Man through the roof craft

In our group for Reception – Year Two we are doing a series of Bible Stories that can be found here.  This week we began with the man through the roof story (healing of the paralysed man) from Mark 2:1-12.

We made a craft using a square envelope for the house. This is my version. The picture of the man is from page 79 of the free lesson available from Teachkids.eu.   The lesson is found in the Preschooler section and is called ‘Little kids can know God through his miracles’.

And these are the crafts created by the children

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4 thoughts on “Man through the roof craft

  1. Clare Pooley

    This must be a really fun way to teach the bible stories to little children. The only things I remember from Sunday School are the colouring-in activities we did. I liked the picture of Elijah and the ravens we were given and there were a few parable ones and Jesus’ life ones. I am sure we were told stories and I can remember sitting on the floor in front of the teacher but all I remember of those sessions is being bored! What a horrible child I was!

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    1. Rachel Ball Post author

      Hi Clare – a belated Happy New Year! It’s funny what we remember isn’t it! I remember listening to the story of Jericho as two of our teachers acted it out by crawling around the walls (chairs). I must have been about four years old.

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