Twister Game Bible Object Lessons about Sin

It is no secret that I love classic games! For teaching they work well because classic game brands, like Twister are recognizable and most of the class is familiar with game play rules. I recently found an old Twister game at the local thrift store and was able to put the Twister game mat to use as an object lesson. I spread out the mat and wrote the word SIN on one dot in each color. I

New Candy Bible Object Lessons

Kids will love these candy object lessons from the Bible. Print this post for a quick children’s sermon our illustration in Sunday School class. I’m a huge candy fan! Not only is it sweet and fun to snack on but candy makes the perfect object lesson. I’ve found that whenever you use edible object lessons, kids attention is riveted to you. (Mostly because they want some but they will listen!) Like you, I have favorite candies, including Runts,

"Pop Rocks" Bible Object Lessons

Kids that aren’t freaked out about candy that pops in their mouth will love Pop Rocks candy. If you have the change to grab a few packets of this unique, classic confection, do it! It makes the perfect item for an exciting object lesson. You see, when this candy is made, it is infused with carbon dioxide. When the candy cools, the carbon is trapped inside. However, once you pop it in your mouth, the candy begins

Bible Object Lessons with Flowers

The flowers are popping with color and these perky blooms make the perfect object lesson. Before class, tip toe through the tulips in your backyard (pun intended) or stop by a grocery store for an inexpensive bouquet. Object lessons with flowers allow kids to “smell” and “see” the Bible come to life. Have enough flowers to send a bloom home with each child at the end of class. What a great take home gift! The Sweet, Fragrant

"Jellybean" Bible Object Lessons

Small, sweet and colorful, this eye-catching candy can’t help but attract attention. Bring a bag of jellybeans to kids’ church or Sunday School as a visual aid for a special bible lesson. Once you have completed the demonstration, dole them out and share the candies with the class. (Have a bag of sugar-free candies available for diabetic or sugar-sensitive kids and adults.) Ready to teach a jellybean object lesson? God’s Words Are Sweet “How sweet are your

Two "Flip Flops" Bible Object Lessons (Ephesians 6:15 & Exodus 3:5)

  Summertime means warm weather and wearing flip flops! These inexpensive shoes are colorful and could help you share exciting bible stories. If you have some extra flip flops, decorate your classroom using this casual theme. Fill buckets with flip flops and set them on the welcome table. You could always send kids home with a pair of these comfy shoes. Add a few Summer themed coloring pages and a water games and you will have a

Bible Object Lessons for New School Year (2019)

It’s back to school time! Time for kids to hunker down and learn–and not just at school but in bible class too. What a great time to present kids some important bible principles and lessons! Break out these object lessons for back to school and get kids excited about returning to the classroom. All you need are a few visual aids and a willing teacher. Ready to give these object lessons a try? The Giant Eraser Take

"Finishing the Race" Bible Object Lessons

“I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.” (2 Timothy 4:7; NIV) That’s a powerful statement by Paul and one that has inspired generations to keep up the fight. If you’ve decided to present this verse to your children’s church or Sunday School class, include these finishing the race object lessons in your order of service. Kids do love a visual teaching and this is one that they will

"Glowsticks and Christ In Us" Bible Object Lessons

Glow sticks emit a mysterious-looking light, especially in a darkened room. When you crack a stick and get it glowing, you’ll get the attention of everyone in the class. If you have the ability to darken your classroom, you can use this exciting toy as an object lesson for kids’ church. You can use glow sticks a hundred different ways but for the object lesson I chose today, the verse I’m teaching is John 8:12. “When Jesus

Beach Bible Object Lessons for Kids Church

As warm weather settles in, more families will be making trips to the beach and their favorite water parks. What a perfect time to break out these beach object lessons for kids church! These visual aids are inexpensive and easy to find, perfect for teaching kids important lessons from the Bible. Ready to use some lessons that are just “beachy?” Beach Sand Object Lesson For this object lesson, you need a few cups of sand and two

Pencil Bible Object Lessons

So what’s the most humble school supply? I’d have to go with the pencil–an item that every child is familiar with. Why not take this tool and use it for an object lesson? From chewed to new, a pencil object lesson is one that kids will remember everytime they reach for one. Just for fun, I developed two object lessons you could use to share some important biblical principles with your class. They are also good lessons

"Rubber Band" Bible Object Lessons

Reach in your office drawer and pull out a few rubber bands. That’s all you need to share these object lessons. Bring the Bible to life by presenting this important lessons to kids using these snappy visual aids. Of course, it may be hard to find a volunteer. People don’t like getting popped or snapped. You could really make this object lesson fun by putting on gloves, a hat and a heavy jacket as protection. Kids will

Cookie Bible Object Lessons

Kids speak a unique language of fun and faith, don’t they? If you want to grab the attention of your young audience, teach using a tasty treat. Not only will they hang on every word (crumb!) they will look forward to snacking on them after the lesson. Try these cookie object lessons if you want to teach about brokenness or love. All you need is a few packs of cookies, well maybe some milk and napkins too!

