As I was brainstorming Bible lesson craft ideas, in particular for my Fall of Man lesson, I thought about a sheep craft. Since Abel sacrificed a sheep to God, I thought a sheep craft could be fun, and then I thought of 3 easy Bible sheep crafts that only use a few supplies.
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Bible sheep craft supplies
printable (on the subscriber page, come subscribe here), cotton balls, glue, paint, markers
Bible sheep craft 1
This is the easiest, and least messy craft.
Are you ready?
Literally, glue the cotton balls on the sheep. This is great for preschoolers working on the pincer movement. The less messy version is using a glue stick, but learning how to use the right amount of glue is a big lesson for little kids, so if you’ve got the time and patience, that’s a great item way to do it.
Bible sheep craft 2
If you want to make it a little more complicated, then shred the cotton ball, and glue it on. This one looks really cute when it’s done.
And just in case you’re a Sunday School teacher who is not super crafty, OR organizing crafts for Sunday School classes I’ve got printable instructions.
I discovered what may seem intuitive to me, is not always intuitive to someone else, so I’m working on slowly creating step-by-step picture instructions for all the various Bible crafts.
Bible sheep craft 3
I like the tactile sensory of this particular craft. In my sample, I used q-tips to make it, but I think it would be super satisfying to use your fingers.
I love how all the variations of crafts work, and how you can use several different versions for so many Bible lessons.
Bible lessons you might use this with
- Fall of Man lesson
- Psalms 23 lesson
- Lost sheep parable (oh man, I need to get this written)
- Abraham and Isaac lesson
- several David lessons: David and Goliath talks about David as a shepherd
- What other lessons might you do this with?
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