Jesus’ crucifixion was one of the most horrifying events in history. This illustration of Jesus’ crucifixion strikes a balance between the sorrow of the event and the need for an age-appropriate depiction of the scene. Even small children can learn from this illustration.
Good Friday Bible Activities
The story of Jesus’ crucifixion is arguably the most important story in the Bible, and all of history for that matter. It was on the cross that Jesus accomplished and “finished” His work. Christians today remember and even celebrate the event as “Good Friday.” It was a horrible day for Jesus and His disciples, but it was the day Jesus secured forgiveness for us. We remember His sacrifice, but celebrate His forgiveness! The Good Friday Bible activities listed below are about the events surrounding Jesus' crucifixion.
The story of Jesus’ crucifixion is arguably the most important story in all of the Bible. This Good Friday story profile provides a simple overview of the story (for kids) along with highlights, points of interest, and an approximate date for the crucifixion event.
This Good Friday greeting card with John 14:6a will remind the child and the recipient that Jesus is “the way, the truth, and the life.” Jesus shared these words with His disciples the night of the last supper just hours before His crucifixion on Good Friday.
This Easter handprint craft relates to the resurrection and will reinforce for children the simple truth that Jesus paid the price for our sins. A list of supplies needed for they typical handprint craft is included in the PDF, but the instructions are self-explanatory.
Working this Find Your Way to Jesus’ Tomb Easter Sunday maze will help children remember that Mary found her way to Jesus’ tomb on the first Easter Sunday morning, and learn that the tomb was empty! Jesus really was alive and is still alive today!