Moses and the Passover | Exodus 12:1-14

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This set of activity pages is a great resource when you are ready to teach about Moses and the Passover,

They are engaging and provide opportunities for discussion about God’s presence as Savior and Rescuer, as shown in this story.

These printable activity pages are great for preschool, kindergarten, and early elementary-aged children.

activity pages for moses and the passover - coloring pages, copywork, and puzzles

PassageExodus 12:1-14

Title – Moses and the Passover

Lectionary Reference – Year A Proper 18

Target Age Group – Ages 4 to 10

Focus Verse – Exodus 12:7

Bible Verse Pages

You’ll find the focus Bible verse for these pages in Exodus 12:7.

They shall take some of the blood and put it on the two doorposts and the lintel of the houses in which they eat it. NRSV

The verse pages include one page to read the verse and color and a second page offering the verse as copywork.

Coloring Pages

The Color By Number page features a pyramids, palm trees, and the night sky. You’ll find two versions of the coloring page featuring a man using a hyssop branch to paint blood on the doorposts.

Coloring pages and copy work offer several benefits for young children. Coloring pages develop creativity and fine motor skills as kids choose colors and apply them within the lines, fostering artistic expression. Copywork enhances their handwriting and spelling skills as they trace or write words or sentences.

Word Search Puzzles

You’ll find easy and hard versions of the word search puzzles featuring words from the lesson passage.

Word searches are a fun and engaging way to learn new words and concepts, making them an effective educational tool.

Puzzle words include – Moses, Aaron, Egypt, lamb, blood, bread, herbs, doorpost, night, Lord.

Take time to discuss the characters, objects, and concepts included in the puzzle.

Maze Pages

You’ll find easy and hard versions of the maze pages, which feature illustrations of a Hebrew man and a doorway.

Mazes offer a multitude of benefits for children. They promote critical thinking and problem-solving skills as kids navigate the twists and turns to find the correct path to the exit. Mazes also enhance spatial awareness and fine motor skills as they carefully follow the lines.

Take time for a quick story review and discuss what Pharaoh’s daughter might have been thinking when she discovered baby Moses.

Find and Count Puzzle

The Find and Count or “I Spy” activity page features illustrations from the Bible story. Images include pyramids, a lamb, unleavened bread, a hyssop branch, and a door.

This type of activity page sharpens observation and attention to detail skills as kids search for specific objects within a cluttered scene. A Find and Count page promotes patience and concentration, helping improve focus and cognitive abilities.

Use this activity page to review and discuss the elements of the story.

Teacher Preparation

To simplify your study time, use the Inductive Bible Study Guide page as you read and review the story and related passages.