The Sunday School Zone Blog

The Sunday School Zone Blog contains insights on children’s spiritual formation as well as tips, ideas, and suggestions to help Christian parents and leaders as they work with kids of all abilities (and even adults with special needs) at home, church, and school. If you would like to contribute to the blog, please visit our Writer Inquiries page and then send us an explanatory email at [email protected] describing the kind of writing you’d like to do. We welcome those who have something of substance to say to Christian parents and teachers of children. You already know that Sunday School Zone offers tons of free, printable Bible activities for kids. If you think you’d like to contribute, please read more…

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Sunday School Zone Has a Large and Growing Audience

SundaySchoolZone.com provides free printable children’s Bible activities for use with kids at home, church, and school, as well as resources for teaching children the Bible. Sunday School Zone has been around since 2013 and, in that time, has developed a significant audience. And we’re happy that it continues to grow! The site is supported by…

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Do You Want To Meet Jesus?

Note: If you are seeking to learn more about Jesus and the plan of Salvation,  please click here. If you are already a Christian, we hope the following post will help you renew and strengthen your relationship with your Savior. Please begin by reading this passage… Matthew 28:1-10 In the end of the sabbath, as…

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Embracing Change in the New Year

January can be a time of change. Some see the New Year as an opportunity for a fresh start while others see this time as a reminder of how little they accomplished this past year. Whether you get on board with New Year’s Resolutions or not, the truth is sometimes change is necessary. Philippians 3:13…

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Doing “All Things Through Christ” In the New Year

“I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me” (Phil. 4:13). As is often the case, if any kind of sickness hits our church, my “little” class might easily turn into my “little little” class. So, this past Sunday after the flu had arrived during Christmas week, I wasn’t surprised to find only one…

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Yahweh – The Name of God

The naming of people, places and things is important to us because doing so allows us to know who or what we are dealing with; a name identifies someone or something, thereby allowing us to know where we stand in relation to that person or thing. But why is Yahweh – the name of God…

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Reverencing The Holidays

In the first book of the New Testament, Matthew tells us… “When they saw the star, they rejoiced with exceeding great joy. And when they were come into the house, they saw the young child with Mary his mother, and fell down, and worshipped him: and when they had opened their treasures, they presented unto…

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How The Biblical Story Shapes Your Kids’ Worldview

“In the beginning…” Three simple words that signal the start of the greatest story of all time. This is the story of humanity and God’s involvement with humanity. This is the story of God’s eternal Kingdom. This is the story of the Bible. And, this is YOUR KIDS’ story. The article will help you understand…

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Balancing Santa and The Savior

You probably have already heard yourself several times this holiday using the phrase, “The real meaning of Christmas.” It may not be those exact words, but the sentiment is common among Christian teachers and parents. Why do we constantly have to point out the real meaning of Christmas? The truth is because “Christmas” doesn’t generally…

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Generating Generosity

Most parents and teachers have had that moment when we’ve seen a child, perhaps even our own child, show a truly non-generous side. The toy is snatched away from the outstretched hands of another child who wants to play. Candy is hidden away in a pocket with a defiant, “Mine!” Even older children and teens…

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