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Moses Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Get ready to journey back in time with these 20 Moses coloring pages, free for you to download and print! With this series, you can experience the biblical tales of courage, faith, and leadership from Moses as you add your own colors to these beautifully designed pages.

This collection offers illustrations that chronicle key events from Moses’ life, from his miraculous survival in a basket on the Nile to the moment he received the Ten Commandments atop Mount Sinai. Young colorists can bring to life the parting of the Red Sea, his encounters with Pharaoh, and the trek of the Israelites through the desert.

To get started, click on any of the below images or links, which will open the PDF coloring sheet in a new tab. From there, you are free to download, print, or even color digitally on an iPad.

All of these coloring pages are on standard US letter size, but they also fit perfectly onto A4 paper sizes too! Enjoy!

10 Craft Ideas To Do With Moses Coloring Pages

Perhaps one of the most famous Bible stories of all time, Moses captures the interest of all children!

If those coloring pages have piled up, try these terrific, inexpensive crafts.

1. Saving Baby Moses

Start this adorable craft by having the youngster trace and cut out three handprints from green construction paper.

Then, use ordinary craft paint to color a white paper plate blue. The handprints should be glued to the top as if the fingers are rushes sticking out of the water.

When a Baby Moses coloring page is completed, the character should be cut out and placed in the plate’s center.

It will look just like Moses is floating along in his famous basket!

2. Make a Christmas Tree Ornament

Begin making this beautiful Christmas tree ornament by cutting the center from a paper plate and painting or coloring the rest of it red or green.

Have the youngster add some tufts of blue tissue paper to the bottom of the circle to depict water, and add some green or brown pipe cleaners to the sides as bulrushes.

Place the Moses cutout at the bottom in the center, punch a hole at the top for a piece of red or green yarn, and hang this adorable ornament on the tree!

3. Let the Seas Part

For this unique craft, have the youngster color various characters from a page featuring Moses’ famous Red Sea journey.

Give the child a piece of brown construction paper and glue tufts of blue tissue paper to either side.

This will perfectly depict the water rolling back to present a path of dry ground. 

The characters should then be cut out, leaving small tabs at the bottom on which to place glue. Attach them in an upright position to the “dry” section for a great 3D craft.

4. The 10 Commandments

Begin this craft by having the youngsters cut out two shapes resembling the famous stone tablets that contained the 10 Commandments. 

These should be stapled to a piece of posterboard so that they open like doors. Glue the coloring page to the center so that when the “doors” open, the artwork is displayed.

The youngsters can then complete this engaging craft by writing the 10 Commandments on the tablets with black magic markers.

5. Moses and the Burning Bush

All children remember the story of Moses and the burning bush.

To start this fun craft, have the youngster draw a burning bush with crayons or markers on a piece of cardstock, folding the bottom inch back so that it stands on its own.

Then, when Moses is colored and cut out, wrap the cutout around an empty bathroom tissue cardboard and fashion a pipe cleaner staff to glue to Moses’ hand.

Glue the roll to the cardstock featuring the burning bush for a unique 3D scene!

6. In the bulrushes

All children love the story of Moses being found floating in the bulrushes, and that’s the theme for this terrific craft.

Have the youngsters cut strips of green construction paper, curl them, and glue them in a row along the bottom of a blue piece of cardstock.

When Moses and his basket are colored and cut out, the cutout should be glued behind the “bulrushes.” 

Write “God Watches Over Baby Moses” at the top in puffy paint, and when the curling green strips are pulled aside, Moses is floating in the water!

7. Fun With the Ten Commandments

This craft is easy and fun for any age child, and two coloring pages will be needed.

Have the youngsters write the 10 Commandments on two pieces of construction paper, five on each page, using a different color for each commandment.

When the children have finished their coloring pages, one should be glued to the back of each page.

Carefully roll them up with the coloring page side facing out. Give each youngster pieces of twine to tie them shut, and when unrolled, they become Moses’ famous scrolls!

8. Burning Bush Comes to Life

Begin this craft by having each child draw a simple tree without leaves on white paper or posterboard.

Add small pieces of orange or red tissue paper to create the illusion of a burning bush. 

Moses should then be colored, cut out, and glued to the paper alongside the bush. 

A pipe cleaner can be added for a staff, and cotton can be used to embellish Moses’ hair and beard. Orange or red glitter works great as a finishing touch. Display this cute poster anywhere!

9. Floating Along

For this cute craft, give each youngster a large paper plate and let them add layers of blue glitter to depict water.

Then, small strips should be cut from green cardstock and attached upright to the plate’s base by bending the strips a bit at the bottom and gluing them fast.

When baby Moses is colored and cut out, he should be placed in a cupcake baking paper and glued to the plate’s center.

 It will look just like Moses is floating in the bulrushes.

10. Make a Cute Desktop Ornament

For this craft, use a coloring page featuring Moses holding the two 10 Commandment tablets.

When finished, Moses should be cut out and glued to an empty bathroom tissue roll, allowing his arms to stretch out rather than gluing them to the roll.

Use tufts of cotton to embellish his beard and hair, and add pom-poms as feet.

Place this cute ornament on a bureau, desk, or coffee table.

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