Paul and Silas Shake Free
In Acts 16:22-34 Paul and Silas are put in prison. While they are singing songs to God an earthquake loosens the chains and opens the doors in the prison, but Paul and Silas stay in the jail. When the jailer sees that Paul and Silas stayed, he asks them how to be saved. They tell him about Jesus and he and his family are all baptized. When you read this story, discuss how God is always with us, even when the situation is bad. He has the power to save us. Whatever God does in the situation, we can use it as an opportunity to tell others about Jesus!
This is the "reader" version of Paul and Silas Shake Free. It is just right for small hands, and for making copies.
Story Felt Board is a collection of art you can use to make characters for a felt board. Simply cut them out, laminate them if desired, and glue some felt on the back. Use it to act out the story, or allow children to retell the story on their own.
Building Comprehension Paul and Silas Shake Free is a way to answer comprehension questions about the story while building with blocks. Use whatever blocks your child/children like best. Each player gets one block per correct answer. Answer lots of questions to get lots of blocks.
On the Paul and Silas Shake Free Puzzle Page, children fill in blanks in the Bible story summary and then use those words in a cross-word puzzle.