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Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it. ~ Proverbs 22:6 KJV

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    Find Sunday School Games - Teach kids about the bible and help them learn their bible verses with these easy to follow bible games.

    Monday, June 24, 2013

    When you're Sunday school class is studying the books of the bible, print out the FREE books of the bible Sunday school coloring pages on our site. We have lots of coloring pages for you to use and are adding more each week, so check back often. Adding your e-mail address to the right, will ensure you don't miss any of the FREE stuff we offer.

    Books of the Bible Sunday School Coloring Pages

    Below is the book of Numbers coloring page. Just to give you a bit of back ground on the book of Numbers, I've added a little bit about the bible story.

    The children of Israel moved from place to place living in tents for 40 long years. What they didn't know when they started their journey to the promised land was that it was only a few short days walk from where they were to where they were going.

    Instead, they wandered around the wilderness. The sad part was that none of the people who left Egypt made it into Canaan. Only their children was allowed to cross over into the promised land. Moses wasn't even one of them.

    The Book of Numbers Coloring Page
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    The words in the circle read 'The Children of Israel wandered in the wilderness 40 years.'


    Wednesday, June 19, 2013

    Proverbs 3:5 is a verse kids and adults alike need to keep close to their hearts. It should be a verse that is automatically thought of when times are tough and when times are good.

    Trusting in the Lord should be a daily practice for Christians. How can we, as teachers or parents, expect kids to trust in the Lord if they don't see us trusting?

    No matter what life throws your way, 'Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding'. Teach this verse and learn it yourself. Keep it close.

    Another way to help kids understand this is with prayer. Kids often pray for the things they want or the people they know, but do they pray for God to lead them and guide them?

    We used this coloring sheet to go along with the King David Sunday school lesson.

    Coloring Pages

    Here is just one of the coloring pages we have available for FREE on this blog. If you're looking for something different, just scroll through the pages to see what you can find.

    The coloring page below can be used as a plain sheet for coloring or it can be folded in half to allow the kids to write on the inside. It can be folded the opposite way for the kids to draw on the outside whichever they prefer.

    For older kids, have them write some of the things in their life they need to be trusting God to help them with. Have them keep it under their pillow as a reminder to trust God to lead their lives.

    Have prayer with your class and ask God to lead each child they way he would want them to go.

    Prayer - Trust in the Lord
    Coloring Page
    (Double-Click to print)

    King David
    Clipart: Christians Unite
    Sunday School Lessons
    Even though Jesse's youngest son became known as the famous King David, it wasn't an easy road. The road was long and hard. In fact, the road was so rough that only David himself was fit to walk it. But, because David trusted God and praising him all the way, David became king and was known as 'a man after God's own heart'.

    If David had chosen his own path, God couldn't have used him.

    Bible Verse for this Lesson:

    Proverbs 3:5-6 KJV
    Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding.
    In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths.

    King David

    Begin the Sunday school lesson by asking the kids if they know of a famous David in the bible. More than likely, they will think of David and Goliath.

    Wait for answers.

    While this is the same David, our Sunday school lesson today isn't about that particular story.

    The lesson...

    David was the youngest of 8 boys. His job was to watch over the sheep. But, even though he was the youngest and just a shepherd boy, God chose him to be a king. Normally, the king's son would become the new king, but not this time. God had a different plan.

    Of course, David didn't immediately become the new king. There was already a king - King Saul.

    The problem was that as time went on, King Saul became jealous of David and tried to kill him over and over.

    Instead of David fighting back, he left.
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    Coloring Page

    If it had been time for David to become king, God would have made it possible, but it wasn't the right time yet. For many years, Saul sought to kill David, but was unsuccessful.

    Time and time again, David had the chance to kill Saul too. But, he didn't.

    Once he sneaked up behind Saul and cut a piece of his robe off. He wanted to show Saul that he could have killed him, but he chose not to.

    Another time, he sneaked into Saul's tent and took his spear and canteen. Again, he could have killed Saul, but chose not to.

    He wanted Saul to know that he wouldn't go against God.

    In the end, Saul fell on his own sword and died. Then, King David took the throne.

    It took 20 years for David to become king.

    What We Learned:

    God does things in his own time. While we tend to want things now, God doesn't always see fit for us to have it now. Sometimes, we have to wait years and years before he answers our prayers while other times he answers our prayers with a simple 'no'.

    David was chosen by God to become King David, but 19 years later he still wasn't king.

    David chose to serve God and to praise him through all those years. When the time was right, David took the throne.

    When you pray, pray that God will have his own will with the answers to your prayers.

    No matter what happens, God knows best and we must trust in that.

    Tuesday, June 11, 2013

    Over the years, we've come up with some interesting gifts and crafts for the kids to make as a Father's Day Sunday school activity. Some were hits and others were less than great.

    Father's Day
    Sunday School Activity
    Photo: changeorder - Flickr
    But, one of our favorites stands true year-after-year.

    It is simple, but does require a little help from some other adults.

