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Bible activity books for kids

Activity books to help kids simplify and understand Biblical concepts

What is the “Good News” and how do you explain it to your child? What does it mean if you believe the Good News? This Digging Into God Bible activity book will help your children discover what the Good News is and what it means to them personally.

This Bible activity devotional will help your kids understand the way to salvation and to friendship with God. From looking up verses to making comics to word scrambles, this activity devotional is a refreshing way to help kids unpack God’s Word--making it simple and memorable.

Created for 8 to 12 year olds, this activity book works through Mark 16:15-16:

“Go into all the world and preach the Good News to everyone.

Anyone who believes and is baptized will be saved.

But anyone who refuses to believe will be condemned.”

There are activity sheets and lessons for:

  • Good News (what is it?)

  • Believe (believe what?)

  • Baptism (what does baptism do?)

  • Being saved vs being condemned (say what?!)

and room for kids to work through each of those concepts in an age appropriate way.

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Are you looking for something to keep the focus on Jesus during the Easter season?

Created for 8 to 12 year olds, this Digging Into God Activity Book is a fun, hands on way to help kids discover what Easter is truly about, how we know that the resurrection of Jesus Christ is historically proven true, and what that means in our lives. There are a variety of activities to help children work through Biblical foundations in an age appropriate way.

This devotional is filled with Scripture rather than opinions, and has fun acitivities--like word searches, a group activity, comic pages, fill-in-the-blanks, coloring pages, even a yummy recipe! This activity devotional is a refreshing way to help kids unpack God’s Word--making it simple and memorable.

This book will help you explain the evidence for the TRUTH of the Resurrection and can easily be used in an individual or group setting. You can use this book as a family devotional, a homeschool Bible teaching, a Sunday School class, or encourage your child to use this book as a tool for their own personal devotional time. And, since Jesus' resurrection is important at all times and seasons of our lives, you don't have to use this book only during Easter!

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Resurrection Rolls Easter Treat
Easter Bible Verses
Resurrection Sunday Bible Study for kids

This Digging Into God devotional is a full-color Bible Study for families with children ages 5 to 8. With cute animals, silly poems, and simple worksheets, you and your child/children will walk through 1 Corinthians 13 to discover what God says the true definition of "love" is.

Created for young readers and writers, this colorful devotional includes verses to trace (copywork), guided space for thinking about and writing definitions (What does "patient" mean? How do you "rejoice with the truth"?), and room for drawing pictures to help children work through Biblical principles in an age appropriate way (Draw a picture of something that tempts you to be "irritable").

What is Love? is a refreshing way to help kids unpack God’s Word--making it simple and memorable.

This UNIQUE, age-appropriate gratitude journal will teach kids to practice and develop a grateful heart.

And with alternating paper colors (black and white), your child can enjoy experimenting with different mediums (gel pens, crayons, pastels) and colors as they practice their handwriting and artistic skills!

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Each day/page is divided into morning and evening sections.

The morning section is printed on white paper & includes:

  • Emojis to choose from to express how the child is feeling that day

  • A fun & different drawing prompt each day to help them get in the mindset of giving thanks--even in the ordinary

  • A place to make a simple list of what they are grateful for today

  • "Who will I be kind to today?" A prompt to remember to practice kindness.


The evening section is printed on black paper and includes:

  • Drawing prompts for the "Hardest part of my day" and "My favorite part of my day"

  • Emojis to choose from to express how the child is feeling at the end of the day

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