Cain & Abel Bible Sheep Craft

Sunday, January 28, 2018

Cain & Abel Bible Sheep Craft

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Kids will have fun making this super cute sheep craft for a Cain and Abel Sunday School Lessons for Preschool, Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd grade kids.
Cain and Abel Bible Craft! This Sunday School Sheep Craft for Kids perfect for preschool, kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd grade kids




Cain and Abel brought offerings to God. We can offer our very best to God and give glory to Him with our lives. God can use what we are good at and the things that we have to show others how great He is! We can honor Him with our lives.




Cain and Abel Sheep Craft


Can and Abel Bible Craft for Kids

We used this paper with a summary of the Cain and Abel story with reference we printed on colored card stock.

Glue on black construction paper legs (2-4 depending on view you are making); also cut out a black sheep head and have 2 googly eyes on hand.

Sheep Craft for Kids


Kids use white acrylic fingerprint to make body of a sheep. We had baby wipes handy to clean off their finger. Allow to dry (it shouldn't take more than a 5-10 minutes)

Attach black construction paper face and feet. Add googly eyes for face.

post it note activity for sunday school lessons

Draw a heart on your white board. Have children write sins on the sticky side of sticky note and put them on the cross (so no one can see their sins; it is between them and God).  Explain that Confessing sins means praying and telling God about what we have done that isn’t pleasing to Him. He already knows those sins, but He wants us to pray and turn from those sins and turn to Him. Take sins off and rip in half and throw out.  Jesus paid for our sin so we wouldn’t have to.


Cain’s sin separated him from God and people. Our sin separates us from God and people too, but through Jesus we can be made right with God.


Sunday School Lessons


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