20 Hands On Bible Lessons for Kids
I am all about hands on learning for children, especially when it comes to teaching the stories in the Bible. I believe that Bible Lessons should be fun, practical, and accessible for children to explore. This type of hands on education will imprint these amazing stories into their hearts forever.
I am going to share with you several hands on crafted Bible Lesson activities in this roundup. Not all of the activities are Montessori inspired, however, with a bit of creativity each activity could become an awesome Montessori Bible Lesson. Enjoy!
Below is a photo of our Christian Montessori Inspired Shelves from Mama’s Happy Hive. Please visit, Christian Montessori Shelves, to learn more about how we use these shelves every morning for our tot friendly worship sessions.
I am going to list several Bible Lesson stories in this roundup. The blog source will be listed above each photo. Click on the photo to visit the blog and learn more about how to incorporate these Bible stories into your worship time.
Mama’s Happy Hive
“Jesus and the Samaritan Woman“
To the Moon and Back
The Pinay Homeschooler
The Natural Homeschool
“Noah’s Ark and a Pretty Rainbow“
“Creation Days: Moon & Sun, Flowers”
I Can Teach My Child
“Creation: Godly Play”For more amazing Bible stories using Godly Play, visit Deb’s Living Montessori Now blog at
“Creative Godly Play at Home – Old Testament.”
Adventures in Mommydom
“Joseph’s Coat of Many Colors”
“Handz on Mom
A Moment in Our World
“David and Goliath”“Daniel and the Lions Den”
Heather did an amazing roundup of Bible printables on the Golden Reflections Blog.
Visit – 10 Ways to Combine Bible and Handwriting Practice
True Aim Education
Erin | It All Matters Mom says
I love these! I haven’t been good about doing Bible lessons recently with my almost 3 year old. There is always so much to do! These look like they’d be really fun. We’ve done the coat of many colors one, but I’ll have to try the others. My daughter loves hands-on activities, and I love having her learn more about scripture.
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Christian Montessori Network says
Thanks for stopping by Erin! 🙂
Love these ideas. I’m not religious myself, but I find these ideas a great way to teach children about the world around them as well as relationships between people. Fantastic round-up.
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