Some craft ideas for children's Bible stories include a paper or cardboard Noah's Ark and Moses in a Cradle. Other craft ideas are Joseph's coat of many colors and a rainbow book of Bible stories.
Make a Noah's Ark by folding and cutting paper according to the diagram on the AHC Arts and Crafts website. Or, craft an ark from a cardboard box. Cut windows and a door in the box, and use cardboard to craft a roof and a gangplank. Place it on an oval cardboard base to represent the boat. Supply packing peanuts, pipe cleaners, toothpicks and paper so children can make different kinds of animals.
Moses' cradle is another Bible craft made from reshaping a cardboard box, with a baby Moses made from pipe cleaners. Allow children to color the cradle after they glue it together.
Joseph's coat of many colors is easy to make from newspaper. Fold the sheet in half, then cut a neck hole and a front opening. Allow children to color it as brilliantly as they want. Another colorful project is the rainbow book of Bible stories. Stack and fold colored paper, then punch two holes in the fold and tie the book together. Children then paste in pictures or draw their favorite Bible stories.