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Jesus crafts

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Jesus Loves Me to Pieces (FREE Printable)

This Jesus Loves Me to Pieces printable and project is a great way to teach the love of Jesus to kids preschool and up! Grab the FREE printable!

Here's a super easy baby Jesus in manger craft that can be done by preschool kids and older. It is the perfect Sunday School Christmas craft for kids.

Here's a super easy baby Jesus in manger craft that can be done by preschool kids an older. It is the perfect Sunday School Christmas craft for kids.

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easy jesus fish craft for kids                                                                                                                                                      More

We are continuing our Bible Alphabet craft series, and this week with my preschoolers, we learned about being fishers of men, and made a Jesus Fish craft for the letter Ff. Supplies Needed: Pipe Cleaners

Simple Cross Craft - all you need is glue, popsicle sticks, and decorations! LOVE THIS!

This project was inspired by the PreK-4 class that is down the hall from my classroom. I love how simple it is for little ones and I especially love that it celebrates the cross and what Easter is all about! You will need – Jumbo craft sticks Regular-sized craft sticks Assorted craft supplies like sequins, […]

Social Media Plan -   Gather a brown paper bag, a slotted clothespin, a permanent marker, gauze, white or brown shredded paper, scissors, stapler, and a f...

Gather a brown paper bag, a slotted clothespin, a permanent marker, gauze, white or brown shredded paper, scissors, stapler, and a foam star glitter sticker (gold or yellow is ideal). Draw a window shape onto your paper bag. Cut the window shape out. I used scissors, but you could also use an X-Acto knife. Write “Jesus is born!” at the bottom of the bag. Sit the bag up and open it. You should see windows on all sides! Now we’re going to make baby Jesus. Draw a face and hair on the round part…