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Creation Of Man- Coloring Pages

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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

Feel free to browse all of our Bible print-outs.

All images used with permission of Patmos Editorial Company.

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All Made In God’s Image

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God made all of us. Humans were made special by God. We were made in the image and likeness of God.

“So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them.” Genesis 1:27

13 For You formed my inward parts; You wove me in my mother’s womb. 14 I will give thanks to You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; Wonderful are Your works, And my soul knows it very well.” Psalm 139:13-14

“But now, O Lord, You are our Father, We are the clay, and You our potter; And all of us are the work of Your hand.” Isaiah 64;8

All Made In God's Image

Instructions

  1. Print the template. (Template)
  2. Color and cut out all of the pieces.
  3. Glue the hands around the earth.

The Tower Of Babel

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Today’s post comes courtesy of Lindsey Whitney from Growing Kids Ministry. In it she tells us about a few crafts and activities you can do with your kids when studying the story of the Tower of Babel.

Tower of Babel (1)

Lindsey Whitney is a Children’s Ministry director at East Lake Road Alliance Church, home day care provider, and blogger at Growing Kids Ministry. Lindsey lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and two kids. She loves reading books, drinking coffee and has recently taken up sewing.

Currently we’re working through the Bible with a fun new curriculum I just discovered over at Kidology called Stickers Through The Bible. This week, we covered the Tower of Babel and the kids had a heap of fun learning about this account from Genesis 11.

To begin, I showed the kids this picture of the Tower of Babel as I taught the lesson.

We talked about how Jesus is the only way to God and how the people building the tower were too focused on being famous. After the lesson time, I sent kids off to the various stations to process the story in a hands-on way. Here’s what our stations were for the day.

Sand Paper Tower

Inspired by this project from Veronica’s Blessing, the kids made their own tower of Babel.

However, instead of using regular brown paper, we used sandpaper in order to make the “building of the tower” a more tactile experience.

Tower of Babel: Class Activities for Kids

For this craft, you’ll need about 1/2 sheet of large sand paper for each child. If you have younger kids, you might want to cut out various lengths ahead of time. For older kids, have them cut their strips as they go. Have kids glue the sandpaper to construction paper.

Tower of Babel: Sandpaper Tower

Building a Tower

Inspired by this picture from Froggy Friends blog, I laid out some cups for the kids to create their own tower of Babel.

Little did I know what a ruckus activity this would turn out to be. The kids loved it! They quickly set up various building corners and began to compete for highest tower.

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They began with the single stack. But, they soon began getting more creative with their building techniques.

Tower of Babel: Building a Cup Tower

Easy does it!

Tower of Babel

Careful!

Tower of Babel: Building a Cup Tower
We actually had to send a innocent bystander outside the classroom to the kitchen for more cups because those towers keep getting more and more complex.

Coloring Pages

We also had a few different coloring pages for those less active kids.

Tower of Babel

I found a few on BibleWise and Suite101.

In the end, I think it was a great lesson and hopefully one the kids will remember!

For more ideas on the Tower of Babel, check out Lindsey’s Genesis Pinterest Board!

Lindsey Whitney is a Children’s Ministry director at East Lake Road Alliance Church, home day care provider, and blogger at Growing Kids Ministry. Lindsey lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and two kids. She loves reading books, drinking coffee and has recently taken up sewing.

Blind Man Healed Mask

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This craft will help your kiddos remember the story of Jesus healing a blind man. On one side of the mask you have a sad face with bandages on his eyes. This side symbolizes the blind man before he was healed. And on the other side you have a happy face with a big smile who has now been healed by the miraculous power of Christ.

Blind Man Healed 1             Blind Man Healed 2

Instructions

  1. Print and color the templates. (Template)
  2. Cut out both faces and the bandages. Each child will need two  bandages.
  3. Glue each face onto a piece of construction paper. Both pieces of  construction paper should be the same color.
  4. Cut out the faces again, leaving a small border of construction paper.
  5. Grab the happy face and place it facing down. Glue on a large popsicle stick for a handle.
  6. While this is drying glue on the bandages to the eyes of the sad face.
  7. Finally glue the sad face to the back of the happy face. The popsicle stick will be sandwiched in between both faces.