I recently came to a decision that I was going to share more of my Christian based resources, ideas, and activities for kids. This is partially because as Squeaker gets older, I can start to do more with her. I’m also a part of my church’s Christian Education committee and brainstorming with the committee chairwoman on how to make the transition from Cradle Roll (infants) to Sunday School. That got me thinking- hey, why not try to develop a Bible study curriculum that can be used for both my toddler and my autistic daughter. So, that’s mostly what you’ll find on this page- Bible printable packs for kids. These can be used for toddlers, preschoolers, children with special needs, and in Sunday School. Or at least that’s my hope 🙂
In fact, I am in the process of working on a more comprehensive curriculum or two. We’ll see how the first one goes and then go from there!
Unless otherwise noted, these printable packs are primarily based on the KJV translation of the Bible. As time permits, I will be happy to make additional versions.
Bible and Christian Printable Packs for Preschoolers and Toddlers
So far, I only have a few packs made but I have a lengthy list that I’d like to cover.
That will also tie into the Bible study curriculum which will include things like crafts, recipes, and activities to reinforce the Bible topic, concept, or verse. And while it may not hold true for all autistic children, I find that with my autistic daughter; activities, books, movies, crafts, toys, and printable packs that are also aimed towards toddlers, preschoolers, and beginning readers tend to capture and hold her interest.
Unless otherwise stated, Bible verses used are from the KJV translation. This has to do with copyright issues as I’d rather not get into legal trouble. As time allows, I will also include ESV and possibly others. It will all depend on the permission that I’m able to obtain.
|Principles of Faith|
|The Apostle’s Creed||The Lord’s Prayer|
|Adam and Eve Mini Pack||Adam and Eve Coloring Pack|
|The Creation Story||Noah’s Ark|
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