Check out these unique craft ideas in which children can create fun, visual representations while learning the biblical story of Noah and the Ark.
Check out these unique craft ideas in which children can create fun, visual representations while learning the biblical story of Jonah and the whale.
Bring the story of Daniel and the Lion's Den to life with the Daniel in the Lion's Den Lion Mosaic craft. Crafted from tissue paper, pasta, a paper plate, and glue, this adorable craft is sure to bring a smile to children's faces.
This craft can help children understand ocean and aquatic life while learning about the story of creation.
These are very easy and fun crafts using paper plates and a few additional craft supplies to help children understand the outline of the story of creation. This craft can easily be used in Sunday School, VBS, Camp or home project.
Children will easily remember the story of Joseph after crafting the Joseph's Coat of Many Colors craft. Made from clear gift wrap paper, tissue paper, stapler, and colored cardstock, this crinkly craft is sure to be a hit!
Teach your child the fruits of the spirit with the Fruits of the Spirit Bouquet. Children will be able to make nine different, brightly-colored cardstock pieces of fruit, one for each fruit of the spirit.
This is a fun and easy craft for children learning about the story of Noah and the Ark.
Teach children the importance of Psalms 23 through the Psalms 23 Handprint Sheep Craft. Make your own fluffy sheep from cotton balls, glue, white and black cardstock, wiggly eyes, and a pink pom-pom.
Helps kids learn the story of Noah's Ark with this fun bible craft featuring an ark that rocks back and forth! Use our printable template for the pieces and the animals. Kids can then make as many more pairs of animals as they like!