Monday, June 2, 2014

Crafty Crafters: Pentecost

So how crafty are you?

What is your favorite religious craft you make for Pentecost?

Here is a craft I make with my students using card stock:

Introduce craft- What flickered around the disciple’s heads, but didn’t burn them? (Fiery flames.)

Tongues of Fire Headbands Craft- Use card stock paper or cardboard to cut out flame shapes. Have the children paint them with water colors or glue red and orange pieces of tissue paper on it to make it look like flames. Use a strip of paper for the headband, fitting it to each child’s head and using a stapler to secure the headband. Attach the flames to the headband using the stapler as well.

Please comment so I can add the link to your blog to this post. We would love to see what you do!


Anonymous said...

What a cute idea! My son loves masks and hats so this is a perfect craft idea for him on Pentacost! Thnak you! Ill have pics on my blog and a link to your post when we make them! :o)

Amazing_Grace said...

Jessica- I hope your son likes this craft. My students loved making it and enjoyed playing a game wearing the headbands. LOL!

I can't wait to see the headband your son makes! Be sure to post it on your blog and I will add it to this post so others can see it too! :)

Heather said...

We've loved making our pentecost 'tongue of fire' crowns for several years now. I blogged about it here:

Amazing_Grace said...

Heather- I'm so glad that you and your children enjoyed making the craft. :)

Sara said...

I just loved it! This is a craft that kids can actually do by themselves.

Unknown said...

I just came across your page from Catholic Icing. Keywords were homeschool! whoop whoop! my son is three and I can't wait to get going with all of this. great page!

Amazing_Grace said...

Amber Boyt- So glad you like my blog. If you need anything, just give me a holler and I will try to help. :)