You won't have to go on a journey to make these Abraham Bible crafts. You can find most of the materials in your craft supply cabinet. God called Abram (Abraham) to go to a new land. God would also make Abraham's descendants as numerous as the sand of the earth and the stars of the sky.
The account of Abraham is found in the book of Genesis.
The first two Abraham Bible crafts are about going on a journey.
God calls Abram (Abraham) to go on a journey to a new land. Abram's (Abraham's) brother's son Lot also goes with him. Genesis 12:1-4
Cut two 4-inch squares from different colored paper. Also, cut a 7-inch circle.
Take one of the 4-inch squares. Fold the square in half.
Fold in half the other way. Look at the square. You will see two sides with cut edges and two that have folded edges.
Hold the square so that the point with folded edges is near you and the cut edges are away from you. Fold the corner that is near your let hand over to the corner near your right hand. You will have a triangle.
One side will be a fold, one side will be the cut edges, and the other side will open but have three folded edges.
On the side with the three folded edges measure about 1 inch from the point.
Place your scissors on your mark and cut to the point on the open edge.
When you open you will have a rose with four points.
Fold your other 4-inch piece of paper to make another rose.
Glue the two roses together so that you have eight points.
Glue the rose to the center of the circle.
Write N, E, S, W on the circle next to the top, center, and bottom points.
You can also write on your compass a message such as “Follow God”.
And Abram took Sarai his wife, and Lot his brother's son, and all their substance that they had gathered, and the souls that they had gotten in Haran; and they went forth to go into the land of Canaan; and into the land of Canaan they came. Genesis 12:5 KJV
Now, Abraham probably didn't carry a backpack. But it is a fun way to represent Abraham’s preparation for the journey.
Round the top and bottom of a 9 by 12-inch piece of construction paper so that it looks like a backpack.
Cut a 9 by 3 1/2 inch piece of a different color for the flap. Round the top to fit the main backpack piece.
Cut two strips of paper 1 by 12-inches for the straps.
Cut a small rectangle 3/4 by 2 inches.
Glue the flap to the backpack. Also, glue the 3/4 by 2-inch rectangle to the bottom of the flap.
Glue the straps to the back.
Have your students write Hebrews 11:8 on a piece of paper. Trim around the writing.
Glue the paper to the backpack.
God promises Abraham that his seed (descendants) would be as numerous as the dust of the earth and the stars of the sky. Genesis 13:16, Genesis 15:5, Genesis 28:14, Genesis 22:17, Genesis 26:4
Cut a strip of sandpaper 2 by 12 inches (11 inches will work, but some blue will show on the sides). Glue to the bottom of the blue construction paper.
Place the cardboard behind the blue paper. Use the pushpin to make holes in the top of the construction paper.
Fold a 6-inch square piece of black paper in half. With a white pencil, draw half of a man wearing a robe shape.
Cut the shape out and glue it to the sandpaper and background piece.
Hold your picture up to a light to see the stars.
Abraham Bible crafts show that the faithful follow God.