Easy Toddler Creation Activities – Day 6 and 7

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And with this post, we’ve come to the final 2 days of our toddler creation activities week! It’s been a really fun experience to do. One we’ll most definitely do again with alternative activities and crafts. Because let’s face it, the creation story has so many different craft options. They’re almost endless!

For day 6 of creation week, I decided to just do a simple colouring page of the entire garden of Eden. I probably should have shaken it up a bit more as my daughter wasn’t too impressed, but okay… It was Friday which meant that I had to prepare for the Sabbath day, so I had less time to sit down and go into a larger activity.

On Sabbath day, we did have a fun and different activity though! She loved it so much she wanted to do it again. Now, I can’t take credit for this particular creativity as I bumped into this idea via Crayon Freckles, although slightly adjusted according to the objects we had.

So, let’s have a look at the final two toddler creation activities my daughter and I enjoyed together.

We completed our creation week with 2 fun and easy toddler creation activities. These are great to teach your little one about the last days of creation. #toddlercraft #toddleractivity #toddler #kidsactivity #bible #creation #crafts

Day 6 – God Created the Land Animals and Human

‘And God said, Let the earth bring forth the living creature after his kind, cattle, and creeping thing, and beast of the earth after his kind: and it was so’ & ‘And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness’ {Genesis 1:24, 26 KJV}


  • Colouring page
  • Pencils
  • Markers

A great way to start a colouring activity, is with an introductory story. So that’s what I did. I explained to my daughter the things that God created on the sixth day and read the Bible verses.

Then I let my toddler be creative with pencils and markers. If you want you can even add some glitters or use paint. As I said at the start of this post, my girl wasn’t too impressed with ‘just a colouring page’. Maybe she already got used to the different crafts from our previous creation days.

Day 7 – God Rested and Blessed the Sabbath Day

‘And on the seventh day God ended his work which he had made; and he rested on the seventh day from all his work which he had made. And God blessed the seventh day, and sanctified it: because that in it he had rested from all his work which God created and made’ {Genesis 2:2,3 KJV}


  • Black box (or any box you have available)
  • White ribbons
  • Cotton balls
  • Felt water
  • Artificial flowers
  • Felt trees and grass
  • Pebbles
  • Felt sun, moon, and stars
  • Water and air toys (like fish, birds, feathers)
  • Animal toys and felt
  • Adam and Eve felt or dolls
  • Love hearts
We completed our creation week with 2 fun and easy toddler creation activities. These are great to teach your little one about the last days of creation. #toddlercraft #toddleractivity #toddler #kidsactivity #bible #creation #crafts

We started this toddler creation craft with an empty black box. If you don’t have a black box, you can add black painted rice, paper, or felt to represent the darkness.

Then your toddler can add the items one by one into the box, according to the days they were created.

I used white ribbons to represent the beams of light. You could also use bits of white tissue paper or white confetti.

The cotton balls represented the clouds. For a second, I considered giving her a small bowl with water to place into the box as well, but I figured everything else might end up in the water. So instead I used felt water from one of her felt sets. You could possibly replace this with blue tissue paper, blue ribbons, or blue scarves.

For the 3rd day, I gave my daughter pebbles from our garden and some felt trees and plants. I also found some artificial flowers, but you could replace them with real flowers. Maybe even some moss for the grass.

The sun, moon, and stars we used were made of felt. I created them a few months ago, so if you don’t have any felt ones, maybe you could use a yellow and white ball, and glitter stars. Or if your toddler created a sun and moon on day 4 of your Creation week, you can use them too.

For the air and water animals, I just had a look through her bath toys and her general toy section. I tried to find animals with different materials and textures, and also added coloured feathers for the birds.

I repeated this for the land animals and Adam and Eve. For Adam and Eve, we used felt puppets from our daughter’s felt set. You could also use Barbie dolls (we only have female Barbies, so no Adam) or Little People.

For the Sabbath day, we added little love heart stickers to represents God’s love for us.

Really, for this activity you can pretty much use anything you can find and be as creative as you want. Your toddler will surely love to just chuck all the items in one big box, and play with the different textures.

Make sure to also check my previous creation activities:

What other toddler creation activities have you done before? Feel free to share in the comment section below.

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