Saturday, September 26, 2020

Month of the Rosary- Editable and Sharable Activities to Send Home

October is the month of the Rosary, so it's a perfect opportunity to share this beautiful prayer with our kids and students. Rather than just pull out a Rosary and start reciting the prayers, I think we need to slow down and first share with them the why and the how and the meaning behind this tradition. With that knowledge, its much more likely the Rosary, whether prayed completely or a decade at a time, will impact kids and help them know the major stories from the life of Christ.

If you are teaching in the classroom, some of these printables or links hopefully will help you as you pray together with your students. If you are teaching virtually or providing support for at-home catechesis, this schedule is ready to email and provides guidance for how to learn about the Rosary. All of the linked printables and videos are free to access. I'm sharing three versions of the schedule- one that is date specific to October 2020, one that is just broken down by a four week period, and one that is editable and can be used how ever you like.

Click here for a schedule of activities with dates marked for the four weeks in October:


Click here for a generic schedule with no dates:

Click here for a printable with all the prayers of the Rosary:
If you print two sided, cut in half horizontally, stack, fold, and staple, you've got an easy little mini book.
If you can't print two sided, just cut all the cards apart, stack, and staple.


Click here for a set of cards with all the Mysteries and where to find them in the Bible:
If you cut this page in quarters, they will fit just right with the Rosary prayers mini book above.

Want to design your own schedule but not start from scratch? Click here for a version in Google Slides that you can make a copy of or edit and make your own: 

Our Lady of the Rosary, Pray for us!

14 comments:

  1. Thank you for sharing this wonderful resource!

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  2. This is so wonderful for you to share! Thanks so much!

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  3. Hi, Katie. I love this and will use it with my own children! I noticed that the links for the Mysteries Cards and some other links that reference the mystery cards in the grid are linked incorrectly. Thank you for this wonderful resource . . . again :) - Laura G.

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    1. Laura, I need to hire you to proof read for me! ;) ;) ;)
      I think it is fixed, but let me know if you see anything else!

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    2. Thank you!! You are awesome!!

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    3. No need to hire me, Katie. I would proofread for you for free :). - Laura G.

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  4. Thank you so much! You are the best!

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  5. Thank you for all the work you put into this and making it available to us.

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  6. Hi, Katie!
    When I try to click on the booklet, the link is not a download or printable. I'm thinking the links aren't linked correctly? I'm not very techy, so I could be way off. May God bless you abundantly for so graciously sharing your beautiful creations with us!
    Beth

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    1. Hi Beth! Nope, not you- it wasn't linked right. Should be fixed now! Thanks for letting me know!

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  7. Thank You so much for sharing this with us, God bless you.

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  8. Hello! I love your materials! Do you have anything translated into Spanish?

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    1. Yes! A Spanish version of these Rosary resources should be up soon. I have a few other things in Spanish you can see at this tag: https://www.looktohimandberadiant.com/search/label/Spanish%20Resources

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