Children’s aids: Torah coloring pages

Hallel Fellowship has curated a list of Yeshua-friendly coloring page sites that can help you help your children grasp the Torah studies at their own pace in an entertaining, yet respectful way.

Our small congregation has no separate services for children or teens, so most children sit through the adult Torah, Haftarah and Brit Chadasha studies alongside their parents, which can be difficult for young minds to grasp and endure.

“All education is self-education. A teacher is only a guide, to point out the way, and no school, no matter how excellent, can give you education. What you receive is like the outlines in a child’s coloring book. You must fill in the colors yourself.” —Louis L’Amor

Coloring within the lines of Yeshua’s Torah

The Alliance of Redeemed Israel, formerly known as the Messianic Israel Alliance, has a printable coloring book (in PDF format) from Aish.com based on the weekly Torah portions.

The Tree of Live Bible Society, a Messianic Jewish bible society, has free Yeshua-focused downloadable coloring pages for children.

This home school page has Christian and Jewish themed coloring pages as well as coloring pages that coordinate with a home school curriculum.

Challah Crumbs has printable coloring pages of each of the letters of the Hebrew Aleph-Bet as well as Feast-Day themed pages.

Torah Tots has interactive games as well as printable coloring sheets about they types of work we shouldn’t do on Shabbat. They also have as age-appropriate (no coloring books) lessons on modern Jewish holidays such as Yom haShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day) and Yom Yerushalayim (Jerusalem Reunification Day).

If you are looking for ideas to help reinforce the lessons of the Torah lesson at home with your children, check out Parsha Projects. It’s a blog with “crafts and snacks designed to teach preschoolers about the weekly Torah portion at home.”

Don’t leave the adults out

Jews for Jesus has a Messianic Jewish themed adult coloring book for purchase if you want to color alongside your children.

Banner Photo: A rainbow of crayons by freeimages.com/BillyAlexander. Available via creative commons. 

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