Sunday School Crafts

easter lily easter craft

“Easter Lily” Easter Craft for Kids

For many, the beautiful trumpet-shaped white lilies symbolize purity, virtue, innocence, hope and life – the spiritual essence of Easter. One of the most famous Biblical references is in the Sermon on the Mount, when Christ told his listeners:  “Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow: they toil not, neither do they spin; […]

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“Angel Who Rolled the Stone Away” Paperweight Easter Craft

The most important part of Easter is that Jesus arose!  If you are looking for an adorable Easter craft that will help children keep in their hearts the image of the angel who met the people at the tomb to give them the good news, check out our guest post over at Someday Crafts !  You […]

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The Jelly Bean Poem: A Craft on the Messages of Easter

Most children find the double meaning of Easter confusing.  First is the crucial message of Jesus’ resurrection; then there’s the message of eggs, bunny rabbits, and jelly beans. The two may seem to have no correlation, but to ignore candy and bunnies while talking about  tombs and guards and angels can seem disingenuous to sharper […]

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Palm Sunday Place Mats: A Palm Sunday Craft

Palm Sunday Place Mats: Palm Sunday Craft Easter Week is a time to create crafts that will last, symbolic of how Christ’s great sacrifice for sins will last throughout life. Placemats are known to last into a child’s teenage years and beyond because they have a special place in the parents’ hearts. This Palm Sunday […]

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“Hand Print Palm Tree” Palm Sunday Craft

Use a paper towel roll to make hand print palm trees to celebrate the holiday with this Palm Sunday craft. As palms are so symbolic of hope, let a whole tree symbolize a bushel of hopes to share with your friends and family. “Hand Print Palm Tree” Palm Sunday Craft Materials • Green construction paper • […]

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“Book Of Crosses” Easter Craft

Our children hear a lot about the cross Christ  carried on the way to His death and about His resurrection three days later, but may not always understand its significance. This Easter craft uses the symbolism of colors to help clarify the meaning of the cross and help them understand the sacrifice Jesus made for […]

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“Parable of the Sower Flower Pots with Seeds” Spring Craft

In today’s spring craft, we have a wonderful flower pot activity that beautifully and easily teaches the Parable of the Sower, Matthew 13:1‐8, 18‐23. Parable of the Sower Flower Pots with Seeds Materials: Styrofoam cups, 2 for each child Index cards, 1 for every 2 children Hole punch Aluminum foil Scissors Stapler Thin ribbon, pretty […]

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Hand Print Rainbow: St. Patrick’s Day Craft

The rainbow is another symbol of St. Patrick’s Day, and it is also a great symbol in the Christian faith. Noah saw a rainbow after God made his covenant near the beginning of Genesis. There is a rainbow around the throne of God in the Revelation. On St. Patrick’s Day, the rainbow is often accompanied […]

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