If you know someone who is struggling right now, you might like to send them this pretty word card to tell them to keep going and keep the faith.
We've got a big collection of printables for the Nativity story - see the link below - and we are just beginning to add a few more Bible printables here too, starting with this Moses mask for role-playing and story-telling.
Draw a picture to illustrate what you are giving up for Lent - or perhaps use this doodle page as a writing frame instead.
This illustrated story paper is designed so that children can tell the story of Moses discovered in his basket amongst the reeds in their own words, or perhaps to copy out a passage from their Bible. We've provided a picture to colour in, too.
Print out this Moses mask onto printer card and cut out. Laminate if you like, and perhaps cut out the eye-holes before using sticky-tape to attach to a large lollipop stick or small wooden spoon.
Children can use this story paper to tell the story of Moses parting the Red Sea in their own words, or perhaps to copy out the story or some Bible verses. Then they can have fun colouring in our illustration.
Here's a great activity for Passover or Bible studies. Using this story paper, the kids can retell the story of the plague of frogs (or all the plagues) in their own words, and then colour in the fun picture!
Design a stained glass window, using the frame we provide. Children could come up with an abstract, modern design, or perhaps illustrate a bible story. Crosses would be particularly appropriate for an Easter-themed stained glass window.