We didn’t have class this week for the Thanksgiving holiday, so last week in class, we did a lesson on Thanksgiving. The prior week to that, we did our Bible lesson. This is always a great lesson with my kids, although they’re too young to remember every book of the Bible.
This year I wanted to do a craft project with them, as I usually don’t have one for this topic. I decided to make my own. It turned out so well, that I asked my wonderful talented hubby to do a couple drawings for me so that I can share this project with you all!!
Here’s a sample of how this craft could be completed (click to enlarge)….
For this project, the cross will be decorated. We used tissue paper and it gave each of them a different effect. Next, they simply colored the Bible. For this one, they glittered the bookmark ribbon. The Bible is then placed over the cross for final assembly. It’s just a very simple paper craft for my little ones.
**NOTE** This is for the Catholic version of the Bible!!
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I hope that you and your kids or class enjoy this craft project. If you work or have older kids and would like a blank Bible for them to write the names of each of the books of the Bible, please just leave me a comment or use the “contact” button in the right hand column. I’d love to hear from you and see how your project turns out!!
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