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.
This free, printable color by number page, based on Joshua 4:1-16, can remind children that God will discipline sin, but He delivers from sin when we repent. 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 Esther 5:1-2, will help kids learn the story of Esther and the value of trusting the Lord to protect us. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.Read More ⇨
Give your kids crayons, markers, or watercolors and let them color this picture of Joseph as he worked to store food in Egypt.Read More ⇨
Adam and Eve doubted God’s goodness and chose to disobey Him. This color-by-number coloring page shows Adam and Eve making that choice. As your kids color this page, you’ll want to remind them that even though they’ve also done wrong, God still loves them.Read More ⇨
This color by number Bible activity will make an impression on your kids—and on you! The Bible lesson it reinforces? Those forgiven by God should forgive others!Read More ⇨
Break out the crayons, the watercolors, or the markers and let your kids color this picture of Jesus healing the woman with a crooked back. This is a great color by number Bible activity!Read More ⇨