Free Children Sunday School Lesson Helps

Greetings, teachers! Welcome to your one-stop Sunday School lesson guide and index.

Whether you are a professional or a volunteer children's worker, your time and efforts are invaluable. Our index of free Sunday School lessons and helps is here to make you the most of both for every Sunday, weekly meeting, or special event you hold.

With our Sunday School lesson guide, you’ll find it easy to locate just the right lesson and supplementary material you need. If you know what Bible story or passage you're looking for, simply browse the list on this page. If you're looking for a topic, enter it into the Search box for an immediate list of free children's Bible lessons to choose from. 

Multiple lessons on a single story or topic are ideal for teaching a series of lessons, or for choosing what you want to emphasize in each story.

And remember, these Sunday School lesson helps aren't just for Sunday School. Each lesson can be used in kids church, as a children's sermon, or as a family devotional as well.

We add new, free children's Sunday School and Bible lessons every week, so be sure to check back often. 

Our Sunday School Lesson Guide Covers the Entire Bible
Our free children's Sunday School lesson index is organized chronologically, and by Holidays to help you quickly locate exactly what you're looking for and to plan series of lessons if you wish. Our Sunday School lesson index has something from every part of the Bible and we continue to add to our listings to cover any passages not yet included.

Sunday School Lessons We Index are Based in Scripture
Our Sunday School lesson guide is respectful of different church traditions while maintaining a traditional view of Scripture and a historic understanding of the Christian faith. Our goal is to be faithful to Scripture and to provide children's workers with a safe place to resource quality, free children's Bible lessons.

All Sunday School Lessons Listed Are Free of Charge
As Jesus told His disciples, “Freely you have received; freely give.” You don't have to pay to use the Sunday School lessons we feature in our guide. We don’t believe people should be charged in their work of sharing the Gospel. 

We do publish our original children's Bible lessons in print and ebook formats if you would rather use them that way than online, but logging into the site from your mobile device or printing the lessons beforehand seems to work just as well for most people.

Part of your calling is teaching children. Let us help you fulfill that calling by providing what you need to find the best free children's Bible lessons.

If you have any ideas for how our Sunday School lesson guide could be improved, please leave me a message in the Comments section below. My desire is to make this the best resource for you that it can be.

I also invite you to submit your own free children's Bible lessons for inclusion on the site. We'll feature it with your name on it and it will be used to teach children God's truths all over the world. See our Submission Guidelines for more information.


Thank you, and may God's Spirit continue to be with your spirits every time you teach!
Rev. Steve Wilson



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Adam and Eve Online Sunday School Lessons



  • Why Did God Create the World? Sunday School Lesson  - Genesis 1 – In this Sunday School lesson, by site owner Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, your students will learn about why God created everything. It’s a great lesson for teaching your Sunday School students that God loves everything and everyone.
  • Creation Animated Video for Sunday School - Genesis 1 – This is a great video to augment your Sunday School lesson on Creation. 4 minutes long, this video Creation lesson is easily understood by youngsters, and still interesting enough for older kids. It was originally posted to Ministry to Children by Tony Kummer. 
  • In the Beginning Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 1 - Mimi Bullock uses various objects to get kids thinking about God creating "in the beginning".
  • Creation Day One Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 1 – Written by Felicia Mollohan, this Sunday School lesson on Creation will teach children aged 5-11 about the first day of Creation. In this Sunday School lesson, the children will learn about Creation, using a game and an art activity.
  • Coloring Sheets - God Made Day & Night
  • Let There Be Light Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 1 – First appearing on truthforchildren.net, this Sunday School lesson is about the first day of Creation, when God created Light. The lesson discusses what light does for us, and also how the command ‘Let there be light,’ represents the power of God. 
  • Creation Day Two Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 1 – Written by Felicia Mollohan, this is another Sunday School lesson about the Creation. This Sunday School lesson takes us through the second day of Creation, when God separated the water and the sky. Students aged 5-11 should be able to demonstrate a knowledge of the second day using hand motions, by the end of this lesson.
  • Water is God's Gift Creation Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 1 – In this Sunday School lesson from Ministry to Children, you can discuss how God gave us water. As water is God’s gift, we must respect it, share it, and preserve it. With fun activities and games, this Sunday School lesson is aimed toward children aged 3-12.
  • Creation Day Three Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 1 – Another of Felicia Mollohan’s great Sunday School lessons, this one about the third day of Creation is also targeted at children aged 5-11. Your students will learn about how God created the land and plants. There is a great visual demonstration as part of this Sunday School lesson.
  • Creation Day Four Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 1 – In this Sunday School lesson, your students will learn about the fourth day of Creation. Written for Ministry to Children by Felicia Mollohan, it’s a part of her series on Creation, for students aged 5-11.
  • Creation Days 1-4 Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 1 – Summing up the first four days of Creation, this is a Sunday School lesson that will cover what God created on each of the first four days. It was written by Terry Delaney, for Ministry to Children.
  • Creation Day Five Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 1 – Through activities, discussion, and artistic expression, you can help your students learn about the fifth day of Creation with this Sunday School lesson. This is the fifth lesson in the Creation series by Felicia Mollohan, featured on Ministry to Children.
  • Creation Days Six and Seven Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 1 – The next installment in the series on Creation by Felicia Mollohan, here is a Sunday School lesson for students aged 5 – 11. Covering the sixth and seventh days of creation, your students will really enjoy the practical (and tasty) activity at the end of this Sunday School lesson!
  • Made in God's Image Creation Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 1 – Written by Tony Kummer, this is a fast and fun Sunday School lesson. Students of this Sunday School lesson will learn about how God created us in His image, making it possible for us to create and make things, as well.
  • The Creation: Christ is the Image of God Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 1 – Taken from the Truth for Children site, this Sunday School lesson teaches that to know God, we must find Jesus.
  • Creation Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 1 – Written by Tony Kummer for the Ministry to Children site, this is the Ministry to Children Creation Sunday School lesson resource guide list. With links to different Sunday School lessons relating to the Creation, and different complementing activities, it’s a great resource for planning your Sunday School lesson on Creation.
  • Creation Review Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 1 – Reviewing everything that students will have learned in your studies on Creation, this Sunday School lesson from the Ministry to Children site uses some really fun activities to help you reinforce the messages in Genesis 1 and 2. If you’ve been teaching your students aged 5-11 about Creation using the great lessons by Felicia Mollohan, this is a great recap.
  • Created to be Like God Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 1 – Written by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, this Sunday School lesson about the Creation teaches your students about how we’ve been created by God, to be like God. With an art activity, we learn how God created us to look like Him, by demonstrating that we can draw people from memory as well.
  • Creation - on the Creation of Adam and Us! Sunday School Lesson - Psalm 139:13 – This is a great Sunday School lesson about how much God loves us, and how powerful He is. Written by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, this Sunday School lesson about Adam and Eve is designed to demonstrate how God created Adam with dirt, and that He created us too (without the dirt).
  • Male and Female Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 1 – This Sunday School lesson, written by site owner Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, is a good one to preface any discussions you might have on uniqueness. God created us, male and female, to be different, and to complement and help each other, being strong where the other is weak.
  • The Importance of Work Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 1 – Written by Tony Kummer for the Ministry to Children site, this Sunday School lesson is meant to teach children (on the labor day weekend) about how important work is. The message is that we honor God with our work.
  • Created as Stewards Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 1 - By site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, this Sunday School lesson is about how God made people the stewards of His entire Creation.
  • Caring for the Environment Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 1 – Nicole VanderMeulen prepared this Sunday School lesson for the Ministry to Children website. Targeted to students aged 3-12, this Sunday School lesson will take approximately 45-60 minutes, and helps children to understand that God created the earth and we need to take care of it.
  • The Very Good Beginning - Creation Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 1 – Written by Tony Kummer, for Ministry to Children, with this Sunday School lesson, you’ll be able to teach your students about the power of God, through the Creation story. Aimed at children aged 5-10, the Sunday School lesson includes a craft and game that will assist in your teaching.
  • Creation Review Video for Sunday School - Genesis 1 – This is a great video Sunday School lesson to either introduce your students to the Creation story, or to review the Creation with them at the end of a series of Sunday School lessons. Tony Kummer posted this video Sunday School lesson to the Ministry to Children site, and it’s a good one for students of any age.
  • Creation: Christ Prepares a Place for Us - Genesis 1 – Here is a good Creation Sunday School lesson from the Truth for Children site. With songs, a collage, and a fun word search, this complete Sunday School lesson will teach your students that God has provided us with everything that we need to live, both physically and spiritually.
  • In the Beginning Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 1-2 – With fun games, coloring sheets, questionnaires, and an in-depth lesson on the entire Creation, this Sunday School lesson  can either be used as a resource tool, to use alongside your Creation Sunday School lesson, or it could serve as your curriculum for an entire series of Sunday School lessons about the Creation. It has a variety of great activities for every age group.
  • Days of Creation Sunday School Coloring Pages - Genesis 1 – Here is a great resource for your Sunday School lesson on Creation. There are coloring pages that you can print for free, and add to your Sunday School lesson to help the students learn about Creation. Adding a great coloring page (or two) to your lesson helps your students to feel as though they’re really taking part. Also, sending the coloring sheet home with your students will allow them to carry the messages with them throughout the week.
  • God Made Everything Sunday School Coloring PageThis free, printable coloring page features a girl marveling at all of God’s Creation. She’s sitting under a tree, enjoying the sunshine and animals. It would make a great addition to a summary of your Sunday School lesson series on Creation.
  • The 7 Days of Creation Song - This is a neat song by Felicia Mollohan, sung to the tune of The 12 Days of Christmas, that will help children memorize what happened on each day.
  •  Rest - the Sabbath Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 2 – In the middle of our busy lives, it’s always important to stop, rest, and speak with God. This Sunday School lesson about the Sabbath, by site owner Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, will help you to teach your students about the Sabbath, how God rested, and how it’s important that we rest with Him.
  • Adam and Eve Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 2 – With activities for children of all ages, this is a Sunday School lesson on Adam and Eve that any Sunday School teacher can use. Use this Sunday School lesson, from weebly site Free Sunday School Curriculum, to help your students learn about how and why God created people.
  • The Creation: Christ is the Tree of Life - Genesis 2 – From the Truth for Children site comes another great Sunday School lesson on the Creation. Use this Sunday School lesson to teach your students about how Jesus is the Tree of Life, and through him, we are saved from the Original Sin.
  • Adam and Eve - The First Sin Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 2 – Felicia Mollohan wrote this Sunday School lesson about the first sin, for the Ministry to Children website. Originally written for children aged 5-11, they’ve also written a Sunday School lesson that covers the same information, but for preschoolers.
  • The Fall Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 3 – Scripted as a play, this Sunday School lesson on the Fall, by site owner Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, will really get your students engaged in their learning. Teaching our students about the Fall is important, because it sets the groundwork for why God sent us His only Son to save us, so have fun with it!
  • The Fall Sunday School Lesson -  Genesis 3 – This Sunday School lesson is about temptation, and how it played a part in the Fall of Man. By site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, this Sunday School lesson uses candy to demonstrate what temptation feels like, so the students will know to avoid temptation whenever possible.
  • Adam & Eve Disobey God - the Fall Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 3 – Tony Kummer wrote this Sunday School lesson about the Fall of Man for his site, Ministry to Children. Written to teach children aged 5-10, in this Sunday School lesson, your students will learn about how God’s Creation lost its perfect Goodness, when Adam and Eve committed the Original Sin.
  • The Fall of Man Bible Skit for Sunday School - Genesis 3 – A skit posted to the Ministry to Children site, by Felicia Mollohan, this Sunday School lesson will teach your students about the Fall of Man. 
  • Adam and Eve Blaming Others Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 3 – Written by site owner Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, in this Sunday School lesson, you will be helping your students to learn about how Adam and Eve wanted to blame others for their mistakes. You can help your students to understand that regardless of what others’ actions are, they always have the choice of whether to do the right thing, or the wrong.
  • Satan's Lies Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 3 – One of our own, this Sunday School lesson is by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson. Use this Sunday School lesson to teach your students that when Satan whispers temptations to them, he’s lying, and never gives them exactly what he promises.
  • What Happened in the Garden of Eden Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 3 – Written for the Truth for Children site, this Sunday School lesson discusses how the Original Sin happened, and discusses that because of the Original Sin, we are all sinners. There is also discussion to help your students understand that this is the reason why God sent Jesus to save us.
  • The Fall of Man Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 3 – Free Sunday School Curriculum on weebly supplied this Sunday School lesson about the Fall of Man. Another great Sunday School lesson on the Fall, this uses various fun activities to show your students how important it is to follow God’s Commandments, and how Jesus can help us to receive forgiveness.
  • A is for Adam Coloring Page
  • Bible Puzzle: Adam and Eve Crossword
  • Bible Puzzle: Creation Cut and Glue 
  • Creation Spin Wheel Craft 


