Spot the Differences Bible Activities

Spot the differences activities are great fun for kids and help children develop important skills while they review key elements of the Bible story. And, they're good for both readers and non-readers! These spot the differences activities highlight various Bible stories and situations. Each activity is completely free, is printable on standard paper, and comes with a key to make it easy for you as a parent or teacher to know if all of the differences have been found. Enjoy!

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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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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God Answered Hannah’s Prayer Spot the Differences

During the period of the Judges, Hannah desired to have a child. We learn about Hannah in 1 Samuel 1:10-20. She and her husband, Elkanah, went to worship and there Hannah prayed that God would give her a son. She promised that he would be dedicated to the Lord. God answered her prayer and she…

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Three In the Fire Spot the Differences

Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego were young Hebrew men living as exiles in Babylon after Judah was conquered by Babylon. They had risen to positions of power in the Babylonian court, but when the king asked them to worship an idol, they refused. King Nebuchadnezzar then had them thrown into a fiery furnace, but God delivered…

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Jesus Raised Lazarus Spot The Differences

In the 11th chapter of his Gospel, John wrote about the time that Jesus raised Lazarus from the dead. This story falls at a central place in the Gospel and points to several important truths. This event would reveal Jesus’ power over death, but it would also strengthen the resolve of those wanting to kill…

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Exile Is Coming! Spot The Differences

Jeremiah was a prophet to the southern kingdom of Judah for a few years before and after 600 B.C. He lived during the tumultuous time leading up to and following the destruction of Jerusalem and the temple by the Babylonians (under Nebuchadnezzar) in 587 B.C. Jeremiah was called on by God to deliver a very…

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Woman At The Well Spot The Differences

John chapter 4 tells us about Jesus’ encounter with the “woman at the well” or “the Samaritan woman.” This familiar and beloved story demonstrates Jesus love for all people and His willingness to go out of his way for a single individual. The story is long and multi-faceted, but it is rich with theological insight…

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