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The Plague Of Blood Puzzle- Activity Page

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(Activity Sheet)

Activity sheets 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 activity sheet by clicking on the link below.

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Pharaohs Head Dress 2

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This craft is my second pharaoh’s head dress. If you would like a simpler version of this craft take a quick look at it. HERE

Pharaohs Head Dress 2

This craft can be done for different Bible stories and adapted for each one. It can be used for:

  • Abraham’s move to Egypt and his deception towards the pharaoh.
  • Joseph becomes second in command over Egypt.
  • God freeing His people through Moses.

Instructions

  1. Print the first two pages of the template on blue construction paper, the second page on yellow construction paper and the last page on white card stock. The template is blank in case you would like to print the template all white and have your kids color it in. (Template)
  2. Cut out all of the pieces.
  3. Glue the yellow pieces onto the two large pieces.
  4. Attach both blue pieces with the small white rectangular piece.
  5. Next glue on the snake head to the head dress.
  6. Finally attach the head dress to the child’s head using the white stripes.

 

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.

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The Plague Of Blood- Color By Number

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(Color By Number)

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

Instructions

  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

Instructions

  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

Instructions

  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 On The Firstborn

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Today’s crafts are based on the tenth and last plague on Egypt, the plague on the firstborn.

“4 Moses said, “Thus says the Lord, ‘About midnight I am going out into the midst of Egypt, 5 and all the firstborn in the land of Egypt shall die, from the firstborn of the Pharaoh who sits on his throne, even to the firstborn of the slave girl who is behind the millstones; all the firstborn of the cattle as well. 6 Moreover, there shall be a great cry in all the land of Egypt, such as there has not been before and such as shall never be again.” Exodus 11:4-6

The Plague On The Firstborn Coffin And Sarcophagus

The Plague On The Firstborn 1

The Plague On The Firstborn 2

Instructions

  1. Print the template onto cardstock. (Template)
  2. Color in the templates.
  3. Cut out all three pieces.
  4. Fold both of the larger pieces on the dashed lines creating creases.
  5. Assemble both of the large pieces.
  6. Finally glue the piece with the face to the rectangular piece.

The Plague On The Firstborn Blood On Doorpost

The Plague On The Firstborn 3

Instructions

  1. Print the template. (Template)
  2. Color the template.
  3. Glue strips/ pieces of red tissue or construction papper to the image.

You can also use paint or glitter instead of tissue/ construction paper.

For a variation of this craft you can tape crumpled large sheets of red tissue or construction paper to an actual door post. This way when your kids see it it will remind them of the Bible story.

The Plague Of Darkness

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Today’s craft is based on the ninth plague on Egypt, the plague of darkness.

“22 So Moses stretched out his hand toward the sky, and there was thick darkness in all the land of Egypt for three days. 23 They did not see one another, nor did anyone rise from his place for three days, but all the sons of Israel had light in their dwellings.” Exodus 10:22-23

The Plague Of Darkness Glasses

Instructions

  1. Print the template onto cardstock. (Template)
  2. Cut out the templates.
  3. Glue all the pieces onto black construction paper.
  4. Cut out the templates from the construction paper.
  5. Glue a pair of eyes onto one of the frames.
  6. Finally glue on the side pieces.

The Plague Of Locusts

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Today’s crafts are based on the eighth plague on Egypt, the plague of locusts.

“13 So Moses stretched out his staff over the land of Egypt, and the Lord directed an east wind on the land all that day and all that night; and when it was morning, the east wind brought the locusts. 14 The locusts came up over all the land of Egypt and settled in all the territory of Egypt; they were very numerous. There had never been so many locusts, nor would there be so many again.15 For they covered the surface of the whole land, so that the land was darkened; and they ate every plant of the land and all the fruit of the trees that the hail had left. Thus nothing green was left on tree or plant of the field through all the land of Egypt.” Exodus 10:13-15

Clothespin Grasshopper

The Plague Of Locust Clothes Pin

Instructions

  1. Color a wooden clothespin green using a permanent marker.
  2. Print the template onto cardstock. (Template)
  3. Color and cut out every piece.
  4. Glue each piece to s piece of green construction paper.
  5. Cut out each piece from the construction paper.
  6. Glue the wings to the the clothespin, then the covering over the wings.
  7. Take the bracket piece and fold it on the solid line making a crease.
  8. Glue the smaller square to the back of the grasshoppers face and the other end to the clothespin.
  9. Grab two green chenille stems/ pipe cleaners. One should be 5″ (the front legs) and the other should be 7″ (the back legs).
  10. With a hot glue gun, glue both pieces in place. (The shorter piece will go into the larger hole of the clothespin and the longer piece will go into the small hole of the clothespin).

Pop Up Grasshopper

This craft is a repeat, but I wanted to include it.

Grasshopper

Instructions

  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.

The Plague Of Boils

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Today’s crafts are based on the sixth plague on Egypt, the plague of boils.

“10 So they took soot from a kiln, and stood before Pharaoh; and Moses threw it toward the sky, and it became boils breaking out with sores on man and beast. 11 The magicians could not stand before Moses because of the boils, for the boils were on the magicians as well as on all the Egyptians.” Exodus 9:10-11

Appearing Boils

The Plague of Boils 1

The Plague of Boils 2

Instructions

  1. Print the templates onto regular copy paper. Do not use cardstock. Print the main image on one side, then the boils 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 main image using markers. DO NOT color the body of the figure with markers.
  4. Next lightly color in the body with a color pencil.
  5. Trace the outline of the figure with regular glue and allow the glue to dry.
  6. When the glue has dried color in the boils on the back with markers.
  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 figure with the oil. A little oil goes a long way. As the oil is absorbed by the paper the boils will start to come through.
  9. With a paper napkin wipe off any excess oil from the front and back of the paper.

Boil Infestation

The Plague of Boils 3

Instructions

  1. Print the template. (Template)
  2. Color in the boils.
  3. Cut out all of the boils.
  4. Grab each individual boil and with a small amount of glue, have your kids glue them to their hands and arms.
  5. Now for the fun part. Make the boils look more realistic by using Vaseline, makeup (lipstick, eyeliner, etc.), or even paint.

The Plague On Livestock

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Today’s craft is based on the fifth plague on Egypt, the plague on livestock.

“So the Lord did this thing on the next day, and all the livestock of Egypt died; but of the livestock of the sons of Israel, not one died.” Exodus 9:6

The Plague On Livestock

Instructions

  1. Print the templates onto cardstock. (Template)
  2. Color and cut out the masks. Let your kids choose which mask they would like to make.
  3. To finish the mask you can either punch out a hole on both sides of the mask and attach a piece of yarn or you can glue a large popsicle stick to the mask as a handle.