This Sunday school lesson on Ananias and Sapphria uses index cards and white crayons for fun coloring page Sunday school activities. This lesson was a BIG HIT with my 6-8 year olds, as they learned while finding the hidden message. Give these Sunday school activities a try with your class!
Sunday School Activities for the Lesson of “Ananias & Sapphria”
Tell the story of Ananias and Sapphria from Acts 5: 1-11. You can tell this story using a children’s bible or just tell it in such a way that this age group can understand it.
On a 3 ½ by 5 index card, have the children use a white crayon to draw a heart and write their name in the heart. Take the cards and mix them up. Ask the children if they can figure out whose card is whose. Then explain that God can see things we can not see the hearts and names just like He can see things we can not in others.
Give the children one of the index cards and markers. Have them color the index cards with markers. The crayon will show up. As they reveal the hearts, remind them that God sees what we can’t see.
Show the children fruits, vegetables and flowers. Talk about why fruits and vegetables are good. Then talk about why flowers are good. Let the children eat the fruits and vegetables if they would like.
Plant flower seeds with the children
Need: Small flower pots
Help the children plant a flower seed. As you do talk to them about how our actions are like seeds. If we do good things, then more good things will happen, but if we do bad things then more bad things will happen.
Just like if we plant good fruits, flowers and vegetable seeds that is exactly what we will get and if you plant weeds, then you will get weeds.
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