Bible Activities that keep preschool aged children interested as they learn and grow Spiritually. Great for Sunday School, children's church, Bible camp, and VBS. More information
An activity to show children how God can use our friends to help in times of need and how we should have patience to let God answer our prayers.
In this coloring activity, children help King Saul find the missing corner of his robe that was
cut off by David.
A fun team building activity that helps teach children to pray for others.
A fun activity that teaches the importance of having a dependable map.
Do you ever wonder what is inside your friends’ heads? Jesus wants us to put Him first in our thoughts.
A fun pretending activity to show how Jesus can calm the storms in a young person's life.
In this activity, children choose some of the things they would like to be able to do in Heaven.
Children love to pretend. This fun, make-believe activity prepares the children for today’s Bible lesson.
A counting and coloring activity that helps children learn their left from their right, while learning that God cares for the creatures He has created.
An activity to help children realize some of the hardships of being blind.
Children connect the pictures that belong together while learning the difference between being born on earth and being born again of the Spirit.
This activity will help young children gain an understanding of the obstacles that Nehemiah faced while rebuilding the wall.
Children learn how teamwork can benefit our Christian service as they have fun building a structure together.
The children will have fun building a church using their bodies.
Children find their way through the maze of branches in the burning bush seen by Moses.
An activity to help young children know how and when they are giving proper attention to Jesus.
The children will learn how to create a calm, peaceful environment to rest in the Lord.
This activity will teach children how hard tasks become easier when we listen to God's instructions.
We honor God by making wise choices.
An activity to show how friends are special gifts from God.
An activity to teach children that the world and their classroom is a much better place because of rules.
Children learn to identify the country they live in and see how beautiful God made the world.
Using shapes to represent colors, children create a colorful picture of a heart and cross resembling a stained glass church window.
Children come aboard the boat to show how much Jesus cares about them.
The children will enjoy learning about the nine characteristics representing the Fruit of the Holy Spirit.
A simple activity that will help children acknowledge how blessed they truly are.
A counting activity to help children improve math skills, while learning about the "Tower of Babel."
Through this activity, children will gain an understanding of covenants, while making a keepsake to take home.
A fun activity to help the kids learn about the seven days of creation.
Children enjoy solving the puzzle, while learning that God protects us.
Children discover a simple but very effective way to make the right decisions.
A great activity to complement the story of David and Goliath using personalized stones.
The children dig to find a Bible verse, repeat it aloud, and encourage their classmates to do the same.
Children have fun while learning the importance of listening for Jesus.
Children will have fun learning about the percentage of tithing to God.
Children will have fun recognizing their facial expressions as both givers and receivers.
An ugly but tasty snack activity to remember John the Baptist.
An activity to help children understand the invisible world around them.
The children will enjoy reflecting and drawing things that they have enjoyed giving to others.
Let the eyes of the children's hearts be enlightened as they solve this puzzle. Ephesians 1:18
A coloring and drawing activity to reveal how good it is to have the eyes of the Lord watching over us all the time.
This activity helps children learn that God is fair when He gives us treasures.
Children will acknowledge their fears and learn how to trust in the Lord.
Children learn the importance of following God's instructions.
A counting activity that teaches children that forgiveness is a gift of love.
Children see how friends, whether good or bad, can easily rub off on us.
In this activity, children demonstrate that sometimes it pays to be last.
An "I Spy" activity based on Israel's search for the "Promised Land"
This activity will teach children that God does not care if our gift is large or small, but rather He looks at the heart from which the gift was given.
Children will color two pages, one sloppy, and the other as neat as possible, to learn how God desires the best from us.
The children will enjoy an activity that will demonstrate how to give and receive.
A fun activity to show how making the right choice is always the best.
The children will enjoy receiving a sticker to enlighten them of their feelings and expressions when giving and receiving.
Children will practice going the extra mile to show love to their enemies.
Children must go through Jesus to complete this maze. There is no other way.
A singing, jumping, lively journey to the Jordan River to find John the Baptist.
Children enjoy coloring their favorite foods as they learn that all good things come from God.
The children will discover just how much God provides and helps us.
This puzzle teaches an important truth and helps children improve their fine motor skills.
A fun writing and coloring activity that teaches children that God loves them
An activity to help the children understand that God provides for everyone in different ways.
Children discover some of the many ways God speaks to those who follow Him.
A coloring activity to help the children learn that God loves them and knows them by name.
This activity will stick in children's memory's as they participate in an activity which teaches them about God's mercy.
A fun writing activity that teaches children about the Bible.
Children discover the importance of doing good deeds for others.
The children will learn that sometimes we receive good news, whereas other times we receive bad news. Either way, our response to the news is the most important part.
