Moses Coloring Page

Teach about Moses with this coloring page. “Moses” is the first illustration in our new Bible Heroes Coloring Book. This line art illustration shows the story of Moses for kids. It features the name “Moses” in block letters. Download the PDF coloring page below or click on the large image to directly print the JPEG image.

Moses Coloring Page

About this Coloring Page

This is the first coloring sheet in our Bible Heroes series. Our plan is to alternate male and female people from the Bible.  One of the thoughts I have about creating these is that God is the REAL hero behind each story.  That is why I included so many references on the Moses page to God himself.

The large illustration shows Moses raising his hand to part to Red Sea. The caption is from Exodus 15:2 ESV:

The Lord is my strength and my song,
    and he has become my salvation;
this is my God, and I will praise him,
    my father’s God, and I will exalt him.

The other three pictures show scenes from the Life of Moses when God spoke to him

  • You are on Holy ground
  • By this you shall know
  • I am the LORD thy GOD

Sunday School children will enjoy this coloring sheet. It would also be an excellent Bible activity in the family or home-school. We recommend colored pencils rather than wax crayons. The finer tip of the pencil allows more detailed illustration artwork.

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  1. Thank you for the Moses coloring page. We are going to use it in our Prek class this Sunday. Lovely artwork.

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