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Since Covid has been keeping us from having traditional kid’s bible classes at church, I had to get creative and make some fun activities for the kids of my church to do at home. I created a whole bunch of Prayer-themed printables and lessons for the kids at my church and I wanted to share them all with you too! They were a BIG hit with the kids and the moms too!

You can download all 10 printables here for FREE and after purchase, the printables will be available for instant download (You will not receive an email)

If you do any of these activities with your kids, please share pictures on Instagram and tag me @deonnawadeart

Here is what you will get:

  • Prayer Bracelet Printable
  • Static Prayer Science Experiment
  • Prayer Bear Label
  • Fizzing Prayer Bath Dough Experiment
  • Prayer Blocks
  • 2 Memory Verse Printables
  • Prayer Journal Label
  • Instruction Page
  • The Five Finger Prayer Printable

Let me explain each one a little bit better:

Prayer Bracelet Printable

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Static Prayer Science Experiment:

Use the printable and attach it to a Ziploc bag with a balloon and some small square pieces of tissue.

They will blow up the balloon, rub it on the ground, and then take turns saying prayers and placing the tissue on the balloon and it will stick.

Talk to the kids about how when we present our cares or concerns through prayer, they stick to God and we don’t need to worry about them.

Prayer Bear Label:

I created a Prayer Pal label for my church because I couldn’t find small teddy bears. If you do this, print the Prayer Bear tag and then attach it to a small bear. They can hold this bear when they pray.

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Fizzing Prayer Bath Dough Experiment:

I found a really fun recipe for fizzing bath dough from my friend and then I put it in some small plastic containers and added the tag.

You can talk to your kids during bath time about how when we pray, our problems can dissolve just like the bath dough and our worries can go away when we give them to God.

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Prayer Blocks:

Buy some small Lego-style blocks from the Dollar Tree and then put about 15 or 20 in a Ziploc bag and add the tag.

Tell your kids to say a prayer and then stack a Lego block. Pray for a different person every time you stack a Lego and see how high you can stack them.

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Prayer Journal Label:

I bought each kid a small journal from the Dollar Tree and added the label to the outside. I got each kid a box of new crayons and then added this emoji prayer printable to the inside.

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I also included a little instruction page, 2 memory verses, and the FIVE Finger Prayer printable too.

You can download all 10 printables here for free and after purchasing, the printables will be available for instant download on the next page (You will not receive an email)

If you do any of these activities with your kids, please share pictures on Instagram and tag me @deonnawadeart