This word tiles activity, based on Ephesians 6:14, 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 truth like a belt. This is just one of the pieces of armor Paul describes in Ephesians 6.
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.
God knew that John the Baptist would be a special person with a special job even before he was born. This free, printable, word tiles activity will help children learn about the birth of John the Baptist and discover that John helped prepare the people of Israel for Jesus, the Messiah.
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 word tiles activity will help children remember that God always knows what is best for us.
This free, printable word tiles activity, based on Nehemiah 8:5-8, will help kids learn about the story of Ezra and the importance of hearing and learning the Bible. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.
Elijah was a prophet used by God in a special way to show the nation of Israel that God is in control of everything, even the weather. This word tiles activity will help kids learn to trust God and remind children that only God is in control of everything.
Plants are one of God’s most important creations. They can provide food for us, but they also support creation in other ways, as well as add beauty to all of creation. This fun word tiles activity will help children remember the importance of plants and how God created plants for us.
This free, printable word tiles activity, based on 1 Samuel 16:1-13, can teach children that God looks for character in leaders, more than appearance or outward talents and abilities. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a setting like Sunday School.
Adam and Eve chose to disobey God. This word tiles activity will help children remember that choice. You’ll want to remind your children that even though they’ve also done wrong, God still loves them, even though He’s very sad they didn’t trust Him.
When the Israelites disobeyed God there were severe consequences. For forty years they wandered in the wilderness before reaching their new home. This word tiles activity will help children remember the importance of trusting God.
After Joseph died, the Hebrew people were enslaved by the new king of Egypt. This word tiles activity will help children remember that God was with the Israelites even during this sad time in their history. Sad times will come in our lives as well, but God is always with us.