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Bible Coloring Book for Kids

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This is a free online coloring application which helps children learn about parts of the Bible by having them color one of dozens of scenes from the Bible. Scripture scenes are derived from the books of Genesis, Exodus and Numbers.

  • Touch the screen or click your mouse to start the game.
  • Use the left and right arrows to page through the scenes until you find one you want to color.
  • Select the scene and color it in.
  • When you are done coloring you can use the button in the upper right corner of the game to save a printable version of your image which you can email or print.





Use Our Coloring Book Online

You can play this immersive educational coloring game for children online by clicking in the window below.

Alternatively you can play this web application on a stand-alone basis here.

We will also provide printable images and a printable PDF workbook. The PDF is here and the images are available individually further down the page.

Free Printable PDF & Word Bible Coloring Books

If you would like to print out any or all of the image files we offer a book of them in PDF and Microsoft Word formats. Right click either of the following links and save them. Bible Coloring Book for Kids [PDF] / Bible Coloring Book for Kids [Word]

Bible Coloring Book for Children Instructions

How to Play

Choose a scene to color and color it.

  • Starting the Coloring Game
    • Tap on the welcome screen or click your mouse to enter the game.
    • Use the left and right arrows to flip through scenes.
    • Click on the scene you would like to color.
  • Bible Scenes
    • Genesis 3: 1-15 The Fall of the Garden
    • Genesis 4: 1-13 Cain and Abel
    • Genesis 12: 10-20: Abram and Sarai
    • Genesis 28: 12-22 The Dream of the Ladder of Jaco
    • Genesis 35: 1-5 Back to Bethel
    • Exodus 3: 1-12 Burning Bush
    • Exodus 4: 10-17 Doubt of Moses
    • Exodus 14: 5-14 God, Pharaoh, Moses
    • Exodus 14: 21-31 Crossing the Red Sea
    • Exodus 17: 1-7 Moses and the Stone
    • Numbers 14: 22-30 Adults Die
  • Coloring
    • After you select the scene you want to color it will open in the center of the screen with the controls around it.
    • On the left side there are 7 colors to choose from: blue, green, yellow, red, pink, orange, and brown. The selected color has a red arrow next to it.
    • On the bottom there are 6 buttons for the size of the brush ranging from small to large. The selected size is white in the middle.
    • On the right side from top to bottom there is:
      • a picture button to save your work
      • an eraser
      • turn music on or off
      • go back to the main book to pick another picture to color
      • trash erases all work on the current page
  • Strategy
    • Coloring
      • If you paint two colors in the same spot they do not mix. Instead the new top color replaces the old color.
      • If you drag the crayon quickly it will leave white spots it skipped in the middle, whereas if you are slow it will color in a solid rounded area.
      • Generally it makes sense to use a smaller brush size and move slowly near the edges and move a bit quicker in the middle with a larger brush.
      • If coloring inside an area appears tough because it is too small then you can intentionally color way beyond its edges and then use the eraser around the edges of the area.
    • When the screen is online the image appears to have an off-white scroll-like background.
      • If you use the image export button the left and right sides as well as the top appear to have a solid background. The bottom retains part of the background design.
      • You can not color the very edge of the screen, though if you try to the edge of the printout will be colored on all sides except the bottom.
      • Uncolored parts of the image retain the off white cream color online and if saved.
      • If you would like completely white images use the images lower down on the page or download our PDF and Word printable workbooks.
    • Exporting your work
      • When you click on the camera to generate a picture click on “save as” instead of “open.”
      • If you click on the open button it could try to open part of the game and flag a security warning rather than exporting the image.
      • If clicking tries to generate an HTML file then click again in the center of the camera until the attempted export file type is .png.

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Bible Coloring Book Application Screenshots

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Printable Bible Scene Clipart Images for Coloring

Below are the images from our workbook and game. Right click on any of them to save them and then print the ones you like.

Book of Genesis Color Drawings for Kids

Genesis 3: 1-15 The Fall of the Garden Bible Drawings for Kids


Genesis 4: 1-13 Cain and Abel Bible Drawings for Kids


Genesis 12: 10-20 Abram and Sarai Bible Drawings for Kids


Genesis 28: 12-22 The Dream of the Ladder of Jaco Bible Drawings for Kids


Genesis 35: 1-5 Back to Bethel Bible Drawings for Kids


Book of Exodus Color Drawings for Kids

Exodus 3: 1-12 Burning Bush Bible Drawings for Kids


Exodus 4: 10-17 Doubt of Moses Bible Drawings for Kids


Exodus 14: 5-14 God, Pharaoh, Moses Bible Drawings for Kids


Exodus 14: 21-31 Crossing the Red Sea Bible Drawings for Kids


Exodus 17: 1-7 Moses and the Stone Bible Drawings for Kids


Book of Numbers Coloring Drawings for Kids

Numbers 14: 20-30 Bible Drawings for Kids

People Angry at Moses.
man thinking of gathering food.
family grieving for the dead.
group of happy and sad people.

Mobile Friendly Cross Browser Support

This game is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, so it offers cross-device gameplay. You can play it on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. This game works in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.

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4 comments on "Bible Coloring Book for Kids"

  • Joey says:

    Introduce your child to the stories in the Holy Bible through this digital coloring book. The book showcases several scenes from Genesis, Exodus, and Numbers. Each chapter has a corresponding Bible verse for the users to cross reference. For every story, there are four images to color. The eraser tool, export, and navigation options are on the right, while the colors are on the left. Size options are at the bottom.

    One of the main drawbacks of the program is its limited palette. The player only has seven colors to work with. Unless you’re working on a touch screen, coloring within the lines is also going to be difficult. It’s easier to paint solid colors first, then paint over or erase unwanted parts after.

    The game’s pages resemble parchment and are light taupe color. This makes a great substitute for flesh tones. You do have the option of importing the images after you’ve done coloring them. If your child prefers doing things old school, try downloading and printing the individual pages.

  • Karlien says:

    Thanks you so much for this!!!!

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