    Sunday School Activity for Father's Day

    This Sunday school activity goes great with the Father's Day Sunday school lesson.

    You can do this activity one of two ways. I'll tell you right up front - one is messy and the other is not. Although, we do prefer the messy one.

    What you'll need for the NOT-so-messy activity:

    • construction paper
    • scissors
    • glue
    • markers

    What to do:

    Trace the child's foot on one piece of construction paper, cut it out, and paste it onto another sheet of construction paper. The papers should be two different colors.

    Then, print on the sheet this little message to the fathers or grandfathers:

    I am following in your foot prints (or steps - whichever you like).
    Proverbs 22:6 KJV

    You can print out the verse or leave it like it is above. With small paper, you may not have enough room for the entire verse. Of course, you can always print it out using a printer which will give you more space.

    If a child in your class doesn't have a father figure, he or she can give it to a special man in the church that they choose.

    What you'll need for the VERY messy activity:
    Older kids can get more creative
    if they choose and according to the
    amount of time you have.
    Photo: dekade 

    • construction paper
    • paint (be sure to get the kind that washes out of clothes easily)
    • makers
    • old sheet, blanket, or plastic table cloth
    • bucket for water
    • old towels
    What to do:

    Have the children take off their socks and shoes. Be sure to have a large work area covered with a old blanket or sheet. We like to use a plastic table cloth from our local dollar store.

    Next, paint the bottom of the child's foot and place it onto the paper to make a footprint. Be sure to have a bucket or bowl of water nearby for rinsing the foot and an old towel for drying.

    Do one paper for each child and let dry.

    When the paper is dry, print this message to fathers or grandfathers:

    I am following in your foot prints (or steps - whichever you like).
    Proverbs 22:6 KJV

    You can print out the verse or leave it like it is above. With small paper, you may not have enough room for the entire verse. Of course, you can always print it out using a printer which will give you more space.

    If a child in your class doesn't have a father figure, he or she can give it to a special man in the church that they choose.
    Teaching the importance of becoming a good father is not just the job of the parents. Kids come to Sunday school to not only learn about God, but to learn how they can be more Christ-like. As little boys grow, they need to be taught what it means to be a good Christian father and who better to set the good example than God our heavenly father?

    Father's Day
    Sunday School Lesson
    Train up a child...
    Father's Day

    This Father's Day Sunday school lesson is geared toward the little boys in the class along with showing both girls and boys how much God the father loves them.

    By teaching the young boys in the class what is meant by being a Christian father, the girls can benefit as well. This will help them understand the importance of looking for a man who will make a good Christian husband and father to their children.

    Begin the lesson by asking the kids what Father's Day means to them.

    Wait for answers.

    Then ask if they know God is our heavenly father.


    1 Corinthians 1:3 KJV
    Grace be unto you, and peace, from God our Father, and from the Lord Jesus Christ.

    God, our heavenly father, loves us so much that he sent his only begotten son to die on the cross for our sins so that one day we can go to heaven to live with him forever.

    Now that's love.

    Becoming a Christian Father

    Provoke Not

    Our heavenly father not only shows us what it is like to be a father, but gives us scripture to help boys become wonderful fathers too. The bible tells us that father's are not to provoke their children. Fathers are suppose to teach their kids about God, the bible, and how they are to live according to his word.

    Ephesians 6:4 KJV
    And, ye fathers, provoke not your children to wrath: but bring them up in the nurture and admonition of the Lord.
    How can this verse help kids now? Many children tease, pester, and pick on other children just to make them angry or upset. Habits we learn as children often carry over into our adult life. We need to care for others lending a helping hand when needed. We should also stand up for those who are being picked on or pestered. This lets the Lord shine through.

    Godly Routines

    Fathers are to take their children to church, to teach them about God, and to lead and guide them in God's path. God promises us that if we raise our children for him, they will always come back to him no matter what things they encounter in their lives.

    Proverbs 22:6 KJV
    Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.

    As parents, it is our job to take our children to church. It is also our responsibility to teach them at
    Get the Father's Day
    Sunday School Activity
    home about God. Making bible study, church, Sunday school, VBS, and any time the church doors are open a family routine helps teach kids that fellowship and worship are essential for growing in Christ.

    When kids are taught to attend these gatherings along with having daily prayer and bible study, they will also do this with their children. These small, yet huge, Godly habits will set the standard for your children and grandchildren for years to come.

    For the Girls

    Girls need to look for these qualities in a man they would like to marry. If the man has never been in a routine of going to church, he may not go when they are married. If the man doesn't love God, married life will be very difficult for the mother.


    The mother and father will not see eye-to-eye on the importance of taking their children to church, reading the bible, or having a good Christian family routine.

    Becoming Christian Parents

    Start praying today!

    Ask God to help you become a wonderful Christian father or mother. Ask him to send you a wonderful Christian husband or wife that he chooses for you.

    It is never too early to pray for these things.

    Luke 1:37 KJV 
    For with God nothing shall be impossible.

    Pray with your kids now and ask God to help them become wonderful Christian parents.


