smp.org- Several activities and worksheets for Confirmation posted
archwinnipeg.ca- Gifts of the Holy Spirit Activity
The purpose of this activity is to teach youth the gifts of the Holy Spirit and prepare them for the Sacrament of Confirmation. It may also be incorporated into a retreat for those receiving the sacrament of Confirmation.
faithfirst.com- Preparing For Confirmation (scroll down to this
The booklet consists of two, two-page spreads for presenting each of the chapters. You will find in each lesson, a brief explanation that places the chapter in the context of preparation for Confirmation, containing a brief background essay and a list of helpful resources that can be used to enrich the teaching of the lesson.
Also included in the lesson plan is a step-by-step process for teaching the lesson. This lesson plan contains materials not included in the Faith First Grade 6 Catechist Guide and focuses the presentation of the lesson as part of the sacrament preparation process. The reproducible handouts contain activities that will help the students apply and integrate the faith themes of the lesson into their daily living.
loveourcatholicfaith.com- Roman Catholic Confirmation Program
This confirmation material is based on reflections on Holy Scripture and the 1994 Catechism of the Catholic Church. It was developed over three years of preparing teenage candidates to receive the Sacrament of Confirmation. Through Group Discussion and Class Activities, this program can help Catechists teach from the Catechism of the Catholic Church in a way that reaches our teenagers.
ehow.com- Bible Knowledge Games for Confirmation Students
Using games is one of the most effective ways to test and challenge your confirmation student's knowledge of the Bible and the Catholic Church. Games will create a welcoming and fun environment that encourages students to learn from others and test their own knowledge. Bible knowledge games can be used at the opening of each class, or you can save them for the end of the session just before they take confirmation. You can test your student's knowledge of the Bible in general or how Catholic theology is supported in Scripture.
avemariapress.com- The Body of Christ
This twenty-minute game is a fun icebreaker for Confirmation classes or youth groups helping teens to make a connection with the Body of Christ and the variety of gifts that make up the Church.
superteachertools.us- Confirmation Jeopardy Round 1
Instant Jeopardy Review is designed for live play with up to ten individuals or teams. Teams choose a question, then try to give the best answer. Scoring is built in for each team.
The Catholic Toolbox- Make your own PowerPoint games for Confirmation (Are You Smarter Than A Fifth Grader?, Password, Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?, Twenty Questions, Guess The Covered Word, variations of the game Hollywood Squares, Weakest Link, Concentration, etc.)
Sacrament of Confirmation (file folder game)- This is an active game where you work your way around the board and follow the directions on the space you land on. Land on a ? you must answer the question about the Sacrament of Confirmation correctly or go back to where you were. Land on spaces that say “Slide Back” or “Slide Ahead” the player follows the directions that are indicated. If the player lands on a space with “Trade Places” on it, they must trade places with another player. The first player to FINISH wins.
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