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 a Promise to Abraham Large Jigsaw Puzzle

In Genesis 15, God made a very important promise to Abraham. He promised that Abraham and Sarah would have a son. It took faith for Abraham and Sarah to believe this promise because they were very old and had never had any children. It was God’s plan to restore humanity and creation through a miraculous…

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Abraham Shared With Lot Large Jigsaw Puzzle

In Genesis 13, we read that it became necessary for Lot and Abraham to go separate ways. Their cattle herds had grown so much that the land could not hold all of the cattle and, as a result, conflict was breaking out between the workers keeping their herds. Rather than allow the conflict to continue,…

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The Fall of Jericho Hidden Pictures Activity

After Moses died, Joshua became the new leader of the Israelite people. Would God be with Joshua and bless him as He had with Moses? God had promised to be with Joshua (Joshua chapter 1). Now the battle of Jericho would be the first test of Joshua’s leadership. Indeed, God was faithful to His promise…

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God Guided Abraham Large Jigsaw Puzzle

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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Joshua Explored the Promised Land Match Game

The time had 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 learn that Moses appointed Joshua to head up an expedition of 12 scouts, including…

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God Answered Hannah’s Prayer Spot the Differences

During the period of the Judges, Hannah desired to have a child. We learn about Hannah in 1 Samuel 1:10-20. She and her husband, Elkanah, went to worship and there Hannah prayed that God would give her a son. She promised that he would be dedicated to the Lord. God answered her prayer and she…

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Jesus Healed a Woman with a Crooked Back Hidden Pictures Coloring Page

In Luke 13:10-17, Jesus healed a woman who had been bent over due to a severe back problem for 18 years. A synagogue leader was upset that Jesus had performed the miracle on the Sabbath, but Jesus corrected him, letting him know that it was right for Him to heal a “daughter of Abraham” when…

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The Tower of Babel Large Jigsaw Puzzle

Not long after the flood (Gen. 6-8), people got together and decided to make a name for themselves by building a huge tower. We read about this “Tower of Babel” (Babylon) in Genesis 11. These efforts were driven by human pride and represented the growing determination of humanity to live on their own, apart from…

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Jesus and the Children Jigsaw Puzzle

It can be easy for children to think that Jesus and church are mainly for adults. Does Jesus see the simple but real needs of a child? Does He welcome their prayers and hear their concerns? Of course He does, and this jigsaw puzzle, based on the story found in Mark 10:13-16, affirms that Jesus…

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