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!
Bible Coloring Pages
Below you'll find free, printable Sunday school coloring pages you can use at home or in your church's kids ministry program. Coloring pages are designed for use with crayons. Bible Coloring pages are a fun way for children to learn about important Bible concepts and characters. These include simple coloring pages, color by number, and connect the dot activities. Just click on the title to go to a web page where you can print out the the Bible story coloring sheet. In many cases a simple Bible lesson is provided for each coloring page.
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!
Connect the dots in this Bible activity and you’ll see an angel, a favorite symbol of Christmas. Your children will have a great deal of fun with this!
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!
As preschoolers and young children color the sheep, the shepherd, the fields, and the sky, you can talk to them about how Jesus loves people just as a good shepherd loves and cares for his sheep.
As your preschoolers and young children color the sheep and the fields in which they are grazing, you’ll have a chance to remind them that sheep need a shepherd. People need a shepherd too, and Jesus is the perfect Shepherd for people, because He cares about and loves each man, woman, boy, and girl.
Why is a scroll important? This one is important because of the words it contains! This color by number Bible activity doesn’t show any written words on the scroll, but even preschoolers and children can understand the scroll represents God’s promises in the Old Testament to send the Messiah, Jesus, to earth. Your children will love this color by number activity!
When your preschoolers and young children color the basket of bread shown on this coloring page, their activity will help them learn that Jesus performed a miracle to feed the thousands of people who had listened to Him teach.
This connect-the-dots Bible activity for children is a fun and engaging art project designed to highlight Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem. It will help your children remember what happened on that first Palm Sunday.
Give your children an opportunity to connect the dots numbered 1–84 in this picture. It’s a great exercise, and a great reminder that we need to place our faith in Jesus in every situation we face.