Activities Considered Appropriate for Grade Schoolers (Readers)

Kids vary in their abilities to do certain types of activities as well as in their interests. We've tried to identify activities based on a child's reading ability. The activities below should be appropriate for readers or children typically in grade school. Keep in mind that many activities for non-readers (preschool) will also be usable for readers (grade schoolers).

Three In The Fire Teaching Picture – 8.5X11

Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego were young Hebrew men living as exiles in Babylon after Judah was conquered by Babylon. They had risen to positions of power in the Babylonian court, but when the king asked them to worship an idol, they refused. King Nebuchadnezzar then had them thrown into a fiery furnace, but God delivered…

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Three In The Fire Story Profile

The story of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego in the fiery furnace is as familiar to many as it is dramatic. This Three In the Fire Story Profile provides a simple overview/summary of the story (for kids) along with commentary (for parents and leaders), points of interest, and an approximate date for the story. A printable…

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Jesus Raised Lazarus From the Dead Teaching Picture – 11X17

The story of Jesus raising Lazarus from the dead found in John chapter 11 is a lengthy but important story. And while it is packed with heavy theological insights, it is also an important story for children to learn about. In addition to underscoring Jesus’ great power over all things, including death, some of the…

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Jesus Raised Lazarus From the Dead Teaching Picture – 8.5X11

The story of Jesus raising Lazarus from the dead found in John chapter 11 is a lengthy but important story. And while it is packed with heavy theological insights, it is also an important story for children to learn about. In addition to underscoring Jesus’ great power over all things, including death, some of the…

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Jesus Raised Lazarus From the Dead Word Search

John reported that Jesus raised Lazarus from the dead in John 11. This story falls at a central place in the gospel and points to several important truths. This event would reveal Jesus’ power over death and strengthen the resolve of those wanting to kill Jesus, but the circumstances surrounding the event are also important…

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Jesus Raised Lazarus From the Dead Jigsaw Puzzle

The story of Jesus raising Lazarus from the dead found in John chapter 11 is a lengthy but important story. And while it is packed with heavy theological insights, it is also an important story for children to learn about. In addition to underscoring Jesus’ great power over all things, including death, some of the…

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Exile Is Coming! Hidden Pictures Activity

The Babylonian Exile was a hugely important season in the life of God’s people in the Old Testament. After King Solomon, the nation of Israel fell into a civil war and divided into the Northern Kingdom of Israel and the Southern Kingdom of Judah (where Jerusalem was located). Israel (the Northern Kingdom) finally fell to…

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Exile Is Coming! Word Scramble

Jeremiah was a prophet to the southern kingdom of Judah for a few years before and after 600 B.C. He lived during the tumultuous time leading up to and following the destruction of Jerusalem and the temple by the Babylonians (under Nebuchadnezzar) in 587 B.C. Jeremiah was called on by God to deliver a very…

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Jesus Raised Lazarus From the Dead Story Profile

This Jesus Raised Lazarus From the Dead Story Profile provides a simple overview/summary of the story (for kids) along with commentary (for parents and leaders), points of interest, and an approximate date for the story. A printable PDF for this profile is available here and all related activities are listed here. Bible Story: Jesus Raised…

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