Wednesday, March 25, 2015

What the Triduum Looks Like

The Liturgical Seasons that our Church has put in place create a beautiful rhythm for Christian life.  I also love the signs and symbols of the seasons, and I have been creating a resource to use with kids as a reminder of the meaning of each season.  You can see the Lent printable here.  In prep for Holy Week, here is a printable for the Triduum, the three most important days in our year.  I have it in black & white and color.  You can print it out to hang in your home or classroom, or use it for a notebooking or lapbook project.

I hope you and your family have a most blessed Triduum this year!

Click here for the black and white printable:

Click here for the color printable:


  1. Thank you so much. This is just perfect for my 3rd graders! Your site is truly wonderful. Jennifer N

  2. Thank you Katie! The printable was just what I needed to review before Easter break. Your
    site is a wonderful resource. Thank you for all you share. I wish you and your family
    a blessed and happy Easter season!

  3. Thank you Katie! This is a beautiful, visual way to share the Triduum with my kindergartners

  4. Thank You. I teach 5th grade , so I will use this to create a story board. Students will arrange each piece to create a timeline of sorts and retell using the pictures.

  5. Thank you so much Katie! Your resources are brilliant.