Moses Bible Crafts for Kids

Sunday, June 3, 2018

Moses Bible Crafts for Kids

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WOW! This is a really cool Sunday School Lessons for kids about baby Moses and Moses and the Burning Bush. The fun kids activities and bible craft is perfect for Preschool, Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd grade kids.

Moses Bible Craft for kids - perfect for sunday school lessons on baby moses in basket and moses and the burning bush for preschool, kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade. LOVE the tea light idea

Old Testament Lessons


Moses Bible Crafts for Kids

Weave a Placemat Craft

Moses in baseket placemat weaving bible craft for kids


Moses’ mother wove a basket out of papyrus so she could protect her son. God protected Moses by guiding Pharaoh’s daughter to find Moses in the basket. Pharaoh’s daughter adopted Moses as her son, which made Moses the grandson of the man who wanted to kill all of the Israelite boys! God rescued Moses to deliver His people from captivity. Each time you use your place mat, remember God’s plan to rescue us from sin.

placemat weaving craft for kids - great for preschool, kindergarten, 1st grade, and 2nd grade kids


This is a classic craft, but in case you haven't seen it done here is how to make this simple paper craft for kids:


Hold a piece of construction paper horizontally with edges touching, cut slits to 1-2" from edge.


Next cut strips of construction paper and weave through flaps going over, under, over, under, etc. Slide all the way to the left and repeat until you've finished your placemat.


Burning Bush Craft for Kids

This craft has an amazing WOW factor with kids! 

burning bush bible craft for kids

You will need clear cups, glue (stick is easier to work with and dries quicker), and strips of red/orange/yellow tissue paper.

burning bush tea light craft for kids

Spread glue all over the inside surface of the cup.

Press tissue paper strips around the inside of the cup to make flames.


We wrote on the outside of the cup in sharpie "Here I am" which is what Moses said to God at the burning bush. We reminded the kids that this should be our response.

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