Religious education

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Four different ways to teach your students the names for the items commonly found during a Catholic Mass, including Mass Item Bingo. Great game for whole group, small groups, centers and more to reach all of your learners in a religious education, Catholic classroom or homeschool setting. #catholic #catholiceducation #homeschool #bingo #catholicchurch #teaching Confirmation, Bible Crafts, Pre K, Catholic Kids Activities, Catholic Schools Week, Religion Activities, Catholic Teaching, Teaching Religion, Catholic Kids Crafts

Four different ways to teach your students the names for the items commonly found during a Catholic Mass, including Mass Item Bingo. Great game for whole group, small groups, centers and more to reach all of your learners in a religious education, Catholic classroom or homeschool setting. #catholic #catholiceducation #homeschool #bingo #catholicchurch #teaching

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Kathy Kofron
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Catholic Mass Lesson Ideas: Five activities about lessons, games, and activities that can be used to teach students and kids about the Catholic Mass.

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Dorothy Boyd
Look to Him and be Radiant: Teaching About the Mass {The Multiple Intelligences in Religious Education} Saints, Inspiration, Ideas, Flipped Classroom, Religious Education, Scripture Reading, Catholic Education, Instructional Strategies, Problem Based Learning

Back in this post I explained the background of the Multiple Intelligence theory and why I think it naturally has a place in Religious Education classrooms. Providing each child we teach with an encounter with Christ in line with his or her unique dignity is something all educators should be striving for. In this post, I decided to round up some ideas for teaching about the Mass that would cater to each of the eight smarts. Not surprisingly, I found that each of the intelligences can be…

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Glen Wright
A great depiction of the sacraments.  Even if your church is not sacramental, this is a great source of information at a glance.

We are working on a "big picture" of the Sacraments in Religion at school right now. I created these notes for the kids with the four main ideas we keep coming back to: Jesus' mission, the Church, the Sacraments, and Grace...and how they are all related. Here is my version with a little color added to make it pretty. You can print out my copy of the notes by clicking here: Or you can print the blank notes to have the kids fill in by clicking here: You might also like our Sacrament Symbols…

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Richella Parham

Catholic Color by Mass Item Coloring Pages - the fun and engaging way to teach your students about the items we use during Mass. Because there are five versions included, this is perfect for little ones, young children and older children as well. Perfect for your Catholic school, religious education, or Sunday school classroom. Help your students identify the items they see in church with these awesome coloring pages. Click to try out a FREE SAMPLE!

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Krystal O'Connor
Look to Him and be Radiant: Hands of Prayer Bible Crafts, Pre K, Bible Lessons For Kids, Bible Activities, Bible For Kids, Bible Lessons, Religious Education, Bible Prayers, Scripture

I am always looking for new ways to encourage kids to pray, especially to get them out of the rut of talking/asking/praising about the same things. I am just as guilty of this- I tend to remember to pray for the people I care most about, immediate situations, and my needs. The bigger picture and people I don't interact with are likely to be forgotten in typical daily prayer. Then I remembered this neat technique we used in a Christian club I was in during high school. It is about using your…

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Jennifer Welch