Adam and Eve Felt Story Set

Since our homeschool history studies began with the earliest people, I thought reviewing the story of Adam and Eve would be a great introduction, and a new felt set was born! After taking some time off, it felt so good to get back into cutting and gluing, and I’m excited about the first in this series of Bible stories.

There are so many ways to teach your kids the scriptures! Since our kids are little, we’ve primarily focused on teaching and familiarizing them with the stories for now, knowing the principles and application will come later on, and these felt sets are a fun way to get them involved. It’s also a good way to test their comprehension–just ask them to act it out for you!

There are lots of ways you can use these printables.

Here are a few ideas:

  • Print on t-shirt transfer paper, iron onto sheets of felt, cut out, and use on a flannel board. (TUTORIAL)
  • Print on cardstock, laminate, cut out, and place a magnet on the back. Use on the fridge, magnet board, or metal cookie sheet. (TUTORIAL)
  • Print on cardstock, laminate, and glue to popsicle sticks for stick puppets.
  • Print on cardstock, laminate, place a piece of rough velcro on the back. Stick to a flannel board.
  • Make a file folder game.

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Comments

  1. Krista Jensen says:

    Thank you SO much for these Pam!! They are SO cute! I teach preschool at our church’s Christian School. I plan to print these out and laminate them. I’m not sure yet if we’ll use them on a flannel board or as a game file… or both! :) Again, thank you SO much!!

    ~Krista J.

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  2. I just purchased your Visual Routine cards and then found the creation ones. Thanks so much, these are adorable!!!

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    pameladonnis Reply:

    Thank you so much for the purchase!!

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  3. Super cute!! I’m excited to use these for family night! Thank you!

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  4. Oh my goodness, this is SO what I was looking for. I was thinking that I could make my own but was getting so overwhelmed. My 2 1/2 year old daughter is totally into story telling and I really want to start doing more than just our daily morning, dinner & bedtime devotions. This is so perfect. I’m giddy about it!

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    pameladonnis Reply:

    I’m so glad they’ll help! If there is a specific story you’d like to see, let me know :).

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  5. Noah and the Ark would be easy for you to create. You already have adorable animals designed. Just add Noah and the Ark. Your graphics are adorable.

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  6. So cute

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  7. Thank you for the opportunity to share Adam & Eve with my 3 year old. I am overwhelmed with everything on the “to do” list with the older kids and often I find very little is spent on my baby. My prayer is that this year I would have wisdom to balance out all 3 children and their learning journey. I am truly blessed and you are an answer to prayer.

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    pameladonnis Reply:

    Thank you SO much for sharing this with me! I completely understand, as I sometimes struggle to balance time and learning between my four kids as well. Hope you enjoy the stories!

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  8. Thank you so much for this ministry of yours!! I have a 3 year old son that I homeschool. I have been wanting to find ways to make the Bible come alive for him without purchasing the expensive curriculum or felt sets. This is exactly what I wanted. I printed your sets. I painted toilet paper rolls (for a 3D effect) and am about to hot glue my laminated Adam and Eve on them to tell the story. My son is going to love it! I will probably print extra figures so he can play with them on a cookie sheet. :) I am looking forward to seeing additional Bible characters. These are GORGEOUS. If I can make it to the store, I may add yarn to Adam and Eve to make them pop a bit more. I pray that this little bit helps my son remember history! Thank you so very much. God bless you!

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    pameladonnis Reply:

    I really appreciate your kind feedback, and I’m so happy you’re enjoying the story pieces! There are several other free Bible story sets as well, hopefully you’ve also discovered those! If you think of it, I’d love to see a picture of your final project! Love the idea for the 3-D effect. Have fun, and thanks for visiting.
    xoxo, Pam

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