Activities for Kids
Below is a list identifying and describing the TYPES of activities we have on the site as well as a listing of every free, printable activity we have on Sunday School Zone (below the list of types). Note that many of the types of activities are divided further using the main navigation bar found on every page (above). The most recently added activities are always at the top of the list below, so you can quickly come here and find the most recently-added activities. Our free, printable Bible activities can be used to supplement a Bible teaching curriculum resource you're already using or they can be used as stand alone activities. You can also see a list of the Bible stories and Bible characters we feature.
Types of Activities on Sunday School Zone
Many of the above categories are divided further using the main navigation bar found on every page (above). We try to make it easy to find the type of activity you may need by grouping them by type of activity, Bible story, Bible character, and season. We are adding new activities regularly, so check back often to see what's new. You may want to subscribe to our free weekly newsletter to help you stay current with the activities available.
All Activities on Sunday School Zone (most recent on top)
We don’t know much about Jesus’ childhood. We do know that when Jesus was 12, He and His family went to Jerusalem for the Passover festival. On the way home, Mary and Joseph noticed Jesus was missing and returned to look for Him. They found Jesus in the temple complex talking with the teachers there.…Read More ⇨
In Judges 13–16, we learn that God had given Samson great strength which Samson used to defeat Israel’s enemies. If the Old Testament had a super hero, it would be Samson. But Samson’s strength came from the Lord, not his suit, or a specially evolved ability, or something from another planet. When Samson acted foolishly,…Read More ⇨
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…Read More ⇨
In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus took time to teach his disciples many things. One of the most important things he shared was a model prayer for them (and us) to follow in Matthew 6. Jesus did not want his followers to pray like the Pharisees prayed, showing off in order to be seen…Read More ⇨
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…Read More ⇨
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…Read More ⇨
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…Read More ⇨
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…Read More ⇨
In Luke 10, we learn that Jesus stopped by for a visit with some of His friends, Mary, Martha, and Lazarus. While He was visiting in their home, Martha became flustered with all the hard work she needed to do in order to serve the crowd, because her sister, Mary, was simply sitting at Jesus’…Read More ⇨