Free Sunday School Lessons About Friends and Sharing for Kids - Puppy Pals

Free Children's Bible Lessons, Crafts and Activities About Being a Friend (Sharing, Caring, Helping, Kindness, Comfort.)

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The Puppy Pall (Friends) Fun Pack is now free! These are devotional-type lessons. They are also not updated digital download lessons, but printable web pages. Go to the Puppy Main page to access the printable resources.

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Puppy Pals Fun Pack is all about Learning How to be a Friend in a Biblical Way.
Two puppies sharing, picture to color for lesson about friends

Puppy Pals Fun Pack is all about Learning How to be a Friend. This Fun Pack has 6 Pre-K / K (age 4-5) devotional type of lessons, and adapted lessons for Toddlers (age 2-3). The Toddler Version comes with printable storyboard pictures (easy & quick to make with contact paper and stick-on accessories) to make the story interactive & fun for the children. The storyboard and restickable pictures can also be used as a Play Set after the lesson. These special lessons and crafts are perfect for 6-week course for toddlers, pre-K, and kindergarten! There are 6 lessons. The 1st lesson can be an intro lesson to get the children excited about it.

 

These lessons are now free!

The Puppy Pall (Friends) Fun Pack is now free! Go to the Puppy Main page to access the printable resources. .

Remember these are copyrighted materials. As the terms state, you may not upload or "share" the larger printable-size pictures, nor any of the resources (includindg lessons, crafts, activities, images, logo, name) on Bible Kids Fun Zone, to any website; The resources on the Bible Kids Fun Zone website may not be redistributed nor sold. Refer to the complete terms and conditions.

To get the other updated bible resources for children in downloadable format go to the order page.

The Puppy Pals Fun Pack theme is "Friends"

Each lesson comes with its own activities: Printable crafts, color pages, printable pictures to make storyboards for use during the story (lesson), printable sticker, mini-poster, and iron-on transfer.

Good Friends Share
Friends Can Comfort Each Other
Good Friends are Kind
Good Friends Care For Each Other
Good friends Help Each Other
Good Friends Stick-Together
Puppy Pals Friends Coloring Pages
Good friends share coloring page
Good friends are kind coloring page
Good friends help each other coloring page
Good friends comfort each other coloring page.
Good friends share coloring page Good friends are kind coloring page Good friends help each other coloring page Good friends comfort each other coloring page.
Good friends are kind coloring page - puppy holding heart.
Good friends share - Puppies sharing clothes.
Sharing is fun coloring page - puppies sledding.
Good friends help each other coloring page - puppy.
Good friends are kind coloring page - puppy holding heart. Good friends share - Puppies sharing clothes. Sharing is fun coloring page - puppies sledding. Good friends help each other coloring page - puppy.

Puppy Pals Friends Crafts

Friends craft page - Puppy 1  to use with restickable stickers Stickers 1 craft page Stickers craft page 2 Friends craft page - Puppy 2 to use with restickable stickers
Friends craft page - Puppy 1 to use with restickable stickers Stickers craft page 1 to color and cut Stickers craft page 2 to color and cut Friends craft page - Puppy 2 to use with restickable stickers

Good friends stick together craft pages

Good friends comfort each other craft page

Good friends comfort each other craft page 2

Good friends stick together craft pages Good friends comfort craft page Good friends comfort each other craft page 2

Friends craft booklet to make

Easy fun friends craft

Fun and easy Get Well card for kids to make

What are friends for - booklet craft for kids

Friends craft booklet to make Easy fun friends craft - We can comfort each other. Fun and easy Get Well card for kids to make What are friends for - booklet craft for kids

Kids craft friends photo frame

Friends comfort each other hugs craft page

Finished sample of friends "Hugs" craft

Kids craft friends photo frame for children to color, cut and insert photos of friends. Friends comfort each other hugs craft page Finished sample of friends "Hugs" craft
Friends craft accessory page

