The Ultimate Guide for Celebrating Holy Week With Kids! {And a Linky!}

There are so many ways to teach your kids about holy week, and I want to know what your ideas are! First, here are some of my posts from the archives!

I’ll update this list as I make new posts for Holy Week. Now it’s your turn!

Feel free to share more than one link if you have more than one post! I will be hosting another linky soon for religious Easter ideas, so get those posts ready- but hang onto the links! Use this linky for celebration ideas from Palm Sunday through Holy Saturday. 🙂 Please link straight to your post address, not your generic blog address. Also, share a link back to this post. Thanks!

(If you don’t have a blog, feel free to share your idea in the comments, or even link to a facebook or flickr picture!)


  1. Louise Lacaze says

    Hi! You're posts have become a regular thing for me now! I teach 8 year olds here in Aberdeen , Scotland and they're loving the jazzed up RE lessons we're now having!! They fill me with joy! Our parish youth group leaders get very excited at the fantastic crafts that keep on popping up….you are helping to make our lives a lot easier and our kids lives a lot more spiritual! Thank you!
    I loved you Catholic Mums confernece article….inspiring and uplifting, I wish we had smiliar here!
    Keep up the great work….your har.d work is making a difference around the world!
    God bless,


  2. I would love to leave a link, but don't have a blog:) I love this site. The Holy Week Easter Tree on Etsy is beautiful! and has 8 ornaments, a cross, a tree, and devotional booklet. Check it out!
    Have a great Holy Week!

  3. Exspectantes says

    Just wondering if you've come across any seder meal ideas to do with children? Thanks for these links!

  4. nest full of eggs says

    has anyone ever approached you about contributing to a Catholic craft book? does one even exist? i've seen Christian craft books, but not Catholic ones… i would love to contribute to a Catholic craft book 🙂

  5. I love this. My son is older but still could change things to match his age. Blessings

  6. Susann Gehring says

    Hi. Love your post! Thanks for all the great ideas! I linked you in my blog.

    Thanks again for sharing!

  7. I learned how to make crosses from the palms in ccd as a girl and would make them every year with my grandmother. My mother & I have tried for years to remember how to make them but always failed. (my mom was a catholic student that was babysat by nuns after school for years & she forgot lol) My mom & grandmother are probably looking down @ me & smiling (or laughing) making them now. Thank you for your post & for making today “extra special!”

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