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Do you need a simple way for your students to keep track of their sacrifices during Lent? This craft is a great visual reminder of the cross which will help children see their progress with their daily efforts. Every time they make a sacrifice, they can color a piece. This is a good way to encourage your students to continue with their sacrifices all of Lent by trying to have the whole picture colored. At the end of Lent they can cut out the image, fold the flaps and keep their finished project
Integrate religion into your literacy block as you prepare for Easter this Lenten season! This emergent reader provides students with an opportunity to learn to read and spell the sight word “of” in a hands-on way. Each page of Lent Reminds Us of Jesus contains a predictable sentence missing the word “of” Students will cut apart the letters to spell “of” (included), then unscramble and glue the letters into each page to correctly spell the sight word. Each page of the booklet also features pictu
Help your students or child "Walk with Jesus" this year with their own calendar to mark the 40 days of Lent.Includes:*One-page calendar, beginning with Ash Wednesday and ending with Easter Sunday*Letter to send home to parents to explain calendar with suggestions for ways to useWishing you all a blessed Lenten season!If you enjoy this calendar, please also check out the following resources:Holy Week Timeline CraftLenten Writing ActivitiesEaster BingoTHANK YOU!************************************
Do you need a fun Stations of the Cross activity to use during Lent? These cut and paste worksheets are an engaging way to help your students focus on Jesus. They will cut out 14 Stations of the Cross and sequence them in the correct order. This is a great activity to use from Ash Wednesday through Holy Week.This resource includes:Stations of the Cross mixed up cutting worksheet Stations of the Cross pasting worksheetAnswer KeyThis is a sample activity that is included in:Catholic Activity Pack
Help your children prepare their hearts to celebrate Easter with these 5 Lenten Themes: -helping others -sharing -talking to God when we are afraid -thanking God -praying to Jesus In my classroom I do a page each week with my children (Monday-Thursday) and complete one box each day on the page. For the first box, I introduce the theme and we draw a symbol that makes us think of what we are working on that week. For the rest of the week, we talk about how we are working on our new theme at ho
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PreK - 2nd
This file contains a variety of ideas for use in your class/school during Lent. I hope you find it helpful!
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PreK - 12th
The perfect treat for students of Catholic religious education classes. This Catholic Press Association award winning weekly activity page will help teach Catholic kids their faith. Endorsed by Cardinal Dolan of New York. This colorful activity page can supplement your curriculum and help use up any time leftover in class. This bundle contains every Activity Page for Lent, including Palm Sunday and Easter. There will be an activity page for every week of the school year Featured Saint: St. R
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5th - 8th
Use this quick and easy printable to help your students celebrate the Lenten season!Product description: Christian Lenten Printable, Jesus, God, Sunday School, EasterAdditional resources by Countryside Teaching you may like:Christian End of the Year Classroom AwardsCatholic Flip Book BundleColor the New Year with Jesus Classroom Door Kit - Christian Bulletin BoardWe Shine for Jesus Classroom Door Kit-Christian Bulletin BoardGod's Love Keeps Me Warm Classroom Door Kit - Christian Bulletin BoardDo
These two Ash Wednesday worksheets will help students understand the meaning and history of Ash Wednesday and give them the opportunity to reflect on what they will give up during Lent or add to their spiritual lives. Find the full lesson plan to accompany this worksheet at The Religion Teacher: http://www.thereligionteacher.com/ash-wednesday-lesson-plan/ This worksheet is a part of The Religion Teacher's Lenten Activity Pack.
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Have a Blessed Lenten Season!Enjoy a fun Lent word search. 15 or 24 words per activity. Thank you for shopping at Grace Place during the Lenten Season! I always appreciate you stopping in for a look and your feedback when you purchase :)You may also be interested in these other Lent resources:Click on the links below.LENT BANNERS - CATHOLICWhat I Learned About Lent Workbook - CatholicJourney with Jesus – Lent to Easter – Storyboard and ActivitiesLent BINGO!I SPY LENTLent Poster - Freebie+ Don't
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3rd - 5th
A handout for parents describing the season of Lent, and mini booklet introducing and preparing students for Lent.
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1st - 4th
Use this cross with your students to count down the days of Lent. Have them choose a part to color for each day of Lent. For older students have them reflect on how they did with their Lenten promise in a journal each day.
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K - 6th
Countdown to Easter with this 40-day Bible verse calendar. This specific calendar breaks down the Easter Story from the Book of Matthew in the Bible. This calendar will give you the freedom to use any version of the Bible you wish. Allow your child to color or place an Easter sticker on each completed day. Watch your children’s curiosity unfold as they learn about Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem, the Last Supper, the prayer and arrest at Gethsemane, and most importantly Jesus’ Death and Re

