New and Updated Bible Crafts:
God Keep His Promises Bible Craft
Jesus Feeds 5000 Bible Craft
God Gives Me Strength Craft


Jesus Calms the Storm Bible Craft
Baby Jesus in the Manger Craft
Creation Activity Sheet

Stay tuned for more helpful resources!

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Valentine’s Day Printables

Valentine’s day is coming!

It’s a fantastic time to share God’s love with your kiddos,
and I’ve just compiled all of our resources in an easy to find post!

Here is a link to a video of our Jesus Loves Me Lapbook
Most of the resources we used are found on our websites below.

Valentines Day Printables on Christian Preschool Printables

(these resources are geared toward K-5)

Valentine’s Day Resources on Bible Story Printables

Valentine’s Day File Folder Games

I also found these adorable “Jesus Loves You” conversation hearts at Oriental Trading!
If you’re looking for an easy to do craft,
these would be a great way to add a little flair to your Valentine’s Day projects!
They come with peel and stick backing which makes them even easier.

Valentine’s Day Preschool Bible Lesson on Preschool Post

valentines day teacher gifts

Valentine’s Day Teacher Printables on Little Blots of Faith

Valentine’s Day Freebies from Around the Web:

Carisa has an adorable Love Theme Tot Pack

Jolanthe has a huge printable Preschool pack for Valentine’s Day
Jamerrill has posted lost of links to some fantastic Valentine’s Day Freebies this year too.

Happy Planning!

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Fourth of July Bible Printables

Next week is Independence Day!

I can’t believe it is here again already.
It seems like it catches me by surprise every year.

Here are some printable resources you can use with your kiddos next week:
Or maybe Pin for next year :)

Preschool Bible Printables on Christian Preschool Printables

God Bless America Coloring Sheet
USA Flag with Bible Verse
God Bless America Star Craft
God Bless America Wreath

K-5 Bible Printables on

God Bless America Coloring Page
American Flag Bible Verse Copywork
Patriotic Prayer Journal
God Bless the USA Bible Bookmarks

From Teacher Gifts on Little Blots of Faith
(You can get some fun goodies from the Dollar Tree and wrap them with these custom labels)

God Bless America Lollipop Sleeves
God Bless America Pencil Flags

Fourth of July Lapbook Printables on Lapbook Lessons

Independence Day Cover Sheet
Fourth of July Minibook
Firework Colors Flapbook
Fourth of July Vocabulary
Bible Verse Copywork
Freedom Shapebooks
Fourth of July Flagbook
Fourth of July Coloring Page
and more….

fourth of july bible printables

Fourth of July File Folder Game on File Folder Fun

fourth of july bible crafts

Fourth of July Crafts & Activities on The Crafty Classroom

American Flag Craft
Bald Eagle Balloon
Mayflower Craft
Mt. Rushmore Craft
Religious Freedom
Statue of Liberty
Symbolic Flag Craft
Tricorn Hat Craft

Some resources from around the web:

fourth of july calendar cards
Fourth of July Calendar Connections on 1+1+1=1

fourth of july hat craft

Patriotic Hat Craft on No Ordinary Moments

Hope that helps get you started!

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Behind the Scenes Busy…

Just so you don’t think I’ve completely fallen off the face of the Earth,
I thought I’d share with you what I’ve been up to!

I’ve been working like crazy
(read: KER-A-ZIE)
on a new look for Preschool Post.

preschool post

Preschool Post is a website that I work on with Lynn Felts (of GroovyStorytimes).
We post fun Preschool Bible Lessons that incorporate some beloved children’s books
with fun thematic units. You can read more about why we started the site here.

Anyway Come take a peek….

hungry caterpillar bible lesson
You can find a lesson by book

elmer lesson
You can find a lesson by Bible theme (sidebar)

preschool bible lessons
You can find a lesson by suggested month

You can even find resources by type:

File Folder Games
Bible ABC Coloring Pages
to name a few….

