Valentine’s Day Finger Puzzle

Are you looking for a fun Valentine’s Day craft that will remind your children or your Sunday school class of God’s love?

Are you looking for a Valentine’s craft that would be appealing to both boys and girls?

Do you need a simple project for home or class room use?

If so, this Valentine’s Day Finger Puzzle is exactly what you are looking for!

This Valentine's Day Finger Puzzle is a perfect way to remind your kids of God's love. This simple and fun activity is perfect for both boys and girls!

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Valentines Finger Puzzle

This Valentine’s Day Finger Puzzle is fun to make and a great way to remind your kids of God’s love. Plus, the illustrations make these finger puzzles appealing to both boys and girls.

This Valentine's Day Finger Puzzle is a perfect way to remind your kids of God's love. This simple and fun activity is perfect for both boys and girls!

This Valentine's Day Finger Puzzle is a perfect way to remind your kids of God's love. This simple and fun activity is perfect for both boys and girls!

This Valentine's Day Finger Puzzle is a perfect way to remind your kids of God's love. This simple and fun activity is perfect for both boys and girls!

In spite of my fiasco with my Sunday School class insisting that these finger puzzles were “Cootie Catchers” at Christmas, they had so much fun with these little origami creations that I decided to make a Valentine’s Day version as well. (Besides which, they are finally figuring out how to fold them! While some of my third and fourth graders are folding geniuses, others struggle with folding paper almost as much as I do!)

This Valentine's Day Finger Puzzle is a perfect way to remind your kids of God's love. This simple and fun activity is perfect for both boys and girls!

These finger puzzles feature words to spell on the outside, numbered pictures on the next layer, Bible-related questions about love to answer, and Bible verses about God’s love for us and true love for each other on the inside. The puzzles are available in KJV, NIV, and ESV Bible versions.

This Valentine's Day Finger Puzzle is a perfect way to remind your kids of God's love. This simple and fun activity is perfect for both boys and girls!

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.

This Valentine's Day Finger Puzzle is a perfect way to remind your kids of God's love. This simple and fun activity is perfect for both boys and girls!

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14 thoughts on “Valentine’s Day Finger Puzzle

  1. Hi
    Thanks you! These will be great to use as part of our lesson on God’s love for Easter for my church..

  2. This is wonderful! We are heading to Kenya for a VBS and eye clinic. This will be perfect for one of craft times with lots to color while learning about God’s love for all of us! Thank you for sharing this wonderful learning tool with us!

  3. Thank you so much for these! I teach 3rd through 6th grades in our Junior Church and the kids love finger puzzles! I will be giving these for Valentine’s Day! It is so great to be able to find Christian resources like this! God bless you for your work!

  4. I am a grandmother who has a 5, 3, and 1 year old, and expecting another in November. We are so excited!! The grandson is the 5 year old and the others are his sisters! Thank you for this ministry. I can’t wait to use your resources for this 3rd generation. May God continue to bless you as you bless others!

  5. Thank you so much for all the wonderful ideas you post. They have helped me tremendously with my Sunday School class. I teach K-2 and finding ideas suitable for these ages can be a challenge.