The Lord’s Prayer | Free Printable

I created this printable for my kids.  I want them to memorize The Lord’s Prayer, and I am excited to share it with you today.

With Easter this weekend, I felt it was the perfect time to share this print.

In Matthew, Jesus was with his disciples when one of them asked, “Lord, teach us to pray.” And so Jesus taught them the prayer so many of us have come to know and even memorize–the Lord’s Prayer.

I love the way Jesus taught us to pray through this prayer.  We don’t need to be fancy or clever with our words.  We just need to come before God.

*The Lord’s Prayer can be a pattern for our prayers.  We should praise God, pray for his work in this world, pray for our daily needs, and prayer for help in our daily struggles.

I have included two sizes of this printable.  The first is 8×10.  If you want the jpg version, save the image below.

Or if you prefer the pdf version, download it here:


I also have a larger 16×20 version, and the image below can be saved:

And the 16×20 pdf version can be downloaded here:


I am looking forward to celebrating one of the greatest days in history on Sunday – the day when Jesus defeated death and rose from the grave!

Have a wonderful Easter!


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*All Sincerely Sara D. printables are for personal, non-commercial use only. Use it, gift it, but don’t alter it, sell it or otherwise distribute the print or the file. 

I have several other free printables on the blog:

*Source: Life Application Study Bible (NIV version).


  1. Megan says

    This is beautiful! Thank you so much for sharing it. Is there any way you would be willing to create a version using the traditional language (thee, thine, trespasses)? I would really appreciate it! Thank you!

  2. Taya says

    Thank you! This was exactly what I was looking for. I looking for something visual to help my children and I memorize scripture.

  3. Laura L says

    Is there e a preferable way to print? as in how did you get it printed so big? did you take it to a print shop? if so what is the best way & on what to have it printed? and how did you apply it once printed? ie: paper on wood? paper on canvas? cardstock on ? what on what?


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