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About These Preschool Bible Devotions

It is never too early to start teaching your kids the Bible.

We are commanded by God to teach our children the ways of the Lord.

Preschool Bible Devotions

Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it. Proverbs 22:6

God’s words are powerful. His message is life giving. Even the youngest child can be taught that God is the maker of all things and that He loves them.

My word that goes out from my mouth:  It will not return to me empty, but will accomplish what I desire  and achieve the purpose for which I sent it. Isaiah 55:11

Start instilling a love for God’s word in your kids today.

There are lots of devotionals to teach preschoolers about Jesus, but these devotionals go deeper than most and include some sort of activity like a song or craft to really get the children involved and learning.  

The goal of these preschool devotions is to keep the activities simple with practically no prep work on the activity and no special materials other than some basics like construction paper, glue, scissors, and other items you might have around the house.  

Instructions

  • Each one of these lessons follows the same outline. The object of the lesson is listed first, followed by any materials you will need for the craft or activity (gather these beforehand) and Bible verses that will be read during the devotion (choose your favorite Bible version). 
  • Start by reading the Bible passages. Then explain what the passage was about with the given talking points. Help the children apply what they have learned by asking them the questions listed. 
  • The questions can be followed by the activity. Sometimes these activities are simple games you can play with your kids. Sometimes they are crafts. Sometimes they are songs to sing. These activities will soon become a favorite part of your kids’ day!
  • Finally, and most importantly, end the devotion in prayer. Encourage your child to pray after you do. 
  • Be consistent and have fun with your kids. This is such a precious opportunity to be able to spend this time with your kids.

More Preschool Devotion Tips

  • Keep it simple. These devotions use materials you have around the house.
  • Children this age do not have a long attention span. Dedicate 10-15 minutes to do the devotion. If they are unusually wiggly and distracted, don’t get frustrated. Say a short prayer with your child instead and try again tomorrow.
  • Work these devotions into your normal routine, like after breakfast or lunch or after they wake up from an afternoon nap. Choose a time and do your best to stick with it. Kids will look forward to spending this time with you.
  • Have fun! Remember, you are teaching your kids to love and cherish God’s Words.

List of Preschool Devotions

Grab this easy printable Preschool Devotion and get started today!

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