You can use free Bible coloring pages to complement Sunday school lessons...or just for fun.
If you’re like me, you may have found yourself scouring the internet for coloring pages that will tie in with your Sunday school lesson. I’ve often gotten frustrated and ended up making my own, using Microsoft Publisher. I’m not an artist, so I use the clip art in the program and do my best to make something that will reinforce what I’m trying to teach.
The main reasons I use coloring pages are:
The main reasons I use visuals are:
I have created several simple coloring pages as part of various curricula I have written.
In addition to coloring pages, I have created printable visuals to go
with the various Sunday school lessons/curricula I have written. Some of
these may work as coloring pages also if you print them in black and
If you use these as visuals you can print them in color, or, as I have often done (to save on colored ink), print them in black on various brightly colored papers.
It seems that kids either really like to color…or they don’t. So
it’s a good idea to collect a variety of activity pages to keep on hand.
Word searches and crossword puzzles are great for older kids.
There are websites that will allow you to quickly generate puzzles using key words of your choice.
My prayer is that these free Bible coloring pages will be a blessing to you!
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