Also included in: Lent and Easter Bundle

Free - No Prep activity to do with your students just before Lent begins and after Lent is over. Have students use bright color and materials to decorate the word Alleluia. Then the students can "put it away" during Lent. Some ideas include burying it, sealing it in an envelope, putting them under a statue or cross, or perhaps tearing it into large pieces. This is to signify that we will not be singing the Alleluia again until Easter. After Easter students can find the printables and post
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PreK - 6th
Help your middle and high school students make a meaningful Lenten promise with these free Lent Activity worksheets. These easy-to-use handouts for class discussion give your students an overview of the meaning of Lent. Students reflect on their own Lenten devotions and commitments. A fill-in-the-blank version is also included.The source for the content is the Catechism of the Catholic Church. I use this handout with my 7th and 8th grade students and am sharing it for free in the hope it will h
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6th - 9th
This Lenten booklet is meant to be used for the beginning of the Lenten Liturgical Season, Ash Wednesday. Ash Wednesday is 40 days before Easter. The activities are for PRIMARY students. There are simple explanations for easy reading with Primary students. As well, the activities are quick and can be done within a 30 minute time frame. Credit:D.S.artCreativeFontsLovin Lit
This resource includes 15 leaves that are all the same shape but have different fonts. My Lenten Promise is written on each leaf. Your students write their Lenten promise on the leaf, and decorate the back. You can then display the leaves with their promise facing the wall on a classroom wall. You can gather sticks to create the tree trunk, and branches. Brown paper or cardboard could also be used. Your Lenten tree can remain on your classroom wall throughout the Season of Lent. For your student
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2nd - 8th, Staff
Print the sample to see the size and quality of this resource. This free sample includes one “L” banner!I Hope you will preview the LENT BANNERS resource:This is a super fun activity to celebrate the Lenten season! The students are provided an opportunity to participate in a team activity while decorating the banners. Hang/tape banners to the classroom wall, display posters and tack cards up on a bulletin board.What’s included: (black/white)• Ten Center Banners• Ten Outside Banners: place these
Mindfulness Lenten Coloring Sheet, perfect for colorers of all ages!Just add details: Some space has been left intentionally blank for the person coloring to fill in with their own patterns. Fun Lenten idea for the Whole Family:print one sheet per family member and color togetherlift someone up in prayer as you're coloring create a card for someone out of your coloring sheet, then send or give it to themNEVER miss a freebie by clicking the 'star' above to follow my store!If you liked this produc
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This resource pack was created to help your family celebrate Lent, a special time of reflection and sacrifice prior to Easter. Many churches already have established traditions for celebrating Lent, however I did not begin observing the Lenten season until I was an adult. This is just a resource for you to use as you prepare your children to acknowledge this holy season. God bless you and yours! Thanks so much for your support and for this download! Shannon :-) Copyright Bryant's Brain Tra
FREEBIE... Lent Poster!Thank you for shopping at Grace Place for THE LENTEN SEASON!I always appreciate you stopping in for a look and your feedback when you purchase :)You may also be interested in these other Lent resources:Click on the links below.LENT BANNERS - CATHOLICWhat I Learned About Lent Workbook - CatholicJourney with Jesus – Lent to Easter – Storyboard and ActivitiesLent BINGO!I SPY LENTLENT WORD SEARCH - - FREEBIE+ Don't miss out on future challenging products! Click here to follow
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This fun little cookbook includes 6 recipes and was created to go along with your Lent activities as an easy take home activity. The little chefs in your class will have a blast cooking for their families with these kid-friendly recipes!FIND THE LENT & EASTER BUNDLE HERE!!THE COMPLETE RELIGIOUS COLLECTION:41 Bible Story Coloring PagesBible Characters Coloring PagesThe Parables Coloring PagesFruits of the Spirit Coloring PagesDavid & King Saul Coloring Pages - FREE!Elijah & the Prophe
This game is a wonderful way to review the seasons of Lent and Easter with both students and adults! A Call Card is included with the game.
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Celebrate the start of Lent with this Ash Wednesday resource! Two coloring pages include the phrase spoken by the priest when ashes are placed on our foreheads: "Repent and believe in the gospel" and "Remember you are dust..." Also included are two copywork pages (manuscript and cursive) from my March Copywork Bundle. *If you enjoy this resource, I invite you to check out others in my shop: >> The Lenten Bundle includes three resources for Lent: -- The March Copywork Bundle and Apr

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