Friday, February 16, 2018

"Every Good Gift..." primer coloring page

Description of The Coloring Page: scripture, "Every Good Gift And Every Perfect Gift Is From Above." James 1:17, pumpkins, hay stack
The characteristics of primer coloring pages designed to teach children from ages 1-7:
  • Large, typeface/font, often all Capitals or all Lower Case letters are used separately in primer coloring pages.
  • Letters used may also be colored, this helps the child to remember each letter's shape.
  • Pictures are very simply drawn.
  • Primarily objects and people are used to illustrate ideas, although patterns are included in fewer examples.
  • Generous spacing between the drawn elements is included so that children who have trouble coloring will still be able to color between these elements.
  • Generous spacing also provides young children the opportunity to practice coloring more because it takes them longer to fill in the space.
  • Very simple and short memory verses are frequently used in Bible primer pages.
The Sunday School Lesson included with the primer coloring page:
James 1:17

  This is the harvest time of the year. People we read about in the Bible used to have Thanksgiving days in the harvest season.
   Let us find and write some of the verses that they wrote to thank God for His many gifts.
   Fill in the blank spaces:
  • Psalm 118:1 - "O give _______unto the Lord; for he is good."
  • Psalm 100:4 - "Enter into his gates with _______________."
  • Ephesians 5:20  - Giving _____________always for all things unto God."
Memory Verse:
"For the fruit upon the tree,
For the birds that sing of Thee,
For the earth in beauty dressed,
For father, mother, and the rest,
Father, we thank Thee."

Note to Parents.  With assistance from you, children can look up the Bible verses and fill in the blank spaces. Ask them to tell you the story of the Pilgrims' first Thanksgiving. If possible, let them help in some way to prepare something for the Thanksgiving dinner.
Don't forget to drag the png. or jpg into a Word Document and enlarge the image as much as possible before printing it folks. If you have a question about this coloring page, just type into the comment box located directly below this post and I'll try to get back to you as soon as I can.

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