This is a Jeopardy style review game for Lent. It is perfect for homeschool, Catholic school, Sunday school, religious education, middle school, high school, and even adult learners, including teachers! This could be played by a single person, or as a whole class review (small groups). The answers
This is a traditional "I Have...Who Has..." game with Lenten vocabulary. It's perfect for a quick review of the Lent information that we're teaching in those long weeks before Easter.There are 6 pages with 4 cards per page. Print, laminate, cut out, and you're ready to play!There is also an answer p
Prepare your Catholic students for Lent with these Bingo cards. Boost their knowledge with fun prompts that review information about the Lenten liturgical season. It's the perfect no-prep Lent activity for your Christian classroom!
These are an easy way to add fun to your school day. Just print o
This is a Jeopardy style review game for Holy Week and the events of Lent and Easter. It is perfect for homeschool, Catholic school, Sunday school, religious education, middle school, high school, and even adult learners, including teachers! This could be played by a single person, or as a whole cl
This bundle will keep your students busy learning throughout Lent! You can start with the Lent & Holy Week Unit, and reinforce the information with the I Have...Who has..., then challenge the students to sort the events of Holy Week. Students can also reflect on praying, fasting, and giving when
Celebrate the events of Holy Week during the Lent and Easter season with this Holy Week Jesus Bingo Game! Students will play Bingo with a Christian Lent/Easter twist by finding symbols and objects from the Bible accounts of Holy Week. The clipart from the game matches the clipart in my other Holy We
These cards will help your students learn the events throughout Lent. The cards can be used to sort the events with the meaning. They can also be used to play a fun sequence game to ensure that your kids know when these events happen. Fat TuesdayAsh WednesdayPalm SundayHoly MondayHoly TuesdayHoly We
These cards will help your students learn the order of the Stations of the Cross.This document contains 3 different versions of the same game. There are small circles for a unique game, or the rectangle cards are available if you’d rather have these cards a consistent size and format with the other
This Lenten jeopardy trivia game was created for my virtual Confirmation class and for my "live" youth group teens, resulting in lots of good natured competition while reviewing the Lenten season. It's easy enough for younger grades to get most questions correct, while just challenging enough to te
I Have Who Has is a non-competitive, fun and simple way to review concepts!And it’s enjoyed by students of all ages.You can review the concepts on the cards before playing, or use the game as an introduction to the topic. As it’s a non-competitive game, students can help each other to see who has th
This fun Lent and Easter game is a great gift for students or a short activity throughout Lent and Easter. There are 2 pages of activities--one for Lent, one for Easter. Each printable activity includes Christian images of Jesus' death and resurrection so students can reflect on the Passion, Station
Have you ever wondered what pretzels, pancakes and purple have to do with this historical church celebration of Lent? How about Mardi Gras, fish on Fridays or the number 40? This 90 minute lesson will help explain these traditionals and symbols of Lent for you and your students. The lesson includ
Bring a little more fun to your classroom by playing LENT-OPOLY where students earn a badge(s) for completing a daily task throughout the Lenten Season!Zip file that contains:•Lent-opoly game board – ASSEMBLY REQUIRED!•Blessing Boulevard cards in color AND black and white•Extra Sacrifice cards in co
This 25 question Jeopardy game is meant to be used at the end of a unit on the season of Lent. The categories include:1. Stations of the Cross2. Ash Wednesday3. The Liturgical Calendar4. Prayer5. Holy WeekThere are 5 additional 'review" slides that you can use if your students need a quick review be
Borrowing and lending is a useful skill that is often confusing for ESL/EFL/ELLs. This chatty communication activity lesson makes it fun! Students in groups of 4 practice borrowing and lending items in a conversational go-fish type game. Suitable for high Beginner-Advanced. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Bilingual Version - Both English AND Spanish! This is a Jeopardy style review game for Lent. It is perfect for homeschool, Catholic school, Sunday school, religious education, middle school, high school, and even adult learners, including teachers! For Google, just use the Google link provided!This
Do you need a fun reading game to practice Lent and the Easter Story vocabulary? Roll, Say, and Keep Lent and Easter Words was created to do just that! Playing this seasonal game will help your students to read the Lent and Easter Story words as well as review the Lent and Easter seasons. To Play: S
This is apart of the Catholic Saints Bundle! Make faith fun with this Stations of the Cross I have Who Has game. Included are the stations of the cross with a description of each. Students will listen to the description of the station and then decide if they have it. A great way for students to work
Lent: Holy Week Concentration Game for Pre-K to Gr. 3These cards can be used as a review of the days of Holy Week.To follow us click on the green ‘Follow Me’ button next to our picture at the top right of the page. When you follow us you will be notified of FREE items, NEW items and SALE items.Plea
There are 32 cards in this gameMake faith fun with this Lent I have Who Has game. Included are various questions that have to do with Lent. Students will listen to the question and then decide if they have the answer. A great way for students to learn religion during Lent. Can also be used as a sequ
Lent It's All In the Bag Game "Who Said It?" 3D Activity Gr. 1-3
This Activity can be a good review of the Lent/Easter Story.
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Cover cartoon animals with playing cards that feature a simple Spanish subject and verb root. Playing boards/cards have conjugated verb endings in either present tense, preterite tense, or imperfect tense.Playing boards may be used whole or cut apart. Discard vosotros cards if desired.Tenses cover
Super engaging game to practice ER verbs vocabulary. This game is very effective because it is very hands on and it involves a one on one competition. To play this game
♣ Put students in groups of 2 and have them use one set of vocabulary cards.
♣ Have each pair put their desks facing each other
Enjoy the journey through Lent with this fun, engaging board game! Simply roll the dice and move along the board. I've included pieces for up to 5 players as well as dice templates.
(Print the board as a poster and print the crosses and dice on card stock for the best outcome)