Children’s Sunday School Crafts – The Twelve Spies

Doing children’s Sunday school crafts are a big hit with my 2-5 year olds.  These ideas below, along with the discussions and song, helped to teach the Sunday school lesson of ” The Twelve Spies” to my class.  Give it a try with your class.

Sunday School Crafts & Lesson Materials: “The Twelve Spies”

Children's Sunday School Crafts

Bible Story:
Tell the story of the twelve spies from Deuteronomy 1: 19-46

Discussion:
Talk with the children about what spies are.

Art:
Make binoculars.

Need:  2 toilet paper tubes for each child
Hole punch
Stapler
Yarn
Stickers
Markers or crayons

Staple each pair of toilet paper tubes together. Put one hole in each side near the top. Tie a piece of yarn on each pair like a necklace so the children can wear them. Let the children decorate their binoculars with stickers and crayons or markers.

Activity:
Play follow the leader. After you play, remind the children that our strength comes from God so we need to follow Him.

Song:
Sing I may never march in the infantry

I may never march in the infantry, Ride in the cavalry, Shoot the artillery.
I may never fly o’er the enemy, But I’m in the Lord’s army. (yes, sir!)
I’m in the Lord’s army, (yes, sir!) I’m in the Lord’s army, (yes, sir!)
I may never march in the infantry, Ride in the Calvary, Shoot the artillery.
I may never fly o’er the enemy, But I’m in the Lord’s army. (yes, sir!)

 

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