This Story Illustration shows Peter pulling in the fishing nets when he sees Jesus. It can be used with children in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or with kids in a classroom setting like Sunday School.
A Miraculous Catch of Fish Bible Activities
In Luke 5:1-11, Peter, a fisherman, had worked all night, but to no avail. He made one more attempt when Jesus told him to do so. A miracle occurred! He and his coworkers caught more fish than their nets or boats could hold! Overcome, Peter knew Jesus was special and fell to his knees before Him. The activities below will help children better understand this event in Peter's life—and the fact that Jesus is indeed special.
This word search is for middle and older children and reinforces what the child has learned in the story of the miraculous catch of fish.
This word search is for older children and reinforces what the child has learned in the story of the miraculous catch of fish involving Peter and Jesus.
For younger children or older preschoolers who can count, this connect the dot color sheet will entertain your child as you teach about the miraculous catch of fish.
Peter and some other disciples caught so many fish in their nets they couldn’t haul them all in. Color the fish caught in this net!
Help Peter find his way through the fishing village to Andrew. Middle and older children will have fun with the maze as you teach them the story from Luke 5:1-11.
This word scramble involves 9 words from the story of the miraculous catch of fish found in Luke 5:1-11. Use it to reinforce your teaching of the story.
This spot the difference activity will challenge older children to locate 14 differences in the two teaching pictures illustrating the story of the miraculous catch of fish found in Luke 5:1-11.
A fun matching game from Luke 5:1-11 when Jesus caused a big catch of fish.
A simple puzzle about the time Jesus caused a miraculous catch of fish from Luke 5:1-11.