With so many prophets to choose from in the bible, coming up with bible prophet crafts shouldn’t be too difficult. You can pretty much choose any prophet you are studying and then pick a craft to help supplement your lesson or just make it fun and memorable for the children. The following craft ideas are not specific for lessons on prophets, but can definitely be used with them. Let’s take a look at some bible prophet crafts you can use at home or in a lesson.
1. Book Marks. Book marks are a great craft for kids to make because they’re simple and useful. You can basically make them any way you choose and then laminate them so that they last a long time. You can make book marks to supplement any lesson. For example, if you’re doing a lesson on the prophet Moses you could make book marks with the 10 commandments on them as a way to help the children remember more clearly what the lesson was about. Or you could have them draw a picture of Moses parting the Red Sea. If you are working with younger children you could always print the picture you want ahead of time so they could just glue it onto the book mark. Punch a hole in the top of the book mark, tie some ribbon through it and it’s finished. It can be a quick craft to use as part of your lesson.