"Green" Bible Object Lessons for St. Patrick's Day

Every March people around the world, (even the non-Irish) celebrate the life and ministry of St. Patrick with the color green. Like the green countryside of the mother land, Irish fans proudly wear their green ensembles. Why not take advantage of this color’s seasonal popularity by using green for a few object lessons. You can find most of the items you need right in your pantry or grocery store. Here are a few ideas to get you

"Water" Bible Object Lessons

Need a few object lessons for the upcoming month but don’t want to break the bank on supplies? You can do that with inexpensive (okay, cheap) items like a glass or pitcher of water. In the Bible, water is often a symbol for purity and represents the cleansing of sins. That’s a great place to start! You can feature these water object lessons all month long or spread them out over a fun unit. Teaching kids powerful

3 Bible Object Lessons Using Building Blocks

Toys make great Bible object lessons because kids know how they work and how much fun they can be. What kid doesn’t own blocks? When you give kids an example of a biblical principle or verse, demonstrated with toys, like building blocks, you’ll grab and keep their attention. Also, building blocks object lessons are perfect for up and coming teachers or new volunteers who want to try teaching. Purchase an inexpensive bag or box of blocks or

Toothpaste Bible Object Lessons for Children (Proverbs 15:2)

Have an extra tube of toothpaste handy? That’s all you need to demonstrate these two object lessons to your class. Have mini tubes of toothpaste, toothbrushes or dental floss to send home with all your kids for take home goodies. This kind of squishy, teaching aid is sure to capture and keep kids attention. Put It All Back Bible verse: “The tongue of the wise adorns knowledge, but the mouth of the fool gushes folly.” Proverbs 15:2 NIV

"Peanut Butter Cup" Bible Object Lessons

Lots of people love Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups! This candy is so popular that it shows up in new incarnations every holiday as the Reese’s Peanut Butter Egg or the Christmas Tree. If you break out peanut butter cups in kids church, I can promise you, you will grab their attention. It’s a good idea to bring some mini cups for kids to snack on afterwards. The Sweet Covering: For this object lesson, you’ll need an unwrapped

"Mirror" Bible Object Lessons

I believe you can teach Bible principles with just about any everyday object, including a plain  hand mirror. I’m sure there are hundreds of ways to use a mirror in your lesson plan but I have had some success with these two mirror object lessons. Feel free to tweak them to fit your needs. Using these Bible verses and a mirror, you can teach a child a positive message that could help transform some aspect of his

"Cupcake" Bible Object Lessons for Kids

Who doesn’t love a cupcake? This delectable treat is inexpensive and it’s the perfect item to use as an object lesson for kids ministry. Cupcakes are great for a holiday lesson or any time of the year. Prepare a batch of cupcakes or if you don’t enjoy baking (like me) you can cheat and purchase some from your local bakery. Of course, if you’re going to use a cupcake object lesson, you need to have enough to

Why You Should Use Bible Object Lessons

One of the skills children’s pastors acquire over the years is the ability to turn any ordinary household item into a passion filled awe inspiring object lesson. I am a huge fan of using objects to teach truth to kids. I believe every time you stand in front of kids you should have some object that helps take an idea from an etherial idea to a concrete value resulting in a tangible action they can do this

Fun Bible Games & Sunday School Activities for Kids

Bible games are an engaging way to capture kids’ attention in your children’s ministry or Sunday School. Explore these fun Sunday School games this weekend to make your class interactive and exciting. We’ve compiled 101 Bible games for kids, packed with easy-to-plan ideas that provide a fun, positive experience while learning God’s Word. Use the links below to download these games in printable PDF format and enhance your Sunday School curriculum with interactive activities. Free Bible Game

Free Sunday School Curriculum & Lessons for Kids

Download this week’s 100% free Sunday School lesson or find your next Sunday School curriculum series—printable Bible study lessons and activities in Children’s Ministry. Search 🔎 All Free Resources Sunday School Lesson This Week This week, the featured Showing Compassion: Mark 6:30-44, 53-56 Sunday School Lesson. Don’t miss the craft ideas and children’s sermon about this Bible story. Printable Sunday School Curriculum & Lessons for Kids Search Sunday School Curriculum by Scripture, Bible Story, Teaching Topic, or

Pentecost Bible Study Lesson for Kids from Acts 2:1-21

Pentecost Bible Lesson for Kids (Acts 2:1-21) is the featured lesson for May 19, 2024. Teach kids about the coming of the Holy Spirit to empower the disciples to spread the message of Jesus. This powerful Bible story shows that the Gospel is for everyone. This Sunday School lesson can be used in children’s ministry, Sunday School, or kids church. Everything is included in the PDF download below (teaching notes, coloring pages, craft directions, game ideas, and