Puppy Pals craft about friends

Card holder craft for friends

Make your own snoaman craft for kids to color

Friends craft accessory page Puppy Pals craft about friends Card holder craft for friends Make your own snoaman craft for kids to color
Printable Color-Illustrated Pictures About Friends - Use for Mini Posters or Visual Aids for the Puppy Pals Sunday School Lessons About Friends

Decorate your classroom with printable mini-posters. Make T-shirts or tote bags for extra crafts. Use sticker pages for your own crafts or give as take-home gifts. Each of these images come in color. You get a mini-poster For each lesson, as well as a reversed image of each picture that can be made into iron-on transfers for tee shirts, sweat shirts and tote bags! The sticker images can be printed on "sticker sheets" for inkjet printers.

Mini poster about friends - It's fun to share Mini poster or t-shirt iron-on craft - Good friends stick together. Friends mini poster or t-shirt iron-on - Hugs are fun. Friends stickers for children's craft
Mini poster about friends - It's fun to share Mini poster or t-shirt iron-on craft - Good friends stick together. Friends mini poster or t-shirt iron-on - Hugs are fun. Friends stickers for children's craft
Friends mini poster - Friends help each other

Friends mini poster - Friends are kind.

Friends mini poster for children - Friends care for each other. More friends stickers
Friends mini poster - Friends help each other Friends mini poster - Friends are kind. Friends mini poster for children - Friends care for each other. More friends stickers
Puppy Pals Story Boards and Sticker Pages in Color About Friends

Storyboard images for each lesson with stick-on pictures to make lessons interactive. Toddlers can also use these pictures as a Play Set after the lesson and stick on the pictures themselves!

Interactive storyboard illustrated picture for friends share lesson Friends share storyboard stickers for lesson about sharing. Color illsutrated picture for Friends stick together Sunday school lesson Color-illustrated picture for Friends Share Sunday school lesson.
Interactive storyboard illustrated picture for friends share lesson Friends share storyboard stickers for lesson about sharing. Color illsutrated picture for Friends stick together Sunday school lesson Color-illustrated picture for Friends Share Sunday school lesson.
Friends can comfort each other story picture in color. Story page 2 for friends lesson. Story page 3 for friends lesson.  
Friends can comfort each other story picture in color. Story page 2 for friends lesson. Story page 3 for friends lesson.  
Make your own snowman stickers in color Clothes stickers craft for Friends Share lesson. Friends Help Each Other color illustration for kids. Clothes stickers craft for Friends Help Each Other lesson.
Make your own snowman stickers in color. Use restickable glue sticks. Clothes stickers craft for Friends Share lesson. Friends Help Each Other color illustration for kids. Clothes stickers craft for Friends Help Each Other lesson.
Friends clothes sticker page 1 in color. Printable puppy craft 1 Friends clothes sticker page 2 in color. Printable puppy craft 2
Friends clothes sticker page 1 in color. Printable puppy craft 1 Friends clothes sticker page 2 in color. Printable puppy craft 2
Color-illustrated pictures of Puppy Friends to print for Sunday School lesson: Friends Comfort Each Other
Free Puppy Pals Lesson About Friendship - Good Friends Are Kind

The Puppy Pall (Friends) Fun Pack is now free! Go to the Puppy Main page to access the printable resources. .

Remember these are copyrighted materials. As the terms state, you may not upload or "share" the larger printable-size pictures, nor any of the resources (includindg lessons, crafts, activities, images, logo, name) on Bible Kids Fun Zone, to any website; The resources on the Bible Kids Fun Zone website may not be redistributed nor sold. Refer to the complete terms and conditions.

To get the new, updated bible resources for children in downloadable pdf format go to the order page.

