I think you will agree with me…
Teaching children the Bible can be a challenge.
Finding quality bible lessons for kids that are hands-on, creative, fun, and easy to teach can be a challenge as well.
If you teach children in a multi-age setting, or desire to “go deeper” with some of your older students…
If you want simple Bible lessons that you can practice the night before church (we’ve all been there!) then this is a resource you will return to over and over again. Be sure to Bookmark it!
Below you will find an index of chronological (Old Testament to New Testament) Bible lessons that are easy to prepare and simple to implement, but bring about awesome discussions with your children.
Thousands of Bible Teachers use this site every week as a resource to enhance their Bible Time with kids. Adapt each lesson to fit the needs of your home or church.
Lessons from the Pentateuch (Gen. through Deut.)
Books of History (Joshua through Esther)
The Gospels (Matthew through John)
What does the Passover have to do with the church of today? And why does it matter? Create the seder meal and bring the story
The Acts of the Apostles
Objectives: To create a timeline To list the events of Acts 18 To recognize that the places Paul visited were real locations still found today
Objectives: To compare three ways people can respond to the gospel To list the events of Acts 17 To discuss how Christianity turns the world
Objectives: To explain the bondage of sin To list the events of Acts 16:16-40 To discuss the power of God and the gospel Materials: Inductive
Objectives: To define a good reputation To list the events of Acts 16:1-15 To discuss “benchmarks” in life Materials: Inductive Bible Study Form Time Needed:
Letters to the Church
Objectives: to describe how all the families in the world have been blessed to describe the purpose of the expository letters to list some of
Jesus used many science object lessons when he taught. So did Paul. You can as well! Use this fun fruit of the spirit lesson