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Proverbs 15:1 Coloring Pages

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I am always on the hunt for ways to instill good values into my kids and what better place to find some of the greatest virtues than the book of Proverbs?

There are so many great Proverbs for Students in the Bible to share with a teach our children.  But, memorization can be hard without adding movement.

That is why I love these Proverbs 15:1 coloring pages to help my children with memorizing these values and living a Proverbs life!

Proverbs 15.1 Coloring Page

Proverbs 15:1 teaches our children to be mindful of the words and tone we use when communicating.  Our children should always remember that being calm and kind will often spark kindness in others but being mean or hateful will cause us to receive the same in return.

A gentle answer turns away wrath, but a harsh word stirs up anger. – Proverbs 15:1

This is one I struggle with! I like the adult version of these Proverbs 15:1 coloring pages to help me remember.

I was given the gift of words, unfortunately it is a constant struggle for me to remember to use my words for good rather than revenge.  To remember to go calm and kind in moments of adversity, rather than fighting back.  But, life is much easier and more rewarding when I don’t let the devil turn my tongue fiery and it is up to us parents to help our children see this as well.

Politeness Teaching Resources:

Elementary Etiquette Lesson Plans for Grades 3-5

How to teach kids polite phrases

Teaching Students Respect and Politeness

Proverbs 15:1 Coloring Pages:

The Proverbs 15:1 coloring pages include three sheets that you can print all at once, or just choose the one you want.

The sheets are:

  1.  A more advanced coloring page that has a coloring quote as well as adult or advanced coloring.
  2. The Proverb and easier coloring for smaller hands (and bigger crayons).
  3. Just the quote with the most important words in fun designs.

Download Your Proverbs 15:1 Coloring Pages

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Elita Sullivan

Thursday 21st of October 2021

Thank you for the coloring pages.