue on the dash lines.
  4. Next glue on the eyes and then the tongue.
  5. Glue the side tabs together to form a ring. Make sure your finger can fit through the rings.

Mosaic Cross

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The kiddos will love creating this colorful mosaic craft! Perfect for Easter or whenever you study the story of Jesus’ crucifixion and resurrection.

Mosaic Cross

Extra Ideas

You can also cut out the pattern cross intact (in the shape of a cross). Glue it onto the main cross and then fill in the spaces in between using glue and glitter.

Instructions

  1. Print the templates onto pieces of card stock. (Template)
  2. Cut out the main cross and each piece of the pattern.
  3. Using the pieces you just cut out, trace them on different pieces of colored construction paper.
  4. Cut them out.
  5. Glue the pieces of construction paper onto the main cross.