A little over 2 years ago I made a Creation Preschool Pack and shared it with you all here. I have now updated the clipart and I’m sharing my updated Creation Story for Kids printable activities with you all today.
This pack of printable activities features 16 pages to help your child learn the Bible story of creation. Depending on your child’s age and abilities you may need to help them more or less with the activities.
Creation Story for Kids Activities
- Number Focus Page for Each Day
I like to read the verse for each day to my kids. I have them practice tracing the numbers and complete the simple activity at the bottom.
- Number Tracing Practice
I like to make this one more interesting by highlighting each number with a different color and having my child trace each one with its own color, what I call “rainbow tracing”.
- Story Sequencing
Kids can practice cutting, pasting, and review the order of the story all at the same time with this activity. Have children cut the pictures out a little bit smaller than the rectangles that you’re going to paste them on so that you can see the number for each day.
- Counting Practice
This is another cutting and pasting activity that allows little ones to practice counting.
- Pre-writing Tracing
These two pages allow for some great tracing practice. You can even laminate these and use a dry erase marker to practice them over and over again.
Get the Printable Activity Pack
You can get the Creation Printable Pack here.
Before printing please be sure to check your printer settings and do a print preview to be sure that your pages are going to print correctly. Depending on your printer settings you may need to adjust the page orientation or other settings for it to print correctly.
These printables are free for your personal (non-commercial) use. You may use them in your home or Sunday School class. My hope is that they would be a blessing to you and the children in your life.
Want more Creation activities? Check out these Printable Creation Coloring Pages.
If you are looking for more printable Bible activities for preschool and early elementary-aged kids then be sure to check out my Printables tab up on the navigation bar at the top of the page.