Give your kids crayons, markers, or watercolors and let them color this picture of Joseph as he worked to store food in Egypt.
Color by Number Bible Activity Pages
Color by Number coloring sheets involve an assigned color indicated by a number. These typically assume a slightly higher motor skill level and some basic reading skills. In many cases a simple Bible lesson is included with each activity.
Adam and Eve doubted God’s goodness and chose to disobey Him. This color-by-number coloring page shows Adam and Eve making that choice. As your kids color this page, you’ll want to remind them that even though they’ve also done wrong, God still loves them.
Let your kids color this color by number creation scene. Even as they work, they’ll encounter evidence that God is big and powerful, as well as a God of order. They’ll have fun working, and you’ll have fun working with them!
This color by number Bible activity will make an impression on your kids—and on you! The Bible lesson it reinforces? Those forgiven by God should forgive others!
Jesus taught His disciples about prayer, and that’s the theme of this color by number Bible activity. The activity is fun, but it also will give you a chance to talk about what Jesus said about the privilege we have of talking with God.
Break out the crayons, the watercolors, or the markers and let your kids color this picture of Jesus healing the woman with a crooked back. This is a great color by number Bible activity!
This Bible activity is a color by number picture of Jesus talking with Nicodemus. This Bible activity is both fun and beautiful—and it affords a tremendous learning experience.
Mary and Joseph knew that Jesus, who was growing inside Mary’s body, was God’s Son. This color by number activity shows them as they got together after Joseph’s dream. Many people would not understand the special circumstances surrounding Jesus birth—but Mary and Joseph lived through them, and they trusted God in the midst of it all.
Use this color by number activity to remind children of the contribution the apostle John made when he wrote letters to Christians in his day. God used him in a great way!
As your children color by number this picture showing Gabriel visiting Mary, you’ll have the opportunity to talk to them about what the angel said to her and how she responded. How special it was for Mary that she was going to become the mother of God’s Son!