Using Bible story pictures for Creation is a great way to help kids learn this true account of our beginnings from Genesis One.
The story of creation holds great wonder and amazement for all of us who believe in our all powerful and almighty God. And whether you are a staunch believer in a literal 6-day creation or have a broader view, there is no question that God’s creation is breathtaking. Sharing these Bible story pictures for Creation found below along with the written word of God will hopefully be an engaging way to get your kids excited about the Bible.
The pictures that I have chosen to place with the scriptures come from a great resource which I purchased several years ago. They come from a 2-DVD collection called “The Ultimate Bible Picture Collection.” All of these pictures are found in the public domain. The only picture that does not come from this collection is that of the whale, which comes from “The Print Shop Graphics” collection.
The scriptures I have used with the pictures comes from the “21st Century King James Version.” (Copyright © 1994 by Deuel Enterprises, Inc.)
How to use the Bible story pictures for Creation
These pictures can be used in a variety of ways including adding them to your existing Sunday School curriculum or with your family devotional.
I have provided you with the direct scriptures, however, feel free to use a retelling of the “Creation” story for younger children. Words like “firmament” can be hard to understand for preschoolers, but they can still enjoy the Bible story pictures while you tell the story in your own words.
If you are in a Christian school setting, you can encourage your children to create their own Bible story pictures for Creation after being inspired by these pictures. They could create their own journals using the pictures or use these pictures for creative dictation.
These Bible story pictures for creation are also a great tool for helping your children remember the 6 days of creation and the different things God created. Each picture can be used as a memory “clue” or “jogger” to help your kids recite what happened on each day.
Here are the following pictures. I have provided them for you as thumbnails. Just click on each one and you will be led to the full size version.
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