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Christianity Cove is your one-stop-shop for free Sunday School lessons, Bible games, crafts, skits and activities for Children's Church. Our blog features hundreds of fresh, fun, and creative ideas for helping your students understand the Bible and relate it to their own lives.

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Shamrock Pretzels (St. Patrick’s Day Snack)

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This three-leaf clover will give kids an opportunity to explain the concept of the Trinity on St. Patrick’s Day, using the three leaves to symbolize the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. It involves dipping pretzels in warm, melted morsels, so it’s probably best to demonstrate or make at home, but kids will love the taste, the […]

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Rainbow Jello Bible Snack & A Lesson in God’s Faithfulness

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Kids love rainbows, and they’ll be seeing many of them in spring and summer.  They’ll also love this rainbow Jello Bible snack, and serving it will give you a chance to discuss God’s covenant with a rainbow and how it relates to all that grows in the springtime. Rainbow Jello Bible Snack & A Lesson […]

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“The Lion and the Lamb” Bible Craft & The 2 Sides of Jesus

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The Lion and the Lamb both refer to Jesus Christ. He is both the conquering Lion of the tribe of Judah and the Lamb who was slain. The Lion and the Lamb are descriptions of two aspects of the nature of Christ. As the Lion of Judah, He fulfills the prophecy of Genesis 49:9 and […]

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How Can a Lamb be a Lion? – A Bible Object Lesson

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  March roars in like a lion and goes out like a lamb, says the old myth. That makes the month of March a little like the Lord Jesus, who was called both a lion and a lamb in the Bible. This simple Bible object lesson using a coffee mug can help children understand why Jesus […]

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Balloon Breakdown – A “March Comes In Like a Lion” Bible Game

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It’s easy to remember the “lamb” side of Jesus. It’s not quite as fun to remember his “lion” side, which we all need, too! This hysterical relay Bible game with balloons will help kids remember that our kind and merciful savior has a “lion” side and is also willing to “burst our bubble” if we […]

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Every Action Counts! A Homemade Bubbles Science Experiment

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  All kids love making bubbles. But bubbles last only seconds and are gone. This easy bubbles science experiment will show you that even those events that last only a few seconds can bring joy or sorrow. It is a great opportunity to show that every action, even a small one, counts! Every Action Counts!  A Homemade Bubbles […]

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Create Your Own Mount Rushmore (Presidents Day Craft)

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Create Your Own Mount Rushmore (Presidents Day Craft) George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln are depicted on Mount Rushmore which is located in South Dakota. Not all kids will get to see Mount Rushmore face to face, but they can have lots of fun putting the faces of four of our founding […]

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“We the People” President’s Day Game

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“We the People” Presidents Day Game This game is great for Presidents Day because it will help students learn to respect authority and to understand that God put leaders in their positions, which merits our respect. Object Children will compete against each other as they ask for permission to move toward the finish line. Introduction […]

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