  • Cain and Abel Sunday School Lesson 1Genesis 4 - This lesson by site owner Rev. Steve Wilson includes an object lesson and will teach children the basics of the Cain and Abel story.
  • Cain and Abel Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 4 – The Truth for Children has a really great Cain and Abel Sunday School lesson about why we should follow God’s instructions. Before Jesus came and made the Ultimate Sacrifice, people were required to make a blood sacrifice for God, to have their sins forgiven. Use this Sunday School lesson to illustrate how Cain defied God, and started down the path that led him to fratricide.
  • Cain and Abel Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 4 – Taken from the Free Sunday School curriculum website, this Sunday School lesson about Cain and Abel will use different activities to help you teach your students about sin.
  • Cain and Abel Bible Cartoon and Coloring Page - Genesis 4 – A great addition to any Sunday School lesson about Cain and Abel, this coloring page comes filled with symbolism. Taking murder out of the tale, this picture places the focus on how Abel was open to God, and Cain was very jealous of his brother, which closed him off to the Father.  
  • Enoch Disappears! Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 5 – Written by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, this Sunday School lesson can be used to illustrate to your students what it is like to go to Heaven.



Noah's Ark Online Sunday School Lessons



  • Noah's Ark Activity Worksheets
  • Adam to Noah Timeline Activity 
  • Noah's Ark Sunday School Lesson -  Genesis 6-9 – This Noah’s Ark Sunday School lesson will help you to teach your students more about sin, and how God becomes disappointed, even angry, when we sin without feeling sorry for it. You can also use this Sunday School lesson, by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, to open up discussion on what God wants from us, how to know, and how to follow His guidance.
  • Noah's Ark Sunday School Lesson - Saved! - Genesis 6 – This Sunday School lesson, by site owner Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, will help you teach your students about why Noah was saved. Because he believed in God, when no one else did, God saved Noah and his family.
  • Noah Builds an Ark Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 6 – Including plenty of fun activities for various age levels, this Noah’s Ark Sunday School lesson is a great way to help your students learn about how and why Noah built the ark.
  • God Saves Noah from the Flood Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 6 – Some of your students may start to wonder why God saved Noah, and not other people. The Ministry to Children site has this great Sunday School lesson, written by Felicia Mollohan, to help you explain how Noah earned God’s favor by believing.
  • Measuring Noah's Ark Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 6 – Written by Terry Delaney for the Ministry to Children site, this Sunday School lesson is meant to show your students how hard Noah worked to help God. By showing the students how big the ark actually was, you can discuss how much work it would have been, and the commitment that Noah made in agreeing to save the animals from the flood.
  • On the Ark Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 7 – With plenty of games and activities that complement this Sunday School lesson, your students will be able to understand how God commanded Noah to take two of every animal onto the Ark.
  • Noah's Ark Maze –Use this maze to illustrate how Noah helped the animals get to the ark. Students of any Sunday School lesson about Noah will gain more understanding with the maze activity.
  • Noah's Ark - The Rainbow as a Sign of Hope Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 8 – One of our own, this Sunday School lesson about Noah’s Ark, by site owner Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, is great for younger children. With several great questions to get your students thinking about what life on the Ark must have been like, and then how they must have celebrated when God gave them a rainbow, your students will be able to really be a part of your Noah’s Ark Sunday School lesson.
  • God Makes a Promise Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 8 – Take your students to the end of the Noah story, when God made with him a new covenant. In Free Sunday School Curriculum’s Noah’s Ark Sunday School lesson, teach your students about how God ended the flood, and promised Noah that He would never flood the earth again.
  • Noah Skit (Parts 1-4) - Genesis 6-8 – A series of four skits on Noah’s life, this Sunday School lesson is a wonderful one for older children (or for an older class to help with teaching a younger class). Written by Felicia Mollohan for the Ministry to Children site, the four parts of this interactive Sunday School lesson are God speaking to Noah, Noah building the Ark, the flood receding, and the Covenant of the Rainbow.
  • Noah and the Ark Coloring Pages - Genesis 6-8 – This is a series of four coloring book pages from the Ministry to Children site. These coloring book pages about Noah’s Ark will augment any Noah’s Ark Sunday School lesson.
  • Bow of Promise Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 9 – Another great Sunday School lesson from the Truth for Children site, this lesson uses the scripture, crafts, and other fun activities, to teach your students about the Bow of Promise. God’s arrow of wrath was broken when Jesus gave His life for us, and that’s a wonderful Sunday School lesson to be teaching all children. 
  • Noah's Ark Sunday School Activity Worksheets for Children - This set of 4 includes a word find, a picture match, a letter code, a connect the dots, and a color by number activity.
  • Noah Gets Drunk Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 9 – There are 2 really great morals in this Sunday School lesson about Noah getting drunk. Written by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, the Sunday School lesson on Noah getting drunk covers not only the potential negative effects of alcohol, but also the fact that God doesn’t think making fun of others is cool.


The Tower of Babel Online Sunday School Lessons

  • The Tower of Babel Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 11 – A lesson on pride and humility, this Sunday School lesson about the Tower of Babel teaches students that instead of bragging about a talent or skill, they should thank the Lord for giving them the talents that He has. Written by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, this Sunday School lesson uses a fun game of charades to illustrate how difficult it can be to understand another person if they can’t speak—or at least can’t speak the same language as you are.
  • Tower of Babel Sunday School SkitThis Sunday School lesson by Felicia Mollohan, from the Ministry to Children site, is a skit for your class to try out. Allowing your students to be a part of the story will really help them to understand how and why God confused the people’s languages. This short skit can be used to augment another Sunday School lesson about the Tower of Babel, or used alone as a mini-lesson.


Job Online Sunday School Lessons

  • The Story of Job Sunday School Lesson - children Bible lesson on the entire book of Job – Have Faith, and God will reward you. This great Sunday School lesson on the Book of Job is written by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, and goes a long way in teaching children about optimism and faith. “Even though bad things happen to us, God can always make things better,” is a life lesson that we sometimes all forget, and teaching your students this Sunday School lesson about Job will hopefully help to guard their faith, and help them trust God to always make things better.
  • It Must Be Your Fault Sunday School Lesson - the Book of Job – Written by Heidi York on the Sermons 4 Kids site, this Sunday School lesson about the story of Job uses a chess game as an analogy about how God and Satan are always fighting for the hearts of God’s followers. It also helps to teach your students that when bad things happen, it’s not the work of God punishing us, but the work of Satan, trying to make us angry with God.
  • God is All Powerful - Job 37-38,  Jeremiah 32:17-23 - Use this lesson for toddlers by Kara Jenkins to help teach children that God is all powerful, and can do all things.
  • The Book of Job Coloring Page




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Abraham Online Sunday School Lessons



  • God Leads Abram to a New Country Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 12 – This Sunday School lesson, by site owner Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, will help you to teach your students about how God promised Abram the land of Canaan. It is also a great reminder that we should always thank God for the things He gives us.
  • Abraham Trusts God to Lead Sunday School Lesson  - Genesis 12:1-5 – Using a map and directions as a good visual aid, this Sunday School lesson teaches about how Abraham trusted in God so much that he blindly followed God’s directions out of his homeland. From site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, this Sunday School lesson ends with a prayer that we’ll be open to God’s direction in our lives.
  • Abram Lies to Pharaoh Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 12 – Use this Sunday School lesson by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, to teach your students about trusting in God, and the importance of never lying.
  • Abram Lets Lot Have His Way Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 13 – This is a Sunday School lesson on Abraham and Lot, and it will go a long way in helping your students understanding of peace and generosity. Use this Sunday School lesson by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson to teach your students about how God will reward the generous.
  • Abram and Lot - Genesis 13 - Use this Bible story skit by Felicia Mollohan to teach children about Abram and Lot's disagreement
  • Abram Defeats Kedorlaomer's Army and Rescues Lot - Genesis 14 – Use this Sunday School lesson by site owner Rev. Stephen R. Wilson to teach your students about how powerful God is as an ally. God protects and helps Abram when Abram must save Lot from the King of Elam.
  • God's Promise to Abram - Genesis 15, 17-18 - This Bible teaching skit by Felicia Mollohan helps children learn and understand God's promise to Abram about Isaac's birth.
  • Abram Tries to Have Children Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 16-17 – By site owner Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, this Sunday School lesson tells the story about how Abram wanted a child so badly that he took a new wife, who was mean to Sarai. Then many years later, God helped Sarai become pregnant, and they became Abraham and Sarah.
  • God Destroys Sodom and Gomorrah Sunday School Lesson  - Genesis 18-19 – Another great Sunday School lesson on kindness being rewarded, in this lesson on Sodom and Gomorrah, you can teach your students about how the angels saved Lot and his two daughters.
  • Abraham Sacrifices Isaac, Almost Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 21-22 – In this Sunday School lesson by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, God tests Abraham’s loyalty by asking Abraham to sacrifice his son. An angel appears at the last moment to stop Abraham, and to tell him of the reward that God is giving him for doing everything that God asks.
  • Abraham Trusts God in a Scary Situation Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 22 – Using the object lesson of the game Faith to Fall, this Sunday School lesson teaches us to always have faith that God will take care of us in frightening situations, as He did for Abraham and Isaac.
  • The Offering of Isaac / God Tests Abraham - Genesis 22 - Use this skit by Felicia Mollohan to teach children the story of God's power and might.





Isaac Online Sunday School Lessons



  • Isaac Gets a Wife! Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 24 – In this Sunday School lesson by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, your students will learn about the power of prayer. God may not always answer our prayers the way we want Him to, but we always trust Him to know how to answer them best!
  • A Bride for Isaac Teaching Skit - Genesis 24 - Use this skit by Felicia Mollohan to teach children the story of God finding Isaac a wife.
  • A Bride for Isaac Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 24 – Sermon 4 kids has this great Sunday School lesson about Isaac and Rebekah, and includes links to activities that will complement the Sunday School lesson. The lesson compares Isaac and Rebekah to Cinderella and Prince Charming, relating the story in a way that children will recognize and understand.
  • Isaac's Wells Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 26 – Generosity, compassion, empathy… and envy. All of these traits are considered in this Sunday School lesson about Isaac’s wells. Isaac is shown to be a good role model, letting conflicts go, and maintaining neighborly peace. This Sunday School lesson is by Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, site owner.