The children will enjoy creating footprints to understand that goodness and mercy follow believers all the days of their lives.
An old favorite but with a few new surprises.
Children guess which sounds are made by different items, and learn that Jesus knows
exactly who we are when we pray.
Children learn that wisdom comes from the Lord and that we all have pieces of wisdom.
An activity to help children think about making healthy choices.
The children will understand that there are many benefits when giving with a cheerful heart.
An Activity and a Craft where children search for missing hearts that once found make a special gift of love.
Children have fun guessing whose name belongs to whom as they pretend to be like
some very special people in the Bible.
An activity for preschoolers to identify items that can be used to help people get well.
Children learn that God wants us to grow both physically and spiritually.
This activity will help children identify different ways to honor God.
Children match the correct basket to the number of loaves and fish shown.
A fun activity to help help younger children understand how tall King Nebuchadnezzar's golden statue was.
Children make a small book that teaches them about God.
An "I Spy" activity based on David and Goliath.
(Coloring Activity) As followers of Jesus, we should not have favorites, but love everyone.
The children will participate in an activity to help them identify ways to honor God.
A colorful activity to help the children see that God is with us in the person of Jesus,
as described in Matthew 1:23.
Children learn the importance of forgiving others, as God forgives us.
Children discover that God created each kind of animal and gave them all a special place to live
Children create the manger scene, but first they must find all the parts.
This activity helps children understand that our jealousy is wrong but thankfulness is right.
Children use size and shape to add missing objects to this scene before coloring.
A fun Christmas activity that will take the children back to the day when Jesus was born.
With this activity, children select five pictures that describe who Jesus is.
Children enjoy solving the puzzle, while learning an important truth.
Students learn about grouping items together using Joseph's adventures in Egypt as the basis of the activity.
As children obey instructions, they get to help create a color coat, like the one which was given to Joseph.
Children learn about mixing colors, while creating a coat of many colors for Joseph.
Many things are valuable, but nothing we desire is more valuable than godly wisdom.
A fun way for children to pretend they are angels going up and down a ladder just like in Jacob’s dream. (Genesis 28:12)
Children memorize scripture by jumping and repeating their memory verse.
Children leap and dance before the Lord as King David did when the ark of God
entered Jerusalem. (2 Samuel 6:14)
A fun activity that encourages kids to go to church.
A fun activity that encourages children to listen and interact, while learning about the Armor of God
A fun activity that encourages children to listen and interact with the story.
Children learn to celebrate the return of their friends.
Children pretend to look through God's eyes and choose between love and justice.
An activity to help children learn how they can love and help their neighbors.
An activity where children pretend to be a worshipper, like Mary, or a worker, like Martha.
An activity that helps children recognize different shapes and improves hand-eye coordination.
Children discover there are many important things, but nothing is more
important than Jesus.
Children will practice giving without expectations of receiving something in return.
A fun activity that helps children understand that God sees everything.
Children learn that their help comes from the Lord, while decorating Psalm 121:2a.
The children will enjoy a cut and paste activity to remind them that despite difficult times, they can stand firm and believe the impossible.
Children help Noah pair up the animals with this fun activity.
(Coloring Activity) Children race to finish their activity first while learning that sometimes being first is last and being last is first.
This activity helps children understand that God wants us to remember our parents' teachings.
The children will have fun seeing how hard they have to work to build a structure after obstacles are introduced into the mix.
A fun experiment to introduce children to one of the properties of oil while helping them gain an understanding of how oil was used during biblical times.
Children discover which types of activities help them build a solid foundation on Jesus Christ
Children will understand that they belong to one team—God's team.
God created people who are different, but all are special in His eyes. A sweet activity using oranges.
Children have fun creating their own caves. Then, they help David and Saul get out from deep inside. (1 Samuel 24)
The children will go on a nature walk to observe God’s love as shown through nature.
Children find their way to Jesus through a maze of palm branches.
Children will be enticed to enter a tent filled with scrumptious candy, but encouraged to wait until the end of the class, because then it will be even better.
The children will participate in an activity to teach them that only Jesus can pay for sin.
This activity introduces children to the importance of making good choices.
An interactive activity that helps children memorize simple Bible verses.
Jesus died on the cross to forgive our sins, and give us a way back to God.
This activity will help children recognize the feeling of jealousy, and learn how to be thankful for the good fortune of others.
The children will enjoy a brief activity that will teach them how to apply prayer's power of protection.
Children review the different parts of God's Armor needed to prepare for spiritual battle.
Children will enjoy taking a journey around the classroom to help remember Psalm 23.
