Continuing on with our Religious notebooking project, today I’m posting some printable Easter pages. They go with pages 60-61 in Tell Me About The Catholic Faith (TMACF), or any other Resurrection resource you would rather use with your kids.
My Thoughts On Pages 60-61 in TMACF:
As I’ve said before, this book gives a brief overview of each topic, allowing you to embellish as much or as little as you like, but certainly covering a lot of ground pretty fast. Therefore, you’re going to cover things during times of the year that don’t match Liturgically, and that’s ok. The Resurrection page also includes the story of breaking bread at Emmaus, which I thought was awesome.
This page is a combination- the kids get to color a picture that’s there as well as add their own picture. On the primary page, they write in their own thoughts on the readings.
Younger kids can use the lined version where they simply trace the sentences that are already there, and still add their own picture.
- Sing “Jesus Christ Is Risen Today”
- Try reading the resurrection story from one of your children’s Bibles, or your real Bible.
- Find Resurrection handprint crafts in my Holy Week In Handprints Book
- For learning about all of the events that happened between the Resurrection and Pentecost, I highly suggest downloading these free Stations of Light cards.
- Find all of my extra Easter crafts and resources here.
Book of Centuries:
If you haven’t already added Jesus’ resurrection to your Book of Centuries, now is a great time!
You can find all the links to this series here.