Print this fun coloring page for kids to color this Mother’s Day! Download the coloring page here or share this link with families if your church is meeting virtually.
Print out these fun coloring pages for church or home! Encourage kids to hang up their artwork (with a parent’s permission) somewhere they will see it often to help them memorize scripture.
Coloring pages by Sarah Humphrey. Sarah is a wife and homeschool mom to three kids while also working as an artist, author, and voice actor. Her writing and doodling can be found in her devotional, “40 Days to a Joyful Motherhood” and her voice in several commercials, children’s books, and audiobooks.
Download these coloring pages to help kids celebrate Valentine’s Day this Sunday! If your church is meeting virtually, share the pages with families via email.
I love Father’s Day. It’s always a fun day in my house since I have four loving little boys. I have an amazing dad and I’m thankful that God blessed me with such a caring father.
It’s always great to have a Father’s Day craft for kids and this year, we’ve created three cards that you can download and let your kids color for their dads.
1. There’s Something I “mustache” You!
To add a little more interest to this card, I took a piece of bow-tie macaroni and painted it and added to the front. I really like the result, but if you are pressed for time and don’t have time to make fresh bow-tie macaroni (or run to the grocery store which is what I did!) it’s perfectly fine without it.
2. 100 Grand
Purchase some mini 100 Grand candy bars and give one to each kid. Simply have them color their cards and then tape the 100 Grand candy bar where noted on the printout. Dads will love this sweet-treat of a Father’s Day card.
3. A Good Father
This card is super simple. Just print, fold, and let your kiddos color. Dad will love the artwork of his kids!
Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays. Probably because it is the official start of the holiday season with Christmas just a month away. But I also love it because it doesn’t have all of the stress of Christmas. I also love the colors and smells associated with Thanksgiving and, of course, the food. My uncle was a dietician at a nursing home for many years. I know that every year he would make the patients their favorite Thanksgiving foods, but for many, this was the only reminder of Thanksgiving they would receive.
The other day, I was sitting in a meeting when the tissue box sitting in the corner seemed to be yelling at me: “Do something with me!” That’s it, I thought, as I finished my meeting and headed to my friend Jackie’s office. I asked her to make me a template and coloring page for a Thanksgiving service project.
Jackie created this cute design that I thought would be perfect for kids to spread a little Thanksgiving decor and cheer.
This Thanksgiving season, why not plan an event where your kids color up a few of these designs and then you all deliver them as a class to local shut-ins and nursing homes? Share the message “Jesus loves you!” with all of those you come in contact with. We have so much for which to be thankful! Download your tissue box page here.