Sample lesson, crafts and coloring pages from Puppy Pals Fun Pack
Free Toddler Lesson (Ages 2-3) Free Pre-K / Kindergarten Lesson (Ages 4-5) Directions For Crafts Directions For Storyboard With Stickers
Try out the storyboard, crafts and color pages for this lesson for free! (The stickers, mini-poster and iron-on transfer will be available to you when you order the Puppy Pals Fun Pack, along with the other 5 lessons, each with their own Toddler-version and Pre-K version, easy-to-make storyboard background pictures and stick-on accessories, crafts, color pages, mini-poster and iron-on image.) These interactive lessons are a great way to keep the little ones interested in the story. The children also get to make similar color pages and crafts to take home! These storyboards and accessory pictures can also be used for an extra activity that the kids can play with after the story! We show you how to make them sturdy. (See directions below.) Try out the lessons, storyboard, crafts and color pages for free. If the children enjoy it and are learning, why not try all six lessons in Puppy Pals Fun Pack, along with the crafts, color pages, printable posters, iron-ons and storyboard illustrations for each lesson: Puppy Pals Fun Pack!

LEFT (STOMPY DOG)

RIGHT (ROMPY DOG)

Storyboard Stickers

Coloring Page 1

Coloring Page Craft Page 1 Craft Page 2 Craft page 1
The pictures in color below are available in the Puppy Pals Fun Pack when you become a member of the Bible Kids Fun Zone subscription site.
Accessory Page for Crafts

Stickers 1 Stickers 2

Mini-Poster Iron-On (reverse image)

DIRECTIONS FOR CRAFTS:
Puppy Photo Frame
Supplies: Friends Photo Frame Instructions:
Teacher Prep for classes: take pictures for children to use in their crafts, or tell the children to bring a picture of themselves with a friend to use for their craft the following week. (optional). OR - They can just draw in a picture of theirself with a friend instead. For drawing, do not cut out heart shape in frame. Photo Frames: Color craft pages, and cut out all pictures. Cut out heart shape on frame. Place photo on back of frame. Adjust so you can see photo through cut-out heart shape. Secure with tape on the back. Glue frame on top of puppy picture, leaving enough room to also glue paws on top of frame. Place other heart on top of photo. Staple to frame on left side (optional).
Polaroid camera/film (optional)
Photo of child with friend (optional)
Crayons, markers
Scissors
Staples/stapler
Scotch tape
Glue Sticks
Stand-Up Puppy and Friends Bookmark
Stand-up Puppy / friends Bookmark
For age 4+. This craft can be adapted for age 2-3 by just using glue instead of the brass fasteners. Craft: Color both craft pages. Cut out all pieces. Cut slits in stands. Use brass fasteners to attach ears and arms to puppy. Glue heart in one of puppy's hands. Insert stand slit at 90 degrees to slit on puppy to make puppy sit up. Color bookmark. Give to friend for a gift.
Scissors
Brass fasteners (4 per project)
Crayons/Markers
Glue stick
Teacher Tips for Lessons

Print: The lessons in this Fun Pack are printable, and should print on two pages. All of the craft pages, color pages, posters, iron-on images, accessories, and storyboard pictures are printable, as well. If you are having trouble with them printing the right size, go to your printer's Setup and check the option "fit to page" or "shrink to fit". You can also enlarge pictures in some printers Setup. Smaller storyboards may be easier to handle and store. To make a larger storyboard, enlarge when making a color copy of the pictures onto 17 X 24" cardstock (Kinko's or some office supply stores can do this for you.),

The color illustrations (iron-ons, posters and storyboard pictures) come out really nice if you print them on Premium Glossy Photo Paper, but its certainly not necessary. (This is a thick, cardboard-like paper with a glossy finish). If you don't want to print them on cardstock, you can print them on regular paper and glue the pictures on poster board. Then, you can just use the pictures 1 or two at a time, placing them side by side on the ledge of the chalkboard, or tape them to a bulletin board (please don't use tacks or push pins around young children for safety reasons). If they are to be used as a front and back picture, just put up and take down the pictures when the story tells you to turn over the storyboard.

USING STORYBOARDS: This storyboard has a right and left side, as indicated. (Left means the left side as you are looking at it in front of you). Hint: The characters should always be facing each other). If printing on regular paper, glue onto the correct side of poster board. The story will tell you when to show each picture on the story board. Read over the story ahead of time so you know when to use the storyboard background pictures and stick-on accessories. Keep the story accessory pictures in a manilla envelope and label each envelope. Have them ready to place on the storyboard before telling the story. A puppy puppet or stuffed animal is a fun to use to ask the questions at the end (optional). When telling the stories, read only what is in bold, starting with the Bible Verse. The words in parentheses are notes to you.

