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.
Peter’s letters are important Books in the New Testament. This fun and engaging Bible activity will give you an opportunity to talk to your kids about Peter’s letters to fellow Christians during the days of the early church. You and your kids need to look for at least 14 differences between the two images provided. Do you think you and your kids can find all 14? Give it a try!Read More ⇨
Spot the differences! This is a fun activity that shows two images of Jesus and the disciples sharing a special meal together on the night of Jesus’ arrest. As your children have fun with this activity, you can talk to them about Jesus’ love for all of us!Read More ⇨
This Bible activity for children shows Paul writing to his friend Timothy. Two pictures that look almost identical at first glance actually are different in 12 specific ways. How many of these differences can your children find? Answers are provided.Read More ⇨