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Jesus Has Time for Me Bible Crafts

Crafts and Activities for Bible Theme - Jesus Has Time for Me!

 

Scripture Reference: Mark 10:13-16, Matthew 19:1-15, Luke 18:15-17, and Matthew 18:1-4

Concepts: Jesus has time for children.

 

Make a Clock with Day and Night Fun Foam Shapes

"Jesus has time for Us" Clock Activity Sheet from www.daniellesplace.com

What you will need:

Blue and Black Construction Paper

Yellow Printer Paper

Brass Paper Fasteners

Sun, Moon, and Star Foam Shapes. (If you can't find the cloud shapes, cut them from white fun foam or construction paper.)

How to make:

1. Cut the black construction paper in half and glue the half sheets onto the blue construction. Print out the clock pattern (Pattern available to members on The Resource Room.)

2. Punch holes through the middle of the clock and the background paper, and the clock hands. Stick a brad through the hands, the clock, and the background paper, and spread it out on the back of the paper.

3. In class have your children glue or stick celestial shapes onto the paper. They should glue the stars and moons to the black side representing night, and the sun and clouds to the blue side that represents day. Remind your children that Jesus has time for us any time of the day, night or day.

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Play Bible Verse Review Clock Game

This game can also be used a craft. Each child can make his own game, take it home, and play with his family and friends.

"Jesus Has Time for Me" Bible Verse Memory Game from www.daniellesplace.com

Make the Game:

1. Before class print out the colored clock pattern onto cardstock. Glue it to a box or foam core board.

2. Make a spinner using a large paper clip and push pin. Put the paper clip in the center of the clock and keep it in place with a push pin.

3. Print out the black and white patterns, one for each children.

To play:

In class give each child a black and white printout and provide green, yellow purple, blue orange red, and green crayons. Children take turns spinning the clock spinner on the game board, and coloring the corresponding shape on their papers. If they already have that shape colored on their printout, they do nothing on that turn. The child who colors the entire clock printout first wins.

Instead of having your children color the black and white patterns, you can have them use colored game pieces as a puzzle. They will pick up the corresponding game piece when they spin the spinner. The child who collects all the pieces first wins. Have the winner repeat the Bible verse.

A Pattern is available to members of The Resource Room.

 

 

Make a Craft Foam Watch Sunday School Craft

"Jesus has time for me" Watch Craft from www.daniellesplace.com

What you will need:

Foam Sheets

Brass Paper Fasteners

Ruler

Scissors

Hole Punch

Religious Craft Foam Stickers

Velcro Dots

How to make:

1. Before class print out the "Jesus Has Time for Me" Watch Patterns. If you have younger children, you can pint the patterns at 75% for their smaller wrists. (Pattern available to members on The Resource Room.)

2. Cut craft foam into 1" x 7" rectangles (or smaller for younger children) to make the watch bands.

3. In class have your children decorate the watch bands with foam stickers.

4. Punch a hole through the middle of the watch face and through the watch band where you want to attach the face. Push the paper fastener through the back of the band and the watch face to attach. Open up the prongs to make the hands of the watch.

5. Place Velcro dots on the ends of the watch band.

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"Jesus Always has Time for Me" Coloring and Activity Sheet

Clock Coloring and Activity Sheet from www.daniellesplace.com

What you will need:

Paper or Cardstock

Black Cardstock

Brass Paper Fasteners

Crayons or Colored Pencils

Hole Punch

What to do:

1. Before class print out the pictures onto card stock (Heavy paper) and make clock hands out of cardboard. (Printable Pattern available to members on The Resource Room.)

2. In class have your children color the pictures. Punch holes in the center of the clocks.

3. Fasten the clock hands to the center using brass fasteners so your children can change the time on their clocks. If you don't have time to make clock hands, just have your children draw in the hands.

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Twister Bible Verse Review Game

Twister Bible Verse Review Game for Sunday School from www.daniellesplace.com

1. Before class label a Twister Game as follows: Green circles - Let the, Yellow circles - Little children, Blue circles - come, Red circles - to me. (If you want to use the KJV, change to words to fit the verse.)

2. Write the words on two-inch masking tape or address labels and stick them to the circles.

3. In class have four or five children stand around the twister game. Play like Twister, except when you call out a colors, say the word that is on that color.

4. If a child falls or touches the Twister game with a part of his body besides his hands or feet, he is out, and must say the whole verse.

If you have very small children, just let them try to place their hands and feet on the board. Don't worry about them touching other parts of their bodies. Give all the children a certain amount of time to play.

This games goes with the Bible lesson "Jesus Has Time for Me" on The Resource Room.

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