Search Results for: Last Supper

Holy Thursday / Last Supper Craft

Check out all of my First Communion Resources for Kids here. I've been working on a craft here, and I'm so excited to share it with all of you today! It's a Last Supper craft for Holy Thursday, and it's based on the famous Leonardo da Vinci Last Supperpainting. Here's a picture of the completed project: Click to Enlarge Now, here's the beauty- this is super easy to do, and I'm going … [Read more...]

Lenten Activities for Children

If you're looking for ways to observe Lent with your kids this year, you've come to the right place! Browse all my Lenten resources for families by subject below. Click on the link for full directions or printables. Be sure to save this link- I update this post every time I come out with new Lenten resources for kids.   Click here to download my printable Lenten calendar- … [Read more...]

Lenten Activities for Kids

You can see all of my Lenten Posts by clicking here, or browse the links below. See all the Ash Wednesday Posts Here. Preparing for Lent With Children- are you ready? Bury the Alleluia Pretzels for Lent Sacrifice ideas for kids The Lent Song for Kids Counting Down the Days of Lent: Print this Lenten Countdown calendar- this is by far the most popular Catholic Icing … [Read more...]

Living Art Lessons- Art History, Art Appreciation, Art Production

Art Lessons For Kids By Artist This is a directory where I keep links to all of my Art lessons sorted by artist. Through the Charlotte Mason method, we study 3 artists and 3 composers per year. I have the composers we studied paired with the artists we did at the same time because sometimes we had overlap, but you can pair them however you choose. I also have them listed here in the order … [Read more...]

Holy Week Notebooking Pages And Resources For Kids

Continuing on with our Religious notebooking project, today I'm posting some printable Holy Week pages. They go with pages 56-59 in Tell Me About The Catholic Faith (TMACF), or any other Holy Thursday resource you would rather use with your kids. The Last Supper My Thoughts On Pages 56-57 in TMACF: The page is titled "The Last Supper," but actually, it starts with Palm Sunday and does a … [Read more...]

Printable Resurrection Set; Fun Christ-Centered Easter Craft

Ok, as promised when I debuted the Printable Passion set for peg dolls, here is the Resurrection set counterpart! (And I now have a post about painting these little guys in 3 different styles- check it out here.) Nativity sets are so popular at Christmas time (and for good reason), so I can't figure out why the whole Resurrection Set thing at Easter hasn't totally caught on yet. I think … [Read more...]

Passion Peg Dolls Meet Block Jerusalem

I suppose I should have seen this coming! The Passion set of printable peg dolls have pretty much permanently moved into block Jerusalem here. Having the peg dolls walking around Jerusalem serves a similar purpose to the printable Jerusalem art cards. The kids are matching the events they know to places that they also know now. Again, this model of Jerusalem is based off of the … [Read more...]

Printable Peg Dolls: The Passion Set

Well, you have all been asking for a second set of decoupagable peg dolls since I came out with the first set, and here it is! This set has the characters you need to act out the Passion of Jesus, including everyone you need for the 14 Stations of the Cross. For anyone unfamiliar with my printable peg dolls, the concept is easy. All you have to do is paint the head, and then you print and … [Read more...]

Teach Kids About Jerusalem- Build A Model With Blocks

As Holy Week approaches, I wanted to teach my kids more about Jerusalem and Jesus' last week. Ya'll know I'm a sucker for hands-on learning with my kids, so we decided to build a model of Jerusalem to "see" what the city was like, and if you have a set of blocks, you can build one, too!   This is a great Montessori inspired activity for Holy Week and to help teach your kids the Easter … [Read more...]

Simple Lenten Traditions For Families {With Little To No Prep Work}

Observing Lent in your family doesn't have to be hard or complicated. Here are some simple things you can do to help your kids grow during this season with little to no prep work at all.   Go to Mass as a family on Ash Wednesday. This is so great because even the smallest members of the family can have ashes. Read the scripture about when Jesus goes into the desert. Motivate … [Read more...]