How to Make a Daniel in the Lion's Den Craft

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Use a craft to help children remember the story of Daniel in the lion's den.
Use a craft to help children remember the story of Daniel in the lion's den. (Image: Photos.com/Photos.com/Getty Images)

Daniel in the lion's den is a frequent Bible story used in preschool Sunday School classes. Give preschoolers a hands-on project to help them remember how God protected Daniel from the lions. As the preschoolers work on this craft, remind them that God will protect them, just like He protected Daniel.

Things You'll Need

  • White construction paper (one for each child)
  • Pre-cut face of a lion (one for each child)
  • Glue sticks (one for each child)
  • Yellow and orange yarn cut into 1-inch pieces

Find a clipart picture of a lion face. Make one copy of the lion face for each child. Cut out the lion face. Give each child a piece of white paper and pre-cut lion face.

Give each child a glue stick. Let the children glue the lion's face onto the white paper.

Pre-cut pieces of yellow and orange yarn before class. Give the children the yellow and orange pieces of yarn. Let the children glue the yarn around the lion's face to look like the lion's mane.

Tips & Warnings

  • You can use the template provided, or find your own template.
  • Older children can cut the lion out on their own.
  • Be careful with scissors around small children.

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