Jacob and Esau Sunday School Lessons

  • Jacob Tricks Esau Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 25 and 27 - This lesson by site owner Rev. Steve Wilson will help children learn and think about the story of Jacob and Esau.
  • Esau Sells His Birthright Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 25 – This sermons 4 kids Sunday School lesson about Esau and Jacob tells of a time when Esau gave up his birthright for a bowl of stew. Couching on sibling rivalry, the Sunday School lesson goes on to conclude with the warning that we may find ourselves tempted to give up our own God-given birthrights—salvation and God’s blessing—for earthly pleasure, and ends with a prayer that we may make better decisions than Esau.
  • Esau Forgives Jacob Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 28-33 - This lesson by site owner Rev. Steve Wilson continues telling the story of Jacob and Esau with an emphasis on God's desire that we should forgive those who wrong us.
  • Stairway to Heaven Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 28 – In this Sunday School lesson from Sermons 4 Kids, your students will learn about Jacob’s ladder dream, and how God blessed Jacob. The Sunday School lesson then goes on to teach the students about how this is what God did for everyone, when He sent Jesus to us.
  • A Promise Fulfilled Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 29 – Through this Sunday School lesson from the Sermons 4 Kids site, your students will learn that not all people keep their promises. Like Laban did to Jacob, many people break their promises to other people. But God doesn’t, and God stayed with Jacob, as He promised He would.
  • Jacob Wrestles with God Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 32 – This Sermons 4 Kids Sunday School lesson teaches our students that we sometimes have wrestling matches with God, wanting things He doesn’t feel are right for us.



Joseph Online Sunday School Lessons



  • Joseph Sold as a Slave! Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 37-41 – This Sunday School lesson by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, is a great lesson to use when teaching your students about God’s plan. His plan for us may not always be obvious, but it’s there. When something bad happens, it’s often to make room for a good thing.
  • Joseph and His Brothers Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 37 – This sermon4kids Sunday School lesson will teach your students that jealousy is a terrible thing to feel, and an even worse thing to act on. Through Joseph’s experiences in this Sunday School lesson (not to mention Jacob’s) your students will see that acting on jealousy can usually only lead to sin.
  • Joseph Forgives His Brothers Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 42-50 – A good Sunday School lesson about forgiveness, your students will learn about Joseph forgiving his brothers. This Sunday School lesson about forgiveness is by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson.
  • A Family Reunion Sunday School Lesson - Genesis 45 – This Sermon4Kids Sunday School lesson is about Joseph reuniting with his brothers. It can be used to discuss forgiveness, family, and God’s ability to make things right in our lives.


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Exodus Online Sunday School Lessons



  • Shiphrah and Puah Do what is Right Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 1:1-21 – This Sunday School lesson by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson is about Shiphrah and Puah. Acted out from the perspective of Shiphrah, this Sunday School lesson is about doing the right thing, even when someone else tells us to do something wrong.
  • God Gives Moses' Mom a Great Idea Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 1:22-2:10 – Told from the perspective of Moses’ sister, Miriam, this Sunday School lesson by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson will teach your students even more about doing the right thing even when you’re afraid of the person telling you to do the wrong thing. Your students will also learn that doing as God wishes will earn rewards, as Moses’ mother was able to look after him when the Princess adopted him. 
  • Protected to Save... A Tale of Two Babies - Exodus 1:22-2:10 - Use this full lesson plan by Kristin Schmidt to teach children that God has a plan for everything and everyone.
  • Bible Puzzle: Baby Moses Dot-to-Dot 
  • The Call of Moses - Moses and the Burning Bush Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 2:11-4:17 – This Sermon4Kids Sunday School lesson about Moses and the burning bush will help you teach your students about God appearing to Moses.
  • A Baby by the River Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 2 – Use this Sermon4Kids Sunday School lesson about Moses to teach your students about a parent’s love, and God’s love. Moses’ mother refused to kill him, and sacrificed the ability to care for him, in order to save his life. In return, God allowed her to care for Moses anyways, by being his nurse.
  • The Great "I AM" Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 3 – Submitted to Sermons4Kids by Karin Grant, this Sunday School lesson will teach your students about one of Moses’ conversations with the Lord. In this Sunday School lesson, you will be teaching your students about how they can affirm themselves with positive “I AM” statements, because God wouldn’t want them to use His name to berate themselves with negative self-talk.
  • When God Calls Your Name Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 3 – In this Sunday School lesson from Sermons4Kids, you can teach your students about how they should respond when God calls them to action. This Sunday School lesson about Samuel is a great one for younger children, because it will teach them early that God knows our names, before our parents even do. 
  • Moses and the Burning Bush Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 3 – Use this Sunday School lesson from Sermons4Kids to teach your students about Moses and the burning bush. In his first conversation with God, Moses is told to remove his shoes as a sign of respect for the Holy Ground. This Sunday School lesson also teaches students that God is everywhere, and everywhere is Holy Ground – but it’s okay to wear their shoes!
  • Who is I AM? - Exodus 3:1-17 - This complete lesson plan by Tara Tegard teaches children about who God is, and who Jesus said he was. 
  • The Plagues of Egypt and Crossing the Red Sea Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 4:18-14:31 – One of our own, this Sunday School lesson by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, will teach your students about the Exodus story. Have an older student or another teacher act the part of Moses, who will tell your students all about his tale.
  • The First Passover Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 12 – This Sermon4Kids Sunday School lesson about Moses and how the first Passover came to be, will teach your students about how God punished the Pharaoh for disobeying Him by not listening to Moses. You can also teach your students about God’s forgiveness and protection with this Sunday School lesson, which discusses how those that believed in God would sacrifice a lamb at Passover, and God would pass them over during the tenth plague. 
  • The Waters Part Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 14 – Sermons4Kids delivers another great Sunday School lesson about Moses in this lesson. Use this Sunday School lesson to teach your students about how they can trust God, and obey Him, even if the orders may not make sense.
  • Parting the Red Sea Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 14 – Using a demonstration that involves separating pepper in water with dish soap, this fun Sunday School lesson from Sermons4Kids discusses how God gave Moses the power to lead His people home out of Egypt and slavery.
  • God Gives the People Manna! Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 15:22-16:3 – This Sunday School lesson about the Exodus will help you teach your students about God providing us with what we need, when we need it most. The Sunday School lesson, by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, uses a desert survival relay race to help illustrate what the Israelites would have needed while walking the desert.
  • Dinner on the Ground Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 16 – This Sermon4Kids Sunday School lesson about the Exodus uses a tasty treat to help demonstrate the provisions that God provided the Israelites.
  • Our Daily Bread Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 16 – Use this Sunday School lesson to teach your students about the bread that the Lord rained down on the Israelites daily, while they walked through the desert.
  • What Is It? Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 16 – This Sermons4Kids Sunday School lesson will help you teach your students about God’s provisions to the Israelites as they travelled through the desert. This Sunday School lesson about the Exodus will help your students understand that God provides us with everything we need, if we only ask.
  • Manna Sunday School Coloring Page – This coloring page from Sermons4Kids will help your students understand the manna provision Sunday School lesson. It shows the Israelites gathering their daily bread from the ground.
  • Help Each Other Pray! Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 17:8-16 – This Sunday School lesson, by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, can be used to teach your students about prayer. Using the story of Moses praying to God to help the Israelites when the Amalekites attacked them, show your students about the power and importance of prayer, and the importance of praying for others, and with others.
  • Rocky the Rock Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 17 – Written for Sermons4Kids by Marianne Grano, this Sunday School lesson is about Moses getting water from a rock, with the help of God. Told from the rock’s perspective, this silly Sunday School lesson will really get through to children of all ages, but especially the younger ones that may have a hard time understanding traditional lessons.
  • Water from a Rock Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 17 – Using the story of Moses getting water from a rock, this Sunday School lesson discusses the importance of trusting in God, especially when we’re in a situation that seems impossible to get out of. Originally appearing on Sermons4Kids, this Sunday School lesson is for older children than the Rocky the Rock Sunday School lesson also by Sermons4Kids.
  • The Giving of the Law and the Golden Calf Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 19-34 – This Sunday School lesson is about Moses receiving the Ten Commandments from God, and then discovering that the Israelites had been worshiping false idols while Moses was on Mount Sinai. You can use this Sunday School lesson by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson to teach your students about false idols, and the importance of not worshiping them.


Ten Commandments Online Sunday School Lessons



  • Why Does God Give Us Rules? Sunday School Lesson - introductory lesson on the Ten Commandments – This is a Sunday School lesson about the Ten Commandments. Written by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, this lesson will help students understand why we have rules, and introduce the Ten Commandments.
  • Only One God Sunday School Lesson - lesson on the first two of the Ten Commandments – Use this Sunday School lesson by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson to teach your students about the first two Commandments. After this lesson on the Ten Commandments, your students will have a better understanding of the fact that while other religions worship other gods, there is only one God that is real. This Sunday School lesson is aimed at younger children.
  • Respecting God's Name Sunday School Lesson - lesson on the third of the Ten Commandments – This Sunday School lesson about the Ten Commandments will help you teach young students about the third Commandment. By the end of this lesson, your students will be able to tell when someone is using God’s or Jesus’ name properly, or in vain.
  • Keeping the Sabbath Sunday School Lesson - lesson on the fourth of the Ten Commandments – This Sunday School lesson about the Sabbath day will help you teach your students about the 4th Commandment, and why it’s important to keep Sunday for God and family.
  • Honoring Our Parents Sunday School Lesson - lesson on the fifth of the Ten Commandments – Written by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, this Sunday School lesson will help you teach your students about the importance of treating others, especially family, with respect.
  • You Shall Not Kill Sunday School Lesson - lesson on the sixth of the Ten Commandments – Another part of the Ten Commandments series of Sunday School lessons by Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, this lesson covers the 6th Commandment – thou shalt not kill. You can use this lesson to teach your students about why it’s never okay to hurt another person, except as a last defense of yourself, your family, or your country.
  • The Sanctity of Marriage Sunday School Lesson - lesson on the seventh of the Ten Commandments – This Sunday School lesson about the 7th Commandment will help your students understand the importance and sanctity of marriage. Aimed at younger children, the lesson encourages them to think about how it might make their future spouse feel if they didn’t treat marriage with respect, and this will help give them an understanding of why God would give such a Commandment.
  • You Shall Not Steal Sunday School Lesson - lesson on the eighth and tenth of the Ten Commandments – This Sunday School lesson is by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, and discusses the 8th and 10th Commandments. This lesson about the Ten Commandments will help you give your students a better understanding of why God wants us not to covet, and not to steal.
  • You Shall Not Give False Testimony Sunday School Lesson - lesson on the ninth of the Ten Commandments – Use this Sunday School lesson about the Ten Commandments to teach your students about the importance of telling the truth.
  • The Two Greatest Commandments Sunday School Lesson - Bible summary lesson over the Ten Commandments – Use this Sunday School lesson by Rev. Stephen R. Wilson to summarize your other lessons on the Ten Commandments. This Sunday School lesson on the Commandments boils the 10 down into 2 easily remembered Commandments – Love God, and love others.
  • Following the Rules Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 20 – Written by Sharon Westerfield for Sermons4Kids, this Sunday School lesson can be used to remind your students the importance of following rules. Using sports to demonstrate that following the rules is important, even when we don’t necessarily want to, this Sunday School lesson then ties in with everything your students will have learned about the Ten Commandments.
  • Following God's Laws Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 20 – This Sermons4Kids Sunday School lesson, written by Brian Hacker, discusses with students how to follow the Commandments, expanding on, or introducing your other Sunday School lessons about the Ten Commandments.
  • Rules are Cool or Rules are Cruel? Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 20 – Written by Laurie Juarez, and submitted to the Sermons4Kids site, this Sunday School lesson about the Ten Commandments is about the importance of rules, both to society, and to Christians.
  • Guidance from God Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 20 – Using a gyroscope or compass to demonstrate a guidance system, this Sermons4Kids Sunday School lesson discusses why God gave us the Ten Commandments, and how He expects us to use them as a tool for moral Guidance.
  • Staying Within the Lines Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 20 – Using coloring skills as a practical example, this Sermons4Kids Sunday School lesson will help you to show your students that when we try our hardest to stay within the lines, following the Ten Commandments, our lives are much nicer than when we don’t care about the rules.
  • No Substitute Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 20 – This short Sunday School lesson, written for Sermons4Kids by Bryan Clements, discusses how God is the only thing that can make our lives good, and uses sugar packets and sweeteners to demonstrate how replacing God isn’t the same as having the Real Deal.
  • Ten Commandments Sunday School Coloring Page 1 – This Sunday School lesson coloring page shows Moses carrying the tablets after speaking with God and receiving the Ten Commandments from Him.
  • Ten Commandments Sunday School Coloring Page 2 – This Ten Commandments coloring page shows Moses standing with the tablets on Mount Sinai, ready to read to his people what God has told him.


