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17 Kids Sunday School Crafts

These religious craft ideas are wonder for children of all ages.

By: Caitlin Kavanaugh, Editor,
Kids Sunday School Crafts

Sunday school crafts are a wonderful way to teach kids about faith. Kids of all ages love craft time! Whether you're kids are part of a religious or public school, there's tons of crafts you can do with them to teach them about religion and faith. These 17 Kids Sunday School Crafts are really great for anytime or any reason.

If your kids are participating in any vacation Bible school activities, we have a bunch of summer crafts for kids that are perfect for camp, youth retreats, and other outdoor adventures. And holiday crafts are great Sunday school activities for toddlers and young children. Kids will love getting their hands dirty and creating beautiful projects for all their friends and loved ones. But one thing's for sure, kids will love getting crafty with these fun Christian crafts!

Sunday School Craft ideas

Whether you're kids are going to religious school or public school, the first day can be very exciting!  These religious crafts can be used for any purpose and can be altered to fit any occasion. Most of these Christian arts and crafts would be great for camp, too!

  • Bottle Cap Crosses

    Religious crafts like this are great because they're also Earth friendly!  Use old bottle caps to create this cute cross, and fill them with pictures of the people who are most important to you.

  • Homemade Story Book for Kids

    With a little paint, small buttons and photos of your child, you can make your own story book with him or her as the main character. This is a great family craft or an idea for crafts for Sunday school.

  • Fishy Fun Hand Prints

    Learning about creation?  Make these adorable fishy plates to display in the classroom!  Kids can decorate the fish however they'd like, and these make great Sunday school decorations when each kid does a different fish design!

  • Rainbow Snake

    Religious crafts like this Rainbow Snake are fun for the whole family!  Each segment can represent a family goal or belief and the whole snake can act as a reminder of family togetherness and bonding. 

  • Scribbles 'N Nibbles Lunchbox

    Every kid loves lunchtime!  Help you little one decorate his or her lunch pail to make it just as unique as they are!

  • Personalized Back-To-School Frame

    Crafts for Sunday school don't have to be religious.  This Back to School frame is a great project to help kids remember this life-changing day!

  • Recycled Treat Containers

    Need some ideas for kids and toddlers?  Sunday school lessons are great when they combine several messages.  These containers can teach kids about recycling, saving the Earth, and creation all at the same time!

  • Simple Popsicle Stick Crosses

    This is a lovely and easy project for Vacation Bible School or regular Sunday school with the kids. Children of all ages can make this project, and you can even watch the video tutorial.

  • Thankful Pins

    Thanksgiving crafts to make you more thankful for those around you. Create a pin that shows off who and what you are thankful for this year.

  • Woven Mug Rug

    Weaving is such a fun project for kids to learn! All you need are enough little looms and they can go home with a sweet new mug rug.

Summer Sunday School Crafts

Sunday school craft ideas can be a great way for kids to prepare for other religious activities like camps and youth group retreats!  These crafts are all outdoor themed, perfect vacation Bible school craft ideas or Christian crafts to help kids bond in the warmer months.

  • Hand Painted Rock Bugs

    Kids will love this Sunday school craft!  These painted rocks are a great project for kids who are going to a summer camp.  They can find rocks they like and turn them into their favorite animals! 

  • Camping Tote

    Help kids get ready for vacation, camp, or a retreat with this cute camp tote.  They can decorate it however they'd like!

  • Kiddie Bug Box

    Kids of all ages will love this Kiddie Bug Box! Behind the protection of a viewing window, kids can watch and admire some of God's smallest creations!

  • Fun at Camp Mosaic

    Here's a great youth group craft.  This camp mosaic is a fun project to do upon a return from a retreat, to help remember all the fun times everyone had together.

  • Glow in the Dark Name Bracelet

    If kids are going camping or out in the woods, these glow in the dark bracelets are a must.  Though they're not religious crafts, these are still important in helping protect your precious creations! 

Christmas Craft Ideas for Sunday School

Kids love to craft for the holidays. These Christmas kids crafts are perfect for making in the classroom and giving to all your friends and family!

  • "Hand" Made Ornaments

    These adorable handmade ornaments are a fun and easy activity to do with your kids. It's an easy Christmas craft that will take no time to make, and you can look back on your kids' little hands from years past.

  • Kids' Beaded Angel

    Religious crafts like this Beaded Angel are great for Christmas.  Kids will love how easy they are to make and they would look cute on a tree or a gift package.

  • Tuna Can Nativity Ornaments

    These tuna can nativity ornaments are just the cutest!  These easy recycled crafts are fun for the whole family to make together.

  • Rose Angel DIY Ornament

    This is a lovely ornament idea that's easy enough for kids to make at Sunday School. Help them with the glue but otherwise they can simply decorate cookie cutters with sweet flowers for a lovely new ornament.

  • Little Nativity Toilet Paper Roll Craft

    Have the kids bring in some toilet paper rolls or paper towel rolls to make a nativity out of recycled materials.

  • Shell of Hope Nativity Christmas Ornament

    You might want to save this project for your older kids, but this ornament is so stunning! Grab some shells and some pearls and put together a uniquely lovely nativity ornament.

Easter Craft Ideas for Sunday School

  • Beaded Religious Easter Card

    This Beaded Easter card makes a great craft for Sunday School.  Kids can decorate it however they'd like and send it to a special friend! 

  • Cross Stitch Easter Canvas Cross Bookmarks

    This is the sweetest plastic canvas project that kids will love to make. They can use this as a bookmark for their Bibles.

  • Decoupaged Easter Cross

    Get the kids involved with a decoupage tutorial! Start with a wooden cross and let the kids choose the patterned paper of their liking to decorate. Beads and other embellishments will also look lovely.

What crafts do you remember making in Sunday school?

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My preschoolers in my home daycare will love making these! Sometimes its hard for them to squeeze the glue out of the bottle, so I pour some in a container and let the kids dip in a Popsicle stick to get their glue out. I use a small, glass votive candle holder because its heavy and doesnt tip over like a lightweight plastic dish would. Its also deeper than wide, so you dont have to put in a lot of glue for the kids to get enough glue on their sticks.

Love this site.

Not really. I am looking for religious easter crafts.

verry good and more idea.


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