Read in 2 mins Bible Activities and Sermons » Activity Type » Craft Print / Download Article Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email Kids’ Bible Craft: Jesus Heals a Man Who Was Blind Published: November 26, 2021 In this craft, kids will use googly eyes to make Braille cards as they learn about one of Jesus’ miracles (healing a man who was blind). Scripture: John 9:1-41 You’ll need: “Braille Alphabet” handout (2 per child) 1/4-inch self-adhesive googly eyes (at least 26 per child) pencils markers Easy Prep Make a sample craft to show kids. Tip For extra fun, use colored googly eyes instead of black. Jesus Heals a Man Who Was Blind Make a Braille Card Say: Jesus healed a man who was blind. Jesus has the power to heal! Let’s make encouraging cards for people who are struggling and need Jesus’ power. Have kids share about people from the church who need prayers and love. Kids will make their cards for those people. Give each child a “Braille Alphabet” handout. Have kids fold their handouts in half like a card, with the Braille key on the inside left flap. Kids will then use the key to figure out how to write a get-well message in Braille on the front of the card. For example, kids could write “Get well!” (which uses 26 dots) or “Jesus heals” (which uses 27). Have kids use pencils to mark where the dots will go; that will make it easier to apply googly eyes later. Before kids apply googly eyes, have them open their cards and write an encouraging message inside (using regular English letters). Kids can also use markers to decorate inside the cards. Get Better Say: Since Jesus healed a man who was blind in our Bible story, our get-well cards will use eyeballs to make Braille letters. Have kids stick googly eyes onto the pencil dots they made earlier to spell their message in Braille. Then they can use markers to decorate the front of the cards around the Braille message. Ask: What encourages you or helps you feel better when you need help? Share your own example first. Say: Jesus has the power to heal people who need just a little bit of help and to heal people who are really struggling. He could even make a man who was blind see! Collect the cards to give to the people in your church who kids mentioned earlier. Also give kids each an extra copy of the handout to take home so they can make another card for someone they know who is sick. This craft was taken from Makerific WOWS!: 54 Surprising Bible Crafts (ages 8-12). Looking for more kids’ crafts? Check out these ideas! © Group Publishing, Inc. All rights reserved. No unauthorized use or duplication permitted. Get our FREE enewsletter! Join thousands of other children’s ministry leaders, getting fresh, helpful ideas delivered weekly to your inbox. Sign Up Please enter valid email address Sign Up Recieve offers and promos from Group? Got it! Would you also like offers and promos from Group? Yes! No Thanks, you're all set!