Exodus - Deuteronomy Online Sunday School Lessons



  • Following the Leader Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 23 – This Sermons4Kids Sunday School lesson by Gayle Lovvoorn will help students understand what the Bible says about how to choose when to follow, when to take the lead, and when to walk away.
  • Changed Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 34:29-35 – In this Sunday School lesson by site owner Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, your students will learn about how Moses was happy and excited to be talking to God, and how Christians should be happy to talk to God, as well.
  • The Tabernacle - Helping to Build the First Church Sunday School Lesson – Exodus 35:30-36:7 – This lengthy Sunday School lesson about the first church will help your students understand how and why the Tabernacle was built, and why it’s important to make spiritual offerings. The Sunday School lesson is divided into three separate parts, so that you can teach it over the course of three lessons, if you don’t have the time for the full lesson.
  • Why We Can't See God Sunday School Lesson – Exodus 33:18-23 – When discussing Moses and how he was able to see God, the question of why we can’t see Him ourselves is bound to come up. This Sunday School lesson about Moses and the Exodus will help you explain to your students what the Bible says about why we can’t see God.
  • Worshiping Idols Sunday School Lesson – Leviticus 19 – This Sunday School lesson by Mickey Thompson from the Sermons4Kids site will help your students to understand why it’s important to never place anyone or anything above God in their lives. 
  • Following God's Lead Sunday School Lesson - Numbers 9:15-23 – This Sunday School lesson by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, will help you teach your students about following the signs that God gives us in our daily lives. With a game of Simon Says, followed by Follow the Leader, this Sunday School lesson will give your students an understanding of how to watch for signs from God, as well.
  • The People are Afraid Sunday School Lesson - Numbers 13-14 – Use this Sunday School lesson by site owner Rev. Stephen R. Wilson to help your students understand how important faith is. This lesson discusses how and why God punished the Israelites for being so afraid that they lost faith and nearly turned back to Egypt.
  • God Chooses the Leaders Sunday School Lesson - Numbers 16 – In this Sunday School lesson by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, you can teach your students about the importance of trusting God’s judgement, and honoring the talents and skills He has given each individual.
  • Moses and the Bronze Snake Sunday School Lesson - Numbers 21 – This Sunday School lesson by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson will help you to teach your students three things: that complaining about everything, especially things that God has given us, is wrong; that it is important to always admit when we’ve sinned, and ask forgiveness; and that forgiveness comes through letting Jesus into our hearts.
  • Balaam and the Donkey Sunday School Lesson - Numbers 22-24 – Using this Sunday School lesson about Balaam and the talking donkey, teach your students about the importance of trusting in God, and not doing something that is a sin, or that God tells us not to do – no matter who it is trying to make us sin. Use the talking donkey to catch and hold your students’ attention, so they don’t miss the moral – that God has more authority than any earthly authority.
  • Sunday School Teacher Tribute Sunday School Lesson - Deuteronomy 4:9 - This is a template for telling students what you've learned in Sunday School and helping them to understand how important it is.
  • Serving God Sunday School Lesson - Deuteronomy 13 - This object lesson by Amanda Bellue shows children that we all have unique gifts that we can use to serve God.
  • Jesus With Us Sunday School Lesson - Deuteronomy 31 - This lesson by Judy Grubb helps students to understand that in the midst of life's changes, God will never change and will always be with us.
  • Moses Dies Sunday School Lesson - Numbers 20, Deuteronomy 34, and Jude 9 - By Rev. Steve Wilson, this lesson tells students about the death of Moses and the hope we have of a future resurrection.
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Solomon, the Wisest King? Sunday School Lesson - 1 Kings 1-11 - This lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson teaches children how to have true wisdom.




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Proverbs Online Sunday School Lessons
  • Wisdom is Applying God's Truth - Proverbs 1:1-5 - Use this complete lesson plan by Kelly Henderson to teach children that we need God to help us be wise.
  • Smart or Wise? Sunday School Lesson - Proverbs 1:20-33 - This object lesson by Abbie Leithold-Gerzema explains that learning and following the Bible can help us make wise decisions.
  • The Road Map for Life Sunday School Lesson - Proverbs 3:6 - This object lesson teaches children to use the Bible to make good decisions in life.
  • GPS (God's Positioning System) Sunday School Lesson - Proverbs 3:6 - This object lesson by Gail Bellingrath teaches students to use the Bible as their directions in life.
  • Learning from the Ants - Proverbs 6:6-11 - Use this complete lesson plan by Brittany Bradshaw to teach children to not be lazy and to work hard at the task God has given them.
  • God Wants Us to Be Wise Sunday School Lesson - Proverbs 8 - This lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson teaches children that God gives us rules to keep us safe and happy, and that true wisdom is following God's rules.
  • Integrity Sunday School Lesson - Proverbs 10:9 - This object lesson by Bob Renn encourages students to do the right things even when no one else is watching.
  • Two Paths: Pride & Humility - Proverbs 11:2 - Use this complete lesson plan by Kelly Henderson to teach children that we have a choice between the path of pride and the path of humility.
  • God Gives Us Everything - Proverbs 11:24-25 - This full lesson plan by Kelly Henderson teaches children to be generous by realizing that they own nothing.
  • Watch What You Say Sunday School Lesson - Proverbs 12:18  - This object lesson shows children that they can't take back what they say, so we should all be careful to say only things that would please God.
  • A Gentle Answer for Kids and Adults - Proverbs 15:1 - Use this lesson by Felicia Mollohan to teach children (and parents) the value of a gentle answer. 
  • Turning Failures into Successes Sunday School Lesson - Proverbs 16:9 - This object lesson teaches children that God can work all things for good.
  • The Happy Puppy Sunday School Lesson - Proverbs 16:20 - This interactive lesson teaches children that the way to be truly happy is to trust in God.
  • Wisdom is Choosing God's Way - Proverbs 16:25 - Use this full lesson plan by Kelly Henderson to teach children that we need God in order to make wise choices.
  • Magnet - Proverbs 17:17, 1 John 4:8 - Use this object lesson by Mimi Bullock to teach children how to attract people to God.
  • The Power of Words - Proverbs 18:21 - This complete lesson plan by Kelly Henderson teaches children that God wants us to use our words wisely.
  • A Good Name Sunday School Lesson - Proverbs 22:1  - This object lesson by Sandra Brandon shows students what it means to call ourselves Christian.
  • Keep Your Life in Tune Sunday School Lesson - Proverbs 23:19 - This object lesson illustrates keeping our heart in tune to God, like a musical instrument needs to be in tune to play properly.
  • Self Control - Proverbs 25:28, Galatians 5:22-23 - Use these object lessons by Mimi Bullock to teach children how to exhibit self control.
  • Watch that Slingshot Sunday School Lesson - Proverbs 28:13 - This lesson by Robert Taylor uses a YouTube video clip from The Andy Griffith Show to teach children about the importance of confessing their mistakes and putting them right.
 
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  • Roses - Song of Solomon 2:1 - Use this object lesson by Mimi Bullock to teach children about the beauty of God.




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Jesus Starts His Ministry Online Sunday School Lessons


  • The Temptation of Jesus - Matthew 4 - This lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson teaches children how Jesus overcame the devil's temptation.
  • What's the Devil's Deal? And How to Beat Him - Jesus' Temptation - Matthew 4 - Use this lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson to teach children about the tricks that the devil uses to tempt us, and how they can beat him at his own game.
  • The Temptation of Christ - Matthew 4:1-11 - This object lesson by Pat Slater teaches children how to resist temptation.
  • Who Says? - Matthew 4:1-11 - Use this lesson on the first Sunday in Lent to teach children how to resist temptations.
  • Spectacular - Matthew 4:1-11 - This lesson by Everett Miller teaches children what kinds of things they should be focusing on.
  • When You are Tempted - Matthew 4:1 - Use this object lesson on the first Sunday in Lent to teach children about Christ's temptation.
  • Follow the Leader - Matthew 4:19 - Use this lesson by Gayle Lovvoorn to teach children about following Jesus.
  • Jesus is the New Temple! - John 2:18-22 - This lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson teaches children that Jesus is the only way to God.


