Preschool Bible Crafts & Activities on Forgiveness
Preschool bible crafts and activities on forgiveness are a great way to teach kids important lessons in fun and engaging ways. Find out about preschool bible crafts and activities on forgiveness with help from a longtime crafts expert in this free video clip.
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Hi my name is DeAnna Van De Brake, and today we're going to learn how to do bible crafts for preschoolers on forgiveness. First what you want to do is get a blank piece of paper. And then you want to color the paper many different colors. Any shape, just very, very colorful. And when you do that you can talk about when God made us we were very colorful and made the world perfect and wonderful and then as you know Adam sinned and brought sin into the world. And then after you color it bright and beautiful and colorful you're going to do a shade over all the bright colors for black. And to demonstrate the lesson of forgiveness you want to get a sharp stick, either a pencil or a penny and what you want to do is you can make some designs by scratching off the black. And then it shows the color underneath. And that's what Jesus does for us when he forgives us. he looks at us and he sees us clean. But as long as we're trapped in a body we still have sin that we have to work on every day. And every day when we accept Jesus in our heart he scratches away the black stuff and reveals the true colors on the inside. Another craft you could do is to make a star and then talk about how sin entered the world and how we need and it darkens us. And you can color the Popsicle sticks black. And color it black all the different sides of the Popsicle stick. And then you can talk about how the blood of Jesus covers our sins and forgives us and makes us white as snow. And then we can do the white part that covers over our black part. Jesus makes us right. And then what's even cool about that is that He gives us the Holly spirit. And we get to, as He says, shine like the stars of the universe. And a great way to do glitter is dump it into a bowl or a very large Tupperware container and just have them sprinkle it on there. Just like this, instead of shaking it, it gets it all over the place more so. And then you can open up, when they're all done decorating their glitter you can pour your glitter into a folded piece of paper like this and then you don't lose any of it and you don't have to waste it. And then you have it again for next time. And those are the crafts on forgiveness. For more ideas check out Thrifty Parents Guides for Arts and Crafts and have a great time. Thank you.