The Saints


On this page, I keep an updated list of links to posts with activities that I have created that you can use with your kids or in your classrooms to teach about the Blessed Virgin Mary and the Saints.  Check back for new resources, and if you have a specific idea that you are looking for, feel free to leave me a message in the com box.

By request, I have added a grade range next to the activities.  This is certainly not a hard & fast level- I am a huge fan of finding resources and then adapting to the needs of a specific group of kids.  Don't be afraid to look at something and decide how you can use it in a different and unique way to work with your kiddos.

Anything that has an asterisk next to it (*) means that the post contains free printables.  Enjoy!

Mary:
Marian Paper Dolls (2nd & up)
Favorite Marian Songs a playlist (all ages)

Saints:
The Making of a Saint (Post-it note activity on the steps of Canonization)(4th-8th)
Saint Murals (all ages)
The Saints of Advent* (activities for Juan Diego, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Joseph, Immaculate Conception, Nicolas, and Lucia)(multi age activities)
Two Popes, Two Saints* Trivia about St. John Paul II and St. John XXIII (4th & up)
Play Scripts/ Readers' Theater* about the miracles of St. John Paul II and St. John XXIII (4th & up)
Quick and Easy Saint Joseph Shrine* this idea would work for any Saint (2nd-6th)
Teaching about St. Maximilian Kolbe* (Cross curricular literature, writing, spelling, art, religion, and research unit) (4th-6th)
Bl. Pier Giorgio Frassati* Coloring pages and bulletin board
Mother Teresa*- Decorations, bulletin board, signs, folder covers, etc.
St. Valentine's Day Coloring pages here* and here*  (2nd & up)

1 comment:

  1. Good morning, Katie Anne! My name is Sr. Paschalina Marie, SMMC. I would deeply appreciate contacting you regarding ideas for notebooking for Sacramental Prep with second graders. I am thankful to God for the gifts that He has given you to share our Catholic Faith. My email is srpaschalinamarie (@) (gmail) (dot) (com). Thank you, and God bless you!

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