As if coming up with a lesson in Sunday school wasn’t enough, but coming up with a bible lesson craft just puts the icing on the cake. Sunday school isn’t supposed to be hard, it’s supposed to be a place to come and learn; especially for children. Teaching lessons from the bible can be more than boring for a child, it can be fun and engaging. With the right craft to go along with it and to help enrich the lesson your lessons can turn into more than just reading. Here are some great ideas when it comes to bible lesson crafts to help supplement a lesson.
If you’re teaching a lesson about Noah and the ark there are literally hundreds of ideas to choose from. Here are just a couple that can help supplement your lesson and make it a little more interesting:
1. Paper animals: I’m not just talking about cutting out animals to help represent the animals entering the ark (although that would help with visualization), I’m talking about making “paper animals” like you would make “paper dolls.” Since the animals entered the ark in 2’s it’s a great idea to create that same thing by making “paper animals” in 2’s.
2. Rainbows. There are also several different activities you can use to supplement your lesson with rainbows. If you’re teaching young children you can have them color the different colors of the rainbow with markers or crayons, you can have them make stained glass rainbows so that they can see the light shine through, or you can paint rainbows. Kids love colors and love making rainbows so you can’t lose out on this.