Free Storyboard / Stickers:
SUPPLIES: DIRECTIONS:
Printable stickers for friends lessons

Print all pictures onto cardstock, or print on regular paper and glue onto posterboard. Cut out all pictures. Apply restickable sticker glue onto the backs of Puppy Pictures and Sticker pictures. You may need to re-apply if some time has passed since you made these. Keep pictures for each story in a separate on Manilla envelope. Label with the name of the lesson they are for. If desired, cut a curved slit around the hands of the puppies, so you can insert the bunnies and box behind their hands, to make it look like they are holding them.

Light-Med. weight cardboard (Ex. poster board) OR print on card stock instead
Scissors
Restickable sticker glue
8-1/2 X 11 " Manilla envelope

GOOD FRIENDS ARE KIND (TODDLER LESSON - 2's & 3's)

Total story time: about 3-1/2 minutes.

Add time for questions and prayer at the end.

Just read what is in bold, beginning with the Bible verse. The words in parentheses are actions to take.)

Storyboard Pics:Right Picture, Left Picture, Accessories Page

Mark your Bible with the Bible Memory Verse, and read before lesson: Col. 3:12

GOOD FRIENDS ARE KIND

(Show the story board). Here's a story about Rompy-Dog and Stompy-Dog. We can just call them Rompy and Stompy for short. (Point to Rompy) This is Rompy-Dog. Today Rompy was really excited. He was excited because it was his turn to bring in something for Show-N-Tell. After lunch would be time for Show-N-Tell. It would be his turn to show the class something special and tell them all about it. He could hardly wait. Finally, the time came for Show-N-Tell. Rompy's mom had brought in a big box for Rompy. (Place the box with the lid on, with the bunnies underneath, in Rompy's hands). Rompy carried the box to the front of the class. The box was kind of hard to hold because whatever was inside box was moving around. Everybody wondered what was moving around in the box.

Then Rompy took off the lid and showed the class what was in the box. (take the lid off) Bunnies! Cute fluffy, baby bunnies! Each one was a different color! Rompy took them out of the box one-by-one and let his friends hold them. One was all black. (Take the black one out of the box.) One was all white. (Take the white one out of the box.) One was white with black spots. (Take that one out). The last one was black with white spots. (Take that one out.) Everybody liked holding and petting the little bunnies. His friend, Stompy, really loved the little black bunny. It was his favorite bunny. He just sat there and played with it for a long time. He didn't want to put it down. But, finally the teacher asked Stompy to go back to his seat because now they had to do their ABC lesson. So Stompy helped Rompy put the bunnies back in the box (put them back in). Then they put the lid on (put the lid on), put the box away (take the box & everything in it, off the storyboard), and went back to their seats.

During the lesson, Rompy noticed that Stompy was upset. "What's wrong, Stompy?", he asked. Stompy said, "Well... I can't stop thinking about the little black bunny". Its my favorite! I wanted a little black bunny for my birthday, but my parents got me a bike instead." Rompy felt bad for him and told him, "Well, you know what? You can have the little black bunny. I'll give it to you." Stompy asked, "Really? You would give me the little black bunny? Really-truly?" Rompy laughed a little, "Yes, if your mom will let you keep it, you can have it." Stompy smiled real big because he was sure mom would let him have the bunny. He said, "Thanks Rompy! That was really kind of you. You are a real friend. Thanks a lot!".

