Activities, Lesson Plans, and More
- Y—Young (PreK-3rd)
- M—Middle (4th-6th)
- O—Older (7th-12th)
- T—Teacher Resources
Free Bible Curriculum
The Freedom Homeschooling blog has an extensive list of free Bible curriculum links, including presentations, lesson plans, teacher’s guides, quizzes, worksheets, coloring pages, crafts, and tons more. For PreK-12.
Real Life Downloaded Bible Lessons
Real Life Downloaded, a free resource site from the David C Cook nonprofit organization, has a large collection of Bible lessons for upper-elementary-aged children to adults.
Bible Study Tools
By selecting KJV or NAS with Strong's as the translation, you will find results with every Strong's word in the passage linked to the concordance entry. The concordance entry will give you the original Hebrew or Greek word and definitions as well as every biblical passage in which it is found. It is a quick and easy way to do a word study on any word in a passage. Whether starting with a single verse or a whole chapter, you can zoom in or out of the passage using the links on the page.
OpenBible.info: Digital Bible Tools
OpenBible.info has a collection of neat digital tools for studying the Bible, including a Bible word locator, Bible topic search, ai-generated Bible studies, Bible geocoding, and a Bible atlas that allows you to search Biblical locations and view them on Google Maps.
A Kid's Heart
A Kid’s Heart is a play and learn site with free Bible study resources, including coloring pages, printable Bible verses, activities, puzzles, games, and more.
Preschool Curriculum for Homeschools
This curriculum from Christian Preschool Printables could be used with preschool age children at home or for church. Resources are organized by coloring pages, crafts, games, puzzles, mini books, holidays, Bible verses, Bible worksheets, and more.
BibleStudyGuide.org contains interactive lessons, children's stories, topical guides, games, quizzes, and more.
Keys for Kids
Daily devotional/bible study for kids. Relevant life examples framed with related scriptures point out the Truth to kids. Unlocking God's Word for young faith. You can learn more about God's love every day! Read a fun story and hide God's Word in your heart with the Key Verse of the day. Check out today's Key, or look for your favorite story in the archives!
Bible Crafts and Resources for Children
DLTK’s Crafts for Kids has an extensive collection of Bible coloring pages, crafts, printable activities, puzzles, worksheets, teacher’s guides, and Bible lesson plans for kids.
Mini Bible Lessons
The Mini Bible Lessons website has a large collection of downloadable Bible lesson plans for teens and adults. Topics covered include teen topics, doctrine, character studies (of the Old Testament), book studies, and world religions.
Free Chronicles of Narnia Resource Unit
Lasting Thumbprints has a free Chronicles of Narnia unit study that includes links to a teacher’s guide, lessons, worksheets, coloring pages, activity pages, bible studies, and more.
Answers In Genesis
Ken Hamm's apologetics site for creationism that discusses key issues such as creation, evolution, science, and the age of the earth, using the Bible as a framework.
Yale Bible Study
The Yale Divinity School has made its Bible Study course materials available online for free. You can choose to take complete courses on the Old Testament or New Testament, or browse courses by theme, including women of the Bible, the Biblical Canon, Reformation history, how to read the Bible, and more.
The Bible Minor Project
Cedarville University builds a Bible minor into all of its undergraduate programs. The Bible Minor Project has made all of its Bible minor coursework available online for free. It includes five courses: Bible and the Gospel, Old Testament Literature, New Testament Literature, Theology I, and Theology II.
Ancient Hebrew Research Center
Ancient Hebrew Research Center is a site by Jeff A. Benner that contains a large collection of ancient Biblical Hebrew language resources, Bible studies, and resources for learning about Hebrew Thought and Culture.
Dig the Bible
A site designed to help laymen better understand the bible through the use of archaeology.
Biblical Archaeology Society
The Biblical Archaeology Society is a nonprofit “dedicated to the dissemination of information about archaeology in the Bible lands.”
History of the Bible
This article from the History Channel provides a historical overview of the writing of the Bible, from the earliest known mention of Yahweh in 9th century B.C. to the King James Bible, printed in 1611.
English Bible Translation and History
GreatSite.com, the online showroom of the Bible Museum, has a detailed timeline of the history of the English Bible, starting with manuscripts handwritten by John Wycliffe in the 1380s to the writing of the English Standard Version Bible in 2002.
Bibles-Online.net: Historical Bibles
Bibles-Online.net has a large online collection of flippable, historical Bible, full-color scans. Available Bibles include the 1390 first English Bible, a 1519 Erasmus Greek Latin Bible, the 1611 first edition King James Bible, and more.
Museum of the Bible
The Museum of the Bible, located in Washington D.C., has a large online collection of Biblical artifacts, including printed Bibles, manuscripts, artwork, and more. The museum also offers online programming for K-12 students, as well as video museum tours and curator discussions.
Library of Congress Bible Collection
This digital exhibition by the Library of Congress includes a number of historical Bibles, including the Gutenberg Bible, the Giant Bible of Mainz, multiple handwritten Latin Bible manuscripts, and more.
From Jesus to Christ
From Jesus to Christ is an educational website built to accompany the PBS Frontline series of the same name. The series looks at the life of Jesus and the rise of Christianity, using historical and archaeological evidence and testimony from New Testament theologians, archaeologists and historians. Includes maps, a Biblical archaeology collection, a collection of primary sources, and more.
Free Christian History Timeline eChart
This "Christian History Time Line" eChart shows the years from Christ's birth until AD200, and includes important dates, events, people, and places. More samples are available with free registration. From Hendrickson & Rose Publishing.
Internet Ancient History Sourcebook: Christian Origins Resources
This resource list from Fordham University includes an extensive collection of links for learning about the history of Christianity, Jesus of Nazareth, the early church, the emergence of theologies, and more.