Days of Creation Activities for Kids October 30, 2019 By Bekki Leave a Comment This content may contain affiliate links. In the beginning… Most of us begin teaching our kids Bible stories by starting at the very beginning. Dark becomes light. It’s exciting and wonderful all at the same time. You can never go wrong with simply reading and memorizing Genesis, but if you’re looking for some fun and easy ways to dive a little deeper, here are resources I’ve either used, made, or discovered in my own journey teaching my sons God’s Word. Music I personally begin with the Hippopotamus song. Well, that’s what we always called it. Days of Creation Song FOOD: If they can eat it, they’ll remember! Day 1: Oreo Cookies! Darkness and Light never tasted better!!Day 2: Blue jello with some whipped cream Day 3: Broccoli, grapes, and dandelions (Or a cookie with a picture of plants on them. Or bite shapes of flowers into a large tortilla)Day 4: Lucky charms! Pick out the moons, suns and starsDay 5: Goldfish crackers. Or Smoked King Salmon that your sons caught while on a fishing trip with their dad. (Wait, that’s my house)Day 6: Animal crackers or cookiesDay 7: Eat a snack JUST before resting. Related: Free Days of Creation Food Ideas Printable Games! These game sheets give your kids a chance to roll and earn points as they focus on what God created on each day of the week during Creation. So Much FUN!! Learn about the 6 Days of Creation with this hands on Board game! As you roll, move, and play with your kids you’ll captivate their hearts and attention as they focus on what God created on each day of the week during Creation. More Bible Studies for Kids: Bible Study Printables: Romans 15:13Days of Creation Board GameDays of Creation PrintablesDays of Creation Food Ideas (free)Sunday School Activities: Fruits of the SpiritBible Study BUNDLE #1Daniel 1: Bible Study and Children’s Ministry ActivitiesBible Object Lessons for Kids: WaterfallsBible Fun for Kids: ABCs of God’s CharacterAdvent Activities for Kids: FreebieAdvent Activities for Kids- CompleteBible Study: What Can I Learn from the CamelBible Study: Pearl of Great Price- Matthew 13:45-46Bible Study: Transfiguration of Jesus- Matthew 17Daniel 4: King Nebuchadnezzar’s Tree DreamSunday School Lessons on Prayer for PreschoolersBible Study for Kids: What Can I Learn From the Ant?Memory verse for kids: Exodus 14:14 My personal statement of faith: I believe the Bible to be the inspired, the only infallible, authoritative Word of God. I believe that there is one God, eternally existent in three persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit. I believe in the deity of our Lord Jesus Christ, in His virgin birth, in His sinless life and atoning death through His shed blood, in His bodily resurrection, in His ascension to the right hand of the Father, and in His personal return in power and glory. I believe “all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God” and that we are saved by faith in Jesus. My favorite Bible teachers are my husband (Craig Sayler), Pastor Jon Courson, Pastor Chuck Smith, CH Spurgeon. Print this free homeschool mom reminder. This post comes with a free printable reminder list to help keep your heart focused on the heart of homeschooling. I always have the hardest staying focused. This printable simplifies it! Here is a sneak preview… Download Your Free Printable Download the checklist. You’ll get the printable, plus join 9,000+ homeschool moms who receive my weekly parenting tips and ideas!Print. Any paper will do the trick, but card stock would be ideal.Place it on your refrigerator as a helpful reminder.