Trinity Resources For Catholic Kids

With Trinity Sunday right around the corner, I thought it would be a good time to round up these Trinity resources!

Of course, I’d say the most famous reference to the Trinity is St. Patrick with his shamrock, but I just can’t seem to get in the shamrock mood in the Summer time. It’s just a March kinda thing for me. So… I’m going to keep this post St. Patrick and shamrock free. You can find my St. Patrick/shamrock Trinity resources here.

For a more “Summer take” on the Trinity, read on, my little cupcakes! 🙂

What better Summer Trinity resource to start off with than these delicious “Trinity Sundaes” for Trinity Sunday. One ice cream- 3 flavors!!! (Get it? GET IT?) 😀

I have my Trinity book for kids, which I fully recommend! I am such a big believer in teaching kids with picture books as opposed to text books, and I really put a lot of love and thought into writing this book for little ones. Plus, it includes a lot of activity ideas. Check it out.

This beautiful Catholic hymn is perfect for learning about the Trinity! And kids love to try and sing it in a round.

Check out this Trinity triangle craft! This is one of the first projects I every designed here at Catholic Icing, and I consider it a classic. 🙂 I have a great idea in this post for saving on colored popsicle sticks, so check it out!

Or try this Trinity object lesson with apples! (Hint *You can also use hard boiled eggs! And deviled eggs sure are great in the Summer!) 😉


Definitely don’t miss my free Trinity download pack!

Also, check out my free video on how to draw the Trinity Shield! There is also a free coloring page of the drawing that you can print!

If you’re looking for more Trinity resources, check out The Religion Teacher’s Trinity lesson. I love the resources and the layout of this site! It’s very user friendly and on-target.

I also love this Trinity pyramid craft from Sunday School Kids!

Also check out this free printable Trinity mobile from Look To Him And Be Radiant.

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