This week in religious education class, we’re doing the Beatitudes. In some ways, this is hard to teach to the kids, but in other ways they get it. As with all my lessons, I try to make them fun and something that kids at all levels in my class will understand and enjoy.
For this lesson, I chose to make a simple coloring book. Each page contains one of the 8 Beatitudes and an image to color. When they’re done, they get to cut out the pages and assemble their coloring book. My kids just love getting ahold of that stapler!!
Here’s a thumbnail view of just a couple of the pages….
All coloring book images © Super Coloring and they are used for educational purposes only without profit. The cover coloring book image from an internet source and believed to be public domain.
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As a bonus, I have a blast from the past!! In 2008, I created a simple matching game for the Beatitudes. The bee with the reward is matched to the hive with the blessed. If you’re interested in this file folder game, just click here to download it. I hope that you will enjoy both these activities with your kids, but I know that I will!!
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