Additional
Resources

In this section, you will find a variety of crafts, supplemental material, and activities. Our monthly study guides can be located here as well. Various crafts and activities are designed for preschoolers through middle schoolers and may require assistance from the parent.

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10 Commandments Puzzles

Use our 10 Commandments puzzle templates to engage children of all ages in learning about God’s important laws. 

The 10 Plagues of Egypt

Enjoy this illustrated chart and fill in details about the devastating plagues that struck Egypt before the Israelites’ deliverance from slavery. Makes a great Passover or Feast of Unleavened Bread activity for your children.

A to Z Bible Coloring Pages

A is for Armor of God. B is for Bible. C is for Creation. Enjoy our coloring pages featuring biblical concepts or people in the Bible for each letter of the alphabet. 

By Invitation Only

Print this file on card stock to create your own festival card designed to look like a special invitation from God the Father to become a part of His Kingdom. Makes a great Feast of Tabernacles activity for your children. 

Clean and Unclean Meats Spin-Away

Which birds, sea creatures, land animals, and insects are clean to eat and which are unclean? Download our instructions to create your own fun spin-away game and test your knowledge!

Clean and Unclean Meats Wheel

Learn about the food laws of Leviticus 11 and Deuteronomy 14 with this fun game that you and your children are sure to enjoy decorating and playing together. Make as many as you can imagine!

Components of a Kingdom

A kingdom needs: a ruler, a territory, laws, and citizens. Use this fill-in chart to discuss these concepts and reflect on their significance with your children. Makes a great accompaniment to our “Feast of Tabernacles” lesson. 

Copy and Clip Memory Stick Cards

Here’s a great craft idea to help your children memorize sequential information such as the 10 Commandments, the seven annual festivals, or the fruit of the Spirit. 

Copy and Clip Number Sequence Patterns

Use our number templates (1-12) to create your own Bible games or crafts involving counting: list the 10 Commandments, memorize the 12 apostles, study the three days and three nights concept, and the list goes on!

Copy and Clip Wraparound Templates

Create this engaging activity using yarn and some basic office supplies, and test your memory skills of Bible knowledge. You and your children will enjoy matching the 10 Commandments, the armor of God, and the 10 plagues of Egypt. 

Counting 50: When is Pentecost?

Use this colorful chart to count the 50 days from the wave sheaf offering (which historically took place during the Feast of Unleavened Bread) to the Pentecost festival. Updated annually. Makes a great accompaniment to our “Feast of Pentecost” lesson. 

Creation Pull and Find Board

Learn about the days of creation using our fun pull and find board. Your children are sure to enjoy helping you assemble this craft. And it’s also great for travel!

Days of Creation Mobile

Engage your creative side and help your child make this creation week themed mobile that you can hang anywhere in the house. Use your art to spark interesting discussions about God’s amazing creation.

Feast Travel Journal

Where will your Feast travels take you? Have your children record their thoughts and memories in their own Feast Travel Journal! Included in the download are options for either single-sided printing for a flip book or double-sided printing for a booklet style. (When printing booklet style, change your printer settings to double-sided and set it to flip on the "short edge.")

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Feast Travel Pack

As you travel to the Feast of Tabernacles, enjoy this pack full of Feast-themed activity pages that will help keep your children occupied on the road or in-flight. Activities range in difficulty levels for multiple ages and include: jigsaw puzzles, coloring pages, a card game, a scavenger hunt, mazes, a crossword puzzle, a word scramble, a cryptogram, and a word search.

God’s Festivals Pocket Sorter

Using some basic office and teaching supplies, assemble this fun activity that you can play with your children. This is a great project to review your knowledge of all of God’s festivals. 

Heroes of Faith

Who inspires you from the “faith chapter,” Hebrews 11? Create this chart and add additional names of people from the Bible or faithful individuals you have known personally. Makes a great accompaniment to our “Feast of Trumpets” lesson.

Holy Day Card Game

Print these festival flash cards on card stock to create multiple game possibilities. Play “Concentration,” matching games, sequencing games, and the list goes on. See our “Spring Festival Season Overview” lesson or our “Fall Festival Season Overview” lesson for more ideas. 

Kingdom Parables Seek and Find

In this biblical twist of an “I spy” bottle, 10 objects represent the 10 “the kingdom of heaven is like” parables. Enjoy helping your children “seek” the Kingdom by finding each of these objects, then discussing the meaning of the parables. Makes a great travel game!

Preach the Gospel Bingo!

Assemble the kids and enjoy playing this fun version of the classic game of Bingo, inspired by the commission given to the Church in Matthew 28.

Sabbath Countdown Flip Chart

This wonderfully creative craft activity will help you and your family anticipate God’s gift of the Sabbath each week. Download our instructions to assemble it using poster board, paper clips and split rings (or book rings). 

Three Resurrections

Use this fill-in chart to study and discuss the resurrections recorded in Scripture. Makes a great accompaniment to our “Last Great Day” lesson. 

Monthly Study Guide: Where Do I Start?

Unsure about where to begin in using our many resources? Start here for an overview of our manual, its purpose in assisting you as a Christian parent or mentor, suggestions for how to use it most effectively, and more! This four-week study guide draws from prologue material and lessons in the Christian Family, Shepherding the HeartMemorizing Scriptureand Additional Resources sections of the parenting manual.

Monthly Study Guide: Bible Literacy

Increase your family’s understanding and retention of Scripture and cultivate a love of God’s Word with this focused study. Ideas to present this concept to age ranges from preschoolers through teenagers are included. The four-week study course draws from material in the Christian Family, Word of God, People of the Bible, Memorizing Scriptureand Additional Resources sections of the parenting manual.

Monthly Study Guide: Courage

Living God’s way of life requires a daily exercise of courage and faith. Download and go through this study guide to build more courage in your family over the next month. This four-week study course draws from lessons in the Shepherding the Heart, People of the Bible, Memorizing Scriptureand Additional Resources sections of the parenting manual.

Monthly Study Guide: Kindness in Action

Would you like words and actions in your household to teem with the beautiful, tender quality of kindness? Delve into this study guide and begin implementing strategies to see success. This monthly study guide draws on materials from the Shepherding the Heart, People of the Bibleand Memorizing Scripture sections of the parenting manual.

Monthly Study Guide: Obedience

Would you like to see improved obedience and trust levels within your family? Ideas to encourage obedience for ages ranging from preschoolers to teenagers are included. The four-week study guide draws from material in the Shepherding the Heart, People of the Bible, Memorizing Scriptureand Additional Resources sections of the parenting manual.

Monthly Study Guide: Young Bible Heroes

“You mean he was my age when he did that?” “She had the courage to say that at my age?” The extraordinary acts of faith of children and teens are recorded in the Bible for us to learn from and enjoy. This study guide draws from material in the Christian Family, People of the Bibleand Memorizing Scripture sections of the EEI parenting manual.

Poem: The Final Four

Enjoy this poem written with the final four annual festivals in mind. Makes a great accompaniment to our “Fall Festival Season Overview” lesson.

Poem: The Ten Lepers

Enjoy this poem based on the account of Luke 17 and the 10 men healed of leprosy. Makes a great accompaniment to our “Gratitude” lesson.