Sermon on the Mount Online Sunday School Lessons


  • Beatitude 2: Those Who Mourn - Matthew 5:4 - Use this object lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson to teach children that Christ gives us comfort when we are sad.
  • Beatitude 3: The Meek - Matthew 5:5- This lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson teaches children how to be humble in Christ.
  • Beatitude 5: The Merciful - Matthew 5:7 - This lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson teaches children the importance of forgiveness.
  • The Bee Attitudes - Matthew 5:1-12 - This object lesson for the 4th Sunday after Epiphany teaches children that we find true happiness in Jesus.
  • The Happy Puppy - Matthew 5:1-12 - Use this lesson to teach children that happiness comes from within, not from without.
  • Light of the World - Matthew 5:14-16 - Use this object lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson to teach children what it means for Christians to be light in the world.
  • Be Sure Your Light is Shining - Matthew 5:14 - This object lesson by Jenna Ross teaches children to let their light shine for Jesus.
  • Sparklers or Candles - Matthew 5:14 - Use this object lesson by Mimi Bullock to teach children about being consistent in their love for Christ.
  • It Was a Dark and Stormy Night - Matthew 5:16 - Use this object lesson to teach children how and why they need to let Christ's light shine through them.
  • The Pumpkin - Matthew 5:16 - This object lesson teaches children how Christ's light can shine through them.
  • Let Your Light Shine - Matthew 5:16 - This object lesson uses a "never-go-out" candle to teach children that God is their light, and that they can shine Him into the world.
  • Raca! - Matthew 5:21-26 - Use this object lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson to teach children about the importance of kind words and not hurting other with what we say.
  • Forgiving and Forgiven - Matthew 5:23 - This object lesson uses an offering envelope to teach children about forgiveness, forgiving others, and being forgiven by others.
  • Cutting Sin Out of Our Lives - Matthew 5:27-30 - Use this object lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson to teach children how to cut out room for Jesus in their lives.
  • Blacklight - Do You See Any Sin? - This object lesson by Mimi Bullock can help supplement any lesson on sin to demonstrate that hidden sins are not hidden from God.
  • Do Not Swear by Heaven or by Earth - Matthew 5:33-37 - This lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson teaches children the importance of being true to their word, and not making a promise they can't keep.
  • Turn the Other Cheek - Matthew 5:38-42 - Use this lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson to teach children how to be patient and forgiving in trying circumstances.
  • Love Your Enemies - Matthew 5:43-48 - This lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson teaches children the importance of loving unconditionally like Christ does.
  • Love Your Enemies (2) - Matthew 5:43-44 - Use this object lesson to teach children how to love all people - even people they don't like.
  • Friends and Enemies - Matthew 5:43-44 - This object lesson uses two pieces of cloth - one rough and one soft - to teach children about loving one another.
  • The Lord's Prayer (part 1) - Matthew 6:9-10 - This object lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson uses a telephone to teach children about the first half of the Lord's Prayer: what it is and how they can use it.
  • The Lord's Prayer (part 2) - Matthew 6:11-14 - Use this object lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson to teach children about the second half of the Lord's Prayer: what it is and how they should apply it.
  • The Lord's Prayer Booklet - Matthew 6:9-13 - This booklet created by Felicia Mollohan is a great resource to help you teach on the Lord's Prayer.
  • Flashing Light and Prayer - Use this object lesson by Mimi Bullock to supplement any teaching on prayer to help children understand how God views prayer. 
  • The Hard Thing - Matthew 6:14-15 - Use this object lesson by Anne Riegler to teach children how to forgive people even when it's hard.
  • Treasure in Heaven - Matthew 6:19-21 - This object lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson uses three well-worn objects to teach children about what things are truly treasure, and what is actually trash.
  • Treasures in Heaven - Matthew 6:19-21 - Use this object lesson to teach children how to lay up treasures in heaven, and what kinds of treasures are heavenly.
  • Give Up Your Treasure? - Matthew 6:19-21 - This object lesson by Anne Riegler uses dried flowers to teach children what kinds of treasures are worth holding on to.
  • Where Your Treasure Is - Matthew 6:19-21 - Use this object lesson by Amy Cavanaugh to teach children that Jesus wants us to focus on collecting heavenly treasures and not just earthly treasures.
  • Lamp of the Body - Matthew 6:22-23 - This object lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson uses a flashlight and gift boxes to teach children how to focus on worthwhile things that don't fade away.
  • No One Can Serve Two Masters - Matthew 6:24 - Use this object lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson to teach children that they must serve God first, or they won't be serving Him at all!
  • The Spork - Matthew 6:24 - This object lesson by Amber uses a spork to show children that we have to choose between serving God and serving the world.
  • Don't Worry - Matthew 6:24-34 - Use this object lesson by Shay Miller to teach children how to give their worries to Jesus.
  • Do Not Judge - Matthew 7:1-5 - This object lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson uses a plank of wood to teach children not to judge others.
  • Ask, Seek, Knock - Matthew 7:7-11 - This object lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson uses an illustration of the passage to explain to children about God's goodness, and how He blesses.
  • Tails...You Lose! Sunday School Lesson - Matthew 7:7 - Use this object lesson to teach children how to make right choices.
  • The Golden Rule - Matthew 7:12 - This object lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson uses masking tape to teach children that they should treat other kids with the kind of respect they want.
  • The Narrow and Wide Gates - Matthew 7:13-14 - Use this object lesson to teach children why and how they should choose the narrow road.
  • By Their Fruit - Matthew 7:15-23 - This object lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson uses ripe and rotten fruit to illustrate to children how they should be a good follower of Christ.


Gospel of Matthew Online Sunday School Lessons


  •  Jesus Dwelling Among Us Sunday School Lesson - John 1:14 - This object lesson by Jacqueline Rau uses pictures of lavish lifestyles to teach children how Jesus came to live a life like ours, even though he was God.
  • The Greatest - John 1:27 - Use this object lesson to teach children that we are to share about the light we have seen.
  • Jesus the Trash Collector - John 1:29 - This object lesson by Bryan Clements uses a trash bag and papers with "SIN" written on them to teach children how Jesus takes away the sin of the world.
  • Show and Tell Sunday School Lesson - John 1:29, 34-35 - Use this game of show-and-tell to teach children how they can show and tell others about Jesus.
  • Come and See Lectionary Lesson - John 1:43-51 - This full lesson by Stephanie Fernandez teaches children about bringing others to Christ, and being courageous enough to come before him ourselves.
  • Come and See - John 1:46 - This object lesson uses a package of cookies to teach children how they can share Jesus with their friends.
  • Water Into Wine - John 2:1-11 - Use this object lesson to teach children about Jesus' first miracle.
  • Spring Cleaning Sunday School Lesson - John 2:13-22 - This object lesson uses cleaning supplies to teach children about the time Jesus cleansed the temple, and how he cleanses us.
  • The Butterfly - John 3:3 - Use this object lesson to teach children what it means to be born again.
  • Evangelism - John 3:3 - These object lessons by Mimi Bullock help teach children the need to tell others about Jesus.
  • Measuring God's Love - John 3:16 - This object lesson uses a measuring cup, a tape measure, and a watch to teach children just how much God loved the world.
  • Do You Know? - John 3:16 - Use this object lesson by Tanya Roberts to teach children about the Gospel Message. 
  • The Greatest Gift of All - John 3:16 - This object lesson uses a gift to teach children about God's grace and eternal life.
  • What's On the Inside Counts - John 3:16 - Use this object lesson by Sharon Brumfield to teach children that we can't judge people - only God can. 
  • The Life Saver Sunday School Lesson - John 3:16-17 - This object lesson uses a life jacket to teach children about salvation.
  • Dying for a Drink! - John 4:10 - Use this object lesson to teach children about being thirsty for living water. 
  • The Thirst Quencher - John 4:13-14 - This object lesson uses a bottle of water or sports drink to teach children about Jesus being the living water.
  • Living Water - John 4:13-14 - Use this object lesson to teach children that Jesus satisfies our soul's longing like water satisfies our body's thirst.
  • Jesus Takes Our Little and Makes it a Lot - Feeding the Five Thousand - John 6:1-15 - This lesson and activity by Rev. Steve Wilson teaches children that God can take what little we have and provide more than we can imagine.
  • Sharing What We Have - John 6:5-14 - This object lesson by Mike Perks uses candy fish and graham crackers to teach children that Jesus uses us when we share.
  • What to Do With the Leftovers - John 6:12 - Use this object lesson to teach children about being generous with what they have.
  • There's No Fear in Jesus - John 6:16-21 - This object lesson uses a teddy bear to teach children that with Jesus, we have nothing to fear.
  • The Bread of Life - John 6:35 - Use this complete lesson plan by Tara Tegard to teach children that Jesus fulfills their needs - physical and spiritual.
  • The Bread of Life Sunday School Lesson - John 6:51 - Use this object lesson to teach children about Jesus being the bread of life that we can eat so that we will never die.
  • No Turning Back - John 6:67-68 - This lesson can use the game "Follow the Leader" to teach children about following Jesus.
  • To Whom Shall We Go? - John 6:67-68 - Use this object lesson to teach children about Jesus, the one who has eternal life.
  • Jesus Forgives a Woman - John 8:1-11 - This lesson by Sandi Ochsner uses dolls and puppets to teach children about not judging others without first judging themselves.
  • Only Jesus Can Judge, But He'd Rather Forgive Instead - John 8:2-11 - Use this lesson and activity by Rev. Steve Wilson to teach children the story of Jesus forgiving the adulterer.
  • Pointing Fingers and Throwing Stones - John 8:7 - This object lesson uses small stones to teach children about forgiveness.
  • Open the Door to Jesus - John 8:12 - Use this object lesson by Odette Steeves to teach children  about letting Jesus come into our hearts when he knocks on the door.
  • Glowsticks and Christ in Us - John 8:12 - This object lesson by Mimi Bullock uses glowsticks to teach children that just as Jesus was a light, so we are to be lights too.
  • The Light of the World - John 8:12 - Use this complete lesson plan by Tara Tegard to teach children that Jesus is the light that shows us the darkness of our sin.
  • Do You Know This Man? - John 8:19 - This object lesson uses a poster of a famous person to teach children the difference between knowing someone and knowing about someone.
  • To God Be the Glory Sunday School Lesson - John 9:1-3 - Use this object lesson to teach children not to complain about their troubles but to praise God instead.
  • Jesus Heals a Man Born Blind - John 9:6-7 - This lesson by Renee Gorby teaches children about doing the right thing even if there's no obvious reward.
  • Here's Mud in Your Eye! - John 9:6-7 - Use this object lesson to teach children that we all need a touch from God to be well.
  • Jesus Heals a Man Born Blind - John 9 - Use this lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson to teach children about the blind man that Jesus healed.
  • Jesus Heals a Blind Man Sunday School Coloring Page
  • The Good Shepherd - John 10:1-18 - This lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson teaches children about what it means that Jesus is called the "Good Shepherd."
  •  The Master's Voice - John 10:3-5 - Use this object lesson to teach children to listen and obey God's voice when they hear it.
  • He Knows Your Name - John 10:4 - This object lesson uses brand names to teach children to follow Jesus when he calls them.
  • The Gate for the Sheep - John 10:7 - This complete lesson plan by Tara Tegard teaches children that Jesus is the only entrance we can go through to salvation.
  • Steal the Sheep Sunday School Lesson - John 10:10 - Use this object lesson to teach children to love and follow God, and not others who will lead them astray.
  • I Am the Good Shepherd - John 10:11 - This complete lesson plan by Tara Tegard teaches children that Jesus sacrificed himself so we could live.
  • The Good Shepherd - John 10:11-15 - Use this object lesson by Mimi Bullock to teach children what it means to be God's sheep.
  • The Good Shepherd - John 10:14-15 - This object lesson uses pictures of pets to teach children that Jesus laid down his life so we might live forever with him in heaven.
  • In the Palm of His Hand - John 10:28 - Use this object lesson to teach children that we are taken care of by God. 
  • Guaranteed Forever! - John 10:28-29 - This object lesson uses objects with lifetime warranties to teach children that Jesus promises eternal life.
  • His Hands Sunday School Lesson - John 10:28-29 - Use this object lesson by Tanya Roberts to teach children that God promises us eternal security if we trust him.
  • Three in One - John 10:30 - This object lesson uses a boom box to teach children about the Trinity. 
  • Overtime! - John 11:1-35 - Use this lesson by Ryon Price to teach children about the time Jesus raised Lazarus from the dead.
  • Not Now - John 11:4-6 - This lesson by Renee Gorby teaches children that Jesus is in charge of all things! 
  • I Am the Resurrection and the Life - John 11:25-26 - This complete lesson plan by Tara Tegard teaches children that Jesus has power over life and death.
  • A Savior Who Weeps - John 11:35 - Use this object lesson to teach children that not only does Jesus understand our emotions, but he also has power over all of them. 
  • Giving Him Your Best Sunday School Lesson - John 12:3 - This object lesson uses a prized possession to teach children about giving our best in serving Jesus.
  • I Love a Parade - John 12:12-13 - Use this object lesson to teach children about praising Jesus mightily!
  • Popcorn - John 12:24 - This object lesson by Mimi Bullock uses popcorn to teach children that the heat of life is necessary in order for God to make us into the creations he made us to be.
  • My Soul is Troubled - John 12:27-29 - This object lesson uses a worry stone or stress ball to teach children to glorify God in their hard times.
  • Building a Model Life - John 13:15 - Use this object lesson to teach children how Jesus models the lives we are supposed to live. 
  • He Loves Us All Sunday School Lesson - John 13:34-35 - This object lesson uses lollipops to teach children that we need to love others like Jesus loves us.
  • Musical Chairs - John 14:2 - Use this lesson and activity by Mimi Bullock to teach children about how the kingdom of God works.
  • Finding the Way - John 14:6  - Use this object lesson to teach children that Jesus is the only way to heaven.
  • The Way, the Truth, and the Life - John 14:6 - This complete lesson plan by Tara Tegard teaches children that Jesus is the only solid rock to stand on in our uncertain and changing world.
  • The Power Source - John 14:12 - Use this object lesson to teach children about the power of the Holy Spirit.
  • Do You Love Me? - John 14:15 - This object lesson uses a Mother's Day card to teach children about loving by actions, not just words. 
  • Love Coupons - John 14:15 - Use this object lesson by Tanya Roberts to teach children about different ways we can show our love.
  • The Comforter Sunday School Lesson - John 14:16 - This object lesson uses a teddy bear or security blanket to teach children about the Holy Spirit as Comforter.
  • He'll Be Back! - John 14:26, 28 - Use this lesson to teach children about Jesus' promise to come back again.
  • Rubber Band - John 14:27, 2 Peter 3:9 - These object lessons by Mimi Bullock use rubber bands to teach children about God's character and how we should respond to stress.
  • Vine and the Branches - John 15:1-8 - This object lesson by Mimi Bullock uses a vine-like plant to teach children that we must allow Jesus to grow good fruit in us.
  • The True Vine - John 15:1-8 - Use this complete lesson plan by Tara Tegard to teach children that Jesus helps us grow when we are connected to him. 
  • A Branch on the Tree or a Stick in the Mud? - John 15:5 - This object lesson uses two branches to teach children that apart from Jesus, we can't do anything.
  • As I Have Loved You - John 15:12 - Use this object lesson to teach children about loving people who are different from them. 
  • Bible Puzzle: Hidden Bible Verse - John 15:12
  • My Best Friend - John 15:13 - This object lesson by Tanya Roberts uses a picture of Jesus to teach children about Jesus being their friend. 
  • The Unseen Power Sunday School Lesson - John 16:12-13 - Use this object lesson to teach children about the Holy Spirit as our guide.
  • Our Map and Our Guide - John 16:13 - This object lesson uses a map and compass to teach about the Holy Spirit as the one who directs our life path. 
  • In the World, but Not of the World - John 17:16, 18 - Use this object lesson to teach children how they can safely be in the world, yet not of the world. 
  • That All May be One - John 17:20-23 - This object lesson uses a Russian nesting doll to teach children that Jesus prayed that his followers would be united.
  • Crown Him King - John 18:37 - Use this object lesson to teach children that Christ is the King of their hearts. 
  • It's Empty! - John 20:2 - Use this object lesson to teach children about the empty tomb on the first Easter Sunday.
  • I've Just Seen Jesus - John 20:18 - This object lesson uses the graphic at the top of the page to teach children about the empty tomb and Christ's resurrection. 
  • Resurrected Jesus Appears to Many - John 20:19-20, 24-29 - This complete lesson plan by Kelly Henderson to teach children that we can be forgiven of our sins because Jesus is alive.
  • Believe it or Not! Sunday School Lesson - John 20:24-25 - Use this object lesson to teach children that Christ has indeed risen, whether they believe it or not!
  • Identification Please! - John 20:24-25 - This object lesson uses some kind of ID card to teach children that Jesus really rose again from the dead.
  • Seeing is Believing - John 20:29 - Use this object lesson to teach children how to believe even if they haven't seen.  
  • Love in Any Language - John 21:17 - This lesson uses the phrase "I love you" in a myriad of languages to teach children that love is about more than just the words.


