Lent Posters - Classroom Decor
**You may also like my The Season of Lent - Teaching PowerPoint Presentation**This display will help your students to understand the different components of the Lent period.Includes:What is Lent?Shrove Tuesday.Ash Wednesday.Palm Sunday.What is almsgiving?A time for prayer.Why do we fast?The symbols ...
Sunday School Resources
I'm teaching Sunday school this year for the first time. I was guilted into it. (Ah, guilt, such a powerful motivator.) I'm not very good at...
Ash Wednesday Coloring Pages - Best Coloring Pages For Kids
Ash Wednesday Coloring Pages can help kids learn more about Easter and the time that comes before it. Ash Wednesday is the beginning of the 40 days of lent in the Christian religion. It marks a holy day to start the tradition of repentance, prayer and fasting. Christians show their love and sacrifice for the […]
Catholic Kid Activities for Each Day of Lent - Diocese Events
What better way to go through Lent with your Catholic kids than to do crafts and activities with them? Hands…
Lenten Symbols Box
This Lenten project is a little box that we can use to open discussion and explain some of the symbols from the Passion story. The box can be used during Lent to put money for an offering at mass on Easter. The silver coins remind us that Judas Iscariot ...
Lent Sacrifice Craft Activity
This printable Lent sacrifice craft is perfect for Catholic kids. This activity is easy to use during Lent beginning on Ash Wednesday through Holy Week. Children can color a piece for each sacrifice they make. It is a great way to encourage students to keep up their efforts all through Lent. Great for Religion and Faith Formation! #Lent #Catholic #CatholicKids
How To Draw A Pretzel
This week I wanted to bring you something you could use for Lent, and a pretzel seemed like just the thing! We love to make big soft pretzels during Lent, and now the kids can
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