We’ve also added something completly NEW! ABC Visuals: These are great for morning circle time, we’ve got a set up for each lesson available…..with plans on adding additional letters as we wrap up the final lessons.

What fun! We’re really working hard at getting the entire set up!
You can subscribe if you want notification when new lessons are posted.

And that’s not all!

I’ve been busy creating more Bible Printables for Seeds Family Worship Music!

Did you see that we’re over halfway through Seeds of Purpose!

(btw-I post these biweekly on Totally Tots in case you want to follow along)

I’ve also been updating our Bible Verse Printables on Christian Preschool Printables.

I thought these needed a new look, some more activities, and some introductory Bible Vocabulary.
These are worth checking out if you have little ones who want to learn short bible verses too!

And Homeschool Mom Brag Moment:
We are done testing!!! And we passed! Yippy!


And yes…In case you’re wondering I do post these updates on Facebook…when I remember!

Hope to be back soon with some fantastic reviews,
we’ve been trying out some great products that I can’t wait to share!

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Moses Bible Printables

This week we’re studying the life of Moses.

Using The Mystery of History as our guide, and reading directly from our family bible, we have spent our afternoons immersed in the life of this interesting, and very human man named Moses.

My children (and I) have been enraptured by the way God revealed himself to Moses, and the amazing miracles that were witnessed by so many. It is the ultimate adventure story.

I whipped up a few notebooking pages to go alongside our studies, and I’ve added them to our History Visuals pages.

Click Here for our Life of Moses History Printables

These are listed as the newest additions to our History Printables.

I’ve also made a few NEW file folder games that would go perfectly alongiside a Moses unit study.

Click Here for our Preschool Moses Printables
Click Here for our K-5 Moses Printables

And for your little tots, here is a simple bible verse and new vocabulary word to introduce.

Click here for our John 14:15 Bible Verse Printables

It’s my hope that you’ll be able to put these resources to good use in your home too!

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Bible Printables: Abraham

abraham bible printables

This post has been a long time coming.

You might already know that we’re using
The Mystery of History this year,
(you might be annoyed of all my posts about the program),
but the program is amazing and has quickly become the CORE
of our homeschool days.

It’s that good.

I quickly found myself scheduling art projects, crafts, and even reading and writing assignments to surround the weekly themes that are outlined in the curriculum.

(Here’s more on that)

With the MOH program you spend one lesson on Abraham,
but we soon found that we were enthralled by his story and decided
to turn it into a month long lesson.
(Wow. The joy of homeschooling!!)

First we learned about the lineage of Christ, as mentioned in Matthew. There is also a lineage in Luke, but this one started at Abraham, and since we learned about the promise that many would be blessed through Abraham we chose the one in Matthew.

There is also a book with a CD called The Ballad of Matthew’s Begats.We listen to it all the time and just learning it helps us keep track of Who’s who! This also goes from Abraham to Jesus.

We also learned that God’s promise was to be fullfilled through his son Isaac and not his son Ishmael. So I made this visual to help explain the lineage and for my children to copy the specific promise from the bible.

We also learned about Lot, and Sodom and Gomorrah. So I made this visual to show the children what “raining sulfur” might look like.

abraham bible crafts

After reading about Abraham, we watched this great video that takes children from the first calling of Abram, to the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah. I have quite a few of the videos in this series, they have been wonderful teaching tools over the years. If you have Netflix you can order them too.

To wrap up our study I made this Bible File Folder Game called, “God’s friend Abraham.”
Included are four sheets of questions you can use to help children review facts about Abraham and the people around him. This is a great way to quiz children on what they remember from the lessons as well.

We had a fantastic time learning about Abraham, and I ended up creating a TON more printables, crafts, and worksheets for our sister sites.

You can find the Preschool resources here on

And the K-5 resources here on

I hope you find these helpful for your own bible studies!

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