Bible Lesson Activities about Restitution

Restitution involves acting to restore lost or stolen property, or acting to make right a wrong previously committed. While "restitution" isn't typically a word children use, it is a concept they can understand. The Bible lesson activities below highlight Bible stories that carry this important theme.

Zacchaeus Met Jesus Story Illustration

This Zacchaeus Met Jesus Story Illustration, based on Luke 19:1-10, will help children see that Jesus loves all people and will make a difference in the lives of those who will trust him. It can be used in a Sunday School, classroom, or homeschool setting.

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Zacchaeus Met Jesus Story Summary

This Bible story summary, based on Luke 19:1-10, will help children see that Jesus loves all people and will make a difference in the lives of those who will trust him. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.

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Zacchaeus Crossword Puzzle

As children work a crossword puzzle in which the words highlight key themes in the story of Zacchaeus, they will learn that Jesus makes a huge difference in the life of anyone who receives Him warmly.

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Zacchaeus Match Game

This match game acquaints children with some of the people and things that are a part of the true story of Zacchaeus and his encounter with Jesus.

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Zacchaeus Met Jesus Spot the Differences

What are some of the differences between two images of Jesus looking up at Zacchaeus as he sat in a sycamore tree? A total of 11 exist in this activity, which, by the way, is a fun way to learn about how Jesus came to seek and save the lost (see Luke 19:10).

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Zacchaeus Word Scramble

Working this word scramble, children become acquainted with key elements of Zacchaeus’s encounter with Jesus and the difference that encounter made in Zacchaeus’s life.

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Zacchaeus Met Jesus Word Search

In this fun word search relating to Zacchaeus’s encounter with Jesus, children are encouraged to find ten terms that reflect key elements of the story.

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