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7 Lesson-Filled Sunday School Crafts

We learn many important things from Sunday school. As a child, though, what I looked forward to the most were the activities and arts and crafts! I guess this is mostly because arts and crafts are fun to do, aren’t they? More importantly, children actually learn more from doing these crafts because they gain the opportunity to experience the lesson and not just hear it.

For Sunday school, making sure that children understand Biblical truths is doubly important. This is why I came up with a list of Sunday school crafts that you can make with your students. Oh, for parents, you can also do these crafts with your children at home!

  1. God’s Armor

We can read about the Armor of God in Ephesians 6:13-17, but instead of merely reading this to your students (or children), you can make them “experience” it and fully remember it through this craft.

You can see detailed instructions of the craft here.

If you are teaching children about the armor of God watch the video.  We have a fun little origami card that  helps children learn the Armor of God.   If you would like a free sample click this link.  You’ll only pay $3.00 for shipping (in the USA, slightly more outside)

  1. Wise and Foolish Builders
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Image from bibleschoolteachers.blogspot.com/

Young children are old enough to learn how to be wise, and the best way to do this is to share Jesus’ parables, one of which is the parable of the wise and the foolish builders.

You can see detailed instructions of the craft here.

  1. Paper Towel and Toilet Paper Cross

The Cross is the most important symbol in the Bible because it symbolizes one of the most important truths: Jesus lived, died, and overcame death.

You can see detailed instructions of the craft here.

  1. Noah’s Ark
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Image from readingconfetti.com

The story of Noah’s ark must be one of the first Biblical stories children hear, and one of the most amazing parts of it is how all kinds of animals were able to stay inside harmoniously.

You can see detailed instructions of the craft here.

  1. Moses at the Red Sea

Another of the most popular Biblical stories is the story of Moses and how God parted the Red Sea for him and the Israelites to pass through, which demonstrates God’s power.

You can see detailed instructions of the craft here.

  1. Teaching Grace

One of the underlying concepts that the entire Bible presents is the concept of grace. From the Old Testament to the New Testament, God wants to show his people unending grace.

You can see detailed instructions of the craft here.

  1. Salt Dough Empty Tomb
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Image from almostunschoolers.blogspot.com

Finally, probably the most important event described in the Bible is Jesus’ resurrection, symbolized by the empty tomb, because it is the ultimate event that completed God’s Plan of Salvation.

You can see detailed instructions of the craft here.

Do you know more Sunday school crafts? Feel free to share them in the comments!

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