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Sunday School craft - The Loaves and the Fishes, basket made from a paper plate and the loaves and fishes open out to make more!

Fish & Loaves Game 1 Picnic Basket or Small Plastic Bowl 7 Clothespins Fish & Loaves Printable Game Pieces Laminator Print the Fish and Loaves out and cut them out. Laminate them so they are sturdy. Take clothespins & pin one on each game piece to add some weight to the piece. Have the kids line up & toss the fish & loaves into the basket. Make a line on the floor using white tape for a line. The one w/the most fish & loaves in the basket wins. I would make them answer questions, too.

Fish and Loaves Game

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Bible Story: Jesus Feeds Five Thousand. I try not to use color sheets, but I loved this quick one and used oyster crackers for the five loaves and goldfish for the fish. This was a good counting lesson for the kids.

Ten Reasons to Memorize Big Chunks of the Bible

Ten Reasons to Memorize Big Chunks of the Bible

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Nativity Backdrop Trifold

This Bible Box is nothing short of awesomeness! Great visual aid for leading your kids through Bible stories. Lots of creative, inexpensive ideas to build off of.

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From Rising to Rising…

Jesus Ascending to Heaven bible Craft. Another pinner said, "this was an incredibly effective craft! My 2 to 5 year olds practically danced around the room, retelling the story, and every child could successfully retell his or her parent the lesson!"

Easter craft with tomb. So cute! I would probably glue some cloth in the tomb instead of the gone to town sign and change the words to say He is risen. :)

He is Risen Paper Plate Tomb Craft. I had my preschool Sunday School class make something similar--and a regular paper plate cut in half and then stapled worked fine (and it's cheaper!). I just had the children color the outside with crayons. And instead of crumpled paper for a stone, I cut out arches just a little bigger than the hole from additional plates and attached them with a brad.

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