Do your children enjoy coloring or keeping their hands busy while you read them a story? These FREE Miracles of Jesus Coloring Pages are a great tool to help you keep your kids engaged in the story and help them commit it to memory while they work. This set focuses on the time Jesus healed the blind man by putting mud on his eyes and when Jesus healed the centurion’s servant.
The story of Jesus healing the blind man is shared from John 9:1-7. Each of the six coloring pages for this story includes a picture to color and excerpts from the King James Version of the Bible.
The story of the healing of the centurion’s servant is shared from Matthew 8:5-13. Each of these six coloring pages also includes a picture to color and excerpts from the King James Version of the Bible.
At the end of the unit, the verses included are written out as a reference guide for parents.
One of the many ways you can use this resource with your family is to read the story aloud to your children while you have them color one or more of the related pictures. Then have them practice their handwriting by tracing the verses, a few lines at a time, over the next week or more. This way, they continually get to review the story as they are completing their project. This is a great way to enjoy learning more about the miracles of Jesus together as a family.
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