Children love coded words activities and this one, based on Jeremiah 32:17, will remind kids that “God is Creator and, therefore, powerful.” We do not proclaim a weak or powerless god who cannot help us.
Coded Word Bible Activities for Children
A coded word puzzle is one in which symbols, often numbers, are used to represent letters. A key is provided, and working the puzzle involves replacing the symbols with appropriate letters to determine the words or the message the symbols represent. Kids have great fun working these puzzles! Select an activity by clicking the appropriate title.
Children love coded words activities and this one reinforces the promise of God’s presence and will encourage gratitude in kids as a result. Based on Matthew 28:20 (the Great Commission), this activity will remind kids that “Jesus is always with us.”
Children love coded words activities and this one will reinforce the fact of God’s provision and encourage gratitude as a result. Based on Deuteronomy 11:13-15, this activity will remind kids that “He provides when we are obedient.”
This Jesus Healed a Man Born Blind Secret Code Activity will reinforce for kids that Jesus can heal and does so for God’s glory. The activity can be used in a Sunday School, classroom, or homeschool setting.
In Mark 12, we read the story of the widow’s offering. In this story, Jesus was more concerned with the spirit of her gift than its size. This Jesus Taught About Giving Secret Code Activity will help kids remember that God wants us to be cheerful givers.
When David was a shepherd boy, he likely spent a good deal of time meditating on and memorizing God’s Word. David ultimately wrote some of the Psalms. This coded word challenge will help kids remember the importance of memorizing God’s Word.
When mankind became corrupted in Genesis 7, God sent a great flood as judgment. Of all the people, only Noah (and his family) found grace in God’s eyes. This secret code activity will help children remember that evil is punished but God is gracious.
This secret code activity, based on Ephesians 6:15, will help children learn that the Lord provides the armor and weapons we need to live our lives as He desires. In this instance we are encouraged to treat readiness like sandals for the gospel of peace.
God always desires the best for His children. God wanted to be the King of Israel, but the people of Israel wanted a human king like the other nations around them. This secret code activity will help children remember that God always knows what is best for us.
This free, printable coded words activity, based on Nehemiah 8:5-8, will help kids learn the importance of hearing God’s Word, the Bible. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.