Activity Sheets

A selection of our free downloadable resources, suitable for primary school-age children, all in one place.

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The Easter Donkey

Download our interactive resource and discover a new and interactive way to tell the Easter story.

Click here to visit the Easter Donkey resource page and learn more.

The Christmas Donkey

Capture children’s imagination with this new and fun way to tell the Christmas story.

Download our interactive resource and share the Christmas story in a child-friendly interactive way. Download the resources here and click here to visit the Christmas Donkey resource page and learn more.

Open the Book – Homeschool resources

Free downloadable RE content for primary school aged children from our friends at Open the Book.

Lion Storyteller Bible author Bob Hartman tells the Bible stories, and the accompanying downloadable printed materials have a range of tasks to choose from, suitable for ages 5–11.

St Jerome – free downloadable children’s activity pack

This free downloadable activity pack is perfect to share with primary school aged children. All based around the theme of St Jerome we’ve created lots of fun activities for children to enjoy: maze, colouring, creative writing, wordsearch. There are plenty of child-friendly favourites all free to download and to help you share the story of St Jerome and his lion.

Free downloadable colouring sheet – Pentecost Dove

A beautiful colouring sheet for adults and children. Colour in this graceful dove for Pentecost. We think this colouring sheet will look extra special displayed in a window with light streaming through. Enjoy!:

Bible Society’s children’s resources

Find all of Bible Society’s Easter story animations, booklets and activity sheets here:

Our Top Ten Animals in the Bible

What’s your favourite animal in the Bible? Here are ours, with the Bible passages so you can look them up! Spark the interest of children with animal themed Bible passages!  

Used with kind permission from St Jerome’s Catholic Primary School. Photo by Nick Fairhurst.