Color by Number Bible Coloring Pages
Unlike simple coloring pages or connect-the-dots coloring pages, color by number Bible coloring pages involve an assigned color indicated by a number. Children then fill in the appropriate space with the assigned color. These types of Bible coloring pages typically assume a slightly higher motor skill level and some basic reading skills as well. In many cases a simple Bible lesson is included with the coloring page to help the parent or teacher associate the activity with an important Bible truth.
Although Timothy was a young man, God used him as a pastor and teacher. Timothy began teaching at a young age through the encouragement of his mentor, Paul. This color by number activity will help kids understand that God can use people of all ages.Read More ⇨
The story of the widow’s offering is a wonderful illustration of how to be a cheerful giver. This color by number activity will help kids remember that it is not how much we give, but the spirit in which we give that is important to God.Read More ⇨
God made an important promise in Genesis 9 when He set His rainbow in the sky as a sign of His promise to Noah that He would never again destroy the world with a flood. This color by number activity will help children remember that God always keeps His promises.Read More ⇨
Plants are one of God’s most important creations. They can provide food for us, but they also support creation in other ways, as well as add beauty to all of creation. This fun word tiles activity will help children remember the importance of plants and how God created plants for us.Read More ⇨
This free, printable color by number page, based on Judges 6:11-24; 7:15-23, can remind children that God can give them courage to accomplish great things for Him. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.Read More ⇨
This free, printable color by number page, based on 1 Samuel 1:10-20, can remind children that God hears our prayers and answers according to His will. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.Read More ⇨