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Sunday School Crafts
Lesson 23 Craft. I precut brown material in a circle, and punched holes evenly around edge for the children to thread cord in & out to make Judas' bag. I also precut small pieces of aluminium foil and the children wrapped 30 mints each to put in their bag. They won't forget how many pieces of silver Judas received for betraying Jesus to the soldiers!
Lesson 17 The Kind Samaritan. The children traced their feet onto coloured card then drew a wide horizontal strip towards top and cut out the shape. Next, measured on their feet to cut slits top on left side and bottom on right side so that they slides into each other to form the shoe(s) that the father gave his younger son when he returned home. Also in photo is the ring and special coat the father also gave his son.
Lesson 17 The Kind Samaritan Take Home Treat representing the pigs the foolish younger got a job looking after. Pink mini and normal size marshmallow stuck together with icing sugar. I spread chocolate icing onto rice cakes to finish the scene. They turned out so cute!
Lesson 18 Raising Lazarus craft. I premade Lazarus' frame for each of my sunday school children with pink pipecleaner and the children filled in his face and clothes with more pipecleaner. Then they wound bandage around his whole body. Credit for idea from pinterest.
Lesson 18 Raising Lazarus. Tomb made from blue, brown & black card that I precut. The bottom of the tomb is folded up to form a channel that the stone rolls along. The children add black ink to the brown card to make it look stone like. The children wrapped linnen strips around the Lazarus cardboard cut out I provided. He can come out when Jesus called.
Lesson 9 Jesus Stills the Storm craft. The children enjoyed attaching the mini peg Jesus & disciples to the sides of the boat then attaching the boat to the card with a split pin then weaving strips of blue card as the 'waves' through the slits I'd pre cut into the blue card. See my(Jane Petite) other pin of this craft that shows the calm sea when Jesus had called out "Peace be Still"