    Monday, June 3, 2013

    Tower of Babel
    Sunday School Lessons
    According to several different sources, there are more than 6700 different languages in the world. Of course, most of those languages are not spoken regularly. It is estimated that between 100 and 200 different languages are actual 'official languages' (whatever that means). Now, think back a little further than that...a little further...a little further...

    The question is - where did all these different languages come from?

    Thankfully, God doesn't leave us to wonder about this.

    In this Sunday school lesson, kids will learn the disobedience of people and the power of God.

    Sunday School Lesson - Tower of Babel

    Begin your Sunday school lesson by asking the class how many languages they can name.

    Wait for answers.

    You'll need to start the Tower of Babel Sunday school lesson with Noah and his family leaving the ark after it came to rest on top of Mount Ararat.

    Ask the kids how much they remember about the bible story of Noah. Try to keep them focused on 'after the flood' when everyone and everything left the ark.

    What did God tell them to do?

    God told Noah and his sons, "Be fruitful and multiply" (Genesis 9:1 KJV).

    It was Noah's family's job to have children and grandchildren and they were to have children and grandchildren to repopulate the earth. As the children had more children, they were to spread out over the earth, but they didn't.

    Instead, they went east where they stayed in a land called Shinar.

    Different Languages

    After Noah left the ark, the bible tells us that 'the whole earth was of one language, and of one speech' (Genesis 11:1 KJV).

    Get the Tower of Babel
    Word Search
    Sunday School Activity
    But, it didn't stay that way for long.

    You see, the people began to build a city. Then, they decided to build a tower. They wanted to make a name for themselves and decided to build a huge tower with a top that reached all the way to heaven (Genesis 11:4 KJV).

    Not only did the people disobey God by not spreading out over the whole earth, they also thought they could do whatever they wanted. They thought they could just start building a tower and that it would reach heaven.

    God had other plans, though.

    He wanted them to know that he was in control.

    So, he mixed up their languages so that they couldn't understand each other (Genesis 11:7 KJV). When God gave them all different languages to speak, they couldn't keep building the tower. No one could tell anyone else what needed to be done.

    This tower became known as the Tower of Babel because everyone sounded like they were babbling to each other.

    After this, the Lord scattered all the people around the earth.

    The Power of the Lord God

    God has the power to all things. The bible tells us we are to 'fear the Lord'. That doesn't mean to be afraid of him. It means that he will correct us when we do things we shouldn't. It means we should want to make God proud of us. We should want to please him.

    Do you know the sick, scared feeling you get when you've done something wrong and you are hoping no one finds out about it?

    When we are living our lives for God, we are happy and content, but when we are not living for God, we should fear him because we've done something wrong.

    Strive each day to live for God. Fearing the Lord God is a good thing. It helps us to do what is right and to feel his love for us.

    What We Learned

    We learn that obeying God is the most important thing and when we find ourselves not obey God, he will correct us. Never think that God isn't watching. He knows what is going on at all times even inside your head. Yes - he knows what you're thinking.

    Just as our parents must correct us when we do something wrong, God, our heavenly father, must also correct us. We see over and over in the bible when people did things they shouldn't and God had to correct them.

    One of the most famous bible stories is that of Adam and Eve. After Adam and Eve ate the forbidden fruit, God made them leave the Garden of Eden never to return.

    Always obey your mom and dad and always obey God. If you do not, you can be sure that your earthly parents or your heavenly father will correct you.

    You can do several different things when teaching the Sunday school lesson about the Tower of Babel, but for kids 7 years old and above, let them do a quick word search.

    Use this word search either before the Sunday school lesson to get the kids thinking about how the words tie into the bible story or give it to them after to reinforce what you've just taught. Some teachers even like to send the papers home with the kids so the kids will have something to do on the ride home.

    I've found that with the kids in our Sunday school class, if they don't do the puzzles in class, the papers sometimes don't even make it home. But, if the kids work on them in class, they can't wait to show them to their parents.

    Every church is different as is every Sunday school class. Choose what's best for your kids and enjoy this FREE Sunday school activity.

    And like I've said before - adults love word searches too (hint! hint!).


    Tower of Babel Word Search

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    Click here to find more Sunday school activities!

    Sunday, June 2, 2013

    It's taken us a while, but we finally have started working on our books of the bible coloring pages again. We know many of you have been searching for them and we haven't been supplying your needs.

    For that, we are sorry.

    Hopefully, we will be back in full swing and will get the next several coloring pages to you quickly.

    Sunday School Coloring Pages

    The book of Leviticus is full of great information. One of the main things we think of when we think of  Leviticus is the tabernacle. God didn't leave us wondering what the tabernacle looked like. He gave us every single detail about each and every side, inside and out.

    That's why we chose to use the tabernacle as our Leviticus coloring page. We hope you enjoy it.

    You can find more books of the bible coloring pages by clicking the links below:

    Genesis Coloring Page
    Exodus Coloring Page


    Leviticus Coloring Page

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