Abel

Adam and Eve's second son was named Abel. Genesis 4 tells us he was a shepherd. It would appear from the text that Abel had a closer relationship to God because his sacrifice to the Lord was accepted while the sacrifice of his older brother, Cain, was not. Cain became angry and jealous and killed Abel. These free, printable Bible activities are related to Abel.

Cain and Abel Jigsaw Puzzle

According to Genesis 4:1-16, when Cain’s anger got out of control he did a terrible thing, and killed his brother. This jigsaw puzzle will help children understand the importance of controlling their emotions and caring for their siblings.

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Cain and Abel Coloring Page

According to Genesis 4:1-16, when Cain’s anger got out of control he did a terrible thing, and killed his brother. This coloring page will help children understand the importance of controlling their emotions and caring for their siblings.

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Cain and Abel Word Tiles

According to Genesis 4:1-16, when Cain’s anger got out of control he did a terrible thing, and killed his brother. This word tiles activity will help children understand the importance of controlling their emotions and caring for their siblings.

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Cain and Abel Word Search

According to Genesis 4:1-16, when Cain’s anger got out of control he did a terrible thing, and killed his brother. This word search activity will help children understand the importance of controlling their emotions and caring for their siblings.

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Cain and Abel Word Scramble

According to Genesis 4:1-16, when Cain’s anger got out of control he did a terrible thing, and killed his brother. This word scramble activity will help children understand the importance of controlling their emotions and caring for their siblings.

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Cain and Abel Sermon Picture

According to Genesis 4:1-16, when Cain’s anger got out of control he did a terrible thing, and killed his brother. This sermon picture will help children understand the importance of controlling their emotions and caring for their siblings.

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Cain and Abel Spot the Differences

According to Genesis 4:1-16, when Cain’s anger got out of control he did a terrible thing, and killed his brother. This spot the differences activity will help children understand the importance of controlling their emotions and caring for their siblings.

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Cain and Abel Match Game

According to Genesis 4:1-16, when Cain’s anger got out of control he did a terrible thing, and killed his brother. This match game will help children understand the importance of controlling their emotions and caring for their siblings.

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Cain and Abel Story Summary

When God rejected Cain’s sacrifice, Cain became angry and killed Abel, his brother. Cain’s sin resulted in separation from God. These Bible activities for children will help kids learn that sin leads to sadness and separation from God.

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