My lesson with my class today is the Holy Trinity. Sometimes this is easy to teach…..and others it’s a real challenge.
For my lesson today, I’ve made 2 printables for my kids to do. They’re both sort of crafty and I think that they’ll have fun with them. First up is a cut and paste activity to glue the trinity triangle onto a shamrock (I printed this on green paper). Then, they’ll place the 3 symbols for the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit in the proper locations on the triangle. We’ll discuss how all 3 persons are really the 1 God and how the shamrock teaches us how to learn and remember the 3 persons of the trinity.
Next, we’ll do a heart shamrock craft. They’ll cut the hearts out and trace the names of the 3 persons of the trinity and color the shamrock. After that, they glue the 3 hearts on the shamrock to complete it. It’s a simple project, but I think that it’ll really help them learn the placement the 3 persons.
Here’s a thumbnail view of both projects…..
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