When guided by the Holy Spirit, Philip spoke to an Ethiopian man who then believed in Jesus and was baptized. This cute paper plate craft will help children remember the story of Jesus and how all of us should share Jesus with others.
Crafts for Kids
Below is a list of kids crafts appropriate for home, church, or school use. Crafts are activities that require cutting, gluing and/or additional resources such as tape, craft sticks, and yarn.
Each activity provides a simple suggested learning outcome, a list of needed supplies, and step-by-step instructions with photos to help you and the children prepare for and complete each craft with ease.
In each case we also provide a downloadable PDF of the activity (with pictures) in case it's easier for you simply to download and print the instructions rather than follow them online.
The story of Peter healing Tabitha (Dorcas) demonstrates how the people loved each other in the early church seen in The Book of Acts. This beautiful sun catcher will remind children that love is the most important gift we can offer our church family.
When Jesus entered into Jerusalem on the Sunday prior to His crucifixion, He was greeted by the people honoring Him with palm branches. This super simple craft will help children remember the special way the people honored Jesus with palm fronds.
God called Noah to a difficult task. But, Noah trusted God and moved forward with building a boat to carry his family and the animals. This “goody bag” will help teach children that Noah was willing to obey even when God’s instructions seemed hard.
The story of the good Samaritan demonstrates that friendship is defined by love and compassion, not race. This handprint craft will encourage children to think of ways they can lend a helping hand to their neighbors.
Several Old Testament prophets foretold the birth of the Messiah. This story focuses on passages from Isaiah and Micah. After learning about the prophets’ special Christmas message, kids can create this Christmas card to send their own Christmas message.
Our God is a big God who is able to accomplish His purposes. We may not always understand what those purposes are, but we can trust that God is able to do what He wants to do. This craft will help children remember the way in which Peter was rescued from jail.
Not long after Pentecost, Peter encountered a lame man and healed him in Jesus’ name. The man’s healing demonstrated that Jesus’ power was now working through His disciples. This fun craft will remind children that God works miracles through His people.
As Paul traveled and talked to people about Jesus, individuals like Lydia placed their faith in Jesus and became Christians. The Bible says Lydia sold purple fabric. This craft will help remind children about Lydia’s conversion.
When Paul was saved, it wasn’t just the events on the road to Damascus that were dramatic. His whole life was changed rather dramatically. This flip-over craft will teach children that you become a new person when you are saved.