Use this simple activity worksheet to help kids imagine the Tower of Babel. Right-click on the preview image to the right to download it as a print-friendly PDF document.
This was just one activity in our larger lesson plan about the Tower of Babel. I would recommend using the visuals from that lesson to show kids what the Tower may have looked like before they draw their own. The activity sheet includes the suggested memory verse from this lesson.
So the LORD dispersed them from there over the face of all the earth, and they left off building the city. (Genesis 11:8 ESV)
This activity sheet is very flexible and the kids can use their imagination to illustrate several different parts of the story. For example, they could simply draw the Tower as I’ve done in the example to the left.
For more variety, you could have the children draw the impact of the language confusion on the workers. This might be fun to even include quotes from several different languages as cartoon captions. Use Google Translate for ideas.
Alternately, you can download this edge sketch illustration coloring sheet of the Tower of Babel.
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