Kids love to learn and learn well through story-telling. When Jesus was on this Earth, He used stories to teach heavenly concepts. These stories contained valuable moral lessons for us and our children.
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Jesus’ Parables for Kids
This Parables for Kids Pack contains over 50 pages of fun activities and study worksheets on twelve different parables found in the Bible. These 12 parables are:
- The Sower
- The Talents
- The Good Samaritan
- The Unforgiving Servant
- The Lost Sheep
- The Wise and Foolish Builders
- The Mustard Seed
- The Lost Son
- The Two Sons
- The Lost Coin
- The Faithful Servant
- The Great Banquet
At the beginning of the pack are a variety of general activities to teach the parables for kids. Included are:
- Word Search – Find the Names of the Parables
- Alphabetical Order – Write the words from the Parables in alphabetical order
- Find the Lost Coin – Find the coin with the heart on it and color it in
- Fill in the Tree – Draw a picture of yourself in the middle and write ways you can grow your faith around you
- Crack the Code – Crack the Code to read the two sentences relating to the Parables
- How Many Words can you make from the word – Parables
- New Testament Book Order
- My Favorite Parable
- Fill in the Words – Fill in the words to complete the puzzle
- Which Parable? – Which Parable do these phrases come from
- Mazes – Find the letters as you go through the maze and create a word
These activities can be done before, after, or even in between completing the Parable activities. These activities are aimed at children of all ages, as they can work at their own level and pace.
For each of the 12 parables for kids, it is recommended to read the parable (the reference is listed for your convenience) from the Bible before completing the activities. The three pages of activities for each specific parable include an overview of the story, followed by writing a verse, then answering questions about thoughts and events that happened in the story and lastly, a page where children can illustrate the story.
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