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The Children's Corner

In the course of searching the Internet for resources for the PresbyKirk Library I have located some material for sharing the faith with children. This material includes Bible stories (text and audio) as well as colouring pages, quiz material, word searches and cross word puzzles, etc. related to the Bible stories. Some of this material may be useful to parents or to teachers in children's programs who are looking for supplementary material. I will add to these links as I encounter more material of this sort. Unfortunately, several of the sites that we had featured are no longer available. However, if you have some favourite sites that you are willing to share, please let us know.(R.J.B.)


Bible Activities A collection of Bible lessons, colouring pages, crafts, games, bulletin board ideas and printable activities.

Bible Word Games This site offers an extensive variety of word based activities including games, word searches, cryptograms, crosswords, and Bible trivia quizzes. It is useful for those looking for some supplementary material for use in children's programs.

Crafts and Resources for Bible Stories Crafts and ideas for over a hundred Bible stories.

Crafts for Kids General craft ideas for kids.

Danielle's Place of Crafts and Activities This site is devoted to the concept of teaching children through crafts and activities. Most of the activities are Bible-based and have a Sunday School or Vacation Bible School focus.

Some General (Non Religious) Family Oriented Sites
Art and craft ideas for kids Thank you Angela for finding this neat site.

Art Projects for Children An interesting collection of web pages introducing a variety of art projects for children.
Family Education Information for parents and activities for children.
PBS Kids Music, games and colouring for young children.
Nick, Jr. Online games and activities for young children.

Some Seasonal Resources
The Nativity Story A colourful, illustrated story of the birth of Jesus suitable for those 6-11 years old.

Photo credits this page: All unidentified images are believed to be in the public domain.

The PresbyKirk Library is the creation of Robert J. Bernhardt.