Noah’s Ark

September 10th, 2010 by admin

This Noah’s Ark coloring page shows Noah directing the animals into the ark once it was finished.  Find the story in the Bible, Genesis 6-8.

Noahs Ark Coloring Page

To print this Noah’s Ark coloring page click the on the image.  Click again to zoom in.  Then under “File” choose “Page Setup” and select “Landscape”.  This Noah’s Ark coloring page is for educational use.  Not for resale or publication.

Artwork by Timothy G. Peters.
© TeachKidsAboutChrist.com

 

God Calls Samuel Coloring Page

September 10th, 2010 by admin

Here is a coloring page which shows the scene when God called Samuel.  Samuel was only a child when God spoke to him in an audible voice.  At first Samuel thought it was his guardian, the priest calling to him!

Samuel Hears God Coloring Page

To print God Calls Samuel Coloring Page:  click on the image and then click again once it has loaded.  This will size the Samuel coloring page properly for printing.  Please do not publish this coloring page on any other website.  Thank you!

Illustration by by Timothy G. Peters.
© TeachKidsAboutChrist.com

Naaman Coloring Page

September 10th, 2010 by admin

This is a coloring page about Naaman.  Naaman was a valiant warrior written about in the Old Testament of the Bible in the old testament.  Naaman had leprosy.  Naaman, was not from Israel and he didn’t know about the True God.  A young slave girl, captured from Israel, told Naaman that God could heal him.  Find the story at 2 Kings 5.

Naaman Coloring Page

Naaman Coloring Page Printing Instructions:
Click on the image.  When the Naaman coloring page opens, click on it again to bring it to full size.  Then print.

This Naaman coloring page is for educational purposes.  It is NOT for publication, including posting on other websites, or resale.

Illustration by by Timothy G. Peters.
© TeachKidsAboutChrist.com

How I Can Be Helpful

April 9th, 2010 by admin

This printable activity is great to use after telling the children the story about baby Moses.  Miriam helped her little brother Moses by watching out for him.  Ask the kids if they remember what Miriam did for little Moses.

Talk with the children about what things they could do to help others.  Any aged child can be helpful.  After talking about it with them, have the children each choose one thing to draw.  They should draw a picture of them helping.  Here’s a printable activity sheet where children can draw themselves helping.

Listening Game

April 8th, 2010 by admin

Age Group: The Listening Game is  quite popular with kids ages two to nine years of age.  Even the youngest children will enjoy and remember this game due to its repetitive nature.  Older children will enjoy participating in the Listening Game when playing this game with a multi-age group.

Materials Needed: There are no materials needed for the Listening Game!

This listening game works well as a pre-story activity for the Bible story of God calls Samuel.   Explain that the children should all pretend to be sleeping.

Then the teacher should call one of their names.  When a child hears their name they stand up and say, “Here I am”.  The teacher says, “Go back to bed”.  Repeat.  Make sure you call all the children’s names.  This game works best with a group of less than 20 children.

After the listening game ask the children, “Who should we listen to?”  Some good answers are parents, teachers and God.  If they don’t say God, make sure to supply that answer.  Then read the children the story of God calling Samuel (1 Samuel 3:1-10).

After the story you might want to ask the children how God speaks to us.  God speaks to us through His Word – the Bible.

Angel Dot to Dot

December 23rd, 2009 by admin

Here is a printable angel dot to dot.  It would be an excellent Bible printable to use for the Christmas story, the resurrection, or any other Bible story which features an angel.

Click on the angel dot to dot and then print.  This image is designed as an educational resource.  Please do not post this angel image on another website.  Thanks!

Baby Moses Coloring Page

December 19th, 2009 by admin

This Bible story coloring page shows baby Moses in a basket with his sister,  Miriam,  watching what will happen to him.  Pharaoh’s daughter finds baby Moses  in the basket, floating on the river.

baby-moses-coloring-page-full-size

Click on the picture and then print it.  You may use this image of baby Moses for educational purposes.  Please do not post this image on another website or publish it anywhere else. Thanks!

Artwork by Timothy G. Peters.
© TeachKidsAboutChrist.com

Go Back to Bed, Samuel

December 10th, 2009 by admin

Age Group: Go Back to Bed, Samuel is a little game that’s quite popular with kids ages two to nine years of age.  Even the youngest children will enjoy and remember this game due to its repetitive nature.  Go Back to Bed, Samuel is also great game to use with multi-age groups.

Materials Needed: There are no materials needed for Go Back to Bed, Samuel.

First tell the children the story of the child, Samuel, from 1 Samuel, chapter 3.  Then have all the children lay down.  Explain that, when you say, “Samuel”, they will run up to you and say, “What is it?  You called me.”  The teacher will say, “I didn’t call you.  Go back to bed.”  The children will run back to their spot and lie down.  This sequence of events will happen three times.  Then the teacher will say, “God is calling you. When you hear your name,  say, ‘Speak Lord, your servant is listening.’”  Then the children will run back to their spots.  This time when they hear, “Samuel!”,  they will say, “Speak Lord, your servant is listening!”

Children really enjoy acting this story out.  If time permits a teacher may want to allow the children to act out twice the entire story of the calling of Samuel.

The Animals Assemble

December 10th, 2009 by admin

Age Group: The Animals Assemble game is good for children aged three to ten.

Materials Needed: For the Animals Assemble game,  you will need small plastic animals – two of each kind.  These types of toys can be bought at a dollar store.

This game is about Noah and the flood (Genesis, chapters 6 and 7) and should be played after that story is told.   Two of each kind of animal came to Noah to enter the ark.  For this game,  have two of each type of animal hidden around the room.  The children need to find the animals and line them up two by two, each with its own kind, ready to enter the ark.  The teacher could play or sing the song “Arky, Arky” while the children are looking for the animals and lining them up to enter the ark.

Naaman Washing Game

December 10th, 2009 by admin

Age Group:  The Naaman Washing Game is fun for children from three to eight years old.  If the group is multi-age,  this game can be suitable for even older children.  They will go along with the pretending for the little ones.  :)

Materials Needed:

  • Baby powder in a Ziploc bag or Tupperware container
  • A cotton ball
  • A blue blanket or sheet

The Naaman Washing Game is a good activity to review the story of Naaman from 2 Kings 5:1-19.  Have the children sit in a circle with the blue blanket spread out in the middle.  Explain that the blanket is the Jordan River.  Pass the container of baby powder around with the cotton ball.  Let the children put ‘leprosy spots’ on their arms and face.  The teacher can go around with the container to help if the children are very young.

Then have the children all stand up and hold the blanket around the edges.  Lift the blanket up to cover all their heads.  Then put it down again.  Do this seven times,  just as Naaman dipped in the Jordan River seven times.  On the seventh time have the children quickly wipe off the baby powder while they are under the blanket.  Then they come up clean just like Naaman did!

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