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Devotions for Kindergartners: 9 Bible-Based Resources for Young Children

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Most preschoolers and kindergartners are energetic and eager to learn. As children develop, their attention spans also increase. When you’re preparing Sunday school lessons and devotions for kindergartners, build in time for questions and movement. Being an active participant helps a child grasp the Bible concept you’re teaching. Repetition is still vital at this age, too.

For children’s church messages and devotions for kindergartners, age-appropriate materials are essential. Maybe you already have a favorite curriculum or resource. But if you’re looking for something new or want to branch out, materials are available online. Some are free, while others are available to purchase. Try searching by Bible character, Scripture verse, or theme. Parents and caregivers also appreciate recommendations for family devotion resources.

Remember: Crafts and games are fun, effective additions to devotions for kindergartners. They help the day’s learning “stick.” Plus, taking home projects lets kids share the message with others.

Below is an assortment of devotions for kindergartners you can try and suggest:

9 Devotions for Kindergartners

Combine faith and fun with these materials:

1. Fruit of the Spirit

This yummy devotion is the whole package. It offers everything from invitations and name tags to craft and coloring pages.

2. School-Themed Devotions

We love these short but powerful kid-friendly devotions. Each is based on a different school supply item.

3. Bible ABCs

For most kindergartners, learning letters and words is a major focus. So use their newfound alphabet knowledge to tie in brief lessons from God’s Word!

4. Nature-Based Devotions

Take kids outside for nature-themed lessons. You’ll have a great time exploring the wonders of God’s Creation.

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Stephanie Martin, a freelance writer and editor in Denver, has spent her entire 30-year journalism career in Christian publishing. She loves the Word and words, is a binge reader and grammar nut, and is fanatic (as her family can attest) about Jeopardy! and pro football.