Elizabeth Bible Activities

Elizabeth was the wife to Zechariah who served as a priest in the temple not long before Jesus was born. She and Zechariah were both quite old and unable to have children. But God chose them to be the parents of John the Baptist. John would become a prophet and help prepare the people for the coming of the Messiah, Jesus. These Elizabeth Bible activities are about John the Baptist's mother and her encounter with Mary, the Mother of Jesus.

Gabriel Told About Jesus Word Search

The Gospels of Luke and Matthew are the only two Gospels that tell us anything about Jesus’ birth. Each of these two books give us a unique perspective on the Christmas events and help us understand important things that took place. In Luke 1:26-38, we read about the Angel Gabriel’s visit to Mary, the young…

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Mary’s Story Large Jigsaw Puzzle

God had been orchestrating the events leading up to the birth of Jesus, the Messiah, since Genesis 3:15. Like other characters in the story of Jesus’ birth, John the Baptist was part of God’s great plan of redemption and restoration. When Mary, the Mother of Jesus, learned that she would be the mother of the…

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Mary’s Story Video Overview

This video provides a brief overview of the highlights of Mary’s Story found in Luke 1:26-56, where Gabriel tells Mary she will conceive a baby of the Holy Spirit. She then travels to visit her relative, Elizabeth, and rejoices with her about what God is doing.

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Mary the Mother of Jesus Story Illustration

When Mary learned that she would become the mother of Jesus, her world was turned upside down. This Mary the Mother of Jesus Story Illustration will help kids learn that we should gladly accept the roles God has for us.

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The Birth of John the Baptist Story Summary

In Luke 1, we learn that God promised Zechariah a special son. John was the prophet that prepared the way for Jesus. This story summary will help kids to see that God keeps His promises and that John was born to prepare the way for Jesus.

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Mary Visited Elizabeth Word Tiles

This printable word tiles activity, based on Luke 1:39-56, will help children imagine this conversation between Mary and Elizabeth and think about how they might respond to God calling them to do something special. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.

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Mary Visited Elizabeth Word Scramble

This printable word scramble, based on Luke 1:39-56, will help children imagine this conversation between Mary and Elizabeth and think about how they might respond to God calling them to do something special. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.

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Mary Visited Elizabeth Spot the Differences

This printable spot the differences activity, based on Luke 1:39-56, will help children imagine this conversation between Mary and Elizabeth and think about how they might respond to God calling them to do something special. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.

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Mary Visited Elizabeth Puppet Figures

This printable puppet figure activity, based on Luke 1:39-56, will help children imagine this conversation between Mary and Elizabeth and think about how they might respond to God calling them to do something special. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.

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