St. John The Baptist Notebooking Page

We have been continuing on our journey of religious notebooking, and today we covered the topic of St. John The Baptist! 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 St. John The Baptist whether or not you are reading that book. You can find the entire 130 page pack of matching notebooking pages here

john the baptist notebooking page- free to print lined and primary

My Thoughts On These Pages In TMACF:

It seemed a little odd to me for TMACF to cover John the Baptist before Jesus is born, but I understand that they’re saying he was preparing for Jesus, so he came first.

My Printables:

Just as all of the notebooking pages in this series are, they’re designed to work for children of all ages. You can choose to write your own sentences in, or trace the sentences on primary lined paper. Everyone draws their own pictures on this one.

Download St. John The Baptist Notebooking Page Here

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My kids were fascinated that he ate grasshoppers! Lol!

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Violet (age 4) doesn’t always choose to join in on our notebooking pages with this book, but today, she did. She always inserts her name in the middle of the sentences. I love that what she knew of Baptism is that we currently do it in Baptismal fonts, so that’s what she drew. 🙂

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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!

You can find all the links to this series here.

free catholic notebooking pages- tell me about the catholic faith

You can find my other resources for celebrating June feast day with kids here. 


  1. Mary Borgsmiller says

    I teach preschool and this past week we made your Holy Week in Handprints. Love it. I have also made both sets of peg dolls and actually painted a board with the Jerusalem model traced around blocks. My kiddos have had a blast playing the Holy Week story with the peg dolls. I LOVE your ideas and thank God for you and your inspiration. Blessings and have a lovely Easter.