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  • Body of Christ Sunday School Coloring Page
  • One at a Time - Romans 1:16 - Use this object lesson and story to teach children to share Jesus' love with others.
  • We All Make Mistakes - Romans 3:23 - This object lesson uses an assortment of pencils to teach children that while they make mistakes, God can erase those mistakes.  
  • Riding a Bike - Romans 3:23 - Use this object lesson by Jack Melton to teach children that they can always get back up and keep walking after God even if they've made a mistake.
  • Which are You? Sunday School Lesson - Romans 5:3-5 - This object lesson by Danelle Willer uses food and hot water to teach children about praising God in our trials.
  • Making Pearls - Romans 5:3-5 - Use this object lesson to teach children that God can use our pains and trials to make something beautiful.
  • Cranberry Sauce - Romans 5:3-5 - This object lesson by Marianne Grano uses cranberry sauce to teach children that someday they will appreciate the difficulties they now face.
  • He Loves Me... He Loves Me Not! - Romans 5:8 - Use this object lesson to teach children about God's unchanging love. 
  • What is Love? - Romans 5:7-8 - This object lesson uses a large heart-shaped object to teach children what true love looks like.
  • A Picture Tells a Story - Romans 6:4 - Use this object lesson to teach children about the meaning of baptism. 
  • Twister and Sin - Romans 6:23 - This variation of the Twister game by Mimi Bullock teaches children to avoid sin at all costs!
  • God Has No Grandchildren - Romans 8:16 - This lesson by Renee Gorby teaches children that we are all children of God - no grandchildren or great-grandchildren!
  • How Does Your Garden Grow? - Romans 8:25, Philippians 4:6 - Use this lesson to teach children about patiently waiting for God to do his work.
  • Stone Soup Sunday School Lesson - Romans 8:28-29 - Use this story and lesson by Selina Tiesler to teach children that God wants us all to work together for his glory.
  • The Potter and the Clay - Romans 9:21 - This object lesson by Melanie Mays and Michael Napier teaches children that we are the work of God's hands.  
  • Gospel Shoes - 10:15 - This object lesson by Mimi Bullock uses old shoes to teach children about going to the ends of the earth to proclaim God's gospel.
  • Duckville - Romans 10:17-18 - Use this object lesson by Mike Butler to teach children the importance of listening to God.
  • Everyone Needs Tuning - Romans 12:2 - This object lesson by Laura Young uses a radio with an analog tuner to teach children that we need to tune ourselves to God so he can use us.
  • Learning From a Flock of Geese - Romans 12:6-8 - Use this object lesson by Geoff Wilson to teach children about using our gifts to help others.
  • Building Bridges - Romans 13:10 - This object lesson uses sticks and construction items to teach children about living together happily in harmony.
  • The Snooze Alarm - Romans 13:11 - Use this object lesson to teach children about ultimate salvation, and the continual reminders that God sends us.
  • Cell Phone - Romans 15:13 - These object lessons by Mimi Bullock help elucidate the verse for children.
  • New Year's Resolutions Sunday School Lesson - 1 Corinthians 2:2 - This object lesson by Anne Eury uses a calendar to teach children how to live their year in a way that pleases God.
  • New Year's Activity - Use this worksheet by Mimi Bullock to supplement your New Year's lessons.
  • Confetti Balloons - These games are a great idea to help celebrate New Year's. 
  • New Year's Time Capsule for Kid's Church - Mimi Bullock gives you some ideas ofr making a time capsule with your children.
  • Who Can Make a Seed Grow? - 1 Corinthians 3:5-9 - Use this object lesson by Adam Stetson to teach children that God is the only one who turns people into Christians.
  • Are You for Real? - 1 Corinthians 3:13, James 1:22 - This object lesson uses a piece of fool's gold to teach children about being able to withstand the purifying fire of truth.
  • Temple Maintenance - Taking Care of Your Physical Body - 1 Corinthians 6:19-20 - Use this full lesson with activities to teach children about the importance of their body as a Temple of God.
  • How Much Are You Worth? - 1 Corinthians 7:23, Galatians 2:20 - Use this object lesson to teach children about the value God has placed in and on them.
  • Getting the Whole Picture - 1 Corinthians 8:6 - This object lesson by Virginia Goodman uses a picture cut up into pieces to demonstrate the Trinity to children
  • Let the Games Begin - 1 Corinthians 9:25 - Use this object lesson to teach children about the race we run, and how God is the only one who gives us victory.
  • In Remembrance of Me Sunday School Lesson - 1 Corinthians 11:23-25 - This object lesson uses a family photo album or yearbook to teach children that the Lord's Supper is a picture Jesus left us to remember him by.
  • We Will Remember - 1 Corinthians 11:23-26 - Use this object lesson to teach children to remember Jesus, and to remember other important events like September 11.
  • The Savior's Happy Meal - 1 Corinthians 11:23-26 - This object lesson uses a McDonald's Happy Meal to teach children about true happiness in the context of Communion.
  • God's Tool Box - 1 Corinthians 12:4-6 - Use this object lesson to teach children that they all have gifts that God can use to build his kingdom. 
  • The Race You Can't Win Alone - 1 Corinthians 12:12-22 - This object lesson by Rev. Lee Zuehlke uses different props and a game to teach children that they need the rest of the body of Christ - that they can't do Christianity alone.
  • That's What It's All About - 1 Corinthians 12:27 - Use this lesson based on the "Hokey Pokey" song to teach children about the body of Christ - their church. 
  • Candy Bible Object Lessons - 1 Corinthians 12:27 - Use these object lessons by Mimi Bullock and corresponding verses to help illuminate your Sunday school classes!
  • Mismatched Missions - 1 Corinthians 12:27-31 - This object lesson by Kristin Schmidt uses mismatched socks to teach children about our spiritual gifts.
  • Love in Action Sunday School Lesson - 1 Corinthians 13:4-8 - This object lesson by Tanya Roberts uses a suit and jacket and some role-playing to teach children what love is actually about.
  • Love Is... Tracing Worksheet - 1 Corinthians 13:4-8 - Use this worksheet by Felicia Mollohan to supplement any lesson you have on the "love" passage.
  • Bible Puzzle: Love Maze 
  • Revive - Victory Over Death! - 1 Corinthians 15:50-58 - Use this object lesson by Charles Choi to teach children that we need to revive our souls, minds, and hearts in order to have victory over sin and death. 
  • Flowers - 2 Corinthians 2:15 - Use these flower object lessons by Mimi Bullock to teach children about the beauty and growth that God gives us!
  • Are You On Target? - 2 Corinthians 5:9-10 - This object lesson uses a toy bow and arrow set to teach children that our goal throughout the day should be pleasing God. 
  • New Creation Sunday School Lesson - 2 Corinthians 5:16 - This object lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson uses play-doh to teach children about being a new creation.
  • The Best Gift is You - 2 Corinthians 9:15 - This object lesson by Jennifer Riley uses a wrapped Christmas present to teach children that they themselves are the best gift ever!
  • Believing the Truth - Galatians 1:1-12 - Use this object lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson to teach children about the Bible being the ultimately true book.
  • Christ In Me - Galatians 2:20 - Use this object lesson to teach children that apart from Christ, we can't do anything on our own strength. 
  • Clothed in Christ - Galatians 3:23-29 - This object lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson uses pictures of different kinds of people to teach children about our unity as a body of Christ.
  • The Family of God Sunday School Lesson - Galatians 3:26-29 - Use this object lesson to teach children that they can become children of God, no matter who they are or what they've done.
  • The Tater Family - Galatians 5:22-23 - This object lesson uses a variety of potatoes to teach children about the fruits of the Spirit.
  • The Fruit of the Spirit - Galatians 5:22-23 - Use this object lesson to teach children about the fruit of the Spirit in their lives.
  • 3 More "Fruit of the Spirit" Activities - These activities compiled by Mimi Bullock can help fill out a class on the Fruit of the Spirit.
  • Bible Puzzle: Fruit of the Spirit List in Code 
  • Fruit of the Spirit Sunday School Coloring Page
  • Fruit of the Spirit Word Search  
  • The Weightlifters - Galatians 6:2 - This object lesson uses a weightlifting bench and some weights to teach children to love one another and bear each other's burdens.
  • Big Words: Redemption - Ephesians 1:7 - Use this lesson by Tanya Roberts to teach children about the meaning of the concept of redemption.
  • The Grey Elephant from Delaware - Ephesians 1:11-23 - Use this lesson and activity by Rev. Ryon Price to teach children about God's providence and humanity's free will.
  • God's Branding Iron Sunday School Lesson - Ephesians 1:13  - This object lesson by Bryan Clements uses a branding iron to teach children that God marks believers so that he knows who belongs to him.
  • What Do You Have There? - Ephesians 1:15-23 - Use this object lesson by Kathy DuBois to teach children that we need God's help to get through our lives.
  • The Present is a Gift from God - Ephesians 1:18-19 - This object lesson by Renee Gorby uses a toy car or picture of a car with a visible rearview mirror to teach children that our life right now is a gift from God.
  • Transformed for a Purpose - Ephesians 2:1-10 - Use this object lesson by Kathy DuBois to teach children that God molds us so that he can best use us.
  • The Greatest Gift of All - Ephesians 2:8 - This object lesson uses a wrapped gift to teach children about God's gift to humanity - Jesus.
  • The Master Designer Sunday School Lesson - Ephesians 2:10 - Use this object lesson to teach children that God created uss specifically for a plan and a purpose.
  • We Are Many Parts - Ephesians 4:7-13 - This object lesson by Renee Gorby uses a list of church members to teach children that we have different gifts that God uses together to make one whole and effective body.
  • Everyone is Needed - Ephesians 4:7-16 - Use this skit by Kathy DuBois to teach children that the church needs everybody's gifts and talents.
  • Being Like God - Ephesians 4:22-24 - Use this object lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson to teach children how they can become more like God.
  • Anger Scars - Ephesians 4:26 - This object lesson by Dana Keen uses blocks of wood, nails, and hammers to teach children the importance of controlling their anger.
  • Knowing Jesus Through the Sense of Smell - Ephesians 5:2 - Use this lesson by Brittany Bradshaw to teach children how sin broke us apart from God, but that we can know him through the sense he gave us.
  • Soli Deo Gloria Sunday School Lesson - Ephesians 5:19-20 - Use this object lesson to teach children that God alone is worthy of praise and glory.
  • Submission (Servanthood) - Ephesians 5:21 - This object lesson by Andrea Croskery uses cards with words to teach children to think of others before themselves.
  • Bible Puzzle: Hidden Bible Verse (Ephesians 6:1)
  • Junk Food Christians - Ephesians 6:10 - Use this object lesson to teach children that they need to feed their spirits with the Word of God. 
  • The Armor of God - Ephesians 6:11 - This object lesson uses a baseball catcher's equipment to teach children about the armor of God.
  • God's Protective Gear - Ephesians 6:13 - Use this object lesson to teach children that God gives us all the protection we need to live well in this world.
  • Flip Flop - Ephesians 6:15 - These object lessons by Mimi Bullock use flip flops to teach children exciting Bible truths. 
  • Armor of God Sunday School Coloring Page
  • Philippians Bible Verses - 14 pages of Writing Practice Printables
