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Christianity and Children

Christianity and Children
Are you raising your kiddos with a specific faith or religion?  We are raising M and G in a Christian home and it’s important to us that it’s not something we only learn about on Sundays at church.
Here are some ways we implement learning and just all around faith-based activities!
Bible Characters
Christianity and Children

 After a Google search, I printed off the men and women we learn about in the Bible.  After laminating them, I stuck a magnet on the back and introduced them to M.  I let her play but also led it into putting them in order, sorting by men and women, and talking about the ones we know best.

Christianity and Children
Now when we read, or learn about Bible stories, we are able to grab our Bible characters and put a face to a name!

Homeless Bags

Christianity and Children
One of the most meaningful things M and I have ever done together is create homeless bags.  We stuffed large Ziploc bags with gloves, water bottles, granola bars, fruit cups, and cards that M made.  We keep them in the front seat of my car and whenever we see someone in need, we roll the window down and hand them a bag.  It’s a great way to show God’s love!


Christianity and Children
Making Learning Fun has some REALLY neat Christian-based printables that M and I love using (and once G gets older, we can re-use!).  I usually laminate our materials, since it makes them so durable (and you can use erasable markers on them, which is always fun!).

Learning through Crafting

Christianity and Children
After reading a specific Bible story, we definitely try to apply it some way.  M’s favorite way is through crafts!
After reading about Noah’s Ark, we grabbed an empty shoebox and made our own ark, stuffing it with two of each toy animal we could find.


Christianity and Children

When we learned about rainbows and God’s promise to His people, I cut arcs out of some of M’s watercolor creations.  She glued them in size order to make her own rainbow!

Written by Jill
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tammy matheny

Thursday 15th of October 2015

I teacher two year olds great for them to understand bible stories.thank you

Lyn B

Saturday 15th of March 2014

I just found your website a few days ago. I am very thankful to all the work you have done. I teach singing with 3-12 year olds at church and I have a 2 YO grandson. I am using your resources and have passed them on to friends and family. Thank you again for your wonderful resource...Lyn B

Sharnee Torrents

Monday 27th of January 2014

WOW oh WOW I'm soooooo super excited!!! Love that you have made these pictures available, read through all the comments and there they were, months later!!! YIPPEE!!! Thanks heaps lovely Jill!!! WIll have the best time with these and my treasures!!! :) Smiles SHarnee :)

* eva *

Tuesday 2nd of July 2013


Please could you share the name of the curriculum company? I would like to buy the bible characters from them.


The Activity Mom

Tuesday 2nd of July 2013

HI Eva, It is called The Big God Story. You can find more info here:



Friday 15th of March 2013

Did you end up coming up with a free printable for the Bible people? I can't find anything on your site. Thanks.

The Activity Mom

Tuesday 2nd of July 2013

You can find more info here: