Tell Me About The Catholic Faith- Check Off Page

I love being able to track where I am in curriculum and check boxes, so I made this printable page to help you track your progress through your Tell Me About The Catholic Faith lessons.

Download Tell Me About The Catholic Faith Check Off Pages Here

tell me about the catholic faith notebooking pages for kids

These pages have one square for each “lesson.” In most cases, each lesson is just one of the 2 page spreads. In a few cases, I have combined the pages, so 4 of the pages become one lesson and share a notebooking page. Each box includes the page numbers and the title of that lesson, so it’s super easy to see exactly where you left off last time.

tell me about the catholic faith religious ed program

I use pages like this for all of my homeschooling subjects/curriculum, so it only seemed natural to make one for this program. You can either color, check, or put stickers on the squares as you go.

tell me about the catholic faith check off page

You can hang these pages up and let your children track their own progress, or you can totally just keep them in your own mom binder to keep up with it yourself. Do whatever is most useful/doable for your own family.

You can find out more about using this book for Religious Ed at home and find my free printables for each lesson here.

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  1. Thank you Lacy! I love this idea.

  2. Hi Lacy! First I want to say thank you so much for providing us with all this great information, resources, crafts, etc. I really value your site and have shared it with many people. I always recommend different posts as extra resources for my families in my faith formation classes! I had two questions regarding the posts you have been doing about “Tell Me About the Catholic Faith.” I have a three year old whom I am about to start homeschooling and wanted to start with your Catholic ABCs. It seems as though a lot of these worksheets for the Catholic Faith book and activities are geared for 5 and up. Is it worth purchasing and doing these worksheets with my three year old or should I wait until he is a little older? (I will also start the All About Pre-Reading program in the fall). Any thoughts would be appreciated! Thank you!

    • Yes, I would recommend this for ages 5 and up. Although my 4 year old is technically doing it, it’s not what I would have her in if she didn’t have older siblings. It’s been GREAT for my 6 and 8 year old this year! (And I’m learning a few things, too.) 🙂

  3. ForeverJoy says:

    I’m in RCIA, so the Catholic faith it totally new to me. I love the resources you provide because it’s helping ME grow in my understanding while using them in my homeschool. Thank you so much!

    • My dad said the same thing when he was coming into the Church. I shared more than one of our Fr. Lovasik books with him. There’s a lot to take in!