Bible Activities for Kids: Genesis to Revelation


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Do you include Bible time in your homeschool? If you do, you’ll want to check out Bible Activities: Genesis to Revelation workbook. It includes hard-to-find activities for stories in scripture, especially for kids ages 4-12. We had a chance to review this softcover activity book by Katie Hornor of Paradise Praises.

My daughters love words games, puzzles, mazes, and crafts in general, so I was glad to find a book that includes Bible-based activities of this type. That’s not always an easy task, hence the “hard-to-find” part of this book. We can usually find Easter or Christmas or even Noah’s Ark activities, but trying to find something related to other Bible stories can be more difficult. How often can you find activities relating to Jericho, Malachi, or Kings?

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Bible Activities for Kids

The book is 60 pages and is divided into three sections:

  • Genesis – Ruth
  • 1 Samuel – Malachi
  • Matthew – Revelation

This activity book brought to mind some of my favorite memories of Sunday School and VBS when I was growing up. I remember doing these type of activities back then and I’m glad to do them with my daughters in our homeschool now.

My daughters’ favorite activities were the word games and crafts like these:

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Bible activities for kids
Some of the activities require looking up scripture on their own in their Bibles to complete. This helps them to get more familiar with the books of the Bible and learning how to find verses on their own. {Note: scripture references are from the King James translation.}

My favorite part of the book is that it’s grab and go! I don’t have to spend time searching online for activities and often not finding what I needed in the first place. This is a handy tool to include in our Bible study time for variety. It’s also nice to take in the car for road trips.

This is a good activity book to have on hand for Bible lessons. It has crosswords, crafts, word puzzles, mazes, and more to engage children in the Bible stories. It works as a memory tool and makes the Bible stories accessible for children. If you’re looking for a supplement to your homeschool Bible time, consider Bible Activities: Genesis to Revelation.


Sara (327 Posts)

I'm a reader, writer, dreamer, wife, and homeschooling mom of 3 girls. We take a relaxed, eclectic, Charlotte Mason-leaning, Montessori-ish, literature-rich, delight-directed, almost unschooling-at-times approach to learning. Lots of unit studies, field trips, and lapbooks, too. I like to blog about our learning adventures (plus faith and encouragement) at Embracing Destiny.

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