Thanksgiving Sunday School Crafts

This is the best time of year. Everyone is talking about gratitude and how to show thankfulness to God. We hope you have enjoyed our Thanksgiving Sunday School lessons – now it’s time to add the right Thanksgiving Sunday School craft to complete your teaching plan.

Sunday School Crafts for Thanksgiving

3 Kids Craft Ideas for Thanksgiving

Kids will love these simple construction paper based crafts in Sunday School or Kids Church. Download the printable instructions and then watch how-to craft directions below. You’ll be ready to help kids learn about thankfulness with simple hands on projects. Crafts for Teaching Thankfulness to Kids

“Grateful Pilgrims” Thankful Craft & Bulletin Board Idea for Kids

If you need a Thanksgiving craft for your classroom or bulletin board, here is one my kids have loved these this week.  Use the banner could be colored & placed above the pilgrims. This could be used in almost any setting, public or christian school.

“I Am Thankful” Thanksgiving Craft for Sunday School

This is a very adaptable craft. My first thought was to use this as a booklet. I want to use this with my Preschool/Kindergarten Sunday School class to make a I Am Thankful For Book for them to create for their family. Before class, I will print out several copies of the template and have […]

Autumn Crafts for Sunday School – Fall Themed Ideas

Download these craft directions below to help you prepare some fun Autumn themed activities for your Sunday School class. Then watch the demonstration video to make sure your are ready to share these Fall crafts for Sunday School kids. Fall Crafts for Kids Sunday School Autumn themed activities for children The leaves are changing, the […]

Why Do Crafts Matter in Sunday School?

Adding hands-on activities help children learn, especially when you consider the various learning styles present in every church classroom. Sunday School crafts allow time for reflection and dialogue about the Bible lesson. It’s the perfect change for kids to really connect what they learned with their real lives.

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