- Print the template on cardstock. (Template)
- Color and cut out all three pieces.
- Glue the Moses piece onto the middle of the long piece.
- On the largest piece fold along the dotted lines.
- Again on the largest piece, cut the two small dotted lines (located in the river).
- Stick each side of the long piece through each of the small flaps that you created in step 5.
A sun catcher craft for the story of Shadrach, Meshach, Abednego and the fiery furnace.
Your kids might need some help cutting out the template.
“23 But these three men, Shadrach, Meshach and Abed-nego, fell into the midst of the furnace of blazing fire still tied up. 24 Then Nebuchadnezzar the king was astounded and stood up in haste; he said to his high officials, “Was it not three men we cast bound into the midst of the fire?” They replied to the king, “Certainly, O king.” 25 He said, “Look! I see four men loosed and walking about in the midst of the fire without harm, and the appearance of the fourth is like a son of the gods!” 26 Then Nebuchadnezzar came near to the door of the furnace of blazing fire; he responded and said, “Shadrach, Meshach and Abed-nego, come out, you servants of the Most High God, and come here!” Then Shadrach, Meshach and Abed-nego came out of the midst of the fire.” Daniel 3:23-26
- Print the template onto card stock. (Template)
- Color the Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego figure.
- Glue the template sheet to the back of a sheet of black construction paper.
- Cut out all of the white of the inside of the furnace from the template. You will be left with the furnace outline.
- Then cut out the whole figure of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego.
- Place the furnace outline onto a self laminating sheet or contact paper, construction paper side down.
- Place the figure of Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego in the center of the furnace outline.
- Fill the inside of the furnace with different color tissue paper.
- Cover with another sheet of self laminating sheet or contact paper.
- Cut out the furnace from the laminating sheet or contact paper.
- Stick the fiery furnace onto your window with double sided tape.
With this craft your kids will be able to make their very own lion for the story of Daniel in the lions den.
I also have a version were the whole head moves. (Version 1)
- Print the template. (Template)
- Turn a paper sandwich/lunch bag upside down. Paint the large square green. You can also use tissue paper or construction paper.
- Color and cut out all of the pieces from the template.
- Glue the head piece of the lion onto the small square.
- Glue the smaller legs to the body of the lion.
- Glue the tail onto the body of the lion.
- Glue the mouth piece to the body of the lion.
- Glue the body of the lion onto the green square.
Moses In The Basket
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 city of Jericho feared the God of the Israelites. They had heard how He had freed them from Egypt and helped them cross the Red Sea.
Rahab feared God as well.
The city wanted to capture the spies and destroy them, but not Rahab. Rahab believed that God was the one true God and set out to protect the spies. Her household was saved because of her faith. Rahab serves as a good example of salvation through faith.
- Print the template on card stock. (Template)
- Color and cut out all of the pieces.
- Assemble the support piece found on the second page.
- Glue the hay to the top of the wall.
- Glue a piece of red string or yarn from the window of the tower. Give the string enough time to fry.
- Glue the tower to the assembled support piece.
One of my favorite Bible stories to make crafts for is the story of Noah’s ark, There are dozens and dozens of ideas you can play off of. The rainbow, the ark, the dove, Noah himself.
Here’s a cute craft your kids will enjoy making. It will remind them of this biblical story every time they see it.
- Print the template onto cardstock. You can use regular copy paper just be careful not to rip the craft. You can glue each piece onto construction paper for strength. (Template)
- Color and cut out all of the pieces.
- Add glue to the rectangle on the rainbow. Center the ark making sure the top of the rectangle aligns with the top of the ark.
- Glue on the wave, then the long strip.
- Finally glue on the animals.
You can adapt this craft any way you choose.
- Add glitter to the rainbow.
- Leave the wave off and color the long strip brown.
- You can use stickers or foam animals.
- Add on this cute Noah figure. (Template)
A great craft to help your kids remember the walls of the Red Sea and how God performed a miracle that allowed His people to cross into safety.
“Then Moses stretched out his hand over the sea; and the Lord swept the sea back by a strong east wind all night and turned the sea into dry land, so the waters were divided.” Exodus 14:21
- Print and color the templates. (Template)
- Cut out the figures and the main background.
- Fold the creases on the main background.
- Add glue to the two tabs to form the background.
- Fold the crease on the base of the figures.
- Add glue to the base of the figures and place them on the main background.
In the picture I colored the sand yellow, but your kids can use actual sand to decorate the background.
God appeared to Moses in a burning bush and told Moses He was sending him to Pharaoh to bring Gods people out of Egypt. Moses had many objections to God’s plan. He was fearful of Pharaoh rather than trusting in God. Four times he expressed his fear to God. When Moses expressed his lack of faith a fifth time, God became angry. Although God was angry with Moses, He had compassion on Moses. He understood Moses weakness and told Moses that He would send Aaron with him.
“The Lord said, “Moses, when the king asks you and Aaron to perform a miracle, command Aaron to throw his walking stick down in front of the king, and it will turn into a snake.” Exodus 7:8-9
- Print out the template. (Template)
- Cut out all of the pieces.
- Trace them onto construction paper. For the rod use brown. For the snake your kiddos can be creative.
- Assemble the snake and cut of any overhang of construction paper so you are left with a perfect snake shape.
- Glue the rod onto a piece of cardstock.
- Cut it out leaving a small white border.
- Then glue on the snake.
The kiddos can also draw on wood designs onto the rod if they choose.
God never abandoned the Israelites in the dessert and in the same way God does not abandon His children.
Through this story the kiddos will learn that God is always with His children guiding them and protecting them.
- Wrap a toilet paper roll with blue construction paper and a second one with either black or purple construction paper.
- On the blue toilet paper, glue on white cotton balls. Different sizes and patterns.
- With the black roll, using red, yellow and/or orange tissue paper, make little bunches and then glue them onto the pillar.
I have included flame templates in case you do not wish to use the tissue paper. (Template)
Noah’s ark is a favorite Bible story for many children, and this easy paper plate craft is a great way for kids to make a fun take home reminder of the lesson.
- Print the template. (Template)
- Paint a paper plate blue.
- Color then cut out the rainbow and the ark. (I recommend you use crayons or color pencils. As you can see I used markers and the browns and black are really dark, especially on the animals.)
- Glue the ark onto the plate.
- Finally glue the rainbow onto the plate. If you choose not to use the rainbow, you can paint a rainbow across the top edge of the plate instead.