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LENTEN SILHOUETTES

The watercolor stained coffee filters make a beautiful background for these Lenten themed silhouettes.    There are three suggestions for making these silhouettes, taking into consideration the age of the students.  You can add sayings to the frames, or let them … Continue reading

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BIBLE VERSE EASTER CROSS

This project uses a cross drawn over a puzzle pieces page.  We, God’s people, are the puzzle pieces joined together in communion with Jesus Christ, also a piece of the puzzle.  By His suffering and death on the cross, He … Continue reading

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LENTEN MILAGROS CROSS

Milagros is a Spanish word for “miracle” or “surprise,” and for many years the little charms have been used in prayer petitions and thanksgiving.  For example:  If your request is to heal a broken relationship, or for someone who has … Continue reading

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GREAT LENTEN CRAFTS

Sometimes it’s pretty hard to find art and craft projects for the Lenten season.  I have some here on Kids and Glitter, but I wanted to include more projects, those that also included the directions and patterns or printables, so … Continue reading

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SYMBOLS OF LENT BOX

This Lenten project is a little box that we can use to open discussion and explain some of the symbols from the Passion story.  The box can be used during Lent to put money for an offering at mass on … Continue reading

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PERUVIAN RETABLOS

Retablos were wooden boxes that depicted scenes of historical, religious or important everyday events in the lives of the native peoples of Peru.  Originally they were small highly decorated wooden boxes with complex Christian-theme images inside (Nativities, Crucifixion, Last Supper). They … Continue reading

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