Old Testament Drawing and Overview

old-testament-drawing-overviewOne of my sons did an Old Testament drawing that combined many different stories from the Old Testament. He added to his drawing over the months as we were studying the Old Testament. He included the parting of the Red Sea, Sodom and Gomorrah being destroyed by fire from heaven, a rainbow and a dove from Noah’s ark, the story of Joseph and his coat of many colors, and Elijah going up into the clouds in a golden chariot.

Hands-on Activities for Old Testament Overview

If you are about to begin a study of the Old Testament, it’s great to give an overview. Also, at the end of a study of the Old Testament, there are many hands-on activities that you can do:

  • Draw a picture demonstrating your favorite story from the Old Testament
  • Learn the themes of the Old Testament with hand motions
  • Do a series of skits to demonstrate the stories from the Old Testament
  • Display crafts made throughout your study of the Old Testament
  • Cook food from Old Testament times
  • Celebrate one of the Jewish feasts
  • Watch a DVD about the land of Israel
  • Learn the books of the Bible in order

Learn the Books of the Bible

Why not learn the books of the Bible while studying the Old Testament? This is the song my children used to learn the books of the Bible:

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5 Responses to “Old Testament Drawing and Overview”

  1. Laurel Regan says:

    Helpful resource – thank you for sharing!

  2. Alice says:

    This is great! What a fun way to get kids to enjoy learning about the Bible.

  3. Susan says:

    My son did this drawing on his own just for fun. I was so pleased when I saw it! He had internalized so many of the stories!

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