This coloring page, based on Genesis 11:1ff, will teach children that sooner or later, God will judge our arrogant attempts to be our own gods. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.
Simple Bible Coloring Pages
Simple coloring pages generally involve crayons and are for any age child. They do not require any reading level and are not color-by-number or connect-the-dots activities. These are great for young children and typically include a simple Bible lesson.
This coloring page offers a wonderful reminder: “The Lord is a great and powerful God!”
Get out the crayons, the colored markers, or the watercolors! Your kids will love coloring this picture of animals on Noah’s ark! Talk to them about the story and the fact that God is a gracious God while also bringing judgment on sin.
This coloring page will remind young children and preschoolers of the fact that God created the plants, and of how beautiful they were—and are!
Your kids will love this coloring page, which shows Noah releasing a dove from the ark. Would the dove find any dry land? Eventually the water receded and dry land appeared. God was indeed faithful to His servant, Noah. We can trust God too!
Break out the crayons, markers, or watercolors! This activity is a color by number picture portraying the angel who came to Joseph in a dream to tell him to marry Mary and to name the baby Jesus.
Your children will have a wonderful time coloring this picture of Jesus as a 12-year-old boy talking with the Jewish religious leaders at the temple.
Children need never wonder if Jesus loves them; they can know He does. How? The Bible clearly teaches this truth in numerous places, including Mark 10:13-16. As your children color this page, tell them that Jesus spent time with children and blessed them. That’s one reason we know God loves and cares for every single child.
The elements of the last supper represented Jesus’ blood and body, so they remind us of Jesus’ sacrifice for sinners when He died on the cross. As your children color this picture, remind them that Jesus died for them, and that on Easter we celebrate Jesus’ coming back to life!
On his way to Rome, Paul’s vessel was shipwrecked, but God took care of him and those traveling with him. As your children color this picture, you’ll have a chance to remind them of these important truths!