  • Under Construction - Philippians 1:6 - This object lesson uses a construction toy to teach children that God is always working on them, making them new and whole.
  • Proclaiming the Good News - Philippians 1:18 - Use this object lesson by Molly Pepper to teach children the importance of teaching others about Christ.
  • The Servant King - Philippians 2:5-7 - This object lesson uses a crown to teach children that a true king doesn't rule, he serves.
  • Are You Exercising Your Faith? - Philippians 2:12-13 - Use this object lesson by Renee Gorby to teach children the importance of exercising their faith daily.
  • Knocker or Puller? - Philippians 2:14, 4:12 - This object lesson uses a hammer, nails, and a block of wood to teach children how to be content in every situation.
  • The Next Chapter - Philippians 3:12 - Use this object lesson by Renee Gorby to teach children about coping with big changes. 
  • As Sweet as Sugar - Philippians 4:8 - This object lesson by Bob Cooper uses sugar to teach children to sweeten the world around them with their choices.
  • Talking to Kids about Monsters (Fear vs Faith) - Philippians 4:8 - This lesson by Mimi Bullock can help guide discussions about monsters and choosing to think godly thoughts instead of fearful ones.
  • In God's Hands - Philippians 4:13, Isaiah, 41:10 - Use this object lesson to teach children that God is in control of everything in their lives.
  • Without Him Sunday School Lesson - Philippians 4:13, John 15:5 - This object lesson uses a checkerboard, CD, and USB stick to teach children that without God, we can't do anything. 
  • Sometimes We Need Help - Colossians 1:3 - Use this object lesson to teach children about praying, and how they themselves can pray.
  • The Image of the Invisible God - Colossians 1:15-20 - This lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson teaches children about God's invisible nature, and how he revealed himself through Jesus.
  • My Invisible Friend - Colossians 1:15-28 - Use this object lesson by Rev. H. Ken Rodenberger to teach children that Jesus is the visible manifestation of an invisible God.
  • Etch-a-Sketch - Colossians 2:14 - This object lesson by Bob Clements  uses an etch-a-sketch to teach children about God's forgiveness.
  • What Shall I Wear? - Colossians 3:12-14 - Use this object lesson to teach children about choosing the virtues they wear.
  • Thankfulness Journals: Christian Activities for Children - Colossians 3:15-17 - Mimi Bullock shares some ways to help teach children Christian disciplines. 
  • Real or Artificial? - Colossians 3:17 - This object lesson teaches children the need to be authentic in their relationship with God. 
  • Pleasing God - Not Man - 1 Thessalonians 2:1-4 - Use this object lesson by Lisa Johnson to teach children that true happiness comes from pursuing God, not man.
  • Encourage One Another - 1 Thessalonians 5:11 - This object lesson by Kay Sofet uses Post-it-Notes to teach children about the importance of encouraging one another.
  • The Pilgrims Gave Thanks - 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 - Use this lesson by Gabriel Krell to teach children about the importance of thanksgiving. 
  • Keep in Touch Sunday School Lesson - 1 Thessalonians 5:17 - This object lesson by Brenda Zack uses a cell phone to teach children about the importance of praying continually.  
  • Bible Puzzle: Hidden Bible Verse - 1 Thessalonians 5:17 
  • Hold Fast to the Bible - 2 Thessalonians 2:15 - Use this object lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson to teach children about holding fast to the Word of God.
  • Sharing Our Wealth - 1 Timothy 1:6-8, 18 - This object lesson uses a tooth fairy pouch to teach children about generosity and being content with what God has given us.
  • Playing on Jesus' Team Sunday School Lesson - 1 Timothy 1:12-17 - This lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson uses a ball to teach children about what it means to be a disciple.
  • How to Be Happy Drama Script - 1 Timothy 6:6-19 - Use this script by Rev. Steve Wilson with your children to teach them about being content with whatever they have.
  • The Love of Money - 1 Timothy 6:10 - This object lesson by Bret Snyder uses a clear vase with a dollar on the bottom to teach children that the love of money is the root of all evil.
  • Proud to Be A Christians - 2 Timothy 1:8, 12 - Use this object lesson to teach children that there's no shame in the Gospel of Christ.
  • Using Our Tools - 2 Timothy 2:15 - This object lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson uses a toolbox with tools in it to teach children about using their spiritual identity.
  • Making the Grade - 2 Timothy 2:15 - Use this object lesson to teach children how to live in a way that pleases God and makes him proud.
  • Instructions for Life - 2 Timothy 3:14-16 - Use this object lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson to teach children how the Bible is like an instruction manual.
  • Read the Directions - 2 Timothy 3:14-4:5 - This object lesson by Cindy Haag uses K-Nex toys to teach children that the Bible contains directions for our lives.
  • A Season for God - 2 Timothy 4:1-4 - Use this object lesson by Wilson Cheeley to teach children about spending time with God. 
  • Finishing the Race - 2 Timothy 4:7 - These object lessons by Mimi Bullock to teach children about finishing well.
  • A Living Hope - 1 Peter 1:3 - Use this objcet lesson by Renee Gorby to teach children that Christ is not dead, but alive and loving us today. 
  • Who Are We? - 1 Peter 1:9-10 - This lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson teaches children about how special they are, and how Christ made them that way.
  • Look on the Inside - 1 Peter 3:3-4, 1 Samuel 16:7 - Use this object lesson to teach children that Christ judges based on what's on the inside, not the outside.
  • Always Be Prepared - 1 Peter 3:15 - This lesson by Renee Gorby teaches children to always be ready to share their testimony.
  • The Death of Peter - 1 Peter 3:15-17 - Use this lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson to teach children about how Peter died, and why he didn't want to die just like Jesus.
  • Hospitality Sunday School Lesson - 1 Peter 4:9 - This object lesson by Christine DeBoer uses a welcome mat and a pineapple to teach children the importance of hospitality.
  • Victory Over the Pain of Suffering - 1 Peter 4:12, 19 - Use this object lesson by Charles Choi to teach children how to overcome pain and suffering.
  • Take it to God - 1 Peter 5:6-7 - This object lesson by Ruben Velasco uses a doctor's bag to teach children to take their problems to Jesus.
  • Jesus Is All You Need! - 2 Peter 1:3 - Use this object lesson to teach children that Jesus can do every and anything - they don't need anything or anyone else.
  • Don't Be Afraid - 1 John 1:5, Psalms 27:1 - This object lesson uses a nightlight or flashlight to teach children that God never leaves us, and takes away our fear.
  • True Believers - 1 John 1:5-2:6 - This lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson teaches children about what it means to be a true believer of Christ.
  • Being Sorry Lesson and Skit - 1 John 1:9 - Use this skit and object lesson by Mimi Bullock to teach children about the importance of being sorry and repenting.
  • See God's Love - Strawberry Syrup - 1 John 3:1 - Use this object lesson by Mimi Bullock to teach children about the good gifts God has given us.
  • Breaking the Law - 1 John 3:4-5 - This object lesson by Mimi Bullock uses a cowboy costume to teach children what it means to break God's law.
  • True Love - 1 John 3:18 - Use this object lesson by Chris Dickens to teach children about he importance of loving one another sincerely.
  • How Much Are We Worth? - 1 John 4:10 - This object lesson by Chris Dickens uses a silver dollar or Sacajawea dollar to teach children about God's love.
  • How Can We Know? - 1 John 4:7-21 - Use this lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson to teach children about how they can be assured of their salvation.
  • Who Has Seen the Wind? - 1 John 4:12 - This object lesson uses a kite to teach children that even though we can't see God, we still know he is there.
  • God Loves Us This Much - 3 John 1:4 - Use this object lesson by Milann Daugherty to teach children how much God loves them.
  • The Neglected Gift - Hebrews 2:3 - This object lesson uses a wristwatch to teach children about the importance of keeping Jesus at the center of our lives.
  • Why Jesus Told Parables - Hebrews 4:12 - Use complete lesson plan by Tara Tegard to teach children about why Jesus told parables. (This lesson is 1 of 9 lessons about Jesus' parables.)
  • Fingerstache - Hebrews 4:13 - Mimi Bullock presents an object lesson that you can use to teach children that they can't hide from God.
  • A Shot in the Arm - Hebrews 10:25, Psalm 119:11 - Use this object lesson to teach children the importance of remaining connected to the body of Christ.
  • Things I Don't Understand - Hebrews 11:1 - This object lesson uses a CD, cell phone, and other such devices to teach children how faith works.
  • Run the Race Sunday School Lesson - Hebrews 12:2 - Use this object lesson to teach children to overcome all the obstacles between them and Jesus.
  • Are You Smarter than a Fifth Grader? - Hebrews 12:2 - This object lesson by Allison Eastin uses signs from the TV show to teach children that God gives them help to understand and know him.
  • Why Does God Allow Us to Have Bad Days? - Hebrews 12:5-6, 10 - Use this object lesson by Matthew Stevens to teach children that God loves us so much that sometimes he lets hard things happen.
  • Jesus Never Changes - Hebrews 13:8 - This object lesson uses a kaleidoscope to teach children that Jesus always remains the same - great, kind, gracious, and loving!
  • Sharing with Grapes - Hebrews 13:16 - Use this object lesson by Mimi Bullock to teach children about sincere sharing.
  • Pumping Up! - James 1:2-3 - Use this object lesson to teach children how we become stronger Christians.
  • Turn to the Source - James 1:17 - This object lesson uses a small portable radio to teach children that God provides for us when we are turned towards him.
  • Investing Yourself - James 1:17 - Use this object lesson by Kelly Cope to teach children to use their resources to further God's kingdom.
  • What's Cooking Sunday School Lesson - James 1:22 - This object lesson uses cookbooks to teach children that we have to put God's Word into action.
  • Hungry? Make a Snack! - James 1:22 - Use this object lesson by Barbra Karplus to teach children that they must do something with what they hear, or else it is meaningless.
  • A Spiritual Workout - James 1:22-25 - This object lesson by Amber uses a workout video to teach children that they must obey God's Word.
  • Bible Puzzle: Hidden Bible Verse - James 1:22
  • Playing Favorites - James 2:1, 8-9 - Use this object lesson to teach children that partiality towards other people is always wrong. 
  • Things That Go Together - James 2:18 - This object lesson uses different things that go together (eggs and bacon, salt and pepper) to teach children that faith needs deeds, and deeds need faith.
  • Baking Soda - James 3:2-8 - This object lesson by Mimi Bullock teaches children about the importance of controlling our anger.
  • Fruit Punch - James 3:11 - Use this object lesson by Mimi Bullock to teach children about being consistent with our words.
  • The Five W's of Prayer - James 5:16 - Use this object lesson to teach children an effective way to pray for things that are important to them. 
  • The Glory of Christ - Revelation 1:1-20 - This in-depth lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson teaches children about the glory of Christ as revealed in the Revelation.
  • The New Jerusalem - Revelation 21- Use this lesson by Rev. Steve Wilson to teach children about what their future in heaven might look like.
  • Heaven is Real - Revelation 21:1-4 - This video and lesson by Robert Taylor helps show children a powerful testimony of Heaven's reality.
  • The Water of Life - Revelation 22:17 - Use this object lesson to teach children that we need Jesus in order to live well.
 
