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 use with your kids.
My Thoughts On Pages 54-55 in TMACF:
Pretty straight forward- just the Our Father prayer. Although I will say that it is super nice to have actually Catholic materials that use the Catholic wording for this. (Yay!!!)
So we actually used the copywork pages that I created last year, but with a fun twist. 🙂
First off, this copywork is available in both print
and cursive OOps! Very sorry- apparently it’s only available in print, which means I wrote cursive in myself for Lydia to look at, and forgot that I didn’t include that in the pack! Sorry for the slip up here. You can download it here for $2, and the pack comes with the Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory Be, Angel of God, Fatima Prayer, Before Dinner Prayer, and The Apostle’s Creed, many of which will be used in the course of completing these TMACF notebooking pages.
Julian completed the copywork in print…
Lydia completed the copywork in cursive…
and Violet completed the copywork in… well.. psychedelic colors.
Haha! As you can see here, Violet used the pages where you trace the dotted text.
I found that the kids were having trouble fitting it on just the 2 Bible pages, so we cut an extra page from the same template just like this: (you will only need the page you cut on the right side shown here to tape to your other page- you can throw the rest of this page away.)
Then we taped it right in the middle of their un-cut Bible copywork page. This resulted a little “turnable” page that is really cool! You can then take your background page and cut around the book shape rather than leaving it shaped like a piece of paper. This makes for an extra awesome effect! Just be sure to tape this together before you start copying so you don’t end up with your pages out of order.
You could really use these pages for any prayer or Scripture copywork.
I am such a fan of activities that span the age group of (almost) all of my children! That’s my favorite part about using this series as our Religious Ed right now- having everyone on the same page. (pun intended) 😉
You can find all the links to this series here.