Children improve their fine motor skills while having fun putting the picture together.
Children put pictures of Rahab hiding the spies in order according to the Bible story.
The children will learn about repentance and turning to God.
An activity to help children remember Jesus.
A snack activitiy that will help children understand the importance of the communion service.
The children will enjoy a fun activity that demonstrates how the Holy Spirit leads us on a path of righteousness.
Although we may not hear His actual voice, God will guide us by touching our hearts.
An activity to teach children that parent's rules and God's rules are designed to keep us safe.
Children participate in a colorful demonstration that will help them share the steps of salvation.
Children learned how people during the days of Ruth redeemed land and made the transaction legal by removing their shoe.
Children discover how only those who are born again will see the Kingdom of God.
Children share what they have to complete a project for the greater good.
Kids quickly decide if what you say is showing love and kindness or not.
Children will identify behaviors that show thanksgiving.
The children will enjoy a fun activity that demonstrates how vast the fishermen’s catch was with Jesus’ help.
A fun, happy, flashy, active, counting activity for preschoolers using the numbers 1 through 10.
Children search for matching stars because Jesus is the Bright Morning Star.
"Look up into the sky and count the stars if you can. That is how many descendants you will have." Genesis 15:5 NLT
Children learn how to make turning to the Lord and trusting in Him a good habit in their lives.
Before reacting in a negative way, it is always best to stop, drop, and pray.
A coloring activity using safety tips for crossing the street to help children learn how to stop, look, and listen for Jesus.
This activity will be a visual for the children to identify the colors in the rainbow and introduce them to one of God's most memorable covenants.
A puzzle that improves children's hand-eye coordination and number recognition, while they learn about the temple built by King Solomon.
This visual activity helps children identify their feelings as they say and hear the words "thank you."
A fun activity that helps remind children of the many things for which they should be grateful.
Children discover that God has created a world of beauty for us to enjoy.
Children enjoy completing a make-believe picture of the Garden of Eden by adding missing pieces.
The children participate in an activity that rewards them for showing God’s goodness to others.
The children take a quick church tour to visit places where people help others and serve God.
The children will enjoy decorating a staff as they learn how shepherds used this tool.
The children will act out a story to remind them to be merciful.
Children have fun thinking of cool ways to thank Jesus for their many blessings.
Children will see a visual demonstration of how God provides in different ways when we give to Him.
Children will have fun finding turkeys and thanking God for His many blessings.
Children learn they can choose what they say to others, but their words can be kind or unkind.
Children practice street smarts as they learn what the Bible says about being patient and brave while waiting for the Lord.
Kids pretend to walk on water by stepping on some friendly creatures.
Children learn how to watch and pray to keep them from sinning or being tempted to disobey.
Children take turns showing some of the ways they can show kindness and care for others.
A connect-the-pictures activity page where the children see that most of all, we need God.
Children learn that God can do anything that He wants to do. We pray according to His Will.
Children discover that many things in life need to be completed in a logical order.
This activity helps children understand that God is fair when He supplies our needs.
Children playfully come to understand that God speaks to us in a still, quiet voice.
A fun activity that helps children learn to pay attention to details.
The children will learn that many times broken things can be repaired when we ask God for help and wisdom.
The children will enjoy a fun activity that teaches the importance of getting to know someone before passing judgment.
By identifying some of the things Jesus is doing, the kids learn more about their Heavenly Father
An activity to show the children how God provides in many different ways.
An activity to help children think about living their lives for God.
In this fun activity, children will get an idea about where Jesus went after He died on the cross, and what He is preparing for those who believe in Him.
Children will learn that God gives them ideas of where and how to give.
Children circle the pictures that show who is being a good helper for God.
Children describe who Jesus is with the help of a few pictures.
Children will have fun connecting the similarities between a pet hearing its owner’s voice and sheep knowing their shepherd’s voice.
A Mother's Day coloring activity. First the children connect the babies with their correct mommy, then color the pictures.
Children take turns being the lost sheep while the shepherd guesses who is missing from the flock.
An activity to help the children learn that everyone needs our prayers.
Some people we should obey, others we should not, but we should always follow and obey Jesus.
Children decide which cartoon characters chose to obey.
In this activity, the children learn how important it is to follow exactly the orders given by adults.
Children match up the cartoon characters with the jobs they do.
Children use the letter B to help the wise men find baby Jesus.
A counting and coloring activity that teaches children about worship.
(Coloring Activity) Children learn the principle of saying yes or no, and what it means to keep their word.
An activity to help the children learn how to follow each other just as Ruth followed Naomi.
Children put pictures of Zaccheus in the correct order according to the story found in Luke 19:1-10.