Adron Dozat’s Bible Time Fun Issue 182 & 183

Group Of Elementary Age Children In Art Class With Teacher

The BCM/D’s very own Adron Dozat has designed free coloring pages for children for use in your churches or at home! You are welcome to visit his blog to download many more scripture coloring pages.

Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, we did not publish last week’s Fun Pages, so we doubled up this week! Enjoy these pages with your children! 

Issue 182:

One of the most challenging activities for this issue was to create the “Find the Difference” feature. It is the ram caught in the bush when God provided Abraham with the sacrifice. I had to squeeze all the elements into the area with no margins, and it took a lot of tries before it worked out. I hope this activity is not too hard. Believe it or not, there are six differences between the two drawings.

There are three coloring pictures. The first picture may be diffcult because it has tiny areas to color. It would be a good one for colored pencils or fine-tipped markers. Older kids and adults will appreciate it. The other two coloring pictures have open areas that are suitable for children.

The “Code-Breaker” puzzle is a straightforward slip code. The two clues are enough because the order is in sequence. I suspect that these have been too hard in the past.

I spent a lot of time on the word search puzzles.

Most of the activities have opened ended questions for you to engage the kids in a discussion.

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Issue 183

You will enjoy the fun coloring pictures, puzzles, and activities in this issue. I’m pleased with the “Give to Cesar Find the Difference” activity. It has a drawing of a hand holding a coin, and since drawing a hand is difficult for me, I traced it over several times to get it right. I am thrilled with how it turned out.

My favorite puzzle in this issue is the “Hidden Letter.” It takes a long time to place the letters and nudge them around to fill up the space and ensure there are correct letters. It was very satisfying to have it all work out nicely this week.

As usual, there are three Bible verse coloring pictures. They all are in my style, but I tried to make each one different. They have a lot of smaller areas for the kids to do, and adults will like them too.

The “Code-Breaker” puzzle only has two clues again, but like last week it is such a simple puzzle that if I had given more clues, it would be too easy. Hint- it is a basic “slip” code.

I tried to cram in as much as possible into the word search puzzles; I hope you enjoy them.

The word puzzles, like the shape sort and the grid puzzle, took longer to design than I liked. It had little problems, but they turned out okay after some reworking.

Most of the activities have opened ended questions for you to engage the kids in a discussion.

I truly hope you enjoy all of these activities and that they open doors for you to share the salvation message. People are using these pages in various ways – in Sunday School, as take-home papers, as activity pages for young ones during the church service, mailing to those who are sick, at home with the family and much more.

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