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catholicmom.com- Click on the month. Scroll down to the date for Coloring Page, Mass Worksheet, Crossword Puzzle, Word Search, etc.
Theresa at catholickidsbulletin.blogspot.com will post a link to an activity sheet that coordinates with the Catholic Mass. There will be pictures and activities each week to help little kids understand and appreciate the Mass. Most weeks, she will also highlight a Saint whose feast day falls within that week or a liturgical symbol they can watch for at Mass.
kidsclubs4jesus.com- He Without Sin lesson with puzzles, coloring sheet, Bible readings, questions, memory verses, key points, object lesson, drama, puppets, etc. (These files are set up and formatted so that they can be easily made into weekly booklets for your children's ministry, youth ministry, etc., with 4 sheets of legal paper and two staples).
kidssundayschool.com- Who is Without Sin? After taking balled-up pieces of paper and pretending to stone a sinner, the children will compare judging others to having sin in their own lives. (Note: You can change this activity to having the student throw the balled up pieces of paper toward a person that is drawn on the chalkboard).
lds.org- Forgiving Others Makes Us Happy (scroll down to this). Give the children crayons or pencils and have them draw happy faces on the children in the picture. Then let them color the pictures. Ask the children to take the pictures home and put the pictures where they will remind them to forgive others.
kidssundayschool.com- Seventy Times Seven- How many times should I forgive? A delightful craft to show how often we should forgive one another.
Throw Away Your Sins Game (This is for younger students to understand that their sins are forgiven).
Need: 1 trashcan, a piece of paper for each child, and 1 chair.
Directions: Give each child a piece of paper. Have the children think of a recent time that they sinned, such as telling a lie about their homework, arguing with their parents, or a time they were disobedient, etc. Next, have them think of how many times they sinned during the past week. Remind them of all the things that may be considered a sin, and have them write the number down on the piece of paper. Tell the children, “Let’s pretend that you made your confession to the priest and you did your penance. Now your sins are forgiven. Let’s throw away your sins.”
Put a trashcan against a wall. Have the children line up behind a chair (to keep them from getting too close to the basket). One by one, have them throw their sins into a trashcan that is a few feet away.
christiancrafters.com- Righteous Vs. Wicked (scroll down to this)
When you live a righteous life you grow towards God. When you live a wicked life, you move away from God.
christiancrafters.com- Temptation Island
Through various fun games, activities, and group Bible discussions, participants will learn that temptation is from Satan and can lead to sin. Participants will also learn how to receive God's power to resist Satan's temptations. Event lasts approximately 3.5 hours. For grades 5 and up.
books.google.com- Five in a Row
This game will help children to discover that when Jesus forgives them, their sins are forgotten. (The Encyclopedia of Bible Games for Children’s Ministry, page 125).
Introduce game: Do any of you like to forget what you have done wrong and point a finger at someone else for what they are doing wrong? God wants us to forgive each other and to look at what we do wrong and not to point our finger at others because they do wrong, we should set an example and help others do the right thing also.
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