for younger children:
for elementary age children:
Especially for kids ages 6-12, from the CRC (Christian Reformed Church in America), here are audio adventures, Bible stories, puzzles, and more.
If you like to write, this might be a good website for you. http://kids.faithwriters.com/ [As always, be safe on the internet.]
All the work on here is from children. Each writing is as different as its author. We may not agree with everything that’s there but it IS good for thinking about life and faith.
BUILDING WITH LEGOS: you can show a Bible story with Legos! Here’s how to make a Bible video with Legos. Enjoy!
VIBRANT FAITH has a JUST FOR KIDS page. Each season--spring, summer, winter, fall--they post more than fifty new faith-forming activities and articles. Here you will find links to all activities Just For Kids, current and past seasons alike.
Some examples include "A Cool Rule" about St Benedict, a monk from a long, long, time ago that still has something to teach us, and even some faith-ways to think about the Star Wars movie! 50 possibilities!
Be sure to see that each of these activity pages has a DO IT and SHARE IT button. The DO IT button has your instructions.
PRAYING FOR KIDS:
Praying is having a conversation with God. It’s about both talking and listening. There are many ways to pray and there are many prayers already written that can help us pray.
Here are some other web related places to find prayers that you can pray:
Here are some other webpages that have fun pictures and lots of clicks:
http://www.essex1.com/pages/paul/kidspryr.html. Not only are there prayers, but some things about the Bible and Jesus here.
Some well-known prayers are in Cary Presbyterian Church’s (CPC) Walking in Faith Travel Guide (6 levels worth!). These are prayers that we use in church and at home. They include the Lord's Prayer and some table graces (prayers before meals).