Activity Array

Here you'll find an array of activities for elementary children that can be used in Children's Ministry, after-school programs, in the classroom and by homeschoolers.

King Solomon

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Solomon was David and Bathsheba’s son. Their first son died due to David’s sin. However, when Solomon was born, God told David and Bathsheba that He loved him. In fact God named him Jedidiah, loved by God. King David promised Bathsheba that when the time came, Solomon would be the next king. King Solomon was given great wisdom and God was more than happy to grant his request and give him much more besides. Our God is a gracious, generous, rich Provider.

Come journey with us as we learn about King Solomon and gain wisdom from him. These presentations are made so that you, the teacher, have the Bible text, pictures, and activities which you can display on your computer and classroom TV/screen or on Zoom or other online presentation. I hope you enjoy them.

King Solomon Asks for Wisdom — 1 Kings 1-3

This presentation starts out with a baton relay which leads into the story of King David passing the leadership to Solomon and has him crowned king. King Solomon starts his reign by worshiping and praising God. God asks Solomon to ask for anything he wants and He will give it to him. Solomon asks for wisdom! Another activity is to search for Proverb coins as Proverbs 2:4-6 and 16:16 suggest.

King Solomon Builds a Temple for the Lord — 1 Kings 6; 2 Chronicles 1-5

God chose Solomon to build a temple for His Great Name. Get out the Duplos and build along with Solomon! Note the resources below. What a beautiful testimony to God’s greatness, goodness, and love!

Blueprints to Build Solomon’s Temple with Duplos pdf

Temple Wall Decor for Duplo Solomon’s Temple — print on yellow or gold

Temple and Courtyard Furnishings — color print on white card stock paper

Felt Solomon’s Temple — print on 6 iron-on papers for dark fabrics

The Lord’s Glory Fills the Temple — 2 Chronicles 5-7

When the temple was all done, God answered the prayers and praise. He filled the temple with His glorious presence like a cloud and sent fire to consume the sacrifice. God desires to be with us too and to consume all our sin and woes. Remember, “Where two or three are gathered in My Name, there I will be with them.” Matthew 18:20 For the craft, we made a mobile reminding us to worship and praise God.

Worship and Praise God mobile

The queen of Sheba visits King Solomon — 1 Kings 9-11, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes

In this interactive PowerPoint presentation is packed full of fun. We learn about some of the amazing things King Solomon made and said. We, too, build those items out of dough. One of the things Solomon talked about was working hard. He said to look at the ants, so we do. We also learn of the queen of Sheba’s visit. She brought spices and jewels, so we look at and smell spices and show special stones and jewels. Finally, there is a game at the end.
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Author: Janelle C

I enjoy planning lessons, directing VBS and child care programs. Children's ministry is my passion. God Almighty is my strength and inspiration. For fun I choose hiking, canoeing, camping, cooking, and reading.

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