These free Sunday school printables and visuals can be used with my free Sunday school curriculum or as supplements to your own lessons. Feel free to print and use for your personal or classroom use.
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I like to use printed visuals as I am teaching each lesson and then post them in the classroom so that kids can look at them throughout the quarter/year and remember what we have learned. Actually, I usually build the posting of these right into the lesson. Kids enjoy being chosen to post that week’s visual.
Sunday school printables reinforce learning and also provide for easy review. And anything worth teaching once is worth reviewing multiple times.
Due to the high cost of colored ink for my inkjet printer, I often print classroom visuals in black ink on bright paper, using my laser printer. This also makes for crisper printing that resists smearing. The bright paper livens up the classroom without the need for colored ink.
As I add Sunday school printables and visuals to this page, I will organize them according to the curriculum with which they are associated.
Below these "general" Sunday school printables, links are organized according to curriculum titles.
Click on the picture below to access a PDF file of pages to print to make this chart of Jesus' miracles.
Click on the photo below to access a PDF file of rules or what we call "Power Hour Promises."
Free printables associated with this curriculum are listed here. The first is the Jesus is…A through Z banner, which I posted on a large piece of corrugated plastic. Since I teach a Wednesday evening class and share my classroom with a Sunday morning class, having a portable board works well. I used glittery stick-on letters to add color and interest to the banner. As we went through the year, I added a “mini poster” of each week’s titles and adjectives to the board.
We post the letter of the week on a folding cardboard display board. During the Bible Lesson, visuals of the current week's adjectives and titles are added to a piece of posterboard (which is attached to the display board with a couple of pieces of Velcro in the top corners). The posterboard can be turned over and the backside used for the next week's lesson. We also use these posterboards for review purposes over the course of the quarter.
You will find the Jesus is A through Z curriculum here.
Find coloring pages associated with the Jesus is A through Z curriculum here.
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Free Sunday school printables associated with this curriculum are listed here. The first is the We Are... banner, which I posted on a cardboard demonstration board, adding arrows and stars. Each week we taped a visual associated with that week's lesson to this demonstration board. Since I teach a Wednesday evening class and share my classroom with a Sunday morning class, having a portable board works well.
You will find the We Are... curriculum here.
Find any coloring/activity pages associated with the We Are... curriculum here.
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Free printables associated with this curriculum are listed here. The first is the I Love My Bible! banner, which I posted on a large piece of corrugated plastic.
This photo shows the I Love My Bible! visuals posted along with the Fruit of the Spirit.
I Love My Bible! banner (Tip: Print as a poster.)
You will find the I Love My Bible! curriculum here.
Find any coloring/activity pages associated with the I Love My Bible! curriculum here.Return to the top of the page.
(The timeline with characters/events was purchased from KONOS.)
LESSON 12 mentions looking on the internet for pictures of events from David's life. These are links to ones I have used:
LESSON 12 also mentions this map of Israel and Judah.
Lesson 24 uses the Miracles of Jesus Christ display board which is at the top of this page under General Printables:
Adventures on Route 66 curriculum here.
You will find any coloring/activity pages associated with the Adventures on Route 66 curriculum here.Return to the top of the page.
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