A couple of weeks ago I shared a printable Jonah and the Whale coloring page and today I am finally getting around to sharing some more Jonah and the Whale Activities for Kids.
I tried to make a couple of different activities to help your little ones learn the story of Jonah from the Bible and also practice some skills at the same time.
UPDATE: A kind reader pointed out to me recently that the verse I have on the coloring page is actually Jonah 2:2. I have corrected it on the actual PDF so your coloring page that you download will have the correct reference but the pictures on this post will still show the incorrect reference.
My Jonah and the Whale coloring page is in this packet of printables too. Children can draw in some details like sea creatures and seaweed and then color in the rest of the picture.
Some of the activities are geared more toward preschoolers, like the pre-writing tracing practice, counting practice, and the letter tracing practice.
Some of the other activities are more for older kids like the story sequencing page. I love to do these pages together as a class so we can review the order of the events in the story.
You just have them cut out the pictures from the one page then work together to put them into order on the other page. Once we have figured out the order together then they glue them down on the blank page.
Get the Jonah and the Whale Activities
This coloring page is free for your personal (non-commercial) use. You may use it in your home, classroom, or Sunday School classroom.
Get the free printable Jonah Activities here.
Make sure you do a print preview and check your printer settings before you print.
I hope that you and your children (or students) enjoy this coloring page. I hope you use it to help them learn the story of Jonah from the Bible. Please let me know if you have any questions as I’d love to help!
Want more Bible printables for kids? Check out my Printables Page.