The story of the life of Joseph contains so many valuable lessons for children. Faithfulness, forgiveness, love, responsibility, service to others, and more. He was a man that loved the Lord and lived his life accordingly. The story of his colorful coat and how his brothers betrayed him by selling him to be used as a slave is probably the most familiar to young children. It’s included in every children’s Bible storybook. To go along with that particular portion of Joseph’s life story, I’ve created these fun printables to be used as puppets so your children can reenact the story.
Simply print, cut out, and glue to a craft stick! For best results, print on cardstock. Laminating them will provide even more durability.
Joseph and the Coat of Many Colors Puppet from PreKinders
Yarn Wrapped Joseph in his Colored Coat from Bible Class Creations
Brown Paper Colored Coat from Susan Evans
Stand Up Joseph and his Coat craft from Sunday School Resources
Joseph’s Coat Texture Craft from Delightful Learning
Woven Paper Bag Coat from Sceleratus Classical Academy
Felt Colored Coat in a Box from Flame: Creative Children’s Ministry
Joseph and His Coat File Folder Game from Bible Fun for Kids
Joseph’s Coat of Many Colors Color by Number from Crafting the Word of God
See you next week for the letter K! Click the picture to see letters A-I.
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