- 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$31.00$41.00Save $10.00
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 page to help match the words to the definition, and a printable instructions page with 2 options for activities.
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➳Sort the Stations of the Cross
Here are some of the questions from the "I Have...Who Has..." cards.
The day we remember Jesus’ Last Supper with his apostles: Holy Thursday
The last week of Lent: Holy Week
Place of skulls—The hill where Jesus was crucified: Golgotha
The last meal that Jesus ate with his apostles: Last Supper
Giving something up, eating less food: Fasting
Donating money or time to others: Almsgiving
Talking to God: Prayer
The Jewish festival that celebrates the delivery of the Hebrew people from slavery in Egypt: Passover
An attraction to things that are against God’s will: Temptation
The first day of Lent: Ash Wednesday
The 40 day church season to prepare for Easter: Lent
The day that we remember Jesus in the tomb: Holy Saturday
The plant that we wave to remember Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem before he was crucified: Palm Branches
Jesus’ mom: Mary
The man that helped Jesus carry the cross: Simon of Cyrene
A symbol of Christ’s death: Cross/Crucifix
The place where Jesus was tempted: Desert
The place where Jesus prayed before he was arrested: Garden of Gethsemane
What we ask for during Lent. Another word for forgiveness: Mercy
The day we remember Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem with waving Palm Branches: Palm Sunday
Another word for Jesus’ crucifixion: Passion
A Lenten devotion to remember all the steps to Jesus’ crucifixion: Stations of the Cross
The royal color that we use throughout Lent: Purple
The day we remember Jesus’ crucifixion: Good Friday
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