Did You Know this about Thomas (Story) - Kids Korner
Print out this helpful sheet of facts on Thomas. He was called Didymus which means Thomas the twin, after Jesus resurrection he would not believe it was Jesus until he could touch the nail prints, and more.
Easy Breezy Sunday School
John 20:24-31 Here's a super easy game to make! And it's even easier to play! The Doubting Thomas Game is basically as True or False game. How To Play: -- Give each child an "I Doubt It" sign. -- Read aloud one item from the list of unusual facts about the bible. Be sure to read the facts so the answers will sometimes be true, and sometimes be false. -- Anyone who doubts the statement is true should hold up their sign showing the "I Doubt It" side toward the teacher. -- Anyone who believes…
Thomas (John 20) | Craft 2 - Jesus Without Language
This kids paper craft involves moving Thomas' arm so he can touch the scars of Jesus' hand. PDF download. Part of a whole lesson based on John 20.
Doubting Thomas #3 Coloring Page
Use the Doubting Thomas #3 Coloring Page as a fun activity for your next children's sermon.
Thomas (John 20) | Worksheet - Jesus Without Language
Worksheet for the Apostle Thomas looking at the passage in John 20 and the passage in John 11. Free PDF download. Part of a whole lesson set on-site.
5 Minute Ice Cream In A Bag Recipe
This is a 5 minute Ice Cream In A Bag recipe. This goes along with our Ice Cream Cone "Jesus Is Sweet" Sunday School lesson to use in Children's church. Have the kids fill their plastic ziplock bag up with ice and rock salt and add the smaller bag of milk and other stuff and get to shaking. It only takes 5 minutes and you will have solid ice cream. This is a very simple and easy recipe for kids to do.
Thomas doubts Jesus' Resurrection
“Unless I see the nail marks in his hands, put my finger into the place where the nails were and put my hand into his side, I refuse to believe it.” This craft will help you prepare your Sunday school lesson on John 20:19-29 on the Bible story of doubting Thomas.
Jesus appears to His disciples
1. Story (based on Luke 24:36-53; John 20:24-29) Last week we learnt about how Jesus appeared to some of His disciples. How many? (2) What was the name of one of them? (Cleopas). Where were they walking to? (Emmaus) After the two disciples recognized Jesus, they quickly ran all the way back to Jerusalem to tell the others that they had seen Jesus. The other disciples were also excited … Jesus had appeared to Simon Peter. As they were talking, suddenly, guess who appeared before them? Jesus…