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Kid's Ministry & Sunday School Resources

Centurions Faith (Luke 7) | Make-1

 

This paper craft of the Centurions servant being healed used a little flip to expand the scene. It shows how the centurion doesn’t leave the room and yet conveys his faith through messengers to Jesus – pictured through the window outside. It’s a perfect craft for groups who love coloring or those with really really limited time. It’s also a lovely craft for younger groups to assemble as it goes together like a 2 piece jigsaw. Centurions Faith (Luke 7) | Make-1

 
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Aaron and the Manna (Exodus 16) | Make-2

 

While Manna is often the star of the show God also provided Quail for the people to eat meat. Quail are beautiful round bellied little birds who would have settled in their thousands to be caught and while many were roasted that first night others would have been kept for the days to come. This craft therefore has both manna on the ground and a quail strutting round. Aaron and the Manna (Exodus 16) | Make-2

 
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Aaron and the Manna (Exodus 16) | Make-1

 

Manna just appeared for Aaron and the Israelite’s, the sun came up not only dispelling the nights blackness but revealing a morning gift. This traditional magic window craft does a similar job of transforming the Israelite’s world with both Manna and Quail. It’s a simple craft to prep and suitable for a whole range of ages. Aaron and the Manna (Exodus 16) | Make-1

 
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Prodigal Son (Luke 15) | Make 2

 

This Prodigal son craft is a classic and simple enough for any age. The scene of the father running to meet his son is a beautiful reminder of God’s love for us. Prodigal Son (Luke 15) | Make 2

 
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Prodigal Son (Luke 15) | Make 1

 

This Prodigal son craft is a classic and simple enough for any age. The scene of the father running to meet his son is a beautiful reminder of God’s love for us. Prodigal Son (Luke 15) | Make 1

 
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Miriam’s song – the Red Sea (Exodus 15) | Make 2

 

The story of the parting of the red sea is so very visual it’s hard to resist the urge to curl paper and dive into creating a scene. This version has the depth that’s needed without the hundred strips of paper, so it shouldn’t flatten too easy on the trip home. Miriam heads up the crowd while Moses stands aloof, on a classic overhanging rock, watching the crowd move. While there is quite a bit of cutting it’s really simple to put together. Miriam’s song – the Red Sea (Exodus 15) | Make 2

 
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Miriam’s song – the Red Sea (Exodus 15) | Make 1

 

The Red Sea parted, the people passed through, then Miriam took her timbrel and lead the women in a dance and song of joy. Join in Miriam’s dance and music with this simple moving paper craft. Miriam’s song – the Red Sea (Exodus 15) | Make 1

 
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Palm Sunday (Luke 19) | Make 1

 

A simple split pin Palm Sunday craft won’t phase even the most nervous of teachers, grab a craft knife and prepare the slit in advance for an even smoother craft time. Watch Jesus as he leaves the edge of the village and the crowds greet him, travelling the stem of a palm leaf! Palm Sunday (Luke 19) | Make 1

 
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