Printable Pencil Activities

The free pencil activities on Sunday School Zone are printable worksheets designed for use with pencils, but do not involve writing. These fun activities are great for even younger children (non-readers) as well as older kids and include hidden pictures, hidden letters, mazes, connect-the-dots, and spot-the-differences activities. In many cases a simple Bible lesson is provided with each pencil activity. Pencil activities engage children in an activity while allowing the parent or teacher to talk about the story and engage with the kids at the same time.

Spot the Differences in Jesus Began the Church

The biblical story is incomplete without an understanding of the New Testament Church and its place in God’s plan. Soon after Jesus died, was raised from the dead, and ascended back to the Father, He sent His Spirit to fill His followers on the Day of Pentecost. He used Peter that day to preach the…

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Spot the Differences in The Story of the Lost Sheep

If one sheep out of a hundred wanders off from the rest of the flock, a good shepherd will go out in search of the one until he finds it and brings it back to the fold. Jesus’ parable of the lost sheep in Luke 15:3-7 highlights the love of God for every sinner and…

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Joshua Explored the Promised Land Hidden Pictures

The time had finally 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 read that Moses appointed Joshua to head up an expedition of 12 scouts,…

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The People Honored Jesus Hidden Pictures

Palm Sunday is the Sunday we celebrate Jesus’ “Triumphal Entry” into Jerusalem. As Jesus rode into the city on the Sunday before His crucifixion, the people shouted, “Hosanna! He who comes in the name of the Lord is the blessed One — the King of Israel” (John 12:13b). “Hosanna” had come to mean, “God is…

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The People Honored Jesus Maze

Palm Sunday is the Sunday we celebrate Jesus’ “Triumphal Entry” into Jerusalem. As He rode into the city on the Sunday before His crucifixion on Friday, the people shouted, “Hosanna! He who comes in the name of the Lord is the blessed One — the King of Israel” (John 12:13b). “Hosanna” had come to mean,…

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Joseph and His Family Hidden Pictures

The Book of Genesis dedicates a significant amount of space to one of the Patriarchs named Joseph. As a young man, Joseph had been sold into slavery by his brothers, but he remained faithful to God despite being treated unfairly. Eventually, he became an important leader in Egypt, where people were coming to get food.…

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The Shepherds’ Story Spot the Differences

The story of Jesus’ birth is a familiar and beloved story. And it’s entirely true! According to Luke 2:8-20, on the night of Jesus’ birth, there were humble shepherds in the fields nearby Bethlehem. A host of angels appeared to the shepherds and told them of the Messiah’s birth. Excited, they went quickly to find…

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Spot the Differences in Jesus Fed the People

At one point in His ministry (John 6:1-15), Jesus was followed by a large crowd because of His miracles of healing the sick. The crowd needed to be feed, but they had only five barley loaves and two fish that belonged to a boy. Jesus gave thanks for the food and then had the disciples…

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David Was A Shepherd Boy Hidden Pictures

In 1 Samuel 16, we are introduced to one of the greatest characters of the Old Testament, king David. In these verses we learn that before David was a giant-slaying king over the nation of Israel, he was a brave, obedient shepherd boy who worked for his father. It was in the sheep fields that David…

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