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Adam and Eve Headband

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Teaching kids the story of Adam and Eve can be a lot of fun! Preschoolers, all the way up to older kids, will enjoy this Adam and Eve headband craft. There’s little prep–you’ll only need coloring supplies, scissors, and tape! This is a simple and easy activity to enjoy at home or in a Sunday school setting.

Adam and Eve headband for kids - Sunday School lesson activity

The Adam and Eve coloring paper hat is a delightful and educational craft activity designed specifically for kids.

This vibrant and engaging paper hat features beautiful illustrations of Adam and Eve from the biblical story of creation.

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The coloring paper hat not only provides an enjoyable creative outlet for kids, but it also presents an opportunity for parents and educators to engage in meaningful discussions about the story of Adam and Eve.

Through coloring and interacting with the hat, children can learn about important moral lessons such as responsibility, temptation, and the consequences of their actions.

This Adam and Eve coloring paper crown is a wonderful addition to any kids’ craft collection, promoting creativity, storytelling, and the development of fine motor skills.

Whether used for a fun activity at home, in Sunday school, or in a classroom setting, this hat will surely captivate children and ignite their imaginations while teaching them valuable lessons from biblical stories.

Adam and Eve coloring headband for preschoolers

To begin, have your child color the first circle. Adam and Eve were the first humans ever. God made a beautiful garden for them to dwell in and they had no shame. They didn’t wear any clothes and didn’t feel embarrassed.

The next circle pictures a tree. Talk about the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. God said they could eat from any tree in the garden, but not this one!

Next, discuss how a snake started talking to Eve from the tree. He said, “God really didn’t mean you couldn’t eat from this tree!” Eve started to question God and decided to believe the snake instead of what God had said.

Adam and Eve headband for preschoolers and older kids

Continuing onto the next circle, Eve ate from the tree, and then Adam ate from the tree! Was this a sin? Yes! To disobey what God says is wrong.

Finally, talk about how sin makes us afraid of God. Adam and Eve realized they were naked and didn’t have any clothes on, and they were embarrassed. So they put leaves on like clothes to cover themselves. Sin makes us want to hide, and that’s what they did.

While your child is coloring the remainder of the headband, chat about how this is where sin entered the world. Before Adam and Eve disobeyed, the earth was perfect. But now, because of sin, people don’t always want to talk with God.

Once that’s done, cut out the headband, measure it, and glue it together.

simple Adam and Eve headband craft for kids

This Adam and Eve headband is a great conversation starter between you and your child on the fall and sin. Make sure to leave room for questions and discussion. You might be surprised what your child picks up on from the story!

The Adam and Eve template comes with two options:

  1. Print on white paper, color, cut and use! No prep work!
  2. Students color the five scenes and glue them in order on the crown. Low prep work!

Adam and Eve Headband

Adam and Eve headband - Adam and Eve Sunday School Lesson craft for kids

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Step by step instructions

Print the headband on white paper.

color the scenes

Color the five scenes of the Adam and Eve story.

Glue the scenes on the front of the headband, if using option 1of template.

tape the panels

Tape two paper strips to the front strip. Use the third if necessary.

Bend the paper strip into a circle. Wrap the band around the kid’s head to check for fit. Tape the ends together.

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