The Tower of Babel reveals human arrogance and rebellion, as well as God’s response to such arrogance. This Tower of Babel Story Illustration will help kids remember that God is always in control of the plans of men.
The Tower of Babel
Not too long after the flood, people got together and decided to make a name for themselves by building a huge tower. God saw the people's arrogance and mercifully intervened, confusing the languages of the people so that construction on the tower could not continue. These Bible activities are about this important event in early Bible history.
This free, printable children’s sermon, based on Genesis 11:1-9, can help kids learn that pride is at the heart of sin. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.
This free, printable sermon picture, based on Genesis 11:1-9, can help kids learn that pride is at the heart of sin. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.
Human pride goes against obedience to God. Thus, one of the lessons arising from the story of the Tower of Babel in Genesis 11 is that God wants humble obedience. This word tiles Bible activity will give you a special chance to stress this principle to your kids!
Can your children find all ten hidden words in this word search puzzle highlighting the Tower of Babel? Let them try!
Match games are great fun, and this one will give you a great opportunity to continue talking about the lessons that arise from the true story of the halting of construction of the Tower of Babel in Genesis 11.
The Tower or Babel is a true story that testifies to the foolishness of human pride. You’ll have a chance to remind your children of this truth as they work this jigsaw puzzle of the tower.
Let your kids work this interesting and fun coded words puzzle, and they’ll be more likely to remember the essential elements of the event, as well as an important principle arising from it.