saints.sqpn.com- This site has information on topics with patron saints, and profiles of those saints. Profiles have portraits, biographical information, areas of patronage, prayers, links to related sites, readings, etc.
loyolapress.com- Saint stories for kids are a great way to introduce children to positive role models. From St. Valentine to St. Patrick, St. Michael to St. Nicholas, kids will love learning more about these heroes. Explore the site for saint activities and saint books just for kids. Get saint information and insight on a wide variety of Catholic saints at Loyola Press.
loyolapress.com- How Can We Help? (celebrate the Communion of Saints by helping others)
loyolapress.com- Let's Celebrate (understand how All Saints Day and All Souls Day celebrate the Communion of Saints)
engagingfaith.blogspot.com- Catholic Saints Research Projects: One of the most popular projects assigned in religious education programs is a research project on the saints. Confirmation candidates almost always have to do some research on their Confirmation saint and many Catholic school teachers find such research to be very valuable in supplementing the lessons of the year.
catholicteacherresources.wordpress.com- Saints Web Quest
Students can complete the WebQuest individually or in groups. Students travel back in time to gather information about the process of becoming a Saint, and learn about one Saint of their own choice. With this information they then write a paper to present to the class.
happysaints.com- Information and cute artworks of saints. Happy Saints ebooks available that features fun artworks of beloved Saints of God in printable posters, prayer cards, greeting cards, coloring pages and badges for countless activities and occasions.
Study Guide Worksheet for Saint Stories by Theresa at catholickidsbulletin.blogspot.com- The worksheet includes spaces to summarize the life of the saint, as well as identify something that we can learn from that particular saint. There are spaces for the patronage, feast day, drawing, and quote from each saint. The bottom of the worksheet includes a timeline of church history so the students can add the saint to the timeline and see where that saint fits into our history.
walzingm.com- saint coloring sheets. You can find all of her coloring pages listed up at the top of her blog by clicking on the tab called Coloring Pages.
paperdali.blogspot.com- Saint coloring pages that you can download for free. Scroll down and click on the saint you want. The link will take you directly where you can download a black and white PDF file of the saint.
Saint Mobile- Give each student a picture of a saint of their choice on cardstock. Have them cut out the saint. On five blank index cards (you can cuts these in half to make them smaller) have the students write 5 things about the saint on the index cards. To make a simple mobile attach the saint to a long piece of string and hang the five index cards below it in a line. *You can also make a saint craft and hang the index cards below it.
cymhub.com- Saints Jeopardy
The great part of this game is that you don’t have to restrict yourself to Saints – you can personalize the subject to anything you want it to be. You can also easily update the content to reflect age level difficultly.
superteachertools.com- Saint Jeopardy
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. You can post a link to this review game using the orange game information button below. If you are the creator of this game, you can edit the game with the red edit button. Answer Key provided.
catechist.com- Ideas for Helping Students Celebrate All Saints' Day
You can get more out of your All Saints’ Day lesson with any of the following suggestions. Most of them can be modified for use with students across a wide age range.
pflaum.com- Four times during the school year, Pflaum Gospel Weeklies provides three ready-to-print activities for each level; Seeds (Preschool), Promise (Grades K-1), Good News (Grades 2-3), Venture (Grades 4-6) and Visions (Grades 7-8). Plus each season special features for the entire family.
