Days of Creation Printable Pack

If you are looking at teaching the Days of Creation in your homeschool, your Sunday School or at your home, this Days of Creation Printable Pack is just what you need.

After reading the first couple of chapters of Genesis, this printable pack will help extend learning, and show children how the world began.

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Days of Creation Printable Pack

With 104 pages of printable resources, this Days of Creation Printable Pack will introduce children to the first days of the world as written in the first book of the Bible, Genesis. It contains a variety of math and literacy activities for young children as well.

This printable pack contains math activities such as size sequencing cards, count and clip cards and number puzzles. It also contains many literacy activities such as alphabet matching cards, spot and dot, word tracing, story writing pages and 3-part cards. Other activities include coloring pages, shadow matching cards, what comes next?, and color matching cards.

Also included are many other activities, including Bible themed activities. These include:

  • Creating a drawing of how they picture the Garden of Eden.
  • Matching – Match the day to the event that happened that day.
  • Why do you think God created man? Think about the question and answer to the best of your ability.
  • Fill in the Blank – Read the sentence and fill in which day the event happened on
  • Days of Creation 2 part Puzzles
  • God created man in His own Image – Draw a picture of what you think this means
  • Bible Copywork Pages ~ These pages all relate to the days of creation and are great for copywork and memorisation. These pages come in both KJV and ESV.
  • Bible Memory Cards – These cards contain verses from the first two chapters of Genesis. The verses are short and are easy for memorising.


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