Caught in a Cave

How many times are children faced with the opportunity to do something wrong? Like us… I think the answer is always!

David could have stopped Saul once and for all trying to end his life, but, David chose to do the right thing. IF David did the wrong thing, he would have become king! The temptation was so great! 

But still, he did the right thing. It’s important to talk to children about the difference in making a choice based on feelings (ie. what they want), and based on principle. If they follow the Bible, and God’s laws, they’ll never have to wonder what to do! God makes it easy to know the difference between right and wrong. Let’s help our children choose right even when it’s hard. 

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What you'll need:

  • Printer/paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Coloring tools

Child Involvement:

  • Cutting 
  • Coloring
  • Role Play



  • Color and cut out. 
  • Fold strips along fold marks to make a triangle. Glue people to the long strip. Slightly bend people over the triangle of they fall over.
  • You can glue a coin or something heavy to the bottom of the triangle to make them more stable.
  • If possible, think of ways to make a cave for your child(ren). They will love it! Maybe just a blanket draped over a chair! 
  • I would LOVE to seeing and sharing photo of these crafts in action! Please send them to me, or tag me on Instagram @asketchoffaith

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