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Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Pro Life Activities

Stumped for activities concerning Pro Life ? Here are a few that your students might enjoy:

paperdali.blogspot.com- Free Pro-Life Coloring Page and Prayer Log

priestsforlife.org- Pro-life Resources and Activities for Students

archstl.org- The Right START program is a respect life curriculum taught by trained, volunteer teachers to 8th graders at Catholic elementary schools and parish schools of religion.

rtl.org- Teacher Resources

buffalodiocese.org- A Guide to Planning Pro-Life Activities For Parish or School Pro-Life Youth Groups

usccb.org- Pro Life Activities

crusadeforlife.org- Pro Life Supplemental Curriculum

avemariapress.com- Respect Life Month Teaching Resources

cpforlife.org- Respect Life Curriculums (1- High School College and Adult Studies, 2- Pre Kindergarten through 12th Grade)

looktohimandberadiant.blogspot.com- Project for our CCD kids. They are each spiritually adopting an unborn baby for the next nine months. They all got a magnet with Fulton Sheen's Spiritual Adoption Prayer on it and we talked about the connection between the Annunciation and being pro-life. The kids will be doing activities, learning how the babies develop, etc. Here are a few of the resources that we have/will be using if you wanted to do your own Spiritual Adoption.

triciagoyer.com- Pro-life for Kids: Ideas for Teaching the Sanctity of Life

pbgrace.com- Pro Life at Home

catholicicing.com- Pro Life Craft for Kids

Look Who’s Growing Dominos- A fun way to educate young students that babies grow into adults to help promote Pro Life.

Look Who’s Growing- This game provides an entertaining way to educate students about pregnancy and fetal development to help promote Pro Life.

*If you know of any other Pro Life activities for kids, give me a holler.

1 comment:

Jo Shabo said...

Thanks for these sites! If I see anything else I will let you know.
thanks for sharing! :)