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.

Hidden Pictures for God Guided Abraham

The story of Abraham and Sarah traveling to a new land is a wonderful story of faith. In  Genesis 12, God called Abraham (Abram) and told him to move from his homeland (Haran) to a new land (Canaan). This place would be far from his family and friends, but God promised He would bless Abraham…

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Maze for God Protected Baby Moses

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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Abraham Was Tested Video Story

When God promised Abraham a son, Abraham believed in God’s promise even when he was old and it seemed impossible. Abraham was a man of great faith, but Abraham’s faith was tested when God called him to sacrifice his son, Isaac. Abraham loved God and wanted to please him, but he also loved his son…

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As For Me and My House Bible Craft

Joshua was a helper to Moses and learned much about God and leadership as he watched Moses and observed how God used him. Joshua was one of the 12 spies who scouted the land. Unlike most of the other scouts, Joshua believed God would enable the people to conquer the Promised Land. After Moses died,…

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Jesus Healed a Man That Couldn’t Walk Coloring Page

Jesus performed many miracles during His earthly ministry. These acts of compassion demonstrated that He was the promised Messiah of the Old Testament and that He was launching the long-awaited Kingdom of God in the world. Many were expecting the Kingdom of God to be simply a political and military kingdom that offered physical prosperity…

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Spot the Differences in Jesus Began the Church

The biblical story is incomplete without an understanding of the New Testament Church and its place in God’s plan. Soon after Jesus died, was raised from the dead, and ascended back to the Father, He sent His Spirit to fill His followers on the Day of Pentecost. He used Peter that day to preach the…

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Large Jigsaw Puzzle for God Gave Moses His Laws

After God delivered Israel from Egyptian slavery, He brought His people to Mt. Sinai where He entered into a covenant relationship with the people and gave them a rather large set of laws that would govern how they were to live before Him and one another, including people beyond Israel. God gave these laws or…

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Jesus Calmed The Storm Streamer Craft

This simple Jesus Calmed the Storm Streamer Craft will help remind children that Jesus has the power to do whatever He knows is best. Click on the Get Activity button below to access the activity. You can also see a list of all the types of free, printable Bible activities we provide on the site, including other…

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Spot the Differences in The Story of the Lost Sheep

If one sheep out of a hundred wanders off from the rest of the flock, a good shepherd will go out in search of the one until he finds it and brings it back to the fold. Jesus’ parable of the lost sheep in Luke 15:3-7 highlights the love of God for every sinner and…

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