Children learn to appreciate some of the customs practiced during the time of Jesus by participating in a Passover feast.
The children will create cards to tell the story of Jesus’ death and resurrection.
The children will identify positive and negative responses to peer pressure.
Hear the shouts of Hosanna, and feel the breeze of the palm branches with this colorful bulletin board about the triumphal entry of Jesus.
Curiosity is explored in this fun Valentine project involving God’s word.
Children make an edible treat which represents the sacrifice that Jesus made on the cross.
The children will connect paper hearts as a reminder to stick together as believers.
A stained glass craft that reminds children that Jesus has risen!
As Jesus hung on the cross, He asked His Father to forgive.
A sweet craft to help the kids remember that Jesus loved them so much, He gave up His
life on a cross.
Children make a cross from a palm leaf to help remind them of the sacrifice Jesus made for all of us.
How many times should I forgive? A delightful craft to show how often we should forgive one another.
Kids love this energy burning game. It can be adjusted to fit many different topics and themes.
Kids use their throwing skills to earn chances to answer questions about Jesus and the cross.
A three-week series that teaches children about the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Jesus’ crucifixion and resurrection provided salvation for all mankind.
Easter lessons to teach children about the characters who were involved in death and resurrection of Jesus.
In this lesson, children learn that Jesus encountered crowds with drastically different responses to His position as God’s Son.
In this lesson, children learn that believers need God’s help so we can live boldly for Him.
After completing this Sunday school lesson, the children will understand the Resurrection of Jesus, and how the disciples found hope and joy because He rose from the grave. This hope and joy is available to all who know Jesus.
In this three-week series children lean that Jesus loves us so much that He willingly died on the cross for the forgivness of our sins.
In this lesson, children learn that rulers make good and bad decisions, yet God is always in control.
The soldiers witnessed Christ’s crucifixion and the evidences of His resurrection.
A surprising Object Talk the kids can participate in that will show how the Words of Christ became clear after His resurrection.
(Word Fill-in) Children find key words from the story about Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem.
(Crossword) The children will complete a puzzle, using their Bibles, to learn about the crowd's conflicting opinions of Jesus.
(Jigsaw) "All we like sheep have gone astray," Isaiah 53:6: A cross-shaped puzzle to help the kids memorize.
(Word Search) Children search for words related to Jesus rising from the dead.
(Cross-out) As Jesus died on the cross between two criminals, He asked His Father to do something very special for all of us. What He asked is found in Luke 23:24.
(Crossword) A search of the scriptures focusing on the betrayal and crucifixion of Jesus.
(Crossword) Children discover things they might have seen or heard had they been present during the Lord's Supper.
A skit between two boys and the real reasons for celebrating Easter. (A skit for two persons)
A skit about how a boy's young donkey went from ordinary to extraordinary
because of our Lord Jesus. (Skit for three - four)
It's never too late to do the right thing.