Religious crafts for kids are great for learning about the bible. Not only are these crafts fun, but they are perfect for Sunday School, Vacation Bible School, or a church camp.
Religious Crafts For Kids
Kids learn through play. So creating a craft to help teach a bible story is the perfect way to keep them involved and excited to learn.
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Tips for creating Bible crafts with large groups.
- Choose crafts with easy to find supplies. Some crafts may seem super fun, but if you have to buy all the supplies, that is going to take a chunk out of your budget. Choose crafts that people can easily donate supplies too!
- If it’s too simple, it may not work for the older kids. Choose crafts that appeal to all ages but can be simplified for the younger kids.
- Set up as much as you can ahead of time. Some projects may require a lot of cutting. Grab some volunteers and pre-cut as much as you can. Rock painting? Give the rocks a good scrub before setting up the craft area.
- Think about dry time. As a mom, it’s hard to juggle 2 crafts that still have wet glue. If you have a longer day, do crafts that require time to dry in the morning. So that they can go home at pickup. Or use stick glue instead of white glue.
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