The links provided here all lead to other vacation bible school lessons pdf sites. They are provided in the hope that they will be useful in your research. They are from various religious groups and I take no responsibility for the accuracy or doctrine of the content. I use this site all the time.

This site indexes the material available on the web by the lesson’s topic. Doesn’t always have lessons per se, but categorizes the resources for you. This curriculum covers EVERY story you could imagine. These are great reinforcements because they only rely on scripture, and they cover every lesson you can teach. Nice, free worksheets with pictures on New and Old Testament lessons.

Blog with full lessons, lesson plans, songs, activities and more on a wide range of lessons. Free lessons, crafts, activities and games for Sunday School. Crafts, lesson plans, printables, games, coloring pages, songs, bulletin boards, and more. Part of a family of sites with education based content.

Colorful, free PDF lessons with nice illustrations for many ages in multiple languages. No index, but worth digging through. Lessons, games, songs, object talks, activities crafts. Some information only available to paid members.

Has a section for teachers with ideas on how to prepare. Jesus Is All Ministries – subscription Sunday School lessons delivered weekly by email. Topical “real-world” lessons from the Children’s Bible Hour radio show, indexed by Bible reference, topic and date aired. Bible lessons, online activities, slideshows, songs, and games.

Activities, printable crafts, devotions and resources for teaching kids about Bible truths. Incredible, interactive, visual family tree of the people in the Old Testament. You’ve got to look at this. It will help you and your students understand who was related to whom.

The Reference Section of this site has a dictionary with descriptions and often images of the places, people, animals and plants mentioned in Scripture. Provides multiple Bible translations, concordance, Nave’s Topical Bible, Hebrew and Greek Lexicons, and many other well-known¬†resources. A resident of Israel provides photos, reviews and histories of Biblical locations. Very thorough and the photos are very large and clear. A portal for downloading curriculum, worksheets, videos, songs and more. The format allows for user ratings and reviews, which is neat.

I only wish I could see the content before downloading it. Sells magic based object lessons with lesson plans, as well as clown supplies, puppets, science lessons, and more. A growing collection of free lessons, crafts, and many printables for Bible lessons. Linda Gambrell designed drill kits for teaching students the Books of the Bible, days of creation, journeys of Paul, the kingdoms, judges, and more. She has the source material available as a free download! This is a cool use of Google earth’s mapping interface.

Biblical text links to geographic references, which then zoom in on Google earth. Also explore Google’s satellite imagery to get a visual relationship between locations. Provides overlays to compare ancient borders with modern ones. Dynamations: Bible stories animated in Flash. Will keep the most distracted pre-teen boys engrossed.