A few weeks ago I shared my Creation Preschool Pack and today I’m back with my second one to share! This one picks up where the creation story ends and is all about the Adam and Eve story for kids.
Like I shared before, I have been so blessed by others sharing their activities on the internet that I wanted to share some things that I have come up with to use here at home and in my Sunday school class to supplement our curriculum.
Please feel free to use these Adam and Eve story for kids printables for your own personal (non-commercial) use.
So here’s what you’ll find in this pack:
Letter Tracing Practice Pages
These are great for working on fine motor skills and letter formation.
Snipping & Cutting Practice
My 4 year old loves cutting and snipping right now. If your child is just beginning to work on scissor skills start with just snipping activities.
This is a good fine motor practice particularly for those who have not quite worked their way up to letter tracing very well.
These might be the favorite activity of my son and the kids in my Sunday School. Simply cut out the strips and then have them put them in order to complete each word puzzle. This works best if you print them on cardstock or laminate them.
Letter Block Spelling Pages
I first started using alphabet block spelling as an arrival activity for my Sunday school kids to do last month. I love when an activity is more object oriented and less paper oriented so this is one of my favorites. If you don’t have blocks on hand I’ve included a sheet that you can print and cut out paper letters to use instead.
Memory Matching Game
This one works best if you print on cardstock or if you print on regular paper and then glue onto cardstock or construction paper so that you cannot see through the paper.
Depending on your child’s scissor skill level you can cut out the numbers or you can have them cut out the numbers and then glue them on to the squares.
Story Sequencing Activity
I love using these to review the stories. Again, depending on their scissor skill level you could have them cut out the pictures or you could do it and then help them put it all in order.
Letter Focus Pages
I picked a few letters to focus on in this story. In future preschool packs I’ll focus on other ones. To get the most out of these pages or many of the other pages you can slip them into page protectors and have your child practice with dry erase markers or crayons. We use the Crayola Washable Dry Erase Markers for kids.
Pattern Practice Pages
Cut out the pictures at the bottom of the second page and use them to complete patterns 1 to 6.
Download the Adam & Eve Pre-K Pack
You can download the entire pack by clicking here.
I hope that you enjoy these Adam and Eve story for kids activities along with your child or students.
More Bible Fun
Want more free Bible printables for preschoolers? Check out my Printables page!