Use this color by number activity to remind children of the contribution the apostle John made when he wrote letters to Christians in his day. God used him in a great way!
Color by Number Bible Activity Pages
Unlike simple coloring pages or connect-the-dots coloring pages, color by number coloring sheets involve an assigned color indicated by a number. Children fill in the appropriate space with the assigned color. These typically assume a slightly higher motor skill level and some basic reading skills. In many cases a simple Bible lesson is included with each activity.
As your children color by number this picture showing Gabriel visiting Mary, you’ll have the opportunity to talk to them about what the angel said to her and how she responded. How special it was for Mary that she was going to become the mother of God’s Son!
Why is a scroll important? This one is important because of the words it contains! This color by number Bible activity doesn’t show any written words on the scroll, but even preschoolers and children can understand the scroll represents God’s promises in the Old Testament to send the Messiah, Jesus, to earth. Your children will love this color by number activity!
Colored pencils, watercolors, or crayons could be used to complete this color-by-number activity. The picture is an image of Philip telling the Ethiopian official about Jesus. Check it out!
Coloring by number gives children the opportunity to be creative as well as to follow instructions. And the image they will color in this instance will remind them that Jesus was God, even when He was a newborn baby. Certainly the shepherds who bowed before Him knew He was special!
This color-by-number activity page helps children see that Christmas is about giving to Jesus.