Printable Easter Finger Puzzle with Bible Verses

By Anna Lowell

Mar 13

Looking for a simple yet super-fun craft for Easter? You just found it – the Easter finger puzzle!

Looking for a simple yet super-fun craft for Easter? This adorable Easter Finger Puzzle is perfect to make at home with your own kids or in a classroom.

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.)

These finger puzzles feature words to spell on the outside, numbered pictures on the next layer, Bible-related questions about Easter to answer, and Bible verses about Jesus’ resurrection on the inside. The puzzles are available in KJV, NIV, and ESV Bible versions.

The outside squares feature Easter words or phrases to spell while opening and closing the finger puzzle in different directions.

The second layer of triangles features adorable pictures and numbers to choose from. Children can then open and close the finger puzzle in different directions counting up to the number chosen.

Finally, children can choose a number from 1 to 4, open the flap, and answer the corresponding question or read the verse. The questions and verses are all about Jesus’ death and resurrection – reminding kids of the true meaning of Easter.

To play, have your child insert their thumb and index finger from each hand into the flaps in the back. Open and close the finger puzzle in different directions as you spell one of the words from the outer layer. Then, pick a picture from the inside. Open and close the finger puzzle the number of times indicated on the picture you chose. Choose one more image. Open that flap and choose a number from one to four. Read the verse or question from the chosen number.

I would love to hear how you use these finger puzzles. Please scroll down to comment.

Have a blessed Easter!

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