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. Download yours now! 🙂 

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.

You can find all of my Holy Spirit teaching resources for kids here including the gifts of the spirit, the fruits of the spirit, celebrating Pentecost Sunday, dove crafts, and more!

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