Holy Week Notebooking Pages And Resources For Kids

We have been continuing on our journey of religious notebooking, and today we covered the topic of the last supper and the crucifixion! I have been creating these notebooking pages as a series to go along with the book Tell Me About The Catholic Faith, but you could certainly use these to teach kids about Holy Thursday and the passion of Christ whether or not you are reading that book. You can find the entire 130 page pack of matching notebooking pages here

holy week bible notebooking pages- free to print

The Last Supper

My Thoughts On Pages 56-57 in TMACF:

The page is titled “The Last Supper,” but actually, it starts with Palm Sunday and does a pretty good overview of Holy Week. It even has a little blurb about Passover. I also love the illustrations. And because this is actually a Catholic book, you don’t have to worry about how the whole Last Supper things is worded- it’s just right. 🙂

My Printables:

I gave this page several squares to draw or write in things the kids remembered because a lot of things happened on this page, and during Holy Week. Even on Holy Thursday- the Last Supper, The washing of the feet, the betrayal… there’s a lot going on!

Download the Holy Thursday Notebooking Page

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Additional Resources:

  • *Mass Connection!* Of course, be sure to tell your kids that The Last Supper was the first Mass, and that this is where we get the Eucharist from! 🙂 I like to show the kids the page in their Mass books where Mass connections are, so we quickly turned to the Last Supper page (22-23) to see this same scene.mass connections for kids
  • *Another Mass Connection!* At the beginning of the page, it talks about Jesus coming into Jerusalem on the donkey and says “Hosanna! Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord! Hosanna in the highest!” You can show them scene on page 21 of your Mass book.
  • Let them wash each other’s feet- always a great activity to go with Holy Thursday
  • Make easy unleavened bread– my kids always love to cook
  • Last Supper Craft– This has all of the apostles and Jesus. You color, cut, and glue them around an egg carton to make the very famous Last Supper scene. It’s printable and FREE!
  • Also, check out my First Holy Communion page for more resources about the Eucharist.

bake unleavend bread wtih kids

holy thursday handprint crafts

Good Friday Notebooking Page

My Thoughts On Pages 58-59 in TMACF:

This page picks up with Jesus in the garden, and ends with his body laid in the tomb. It even has a little box explaining death on a cross. Again, I love the illustrations and the way these pages are laid out in this book!

My Printables:

Again, I wanted this page to be very open ended, and encourage them to include more than 1 aspect of the story, so I put 4 separate boxes on it. They can either draw or write (or both) something in each box, so this page works for children of all ages.

Download Good Friday Notebooking Page

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After we read these pages, I pulled out our Stations of the Cross Eggs (one of my favorite resources for kids of all time!) and went through them. The kids really enjoyed contemplating these while deciding what to draw on their pages, and the little kids traced several of the objects from the eggs.

teaching kids about holy week

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I really think that having these open ended pages like this and allowing them to draw what they want helps them to meditate on the story. I’ve been very happy with these pages.

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The Pack Is Now Ready For Download!!!

Edited to say- the whole pack of these notebooking pages is now complete, and you can get your set here!

Additional Resources:

easter story lunch for Good Friday

Great Holy Week Resources For Families!

Try celebrating all the days of Holy Week with my new cookbook for families– The Symbolic Holy Week & Easter Cookbook! This cookbook includes 23 recipes that point to the true meaning of Easter. It only includes 29 pages of bonus printables! You do not want to miss this amazing resource. 

More Holy Week Resources

My printable book, Holy Week In Handprints, goes through each day in Holy Week. Your child illustrates the whole book with handprint pictures. The download comes with step by step instructions on creating each illustration.

holy week in handprints book for kids


Use my Passion Peg Dolls and the Resurrection Peg Dolls to teach the whole Holy Week and Easter story to your kids. All you have to do is paint the heads, and the bodies Mod Podge right on. It’s easier than it looks.

craft a resurrection set for Easter- printable peg dolls

If you want to see all of my Lent Rescources for kids, click here. 

You can find all the links to this notebooking series here.

free catholic notebooking pages- tell me about the catholic faith

The Symbolic Holy Week & Easter Cookbook is sure to bless your family in the upcoming seasons! Read more now.

You’ll find all of my Lenten resources for kids here


  1. Jennifer Kayhan says

    Thank you for providing all these wonderful resources! I can’t download the Crucifixion coloring page. It says there is an error. Can you please email me the link? Thanks again!