Online Learning for K – 1 for April 27 – Bible Story Time

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

Download Bible App for Kids (have a grown-up help you). Do one or more of the interactive stories.
Bible App for Kids (Apple)
Bible App for Kids (Google)

Another Bible app option:
Superbook for Kids (Apple)
Superbook for Kids (Google)

Watch a Bible Story video from one of these sites:
Bible App for Kids Videos
Bible Stories for Kids (NOTE: Youtube Channel)


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.

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