Catholic Saint Craft for Kids

Catholic ABC’s Week: 24
Letter of the week: S
Theme: Saints
Saint of the Week: St. Sebastian
Craft: Saint Collage Craft

 

 

This craft is soooo easy to do! Just fold some paper in half, cut out a heart, glue it down, and trace around it with a marker. Then write “Saints, Our Heavenly Family”. Have the kids cut out and glue down pictures of the saints in the heart. You can use holy cards, print pictures from the internet, or cut up some of your Catholic catalogs you have lying around. We used our Autom Catalog.

I actually didn’t invent this craft idea- it was thought of by my friend Denise, who used to teach my preschool class before me. Here’s a variation of this craft on a cloud:

Grab Bag Ideas for the Letter S: (be sure to check out the Classroom Script
for directions on using the grab bag.) Snack, Saint Statues, Sock, Strawberries, Star, Snake, Sun, Snowflake, Salt, Sugar packet, Stone, Soup can, Smiley face, String, Sand or Sandpaper, Sail boat, Soap, Sardines, School Bus, Screwdriver, Seashell, Sunflower Seeds. Try to avoid things that start with “Sh” when they’re first learning the sound of the letter S.  

For More Resources, check out the Catholic Toolbox lesson plans for the Letter Ss. (Her Ss lesson is on the Samson.)

Catholic ABC’s runs here at Catholic Icing every Wednesday (except for today… which is a Thursday. Lol!) with the new
letter of the week. You can find the details of the program here.

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Comments

  1. Thanks for the great ideas, as always, Lacy.
    Hey…would you include a link to my Guess Who…the Saints game in honor of your Saints theme?

    http://equippingcatholicfamilies.blogspot.com/2011/02/guess-who-of-saints.html

    Just checking, no pressure. =)

  2. Gladys Trapini says:

    can you please recommend an inexpensive craft that I need to do with my homeschool Coop group for the month of March. I will need to do three separate craft within a three week period. This will be for a total of twenty five children ages 4-6 years of age. Any help you could give me will be greatly appreciated. God Bless you for all the wonderful craft you have.

    • Click around and see what I have available for March. Maybe something with St. Patrick or St. Joseph? Most of the crafts on my site are very in-expensive.