Welcome to Scripture Lady’s Free Holiday Bible Games for Preschoolers
Aren’t you thankful that the Lord has blessed us with various holidays throughout the year? They are usually times of great joy. Preschoolers especially love the wonder and surprise that surrounds many of our traditional holidays. Being able to share Jesus in the midst of them make them all the more delightful.
Here you will find holiday ideas for preschoolers based on the Bible and its truths. Incorporating God’s message of love into a holiday can be very effective. We want our children to know that God is the author of all that is good. And even though some holidays have no religious foundation, we can still bring the love of Jesus into any celebration. For example, here in America, the Fourth of July can become a time of thankfulness to God for our country. The booming fireworks can remind our children of God’s brilliant light and power that He pours into our lives. As we lift high the American flag, we can remember that God calls us to lift up high His banner of truth and grace.
At ScriptureLady.com, we love creating holiday activities for preschoolers that point to Jesus. One of our favorites is our rendition of the Easter story called “The Story of the Little Hill.” Your toddlers and preschoolers will be swept into the story of the little hill upon which Jesus died. This story uses appropriate and sensitive language for the telling of this emotion filled story. The little hill shares his joy, fears, sadness and excitement through the different stages of Jesus’ death and resurrection.
Another favorite of our holiday Bible games for preschoolers is “A Story of God’s Love.” This is perfect for Valentine’s Day and shares the Gospel message of Jesus Christ at a preschool level. A little bit of “magic” is even involved that your little ones will love!
Check back often to see what new preschool holiday ideas we have added.
Until then, Merry Christmas, Happy Easter, Happy Valentine’s Day…
“Know that the Lord is God. It is He who made us and we are His. We are His people; the sheep of His pasture.”