Activities Considered Appropriate for Non-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 non-readers or children typically in preschool. Keep in mind that many of these activities will also be appropriate for readers. Some activities, like Bible story summaries, assume the parent is able to read the story to the child.

Joshua Explored the Promised Land Hidden Pictures

The time had finally come for the People of Israel to enter the Promised Land. God had delivered them from Egypt, given them His law at Sinai, and then brought them to the edge of the Promised Land. In Numbers 13, we read that Moses appointed Joshua to head up an expedition of 12 scouts,…

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God Protected Baby Moses Large Jigsaw Puzzle

When Moses was born, his life was at risk. The Israelite people had been slaves in Egypt for hundreds of years. Even so, their numbers were growing to the point that the Egyptians feared they would revolt. As a result, the Egyptian Pharaoh ordered that all Hebrew baby boys be killed! But God made sure…

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Joseph and His Family Large Jigsaw Puzzle

The Book of Genesis dedicates a significant amount of space to one of the Patriarchs named Joseph. As a young man, Joseph had been sold into slavery by his brothers, but he remained faithful to God despite being treated unfairly. Eventually, he became an important leader in Egypt, where people were coming to get food.…

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Jesus Is Alive! Color By Number

According to Romans 1:4, the resurrection demonstrated that Jesus is the “Son of God.” Indeed, the resurrection confirms that Jesus is the long-awaited Messiah of the Old Testament and that He “died for our sins, according to the scriptures” (1 Cor. 15:3). No one was expecting Jesus to be resurrected after the horrible death He…

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The People Honored Jesus Hidden Pictures

Palm Sunday is the Sunday we celebrate Jesus’ “Triumphal Entry” into Jerusalem. As Jesus rode into the city on the Sunday before His crucifixion, the people shouted, “Hosanna! He who comes in the name of the Lord is the blessed One — the King of Israel” (John 12:13b). “Hosanna” had come to mean, “God is…

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The People Honored Jesus Maze

Palm Sunday is the Sunday we celebrate Jesus’ “Triumphal Entry” into Jerusalem. As He rode into the city on the Sunday before His crucifixion on Friday, the people shouted, “Hosanna! He who comes in the name of the Lord is the blessed One — the King of Israel” (John 12:13b). “Hosanna” had come to mean,…

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Jesus Washed the Disciples’ Feet Match Game

The story of Jesus washing His disciples’ feet is found in John 13:4-5, 12-15. This story is a wonderful example of how Jesus showed humility and served others. It is actually intended to demonstrate how real power operates in the Kingdom of God. Unlike the political and military power of the Romans, real power finds…

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Joseph Helped the King Large Jigsaw Puzzle

The story of Joseph in Genesis is significant both for its message and length. The story helps us understand how the people of Israel got to Egypt, but also gives us insight into the life of this incredible man as well as God’s plan for the Hebrew people. Even though he’d been mistreated by his…

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Hidden Pictures for God Created the World

The Bible is clear that Yahweh, the God of the Bible, is the Creator of all things and spoke creation into existence. One moment there was nothing. Then God spoke and things came into existence by the simple power of His command. He made the world and everything in it. He made the sky and…

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