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.

God Made The Plants Jigsaw Puzzle 11X17

We know that God made all things, but sometimes we forget that His creative work took place over several days and involved several aspects of creation. It’s also easy to overlook the value of plants in God’s overall creation. We can take these things for granted, but they are an important aspect of creation for…

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Sodom and Gomorrah Match Game

We learn about the story of Sodom and Gomorrah in Genesis chapter 19. Just prior to this, in chapter 18, the angels told Abraham of their intention to judge the cities. This grieved Abraham so he interceded on behalf of the cities, but their sin had gone too far. Judgment would be needed to keep…

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God Made the World Jigsaw Puzzle 11X17

The Bible is clear that God spoke creation into existence, out of nothing! 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 the wind and the birds that fly in the…

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Paul Preached In Athens Story Profile

This Paul Preached In Athens Story Profile provides a simple overview of the story (for kids) along with commentary, points of interest, and an approximate date for the Paul Preached In Athens story. A printable PDF for this profile is available here and all related activities are listed here. Bible Story: Paul Preached In Athens…

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Paul Preached In Athens Large Jigsaw Puzzle – 11X17

In Acts chapter 17, we read about Paul traveling to Athens (an important city in Greece) on his second missionary journey. While he was there, Paul waited for Silas and Timothy to join him from Berea. While he was waiting, Paul talked to people about Jesus. Before long he was invited to speak to some…

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Paul Preached In Athens Teaching Picture – 11X17

On Paul’s second missionary journey, he traveled to an important city in Greece called Athens and waited there for Silas and Timothy to join him from Berea (see Acts 17:16-34). While Paul was waiting, he talked to people around the city about Jesus. Paul’s preaching stirred a lot of interest and he was soon invited…

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Paul Preached In Athens Craft

When Paul preached at the Areopagus in Athens, he told his hearers that the God of the Bible was the Creator of all things and that He had raised Jesus from the dead. This simple Paul Preached in Athens craft will reinforce the Bible story and remind kids that Yahweh, the God of the Bible,…

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Paul Preached In Athens Teaching Picture – 8.5X11

On Paul’s second missionary journey, he traveled to an important city in Greece called Athens and waited there for Silas and Timothy to join him from Berea (see Acts 17:16-34). While Paul was waiting, he talked to people around the city about Jesus. Paul’s preaching stirred a lot of interest and he was soon invited…

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Paul Preached In Athens Jigsaw Puzzle – 8.5X11

In Acts chapter 17, we read about Paul traveling to Athens (an important city in Greece) on his second missionary journey. While he was there, Paul waited for Silas and Timothy to join him from Berea. While he was waiting, Paul talked to people about Jesus. Before long he was invited to speak to some…

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