So, after class when their parents came to pick them up, Stompy told his mom all about the little bunnies. He told her that Rompy said he would give him the little black bunny if he was allowed to keep it. "Please, mom...please...can I have it?", he begged. Just then Rompy came by with the little black bunny. (place the black bunny in Rompy's hands) Here's the bunny. Are you allowed to have it?" Rompy asked. Stompy's mom answered, "Well, if you promise to take good care of it and feed it every day, you can have it". "Wow! Thanks mom...yes, I'll take really good care of it. I promise." So Rompy gave Stompy the little black bunny. (place the bunny in Stompy's hands). Stompy was so excited! He held the little bunny while he and his mom went to the Pet store to get some bunny food and a bunny-house. Stompy asked if they could buy an extra bag of bunny food to give to Rompy for his bunnies. "That's a good idea! I think he would like that." So they got two bags of bunny food, one for Stompy's bunny and one for Rompy's bunnies (place both bags of bunny food on the story board by Stompy).

Then they took the little bunny home and fed it some of the bunny food and gave it some water (place the bunny down by Stompy's feet, and the bunny dishes in front of it) . Rompy was really kind to give me the bunny." Stompy said. "Yes, it was a very kind thing for Rompy to do!" said mom, and . "Yep", said Stompy, "and now I'm going to do something kind for him too. I'm going to give him food for his bunnies!" (Place one bag of bunny food in Rompy's hands). "Wow! Thanks Stompy!", Rompy said. I needed some more bunny food. Now my bunnies will be very happy". "Glad I could help!", said Stompy. Then they gave each other a big hug. "I can see you two are really good friends now!" said mom. "Yes...he is a real friend - a kind friend; and I like being kind too." said Stompy. THE END.

Discussion Questions: Using the puppy puppet, say: Now Puppy has a few questions about the story. Raise your hand if you think know the answer. What was the kind thing Rompy did for his friend? (give him the black bunny) Did Stompy also do something for Rompy-Dog? (yes) What did he do? (got him some bunny food and gave it to him for his bunnies). What was the kind thing Stompy did for his little black bunny? (bought it some food and cared for it). Who is the kindest friend we have? (God). What are some ways God is kind to us? (gives us food, gives us parents to take care of us, gives us friends, gives us the Bible, saves us, adopts us as his children to be part of his family, etc.). What is a kind thing you can do for someone? (possible answers: Give them something they need, visit them when they are in the hospital, send a card on their birthday, be friendly to the new kids in your class or neighborhood, share your toys, etc.)

PRAYER: (This is just a sample prayer. Ask the Holy Spirit's guidance as you pray). "Dear God, Thank you for being so kind to me! Thank you for being my best friend of all. Thank you for giving me other friends too. Thank you for the kindness that friends show me. Help me be a kind friend to others, too. In Jesus' name".

For the other lessons in the Puppy Pals "Friends" Series - go to the Puppy Pals Fun Pack!

GOOD FRIENDS ARE KIND TO EACH OTHER (PRE-K / K Lesson - 4's & 5's)

Total story time: less than 5 minutes.

Add time for questions and prayer at the end.

Storyboard pictures.

Bible Verse: Col. 3:12

GOOD FRIENDS ARE KIND TO EACH OTHER

This story is about two little dogs, Rompy-Dog and Stompy-Dog. We can call them Rompy and Stompy for short. Rompy-Dog likes to romp around and tumble a lot. That is why his name is Rompy-Dog. Today Rompy was really excited. He was excited because today it was his turn to bring in something for Show-N-tell. Right now it was play time so he was just doing some sommersaults. After lunch would be show-and-tell. He could hardly wait. He had a hard time sitting through lunch - he was kind of squirmy in his seat. "When was Show-N-Tell?, he thought, "Was it time yet?" Finally, the time came for Show-N-Tell. Rompy's mom had brought in a big box for Rompy's Show-N-Tell. Rompy carried the box to the front of the class. The box was kind of hard to hold because whatever was in the box was moving around. Then somebody whispered, "I hear something move in the box!" And somebody else said, "I wonder what could be in the wiggly box!?"

