This week we are going to explore ways we can use technology to learn about and share Bible stories. Please do one or more of the choices below. Have a grown-up help you decide what to do. You may leave a comment to tell me which Bible Story you did or watched when you are done. If you did a project, I’d love to see it. Have a grown-up email it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Use the Voice Memo app on your phone or iPad to record your child retelling their favorite Bible story. (You can gain great insights by listening to what they say!) – I forgot to mention this project in the video! Sorry!
Draw a picture of your favorite Bible story using an iPad app. Here are some suggestions:
- Hello Crayon ( was used with K students)
- Draw and Tell( was used with K students)
- KidPix5 – (NOTE: this is a paid app. It is the same as the software that we use in technology class. If you have an iPad, it might be worth the cost as a familiar way for students to do technology activities at home.)
- Any other app or website that lets you draw or create a Bible Story picture is ok.
BIBLE BUDDIES APP ($3.99) If you are looking for something new to do with your child, I highly recommend purchasing this app. Students can record their own animated Bible stories using their finger to move characters while they talk. It is a wonderful way to have them retell the truths that they are learning.