I always find it difficult to find ways to help both my own kids and my Sunday School students celebrate Father’s Day. It seems like there are tons of great ideas for Mother’s Day, but not as much for Father’s Day.
So this year I got to work and designed this printable Father’s Day Card.
This beautiful Mother’s Day paper flower craft is the perfect project for kids at home or in a classroom.
These are easiest to assemble with tape or hot glue. If using hot glue, make sure that the kids are supervised and that an adult does the hot gluing.
Whether you are a teacher and need a fast and easy gift for students to give to their moms or you are a mom and want to treat yourself, these charming Printable Bookmarks for Moms are exactly what you need!
Featuring adorable birds and flowers and four verses specifically selected for moms, these printable bookmarks are perfect for Mother’s Day or any day of the year.
Looking for super-cute Mother’s Day Cards, perfect for very young kids to make?
If so, these adorable cards are the perfect solution!
Here’s a super-simple printable Mother’s Day gift box card that requires only two sheets of paper and some tape, yet will bring a smile to the face of every mother who receives it.
These adorable little box cards can be made in Sunday School or at home as a special gift for a mother or grandmother.
Would you like an Easter activity that will point your kids back to the true meaning of Easter? How about a fun Easter notebook activity for your Sunday School class? Do you need an activity to keep kids quietly occupied while your church enjoys an Easter breakfast?
If you answered “Yes!” to any of these, you will want to download the My Easter Notebook printables.
Looking for a simple yet super-fun craft for Easter? You just found it – the Easter finger puzzle!
These adorable Easter Finger Puzzles are perfect to make with your own kids at home or in a classroom. They would also be great to hand out to kids at a church sunrise breakfast on Easter morning or slipped into an Easter basket to remind your kids of the true meaning of Easter. These printables can be printed in full color or black and white (allowing kids to color their own.)
Sunday School + Craft Time + 3rd and 4rth Grade Boys can be… difficult.
My 3rd and 4rth grade girls (and one or two boys) love to make crafts in Sunday School. But, many of the boys immediately rebel at the mere thought of craft time.
I wanted to come up with a craft idea that would be appealing to the boys (and the girls!) while helping to reinforce the verse we have been memorizing. Then, I saw these Paper Plate Marble Mazes from Buggy and Buddy – and knew that I could adapt them to a Sunday School craft that ALL of my kids would love!