Creation Coloring Pages "God Made the Sky"

Here is our next printable coloring sheet about God’s work of creation. Each of these have been made by Mandy Groce, an illustrator from Louisville, KY. Please leave your comments below if you would like to let her know how you are using these resources.
This coloring picture depicts the events from Genesis 1:6-8 where God separates the water and names the sky. This is a beautiful verse, but something of a challenge to visualize. This visual features layers of water being forced apart as God makes room for the sky.

And God said, “Let there be an expanse between the waters to separate water from water.” So God made the expanse and separated the water under the expanse from the water above it. And it was so. God called the expanse “sky.” And there was evening, and there was morningโ€”the second day. Genesis 1:6-8 NIV

Directions: Click on the image to the right to download this resource as a printer friendly PDF file. Alternately, you can download the image as a jpeg image file (512K) if you want to resize or paste it into a Word Document.
You can find many teaching resources on our website about the Biblical story of creation. We have a whole series of creation lesson plans and even a Bible storybook about creation. This coloring sheet would be the perfect add-on to your Sunday School lessons about creation from Genesis 1. Don’t miss all ourย creation coloring sheets.


5 thoughts on “Creation Coloring Pages "God Made the Sky"”

  1. Thank you for your coloring pages on creation – getting ready to start a new quarter soon & am trying to do some early preparation. We are “Exploring the Bible” so I appreciate your Bible Book coloring pages too. Thinking about using them in teaching the books of the Bible by division -trying a different approach to getting them started on memorizing the books of the Bible.

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  2. Thank You for sharing the lessons I am actually using them to teach some children in my neighborhood . I’ve been teaching bible lessons for many years and material like this helps. I teach 3-5th in Sundays This is very helpful.
    I’m from Harlingen, Texas

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  3. I teach K-2 in a Christian school. I am excited to find these to pair with the memory verses about Creation the students will be learning ๐Ÿ™‚ Thank you!

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  4. Thank you for your pages. I’m teaching creation in Spanish to a mixed age group of children in Mexico. My Spanish isn’t great so your illustrations really help me to explain things.

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