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)
The Old Testament story of Abraham is filled with ups and downs. Abraham and his nephew, Lot, had journeyed together from their ancestral home and made their way to Palestine. In Genesis 13, we learn that it became necessary for Lot and Abraham to go their separate ways. Even though Abraham was older than Lot…Read More ⇨
The story of Joseph in Genesis is significant both for its message(s) and length. The story helps us understand how the people of Israel got to Egypt, but also gives us insight into the life of this incredible man. Even though he’d been mistreated by his brothers and by others, Joseph acted with integrity and…Read More ⇨
The story of the wise men, or Magi, traveling to visit the child Jesus is a familiar story found in Matthew chapter 2. The story is filled with drama and intrigue and reveals how evil the world was (and is) into which Jesus was born. What a study in contrasts! One the one hand, it…Read More ⇨
In Genesis 6, God gave Noah some very specific instructions about preparing for a coming flood. God had a plan for dealing with sin and evil. Noah was part of that plan. And while Noah didn’t understand everything God wanted him to do, Noah trusted and obeyed God anyway. This God Guided Noah Large Jigsaw…Read More ⇨
In Matthew 1, we find the story of Joseph and how he reacted to the news of Mary’s pregnancy. When Joseph, who was betrothed (similar to an engagement) to Mary, learned that Mary was pregnant, he was bewildered and hurt, believing she had been unfaithful to him. But, Joseph was a good man and didn’t…Read More ⇨
God had been orchestrating the events leading up to the birth of Jesus, the Messiah, since Genesis 3:15. Like other characters in the story of Jesus’ birth, John the Baptist was part of God’s great plan of redemption and restoration. When Mary, the Mother of Jesus, learned that she would be the mother of the…Read More ⇨
In Isaiah 9 and Micah 5, we find two of the most important prophesies concerning the coming of Jesus, the Messiah. These prophecies were an important part of what the Jewish people (the Hebrews) believed and how they looked at life and the future. Many Jewish scholars of that time had spent their entire lives studying…Read More ⇨
Matthew 1 tells us that an angel appeared to Joseph while he was trying to decide what to do about Mary, the woman he was planning to marry. According to Matthew 1:18, “it was discovered before they came together that she was pregnant by the Holy Spirit.” Joseph didn’t know yet that the child was…Read More ⇨
The story of the Angel Gabriel’s visit to the young Mary is familiar to many of us and is an endearing part of the larger Christmas story. It’s not difficult to imagine the fear Mary felt as a young woman when Gabriel suddenly appeared to her. The visible presence of God, or His messenger, is…Read More ⇨