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Follow Me

Tonight, my lesson is about teaching the kids about prophets, disciples, and apostles.  It’s important that they know what the differences are.  Part of teaching this is the “follow me” and “fishers of men” verse.  

First is a simple coloring page using either Mark and Matthew.  They are from the NAS version of the Bible, so based on the Catholic version.  Next is a paper craft perfect for multiple ages.  The kids will write their ideas on the fish on how they can become “better” disciples of Jesus.  They will then glue them to the hook (or around it) to become “fishers of men”

Here’s a sample of these 2 items….

FollowMe VerseColoring&Craft byElaine SAMPLE

The clipart is from various internet and personal sources and is believed to be public domain.  It’s used for personal and educational purposes only and without profit.

If you’d like either of these printables, just click to….

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If you use these printables, please leave me a comment or use the “contact” button in the right hand column.  I love to see what other’s do with my projects, so please share your completed craft so that I can see how they turned out!!

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All activities, games, information, etc. on this blog are provided for free.  However they are ONLY to be used for classroom and personal use.  They may NOT be published on any websites/blogs or other electronic media, distributed in any manner, uploaded to any file sharing service/storage, or sold for profit.  If you know someone who would benefit from these materials, please refer them to this blog.  Do NOT share the materials that you download with them.  Copyright © 2008-Present.  All rights reserved, unless otherwise noted.  This means that unless it is specified otherwise, all content within this blog and downloads are the private property of Elaine and The Schoolhouse.  All materials on this blog and downloads are copyright (© Elaine, © The Schoolhouse, and © Commotion) and misuse or abuse is subject to legal action.

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Jonah and the Whale

I’m so excited to share this craft that I made.  I just know that my kids are going to l-o-v-e it!!

My lesson is on obeying God and I just love relating Jonah to this lesson.  For this craft, the kids will color it and cut it out.  For my class, I’m going to cut the whale apart on the dotted line so there’s no mistakes!!  Then there’s a choice of which Jonah to put in the belly of the whale (big fish).  It can either be standing or kneeling/praying Jonah.  Also, I included a Bible verse about obeying that my class glued on the top of the whale (big fish), but this is optional or you can add your own.  One other thing that I did was to put dotted circles around the verse and Jonah for younger kids to cut out and older ones can directly cut him out.

Here’s a couple photos of the finish project (uncolored but assembled)….

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The images are hand-drawn by my husband and © The Schoolhouse (and © Commotion).  The original idea is not mine, but I adapted and created a version for my own class.

I’m really happy with this craft project and I know my kids will have so much fun with it.  To get this Jonah and the Whale craft, just click to….

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I’d love to hear what you think about this craft project and if you use it with your kiddos.  Please leave a comment below or use the “contact me” button in the right column.  I truly create by the input that I receive, so let me hear from you!!

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Who Is My Neighbor?

I’m so happy to be sharing a new project with you.  I had so much fun making these!!  This is 2 activities to do with the Good Samaritan.  It of course, can be use with others but was made for that parable.

The first activity is the one that I did with my class and the kids simply loved it.  It’s a story wheel to retell the parable of the Good Samaritan.  There are 5 images to do this.  Also, I made 2 versions of the wheel.  One for littles so that they can just color, cut, and assemble.  Then there’s a version for older kids that they have to color, cut, and put them in order before they assemble it.

Lastly, there’s a sequence book.  It features helping hands covers and each event from the parable is sequenced inside the book.  There’s 6 images to do this.  I really like my activity, but I just wasn’t sure my kids were ready for it, but that’s alright because I had fun making it and I’m hoping that others can use it!!

Here’s a thumbnail view of a couple parts of these freebies….

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The images are from internet sources and believed to be public domain and they’re used without profit for personal and educational purposes.  The helping hands are from MSSS Crafts and Resources for Bible Stories and they can be found here.

I’m really happy with this project.  If you are too and you’d like to use it with your kids, please just click the buttons below.  To get the story wheel, just click to….

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To get the sequence book, just click to….

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I’d love to hear what you think about this story wheel and the sequence book and if you use it with your kiddos.  Please leave a comment below or use the “contact me” button in the right column.  I truly create by the input that I receive, so let me hear from you!!

