Books of the Bible Snack for Kids
To kick start our year in a really fun, memorable way I made these Books of the Bible Snacks.
They are made out of apple Newton cookies with a fruit by the foot tassel, and icing to make the book top.
The kids LOVED them!
It is easiest to make these like an assembly line. Do step 1 for all cookies, then step 2 for all cookies, etc. First cut off one of the sides (so you can see the pages on three sides of the cookie). Next use kitchen scissors to cut a tassel out of red fruit roll-up. Now use a knife to gently push the tassel into the bottom of the cookie. Finally, use icing to put a cross & edges on the Bible cookie.
Note: They are a little time consuming. I had to make 100 of them [we have a large class] and it took me a couple hours.
Books of the Bible Bulletin Board
In our 1st grade Sunday School room I made this “bulletin board” to help the kids see the books of the Bible as we work on learning them.
The colors represent the different sections of the Bible:
- Major Prophets
- Minor Prophets
- Church History
Inside each book I wrote a short description on what that book is all about and some major themes or stories from it. I love that as a teacher I am always in the word, reviewing, and learning myself!
More Books of the Bible Ideas:Here are more Books of the Bible crafts & activities we did to help the 1st graders learn the 66 books of the Bible.
- Printable Books of the Bible Bookmark Craft
- Books of the Bible Scramble (printable game)
- Books of the Bible Bookcase (printable books)
- Army of Spoons
- Lego Books of the Bible
- Pool Noodle Activity
- 66 Books on Tee
- Cup Build Up
- Discs of the Bible