A craft children can hang up in their room or their Christmas tree.
Curiosity is explored in this fun Valentine project involving God’s word.
Christmas is a time of wonderful expectations. This free advent calendar will help children count down the days to Jesus' birth.
Kids make a beautiful flower to remind them to be thankful for all God does.
Children make an edible treat which represents the sacrifice that Jesus made on the cross.
The children will create a group craft that encourages giving good advice.
The children will connect paper hearts as a reminder to stick together as believers.
A craft to show how God provides for those He loves in special ways.
Children make a paper crown that displays the characteristics of a godly leader.
Kids create a colorful necklace as a reminder to dedicate their whole lives to Jesus.
Kids make a field of flowers to show the many blessings they have from God.
The children will make a craft about God’s power.
A stained glass craft that reminds children that Jesus has risen!
As Jesus hung on the cross, He asked His Father to forgive.
Kids have fun making this personalized bookmark for their dads
Children complete a special Father’s day craft to honor their fathers, grandfathers, or other male role models in their lives.
Kids will make a bookmark to remember the five steps to having God's Word become a part of their life.
A fun craft that can be used to review memory verses or the miracles that Jesus performed.
With this Flying Fish craft, kids will make a colorful fish that spins and flies through the air.
Children will memorize 1 John 5:7-8 and learn the meaning of God being three in one: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
A brightly colored, magnetic, foam fish to remind kids of Jesus.
Jesus came from a royal family, a direct descendant of King David. The Genealogy of Jesus Wheel provides the kids a fun way to compare the Genealogy of Jesus with their own.
Kids will make a dictionary that describes what they know about God from A to Z.
The children will create a mosaic to help them remember God's attributes.
Kids create their own set of Biblical armor.
The children will identify God’s rewards for obedience.
A wacky air freshener craft to remind the children how their love for Jesus is like sweet smelling fragrance.
This craft encourages attendance, class participation, evangelism, and good behavior.
Children create an attractive card using hearts to bring a cheerful message of joy and love for Valentine's Day or other special occasions
A sweet craft to help the kids remember that Jesus loved them so much, He gave up His
life on a cross.
This craft will help children memorize and keep the Word of God close to their hearts.
A fun craft to help children with their daily walk with God and to encourage good habits.
As children drift off to sleep, they think about Jesus. Then in the morning, they thank Him for a new day.
A whale of a craft to help kids remember the story of Jonah and that walking with God in obedance is always the best choice.
The children will create a summary to recount Joseph of Arimathea’s service to Jesus.
Giggles abound with this craft showing it is important to listen to God.
Not only a craft, but also a thoughtful gift for someone special. Easy to assemble but packed with love and kindness.
The children will make a craft that will remind them to be merciful.
An awesome reminder that God performs many miracles, and He is amazing!
Kids will make a beautiful flower, which displays their love and thankfulness for their mothers.
A craft to help children understand how their hearts can become "beautiful" and acceptable to God.
A Christmas coloring craft to show how children can give special gifts to Jesus.
The children will discover that God cares more about our hearts than outward appearances.
This craft will help children realize the fun God must have had creating the universe.
The children will create a book to help them remember to pray.
A craft that will help children remember to pray for specific needs.
The children will fill their “hearts” with the Spirit.
The children will plan their course and watch as God guides their steps.
(Page 1) The children will begin creating a book of God’s names.
(Page 6) The children will continue creating a book of God’s names.
(Page 2) The children will continue creating a book of God’s names.
(Page 7) The children will finish creating a book of God's names.
(Page 3) The children will continue creating a book of God’s names.
(Page 4) The children will continue creating a book of God’s names.
(Page 5) The children will continue creating a book of God’s names.
The children make a craft to remind them that God’s love and mercy is never ending and new every day.
The children will create a craft to compare the disobedient actions of Zedekiah and the obedient actions of Jeremiah.
The children will have fun drawing while their choices lead them to consider the biblical meaning of replacing the old self with the new.
Children make a cross from a palm leaf to help remind them of the sacrifice Jesus made for all of us.
Students will recreate a simple craft that is a part of the ancient religious leader’s tradition in memorizing scripture. The Children will wear it symbolically.
Kids use items from home to make a personalized three-dimensional picture that will help remind them how to live for Jesus.
The children will make a craft that helps them understand the role of the Holy Spirit in a believer's life.
Students will create a pyramid snack constructed from graham crackers and icing to remind them of God’s protection of Jesus in Egypt.
The children will create a craft to remind them of God’s mercy.
Children relate this familiar Bible story to how we are all different and special because God made us in His image.
Children make a colorful bracelet to help them remember how to preach the Gospel effectively.
A fun way for kids to find a verse from the Bible that will help them when they feel tempted.
A little book with a big message.
Children create a colorful grain silo to demonstrate the seven good years and seven bad years during the time of Joseph.
How many times should I forgive? A delightful craft to show how often we should forgive one another.
Children are reminded how Jesus is the Good Shepherd by creating a shepherd's staff.
Children use yummy treats to prepare a table as it says in Psalm 23:5, "You prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies."
The children will create a shield to display godly characteristics.
A wonderful craft to begin a Sunday School Class. The children have an opportunity to be creative while enjoying the fellowship of their classmates.
Kids create a fun beach scene that includes a whale spiting out Jonah and a few other things.
The children will create a craft about bravely choosing to help others.
Stick puppets can be used for many short skits or role plays. Instead of the kids reading their parts, let them act them out with these simple but exciting puppets.
The children will create a visual aid to help them remember that Jesus can calm the storms in their lives.
The children will create a collage to remind them of God’s love.
Children create ornaments to hang around their necks to remind them of Proverbs 1:8-9.
This Mother’s Day craft teaches children to honor their parents and obey God.
Children create colorful banners to show others how they are members of Team Jesus.
A simple yet colorful basket the children can enjoy filling with God’s provisions.
When finished, this craft will be a reminder that the Lord is our fortress, our deliverer,
our shield, and the strength of our salvation.
Creativity flourishes with this craft that has endless applications.
The children create a craft to learn about the Holy Spirit’s coming at Pentecost.
An excellent Bible craft kids can use to remember their favorite verse from the Bible.
When finished, this craft becomes a game students can play with friends.
A happy snowman to help the kids learn, "Even though your sins are bright red, they will be as white as snow" Isaiah 1:18 (NIRV)
Students will make a beautiful bookmark craft reminding them to seek Jesus through God’s Word.
The children will learn that we should always work hard for God.