My children love when I read their favorite Bible stories. They also love art. I had the opportunity to put the two together with Bible Story Art Lessons from See The Light. I was amazed at the beautiful creations my young children were able to create. And the lessons and stories they learned were priceless.
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Jesus said to him, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father but through Me.” John 14:6.
It all rests on the cross. Without it, mankind would still be plagued by the reality of sin and death. Because of the cross, we have hope. The CrossMaker Bible Story & Art Lesson portrays this monumental occasion in an artistic and engaging way. My kids were captivated by the beautiful drawings and passionate audio recording of the story.
Bible Story Art for Kids
After watching the story, my children were even more excited for the art lesson. I was worried that these lessons would be too complicated for my kids (ages 3 – 8). But they were perfect and included 3 pieces that varied in difficulty. We tried the creative lettering first, and had a lot of fun.
My children’s favorite project from this video was the Watercolor Crosses. Although the instructor used permanent markers, we improvised and used crayons instead. The crosses below were done by my 5-year-old.
During nap time, I let one of the older children (7-years-old) try the “He is Risen!” drawing. Although we didn’t have any chalk pastels, I thought she did an awesome job following the step-by-step directions with crayons!
We also tried “God’s Special Surprise” Bible Story Lesson. The kids liked watching this story just as much, but the art lessons were a little more difficult. We tried the Watercolor Project first since the last one was a bit hit. In this nighttime scene, baby Moses’ basket is floating in the Nile past the great pyramids.
I helped my 3-year-old draw the main pyramid picture and she had fun coloring it in. My 5-year-old did well with this scene (below) and asked if she could make her own bible story book with her art. So we will continue with the rest of the projects in this lesson.
See the Light Art Lessons for Kids
I was very impressed with the quality of the Bible Art Lesson DVDs. Each one impacted my children with the important Bible story lesson and inspired them to use the art techniques learned to make their own version of the projects. See the Light art lessons also add an optional unique Black Light feature to each of their projects for added excitement. This bible resource is perfect for ages 5+ and would be a great addition to your home or church video library.
For more information about See the Light Bible Story Art Lessons for Kids, Free Art Lessons, and more visit them at www.SeeTheLightShine.com.
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Roxanna Alcantra says
Bible Stories DVD would be a great addition to our homeschool curriculum. Thanks for the giveaway!
I’d pick either the Gift of Love or the Crossmaker.
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This is a wonderful way to reunite art with faith.
This would be! really fun in our school!
Darcy Carmichael says
I think The Gift of Love would be great for our family.
R G says
Ooh, I can’t decide between the cross maker and the gift of love. Thank you for the benevolent giveaway.
Rissa M. says
Wow! These are all great! I think you said it best, though, “It all rests on the cross. Without it, mankind would still be plagued by the reality of sin and death. Because of the cross, we have hope.” So, The Crossmaker would be the one I wanted. Thanks for this amazing opportunity!
I would choose the Cross Maker or the Gift of Love! 🙂
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Stephanie C says
See the Light Art would be a great addition to our curriculum!
Jessica M. says
I would love to win the Bible Stories dvd box set. 🙂
Amy Bradsher says
We’d like to try God’s Special Surprise because we’re going to be studying Egypt this fall and the timing would be perfect!
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Kelly Schmidt says
God’s special surprise
Jessica A. says
The Gift of Love looks wonderful!
Kristie D. says
I like “God’s Special Surprise.” kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.
The Crossmaker would be my first choice if I couldn’t get the whole set! Thanks for the chance!
Kim H in GA says
I’d be happy with any of these DVDs. !!
Cynthia Brandon says
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I would probably pick the Crossmaker. But any of them would be wonderful!
Thank you for this opportunity!
April M says
I’d like any of them! I have an artsy kid who would love them.
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Have to agree that the Crossmaker sounds like the one I would like the best…but Gift of Love is probably second. 🙂
Joyce M. says
The Gift of Love
Kristin Girod says
This looks like a great curriculum! I would choose God’s Special Surprise. Thanks!
I would love to win God’s Special Surprise 🙂
Those pictures look great!
Suzie Williams says
I like God’s Special Surprise.
Any of the Bible stories would be a wonderful addition for our family. But if I HAD to choose one, I guess it would be Moses, or maybe Shipwrecked, or maybe… We have the Art Series DVD’s and love them. Thank you for the give away.
Ambre Sautter says
The Gift of Love. Thanks!
Ginger Gnz. says
Very interested in this product.
I think I would like the shipwrecked art lesson:)
Hard choice! The Christmas one or the Special Surprise. Or the Easter one. Ha!
Susan Jaisle says
This sounds amazing! My daughter would love to use this for art time!! Thank you!
Michele P says
These look wonderful! 🙂 Either one would be great to win.