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Joshua 6 Activties

The activities below are related to people, stories, teachings, or events taking place in Joshua 6.

The Battle of Jericho Story Illustration

The story of the fall of Jericho is an exciting story for children. This story illustration will help kids learn that God is a big God and is able to accomplish His purposes in and through us regardless of the obstacles we may encounter. He is a God we can trust.

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The Fall of Jericho Bible Craft

The famous battle of Jericho is a dramatic story that demonstrates God’s great power and ability to fight for His people. This mosaic craft will help children remember the miraculous victory God gave Joshua at Jericho.

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The Battle of Jericho Match Game

This free, printable match game, based on Joshua 6, can remind children that God’s presence helps us do what He desires. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.

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The Battle of Jericho Spot the Differences

This free, printable spot the differences activity, based on Joshua 6, can remind children that God’s presence helps us do what He desires. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.

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The Battle of Jericho Word Lineup

This free, printable word lineup, based on Joshua 6, can remind children that God’s presence helps us do what He desires. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.

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The Walls of Jericho Maze

This free, printable maze, based on Joshua 6, can remind children that God’s presence helps us do what He desires. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.

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The Fall of Jericho Coloring Page

This Fall of Jericho Coloring Page will help kids learn that God may use many tactics in our lives to accomplish His will, but He is ultimately the reason for victory. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.

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