Finnally Rompy-Dog took off the lid and showed the class what was in the box. Bunnies! Cute fluffy, baby bunnies! Each one was a different color. Rompy took them out of the box one-by-one and let his friends hold them. One was all black. One was all white. The other two were black and white with spots. Rompy's friends liked holding and petting the soft, fluffy little bunnies. One of his friends, Stompy, really loved the little black bunny. It was his favorite bunny. He just sat there and played and played with the special little black bunny for a long time. All of his other friends had gone back to their seats, but Stompy-Dog wanted to keep petting the little black bunny. He liked it so much he didn't want to put it down. But, finally the teacher asked Stompy to go back to his seat because now they had to do their ABC lesson. Hard as it was to let go, Stompy gave back the little bunny to Rompy. Then, he helped Rompy put the little bunnies back in the box. Then they put the lid on, put the box away and went back to their seats.

During the lesson, Rompy-Dog noticed that Stompy-Dog was not paying attention. "What's wrong, Stompy Dog?", he asked. Stompy-Dog looked sad as he told him, "Well, I can't stop thinking about the little black bunny". Its really cute. I wanted a black bunny for my birthday, but my parents got me a bike instead because I wanted a bike too! But, now I wish I had gotten the bunny." Rompy Dog felt bad for him and told him, "Well, you know what? You can have the little black bunny. I'll give it to you!" Stompy Dog asked, "Really? You would give me the little black bunny? Really-truly?" Rompy Dog laughed a little, "Yes, if your mom will let you keep it, you can have it." Stompy Dog smiled really big because he was sure mom would let him have the bunny. He said, "Thanks Rompy! That's really kind of you. You are a real friend. Thanks a lot!".

So, after class when their moms came to pick them up, Stompy told his mom all about Rompy's Show-N-Tell, and the cute little bunnies. He told her all about his favorite bunny - the little black bunny, and how fun it was to play with it. He also told her how Rompy said he would give him the little black bunny if he was allowed to keep it. "Please, mom...please...can I have it?", he begged. Just then Rompy came by with the little black bunny. Here's the little bunny. Are you allowed to have it?" Rompy asked? Stompy's mom answered, "Well, if you promise to take good care of it and feed it every day, you can have it". "Wow! Thanks mom...yes, I'll take really good care of it. I promise." So Rompy gave Stompy the little black bunny. Stompy was so excited! He held the little bunny in his lap while he and his mom went to the Pet store to get some bunny food and a bunny-house. Then Stompy had an idea. He asked his mom if they could buy an extra bag of bunny food to give to Rompy for his three bunnies. "That's a good idea! I think he would like that." So they got two bags of bunny food, one for Stompy's bunny, and one for Rompy's bunnies.

Then they took it home and fed it some of the bunny food and gave it some water. Stompy named his bunny Honey Bunny because Honey is sweet, and that would remind him of the sweet, kind thing Rompy did when he gave him the bunny. "Now I will always remember how kind Rtompy was to give me the bunny." Stompy said. "Yes, it was a very kind thing for Rompy to do, wasn't it?" said mom. "Yep, Stompy replied, "and now I'm going to do something kind for him too. I'm going to give him a bag of bunny food for his bunnies!" "Yes, that's very nice of you. I think he will like that a lot. I can see you two are really good friends now" replied mom. "Yes...he is a real friend, said Stompy, "a kind friend; and I like being kind too." THE END.

Discussion Questions: Using the puppy puppet, say: Now Puppy has a few questions about the story. Raise your hand if you think know the answer. What was the kind thing Rompy did for his friend? (give him the bunny.) Did Stompy also do something for Rompy? (yes - he bought him some food for his bunnies). What was the kind thing Stompy did for his little black bunny? (bought it some food and cared for it). Who is our best friend? (God). What are some ways God is kind to us? (possible answers: gives us food, gives us parents to take care of us, gives us friends, gives us the Bible, saves us, adopts us as his children to be part of his family, etc.). What is a kind thing you can do for someone? (possible answers: give them things they need, be friendly to new kids or shy kids, care about their feelings, etc.)

PRAYER: (This is just a sample prayer. Ask the Holy Spirit's guidance as you pray). Dear God, Thank you for giving me friends. Thank you that my friends are kind. Help me be a good friends to others. Help me be kind to them too. In Jesus' name, Amen

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