Lenten Ideas for Kids {And a Linky!}

Ok, it’s really time to get our Lenten ducks in a row! Lent will be here before you know it!!! Here are some Lenten ideas for children from my archives:

Before we begin the linking, can you take a minute and vote for Catholic Icing as best Catholic blog 2011? I would really appreciate it! Votes last for 1 more week, and you can vote once a day. It only takes a few seconds- no registering involved. Thank you for supporting Catholic Icing!

Share your ideas by linking up below! I’m really excited to see what all of you are planning because I’m convinced that the readers of this blog are some of the Craftiest Catholics in the world! :-) Be sure to keep checking back to this post for the new links!

(We’ll have separate link-ups for Holy Week and Easter, so this list is just for your ideas for lent!) If you share a link below and your format allows, please link back to this post. If you have multiple links to add, you can just link back to here from one of them if that’s easier for you. :-)

Comments

  1. FYI: check the spelling on your linkup cupcake. You have a great site; I just found you last week through a facebook friend.

  2. Thanks for another great link up, Lacy. It'll take me till Ash Wednesday to get through all the posts!

  3. my3daisies says:

    love all the great ideas. Plenty for my 3 and 8 year olds. Like the cross filled with the sacrifices. Looking for ideas in better engage my 13 year old daughter who use to love participating now is in that why do I have to phase. Would appriciate any ides

  4. Veronica Gantley says:

    Thanks Lacy for allowing me to link to you. And letting me blog about your pretzels.

  5. Gardenia says:

    oh my gosh Lacy. so many links to go and read ! thanks for hosting this link up. And I'm seeing many new faces here (in the links) which is truly wonderful. word is spreading of your wonderful blog. I voted again today. I will have to see if I've got something to link up for Lent.

  6. Martianne says:

    What a wonderful resource of ideas for future years. Thank you!

    For this year, we are keeping it very simple, beginnignw ith our Pray Fast give Lentan Jars again. In case others want to try the idea, since I missed the link up, I will share here: http://traininghappyhearts.blogspot.com/2011/03/simple-do-able-lenten-plan.html

  7. JOYfilled Family says:

    happy to share on your beautiful blog.
    ALL FOR!
    prayers for a blessed and fruitful lent.
    pax Christi – lena

  8. Vallimasoos says:

    I just added my link up for Capirotada- Mexican Bread Pudding… a Lenten tradition in our family!

    Thanks for all you do!

  9. Rosemarie says:

    Hello and thank you for your last supper Holy Thursday craft. My 5 yo, dh, and I just completed it and we had a lot of fun. Fantastic!