Holidays In Handprints- A DIY Christmas Treasury For Catholic Children

I created a printable book that is a special Christmas treasury for Catholic kids, and the pages are illustrated by your child and his or her handprints. :-) (For those of you familiar with my products, it's the Advent/Christmas counterpart to Holy Week In Handprints.) Each handprint picture is designed to be loads of fun, and easy to replicate! Even the youngest of children can participate … [Read more...]

Make a Joyful Noise to the Lord – Bible Craft for Kids

Remember when I was doing my Christian song crafts series? Well, I did more things than I found time to post, and this fun craft was one of those extras. We made this craft based on Psalm 100:1 Make a Joyful Noise to the Lord all the Lands. I love this craft because it says "noise," kids are so noisy, and this is an awesome noisemaker craft. So much noise - joyful noise! Make a Joyful … [Read more...]

Reading The Bible As A Family: 5 Steps To Get Started

For years I wished that I read the Bible with my kids. And when I say Bible, I'm talking about the real Bible. There were even times that I felt like a phony for running this blog and still not being someone who actually read the Bible to my kids. Then, I figured out the secret to making Bible reading a normal occurrence in our house, and that is, to simply do it. That's right - Scripture … [Read more...]

The World’s Cutest Bible Tabs Ever- And They’re Printable!

For the first time, someone besides me has named one of my products. When finishing up these bible tabs, I asked Lydia what I should call them, and she quickly replied "The World's Cutest Bible Tabs Ever!" So I'd like to present you with... The World's Cutest Bible Tabs Ever. ;-) I kept seeing all the cute journaling bibles out there looking all adorable and crafty with cute hand-made tabs, … [Read more...]

Notebooking With Catholic Kids- Printable “Our Father” Copywork

Hi, everyone! I know it's been awhile, but I'd like to pick up right where I left off... continuing on with our Religious notebooking project. Many of you have been requesting more of these notebooking pages, so today I'm posting some printable "Our Father" prayer copywork pages. They go with pages 54-55 in Tell Me About The Catholic Faith (TMACF), or any other Our Father resource you would rather … [Read more...]

Jesus Notebooking Pages- First Christmas, Apostles, Parables, and More!

Continuing on with our Religious notebooking project, today I'm posting some printable pages about the life of Jesus. They go with pages 42-51 in Tell Me About The Catholic Faith (TMACF), or any other Bible resource you would rather use with your kids. The First Christmas My Thoughts On Pages 42-43 TMACF: These pages are a great overview of the first Christmas, and I love that it starts … [Read more...]

Printable Resurrection Set; Fun Christ-Centered Easter Craft

Ok, as promised when I debuted the Printable Passion set for peg dolls, here is the Resurrection set counterpart! (And I now have a post about painting these little guys in 3 different styles- check it out here.) Nativity sets are so popular at Christmas time (and for good reason), so I can't figure out why the whole Resurrection Set thing at Easter hasn't totally caught on yet. I think … [Read more...]

Teach Kids About The Holy Land; Free Printable Notebooking Page!

Continuing on with our Religious notebooking project, today I'm posting a printable notebooking page about the Holy Land for kids. This page goes with with pages 40-41 in Tell Me About The Catholic Faith (TMACF), or any other Holy Land resource you would rather use with your kids. My Thoughts On These Pages in TMACF: Very cute- I love these map pages! However, I wish that some of the … [Read more...]

God’s Covenant With Mankind- A Notebooking Page For Kids

Continuing on with our Religious notebooking project, today I'm posting a printable notebooking page about God's covenant with mankind. This goes with pages 36-37 in Tell Me About The Catholic Faith, (which, by the way, I'm now shortening to TMACF) or any other resource you would rather use with your kids. My Thoughts On These Pages: Pages 36-37 TMACF are a re-cap of the stories you've … [Read more...]

Teach Kids About Jerusalem- Build A Model With Blocks

As Holy Week approaches, I wanted to teach my kids more about Jerusalem and Jesus' last week. Ya'll know I'm a sucker for hands-on learning with my kids, so we decided to build a model of Jerusalem to "see" what the city was like, and if you have a set of blocks, you can build one, too!   This is a great Montessori inspired activity for Holy Week and to help teach your kids the Easter … [Read more...]