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...]

Psalms Notebooking Pages- Free To Print

Continuing on with our Religious notebooking project, today I'm posting some printable Psalm pages, and I'm combining these also with the David page. They go with pages 24-27 in Tell Me About The Catholic Faith, or any other Psalm and King David resource you would rather use with your kids. My Thoughts On These Pages: On the David pages, I really think they could have skipped the part … [Read more...]

Bible Craft For The Letter Z- Zacchaeus In A Tree

Although I have been finished with my Christian ABC's series for awhile now, it feels good to finally be posting this last one! Z is for Zacchaeus! This was super fun for the kids, and actually came out pretty cute as well. Supplies Needed: Construction paper (your choice of color) Green tissue paper White school glue White paper (with simple Zacchaeus drawn on … [Read more...]

Bible Alphabet Craft For The Letter X

I was a little worried about the letter X, given that it's such a weird letter, but this actually turned out really well! For the letter "X", we went with eXalted! Supplies Needed: Card stock White oil pastel (or crayon) Watercolor paints Paint brushes Wooden dowels or skewers Before class begins, write "JESUS" on each piece of card stock with your white oil pastel. If you … [Read more...]

S Is For Savior- Bible Alphabet Craft For Preschoolers

Still continuing our series of Bible ABC crafts, and here's what we did for the letter Ss... S is for Savior! Supplies Needed: This download (This is a part of  my printable resurrection set, so that's why Jesus is on the same paper with another figure.) Toilet paper tubes or cardstock Stapler or tape Crayons Scissors This is a very easy craft for preschoolers! Print the … [Read more...]

Story Of The Passion Lunch- Symbolic Lunch For Good Friday

I designed this Good Friday scripture lunch to tell the story of the Passion to kids. They receive one food at a time, and each is symbolic to a part of the Easter story. After receiving each item, there is scripture to read that goes with it. This is very simple to put together. The most complicated thing is making the crown of thorns, and actually boiling the eggs. Nothing too crazy for a … [Read more...]

Crown Of Thorns Bread

Baking a crown of thorns out of bread is fun and easy. It's great for serving with dinner on Ash Wednesday or Good Friday. You do not have to make homemade bread to do this! You can just get the Pillsbury breadsticks from a can and put them together the way I do the cinnamon rolls for St. Lucy bread. Ingredients Needed: Bread dough (your favorite recipe or Pillsbury breadsticks from … [Read more...]

Unleavened Bread Recipe- Great Activity For First Communion Or Holy Thursday

Find all of my First Holy Communion resources for kids here. Before I lose anyone- trust me... you can bake unleavened bread! It doesn't involve any yeast or rising or anything! Seriously, you can't mess it up. Take that from someone who is far from being a gourmet chef. ;-) Baking unleavened bread with your kids is a great activity for anytime you're learning about the Last Supper. We are … [Read more...]

Faith Based Easter Craft For Kids- Make An Empty Tomb

Check out all of my faith-based Easter crafts for kids here! We made an Easter craft that celebrates the true meaning of Easter- empty tombs! He is risen! Alleluia! Alleluia! This is so easy to make, and mostly involves supplies you have around your house at Easter time anyway! To make this craft, you are going to make your own air dry clay, but it's really not hard to do- trust me. … [Read more...]

Cross Craft Using Leftover Easter Egg Dye- With Pictures!

Check out all of my faith-based Easter crafts and recipies for kids here! This is one of my favorite crafts we've ever done, and is sure to become an Easter tradition in our home! You can make these simple crosses using leftover Easter egg dye. It's a craft celebrating the true meaning of Easter, and it's so much fun! Supplies Needed: Plain White Paper Towels- no patterns! Leftover … [Read more...]