This God Led His People Through Moses Word Tiles activity highlights the parting of the Red Sea and the Hebrews’ walking through it when they were trapped between the sea and Pharaoh’s army. God can do whatever He wishes in our lives!
Word Tile Activities
With word tile puzzles, kids work to place tiles (paper squares) with certain letters in the proper order so they convey a selected Bible phrase or a sentence. These free, printable word tile activities are great for even beginning readers. The word tile activities below highlight various Bible stories and truths appropriate for children.
This free, printable Shepherds’ Story Word Tiles activity, based on Luke 2:8-18, can help children rejoice over Jesus’ birth just like the Shepherds did. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.
This Jesus Healed a Man Born Blind Word Tiles 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 Paul’s first letter to Timothy, he encouraged Timothy to not be discouraged because he was young. Timothy had the special privilege of serving from his youth. This word tiles activity will help kids learn that being young is not a disadvantage, but a blessing.
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 Word Tiles Activity will help kids remember that God wants us to be cheerful givers.
In an attempt to see Jesus fall early in His ministry, Satan tempted Jesus in the wilderness, but Jesus remained sinless. This free printable word tiles activity will help children remember Jesus was tempted but did not sin.
When Jesus was baptized He identified with sinners and showed He would die and be raised on our behalf. This free printable word tiles activity will help kids remember this very important event in Jesus’ life.
This word tiles activity, based on Ephesians 6:17, 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 wear “the helmet of salvation” and carry the “sword of the Spirit.”
This word tiles activity, based on Ephesians 6:16, 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 exercise faith like a shield as it provides protection from our enemy’s weapons.
This word tiles 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.