These Sunday school printables and visuals can be used with my Sunday school curriculum or as supplements to your own lessons. Feel free to print for your personal or classroom use only.
I like to
use printed visuals as I am teaching and then post them in
the classroom so kids can see them throughout the quarter or year
and be reminded of what we have learned. Actually, if you use my lesson plans, you will see I usually build the posting
of visuals right into the Bible lesson. Since kids like to be chosen to put things on the board, you can use it as a way to reward active listeners. :-)
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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 ink for my printer, even if visuals are colored, I often print them in "grayscale" or black ink only on brightly colored paper. The paper brightens up the classroom without the need for colored ink.
As I add Sunday school printables and visuals to this page, I plan to organize them according to the curriculum with which they are associated.
Below these "general" Sunday school printables, links are organized according to curriculum title.
Click on the picture below to access a PDF file of pages to print and make this chart of Jesus' miracles. The chart has headings indicating Jesus' power over disease, nature, demons, and death. It also contains columns which show where in each Gospel book to find the account described.
In our classes we have 5 basic rules we go over with the kids each week, right before the Bible Lesson. We call these our "CLASS PROMISES." You will find these here.
Some ideas for using the Jesus Is A-Z visuals:
You can post the "Jesus is...A through Z" banner on the wall at the front of the class, and then put posterboards with the letters around the room, as in the picture below (attached to the wall with Velcro fasteners). At the beginning of the lesson series, the posterboards will only have letters on them.
Each week, take down the current week's letter from the wall and place it on a cardboard display board at the front of the class (also using Velcro). During the Bible Lesson, students add that lesson's visuals. Then the posterboard goes back up on the wall in the appropriate place. As the weeks pass, the room fills with alphabetical visuals of what you are learning. These posterboards are great for reviewing and keeping Jesus' adjectives and titles prominent in the kids' minds. I usually leave them up all year.
Or, you can do as I did when I shared a
classroom: put the banner on a large (6' x 4'?) piece of
corrugated plastic (lightweight) and add the "mini poster" (8.5" x 11") of each
week’s titles and adjectives to the board at the end of each Bible lesson. In this way, you can move the board from place to place as needed, and still have visual reminders of what you are learning.
General Jesus is A-Z Visuals:
Lesson 2: Jesus is...Letter A Visuals
Lesson 3: Jesus is...Letter B Visuals
Lesson 4: Jesus is... Letter C Visuals
Lesson 5: Jesus is...Letter D Visuals
Lesson 6: Jesus is...Letter E Visuals
Lesson 7: Jesus is...Letter F Visuals
Lesson 8: Jesus is...Letter G Visuals
Lesson 9: Jesus is...Letter H Visuals
Lesson 10: Jesus is...Letter I Visuals
Lesson 11: Jesus is...Letters J&K Visuals
Lesson 12: Jesus is...Letter L, Part 1, Visuals
Lesson 13: Jesus is...Letter L, Part 2, Visuals
Lesson 14: Jesus is...Letter M, Part 1, Visuals
Lesson 15: Jesus is...Letter M, Part 2, Visuals
Lesson 16: Jesus is...Letters N&O Visuals
Lesson 17: Jesus is...Letter P, Part 1, Visuals
Lesson 18: Jesus is...Letter P, Part 2, & Q Visuals
Lesson 19: Jesus is...Letter R, Part 1, Visuals
Lesson 20: Jesus is...Letter R, Part 2, Visuals
Lesson 21: Jesus is...Letter S, Part 1, Visuals
Lesson 22: Jesus is...Letter S, Part 2, Visuals
Lesson 23: Jesus is...Letters T-U-V Visuals
Lesson 24: Jesus is...Letter W Visuals
Lesson 25: Jesus is...Letters X-Y-Z Visuals
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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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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Sunday school 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.
I hope the the Sunday school printables on this page are helpful to you. If you have trouble printing any of them, you might try using different web browser as that sometimes works for me. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me.
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