Coloring Thru the Bible (Genesis 1-9)Color Thru the Bible
Recently, we started reading through the Bible from Cover to Cover again as a family. I like to give my younger children coloring pages to go along with the passages to help them in the learning and understanding process. I thought I would start a new series of posts on my favorite resources for coloring thru the Bible. So, here is one of my favorites for Genesis.
This website has several packets for the book of Genesis. She has a creation package on Genesis chapter 1. She has an Adam and Eve packet, and a Noah packet as well. I have a membership to Mama’s Learning Corner, and love using it. I like the simplicity of these coloring sheets, and I love that she uses whole verses. Lastly, I love that she includes a simple tracing at the bottom of each page.
I have my preschooler, first grader, third grader, and my two fourth graders all color, trace, and read me each page. This is a simple exercise that helps them practice reading, writing, and coloring excellently. These simple skills help them develop a mind for excellence and a love for God’s Word.
Do you have a favorite coloring book for Genesis, please share it with us if you do?
Adam and Eve in the Garden Coloring Pages
Noah and the Flood
Here is a cut cover page for a Genesis coloring packet. Free download from teachers pay teachers.
There is lots and lots of free Bible copywork online. Here is a link to a color and copy for Genesis 1.
Color and Copywork Genesis FREE
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