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Valentine's Day Online Sunday School Lessons
  • Valentine's Day Love: Grades 4 to 6 - Ephesians 4:13-17 - This lesson and activity by Children's Ministry Magazine helps teach children to show the love of Christ to others.
  • Crafts: Valentine's Day - Use these crafts by Children's Ministry Magazine to help you spark ideas for a Valentine's Day lesson.
  • Valentine's Day Lesson: Pre to K - Mark 10:13-16 - This lesson by Children's Ministry Magazine for PreK-Kindergarten students teaches about showing how much we love others.

Winter Olympics
  • Family Olympics - Use these ideas from Children's Ministry Magazine to host your own family Olympics!
  • Olympic-Sized Faith - Use some of these thoughts from Children's Ministry Magazine to help you and your children find a huge amount of faith in God's goodness.
Spring Activities
  • Community Garden - Use some of these ideas from Children's Ministry Magazine to help give you ideas for fun crafts to do with your lessons.
  • Spring Fling - Use this idea from Children's Ministry Magazine of planting to get children involved with stewarding God's earth well.
  • Spring Blossoms - Create some of your own flowers and imitate God the creator with this fun craft from Children's Ministry Magazine!
  • Squishy Butterflies - Help children celebrate God's creative power by allowing them to create their own butterfly craft. Courtesy of Children's Ministry Magazine!


Lent Online Sunday School Lessons


President's Day Online Sunday School Lessons


Saint Patrick's Online Sunday School Lessons
  • Lucky Charms Sunday School Lesson - Matthew 5:3-11 - Use this lesson and craft by Children's Ministry Magazine to teach children about blessing being better than luck.
  • Irish blessings - Use this short list of Irish blessings from Children's Ministry Magazine to help end your lesson.

 
Palm Sunday Online Sunday School Lessons 

 
Easter Online Sunday School Lessons

Easter Crafts and Activities:
  • 5 Most Popular Easter Resources - This compilation by Ministry-to-Children.com collects the 5 most useful Easter crafts, projects, and lessons they have.
  • Little Lambs - John 10:27 - This craft and activity from Children's Ministry Magazine helps teach children how Jesus takes care of them as lambs.
  • Easter Pleasers - Matthew 28:1-7 - Use this tasty craft from Children's Ministry Magazine to teach children about the first resurrection.
  • Living Easter Baskets - Isaiah 58:11 - Create little Easter baskets to remind children that God always takes care of them. Courtesy of Children's Ministry Magazine.


Mother's Day Online Sunday School Lessons
  • Mother's Day Match Game Bible Lesson - 2 Timothy 1:5 - This object lesson uses the entire congregation to teach children to give thanks for the strong example set by their mothers.


Memorial Day Online Sunday School Lessons
  • 7 Quotes for Memorial Day - These quotes compiled by David Jennings can help you plan your Memorial Day Sunday School lesson.
  • 3 Memorial Day Ideas - Use these three lessons by David Jennings to find a fun way to celebrate Memorial Day with children.


Father's Day Online Sunday School Lessons


Summer Activities
  • Sublime Summer Evenings - Use one of these 10 ideas from Children's Ministry Magazine to engage families together to come celebrate God and summer.
  • Splash Into a Spectacular Summer - This article from Children's Ministry Magazine can help you plan the most exciting summer Sunday school your church has seen yet.


Thanksgiving Online Sunday School Lessons

Fall Online Sunday School Lessons

Other Game, Object, and Activity Online Sunday School Lessons

Bible coloring pages, activity pages, and crafts can be just the thing to complete and compliment your children’s lesson.

English Bible Coloring Pages

Spanish Bible Coloring Pages

English Bible Activity Pages

Spanish Bible Activity Pages

English Crafts

If you know of other resources for Bible coloring pages, activity pages, or crafts, please let me know in the Comments section below and I’ll add them to the list here.


Teaching Tips
  • Ministering to Children of Divorce - This article from Children's Ministry Magazine can help you understand and know how to best love on children who may not always be present because of their parent's divorce.
  • Turn Around This Ministry - How do you deal with difficult volunteer helpers? Children's Ministry Magazine has some ideas that might help you confront difficult people in a loving way.
  • Solving (Sunday Morning) Chaos - If leading Sunday School leaves you stressed rather than excited, you might find some of Barbara Vogelgesang's solutions helpful to you.
  • Solving the Volunteer Crisis - This article by Thomas W. McKee can help you understand how you can increase your number of volunteering helpers.
  • Welcome Packets - It's important to make sure that every parent and child that comes through your Sunday School program understands what you're doing, why it matters, and why they matter. Jane Yarbrough explains one of the ways that her church has successfully communicated this to parents.
  • Fantastic Follow-Up - How should you follow-up with parents and children who check out your church? Children's Ministry Magazine has some ideas that you might find useful.
  • 29 Time Crunchers - If you struggle to manage time in your Sunday School class, consider some of these tips and ideas from Jennifer Hooks.
  • Making the Bible Irresistible for Kids - Teaching a Sunday School class is about your kids - so how do you present the Bible in a way that is meaningful to children? These 6 tips from Dana Wilkerson should help you get on the right path.
  • Teaching Bible Stories to Preschoolers - Teaching pre-schoolers is definitely different than teaching any other age group. With these 4 tips from Debbie O'Neal, you should be able to clearly communicate who God is to even the youngest pre-schooler.
  • 4 Kid-Friendly Bible Studies - This article from Children's Ministry Magazine should help you find 4 ways to engage children in studying the Bible effectively.
  • Big Church Hurts - Debbie Vallejo and Jennifer Hooks discuss some reasons why you need to incorporate Big Church into your Children's Ministry.
  • On-Track Children's Church - Diagnose your children's ministry and use Rick Chromey's ideas to help put your ministry where God wants it.
  • Where Should Children Worship? - Understand the different sides of the worship debate with Children's Ministry Magazine's article discussing the pros and cons of different modes of worship in the context of children's ministry.
 
Safety Tips 
  • Check 'Em In and Out - This article by David Posthuma can help you figure out the best way to incorporate a check-in system for your children's ministry.
  • Safety First - It might seem like a hassle to do a background check on all of your volunteers, but this article by Bob D'Ambrosio breaks down the process to ease your concerns.
  • Stop the Abuse - Pat Verbal breaks down the signs to watch for, and steps to take in abuse cases.
  • Child Abuse Indicators - If you work with children, you are required by law to report any suspicions of child abuse, so here's some of the signs to look for. Compiled by Children's Ministry Magazine.

Discipline Tips


  • How Birth Order Affects Classroom Behavior - There's always a reason for troublesome behavior. Barbara Beach compiled a list of characteristics to help keep you aware and help you manage children more effectively.
  • Excuse Me - Carmen Kamrath breaks down the reasons why children are disrespectful and offers some ideas to help you stay in control of the classroom.
  • Discipline: The Time-Out Chair - This article from the Children's Ministry Magazine discusses the pros and cons of using a time-out chair as a disciplinary tool.
  • Discipline Q & A: Foul Language - Church needs to be a safe place for people to grow - this article by Gordon and Becki West helps break down problems with foul language.
 
Teacher Training Tips