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.

Jesus Is Alive! Resurrection Jigsaw Puzzle

Jesus’ followers were not expecting Jesus to be raised, but that Sunday morning, Jesus appeared to Mary, who was surprised to see Him alive at His tomb. This resurrection jigsaw puzzle shows Mary’s surprise and joy when she sees the resurrected Lord.

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Find Your Way to Jesus’ Tomb: Maze

Working this Find Your Way to Jesus’ Tomb Easter Sunday maze will help children remember that Mary found her way to Jesus’ tomb on the first Easter Sunday morning, and learn that the tomb was empty! Jesus really was alive and is still alive today!

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Jesus Is Alive! Hidden Pictures

As they find the hidden pictures in this Easter hidden pictures activity, children will see that Jesus rose from the dead, bringing joy to Mary and others. Eleven small images are hidden in the larger picture based on the story found in John 20:11-18.

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Peter Recognized Jesus Word Search 1

This word search is for middle and older children and reinforces what the child has learned in the story of the miraculous catch of fish.

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Peter Recognized Jesus Word Search 2

This word search is for older children and reinforces what the child has learned in the story of the miraculous catch of fish involving Peter and Jesus.

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Peter Catches a Big Fish Connect the Dots

For younger children or older preschoolers who can count, this connect the dot color sheet will entertain your child as you teach about the miraculous catch of fish.

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Fish in the Net Bible Story Coloring Page

Peter and some other disciples caught so many fish in their nets they couldn’t haul them all in. Color the fish caught in this net!

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Help Peter Find Andrew Fishing Maze

Help Peter find his way through the fishing village to Andrew. Middle and older children will have fun with the maze as you teach them the story from Luke 5:1-11.

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Peter Goes Fishing Word Scramble

This word scramble involves 9 words from the story of the miraculous catch of fish found in Luke 5:1-11. Use it to reinforce your teaching of the story.

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