Printable Fatima Prayer For Kids (FREE!)

When Our Lady of Fatima appeared to Francisco, Jacinta, and Lucia on June 13, 1917, she gave the children a special prayer. This prayer is to be said after each decade of the rosary, and is referred to as "The Fatima Prayer". Today, I am going to share a free printable of that Fatima prayer for kids with you!    This prayer is in my ebook for kids "Learning Your Prayers The … [Read more...]

St. Therese For Kids (Crafts, Printables, And More!)

Saint Therese is an amazing Saint with some very inspiring quotes, and an even more inspiring life! Kids and adults alike fall in love with her story, her sacrifice beads, and her "little ways". When celebrating the liturgical year at home, you do not want to miss teaching your kids about St. Therese! You can read here about how to celebrate Saint feast days at home with your kids. Today, let's … [Read more...]

Ascension of Jesus Crafts for Kids

The solemnity of the Ascension of Jesus is such a great day to celebrate with kids when living the liturgical year in your home!  I always find that when I reach kids on their own level with fun, hands-on activities, it helps them learn the story and retain it longer. You can find all of my resources for celebrating the ascension with kids here. Today, let's check out these ascension of Jesus … [Read more...]

How To Make “Play Doh” Rainbow Cookies (Full Recipe)

I love to make fun recipes around here that the kids can participate with, and these play dough cookies turned out to be super fun, and also delicious! You could make these into any shape you wanted, which is amazing, because you can basically make any cookie shape without needing a specialized cookie cutter. These rainbow cookies are fun for kids to make, and they can totally shape them on their … [Read more...]

How To Restore (And Paint) A Mary Statue

Catholic families love to have a Mary garden to display at their home. Often this is in a "Mary Garden". The statue can be big or small, new or old, and they all have the same purpose: To honor Mary in our homes and have a place to go for reflective prayer. But what if your Mary statue is looking... a little under the weather. I´m going to tell you step by step how I restored my own Mary statue! … [Read more...]

Jesus- The Way The Truth The Life (Fun Resources For Kids)

The story of the Good Shepherd is such a great Bible story to teach children! I always find that when I reach kids on their own level with fun, hands-on activities, it helps them learn the story and retain it longer. You can find all of my Bible crafts for kids here. This Sunday's Gospel reading is John 14: 1-12 when Jesus says he is "the way, the truth, and the life" so let's look at some fun … [Read more...]

Our Lady of Fatima For Kids (Crafts, Printables, Recipes, And More!)

The feast day of Our Lady Of Fatima lands each year on May 13, and this is a super fun feast day to celebrat when living the liturgical year at home with your Catholic kids! (The anniversary of the miracle of the spinning sun is on October 13, so that is a great day for these activities as well!) This is such a really fun story and miracle to celebrate with kids, and there are lots of ways to … [Read more...]

Printable Mary Statue Craft For Kids (And Optional Flower Crowns!)

Honoring Mary is a big part of the Catholic faith, and traditionally you will find Mary statues in Catholic homes, churches, schools, etc. They can be inside or outside, they can be part of a Mary garden, they can be beside the altar- anywhere really! Whether or not you have a Mary statue yourself, now you kids can have their very own, and all you need is a printer! Check it out- a printable Mary … [Read more...]

Celebrating Good Shepherd Sunday With Kids (Printables, Crafts, Recipes, More!)

The story of the Good Shepherd is such a great Bible story to teach children! I always find that when I reach kids on their own level with fun, hands-on activities, it helps them learn the story and retain it longer. You can find all of my Bible crafts for kids here. Good Shepherd Sunday is the fourth Sunday of Easter, and this is absolutely a perfect time to learn all about the story of the Good … [Read more...]

Mary Cookie Recipe (For Feast Day Celebration)

When celebrating the liturgical year with my kids, we just love to celebrate Marian feast days! Sometimes there are specific foods we eat for individual feast days of Our Lady, but these beautiful blue feast day cookies will add some festive fun to any Marian feast day. You can find more resources on honoring Mary with your kids here. Now let's take a look at this Mary cookie recipe! These … [Read more...]