pflaum.com- St. Francis’ feast day is October 4. He loved all the people, plants, and animals that God made! Draw a line from each animal to the word that names it. Then color the animals. 2014 (Preschool)
pflaum.com- All Saints’ Day
November 1 is All Saints’ Day. We honor all the people who have died and now live with God forever. Can you tell who the following saints are? Write their names in the boxes. Choose from the saints on the left. 2013 (Grades K – 1)
pflaum.com- Holy people go to live with God when they die. Can you complete the names of these holy people? The letters you use will spell out what we call these holy people. 2014 (Grades K – 1)
pflaum.com- St. Kateri Tekakwitha
Use your imagination and color this picture of the first Native American woman to become a saint. Draw a lily or other flower in Kateri’s open hand. 2015 (Grades K – 1)
pflaum.com- All Saints’ Day
Can you complete the names of the following saints? Supply the missing letter in each name. Then draw a line from the saint’s name to the words that identify the saint. One line has been drawn for you. 2015 (Grades K – 1)
pflaum.com- Finish this story about St. Francis. Use the words below to fill in the blanks. 2013 (Grades 2 – 3)
pflaum.com- All Saints’ Day Is November 1
On November 1, we celebrate all the saints in heaven, who are together in the presence of God. We pray to join them someday. Draw a line from the saints’stories to their names. 2013 (Grades 2 – 3)
pflaum.com- Can you discover who is telling each of the stories about the life of St. Francis? Choose the speakers from the box and write their names at the end of their stories. 2014 (Grades 2 – 3)
pflaum.com- Imagine you get to trick or treat in heaven. All the saints have their lights on, and their pumpkins offer you a warm, cheerful welcome. What treat would each saint offer you? From the list below, choose the saint who would offer each treat and write his or her name on the line. 2014 (Grades 2 – 3)
pflaum.com- St. Kateri Tekakwitha
Kateri Tekakwitha was declared a saint on October 21, 2012. Replace each picture with the word it represents and read the story ofthis remarkable Native American woman. 2015 (Grades 2 – 3)
pflaum.com- Saints and Labor Day
Do you know which saints had the jobs listed here? Read the clues at the bottom of the page and then put the saints’ names in the blanks by their
occupations. 2015 (Grades 2 – 3)
pflaum.com- All Saints’ Day: Saints from Bible Times
These saints all had personal experience with Jesus. Can you identify them from the clues given? You can also look them up in a Bible. Think of these saints as you celebrate Mass on All Saints’ Day, a holy day of obligation. 2015 (Grades 2 – 3)
pflaum.com- Harvest Time Saints Jeopardy
Using the saints named at the bottom of this page, finish each question by putting the letter of the correct saint(s) in the blank. 2013 (Grades 4 – 6)
pflaum.com- On the first Monday in September, we celebrate Labor Day. Based on the work these saints did, which one could help you most in each of these situations? Choose from the saints in the box. 2014 (Grades 4 – 6)
pflaum.com- St. Kateri’s Totem
A totem is more than a work of art. It tells a story of a person or group, like a tribe or family. After reading about Kateri, decide how her totem would look. Cut out the symbol of each important part of her life. Paste it to the totem in the order it occurred in Kateri’s life. 2015 (Grades 4 – 6)
pflaum.com- What If the Saints Went Out to Trick or Treat?
What saint would want each of the following treats if he or she went out for heavenly Trick or Treat? Choose from the saints on the right. Write the letter that corresponds with his or her name on the blank after each treat. 2015 (Grades 4 – 6)
pflaum.com- John was the last prophet God sent to prepare the way for Jesus. Finish this short biography of
John by filling in the blanks. You’ll find all the missing words in the Word Box below. Hint: You will need to use some words more than once. 2011 (Grades 7 – 8)
pflaum.com- Can you tell the career of each saint from the clues he or she gives you? Choose the career from the box below and write it on the line next to the saint’s name. 2013 (Grades 7 – 8)
pflaum.com- What if saints had epitaphs on their tombstones? See if you can identify which saint goes with each epitaph. Choose the saints from the box on the right. 2014 (Grades 7 – 8)
pflaum.com- St. Kateri Tekakwitha
True or False, Tic-Tac-Toe 2015 (Grades 7 – 8)
pflaum.com- Same Name Saints
Read what each of the following saints says about himself or herself. Then write which Thomas or Teresa is speaking. Choose from the names in the box below. 2015 (Grades 7 – 8)
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