The Children's Bible Club Blog — Bible
Order Now to Share the True Story of Easter!
Stores are full of bunnies, baskets, colored eggs,and frills, but as the Greeks requested, may we help children "see Jesus" (John 12:21). Songs are a great way to engage children and teach an important lesson at the same time! Explore our Visualized Song Collection HERE For even more in-depth study, see our illustrated flashcard lesson books on the Crucifixion and Resurrection of Christ HERE. Use the search bar at the top of this page for more products or email us with any questions. We will be happy to recommend studies for your children! While you're here, don't forget to print your...
Special Edition: Valentine's Newz for Kids!
We've put together a special edition of our bi-monthly newsletter "Kidz Newz" just for you! It's VALENTINE'S NEWZ with fun pictures to color, a puzzle, and a song. Just click the picture below to open up a printable. Print enough to share at your party or the classroom and spread the Good News of God's love this Valentine's Day! (Click the image above or HERE to print and enjoy!) "For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosever believeth in Him, should not perish but have everlasting life." -John 3:16
The Living Water: A lesson from the Loveable Koala
THE LOVABLE KOALA “Ah, he’s so cute!” Everyone loves the koala! He is quite famous for his rides on Quantas Airlines, and his picture is even on the national crest of Australia. He may look like a soft, cuddly teddy bear, but he really is not a bear at all. He is a marsupial! (There’s a good practice word for your phonics!) Marsupial means that his mother has a nice soft pouch in which to carry her baby. The Lord made him just right for his home in Australia. The aborigines people named him. In their language, “koala” means...
TWELVE GOING ON TWENTY (A True Story of William Bradford) by Aunt Carolyn
(Taken from Wally the Wallaby and other short stories as told by "Aunt Carolyn") “Austerfield!” chanted one young fellow. “No, it’s Ousterfield!” taunted another. “Ah, plain Osterfield, it is!” The scoffing boys threw their taunts at young William Bradford as he passed. Although the sickly boy ignored them, the jeers continued relentlessly. “Ousterfield, Osterfield — who knows where the poor orphan was born?” “Why, in Yorkshire, don’t you know?” “Yorkshire? Of course! Yorkshire Pudding!” The insults continued. “Yorkshire Pudding to be sure? Where else would such a pious fanatic come from?” And the taunting boys laughed rudely as they ran...
Coloring isn't just for adults...
With the current adult coloring book craze going on, don't forget that KIDS like to color too! We have a unique selection on our website of coloring books and activities and are planning to expand this section soon. Shop Here: COLORING