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All activities, games, information, etc. on this blog are provided for free.  However they are ONLY to be used for classroom and personal use.  They may NOT be published on any websites/blogs or other electronic media, distributed in any manner, uploaded to any file sharing service/storage, or sold for profit.  If you know someone who would benefit from these materials, please refer them to this blog.  Do NOT share the materials that you download with them.  Copyright © 2008-Present.  All rights reserved, unless otherwise noted.  This means that unless it is specified otherwise, all content within this blog and downloads are the private property of Elaine and The Schoolhouse.  All materials on this blog and downloads are copyright (© Elaine, © The Schoolhouse, and © Commotion) and misuse or abuse is subject to legal action.

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Ten Commandments for Kids

This is a project that is very dear to me.  I really wanted my class to learn about the Ten Commandments in a way that they could learn and remember them.  To remember them, they’d need something that they could go back and look at and know what the Commandment was.  To do this, I’d need pictures and not many words, after all, most 4 & 5 year olds can’t read.

My final project is a mini coloring book.  I have to tell you, there is a story behind this and why it’s taken this long for me to post it.  First, I made it for my class last year, but it never got used.  I struggled with the 5th Commandment, “Thou Shalt Not Kill”.  I finally used an image of a boy holding a gun with the circle and line through it.  I knew it was strong and in your face, but in today’s world, I wanted to be clear on what it meant.  My DRE immediately turned this down, which I understood.  However, she also said that I couldn’t show any type of “violence”….death.  I couldn’t even show them fighting.  I didn’t use this book and put it on the back burner for awhile.  I finally got this Commandment to a way that I’m happy with it and think that it explains enough to the kids.  I’ve showed it to many people and they think that the way I originally presented it was fine, especially in today’s world and they said this one is good too.  The tv they watch and games they play are far worse.  That being said, it’s still toned down because I want to benefit as many kids as possible.  I went the “fight” way, but I still can’t use it in class, per my DRE’s wishes and thus I’ll probably never fully teach them.  However, I’m hoping that this helps many others teach the Ten Commandments to their kids!!

UPDATE:  After my DRE saw this version of the book, I was allowed to use it in my class.  The kids really loved it and they wanted to talk about what was happening on every page!!

Please note that this is the Catholic version of the Ten Commandments.  Everything is presented in a simple manner with stick kids so that they understand each Commandment.  I tried to use as few words as possible since it’s geared toward little ones who probably can’t read.  The last page of the mini coloring book lists the 10 Commandments along with the tablets.  I also included extra page of them for you to do as you’d like with whether you use as a worksheet or poster…..or something else. 

Here’s a thumbnail view of a couple pages of this coloring book….

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The coloring images are from internet sources and believed to be public domain and they’re used without profit for personal and educational purposes.

I’m really happy with this mini coloring book.  If you are too and you’d like to use it with your kids, please just click to….

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I’d love to hear what you think about this coloring book and if you use it with your kiddos.  Please leave a comment below or use the “contact me” button in the right column.  I truly create by the input that I receive, so let me hear from you!!

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All activities, games, information, etc. on this blog are provided for free.  However they are ONLY to be used for classroom and personal use.  They may NOT be published on any websites/blogs or other electronic media, distributed in any manner, uploaded to any file sharing service/storage, or sold for profit.  If you know someone who would benefit from these materials, please refer them to this blog.  Do NOT share the materials that you download with them.  Copyright © 2008-Present.  All rights reserved, unless otherwise noted.  This means that unless it is specified otherwise, all content within this blog and downloads are the private property of Elaine and The Schoolhouse.  All materials on this blog and downloads are copyright (© Elaine, © The Schoolhouse, and © Commotion) and misuse or abuse is subject to legal action.

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What’s Inside the Church?

This week, my lesson was on church.  I not only cover behavior, but things that we see in church.  I like the kids to be familiar with their environment and have some understanding of what they see and why it’s in church.  I only did one of these activities with my kids because I had a couple other good materials to use.

The first activity is a cut and paste.  This is the one that I did with my class.  There is a sheet with lots of items found in church and the same number that aren’t found in church.  The kids find 6 items that are in church and glue them to the church windows.  With all the options, my kids had several different versions because they all remember different things in church.  I think it made it really fun!!

The next activity is a worksheet for matching items to the church.  There’s several items all around the church and the kids draw a line from the items found in a church to the church and nothing is done with the other items….or you could have them cross them out.

Here’s a thumbnail view of both activities…..

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All activities, games, information, etc. on this blog are provided for free.  However they are ONLY to be used for classroom and personal use.  They may NOT be published on any websites/blogs or other electronic media, distributed in any manner, uploaded to any file sharing service/storage, or sold for profit.  If you know someone who would benefit from these materials, please refer them to this blog.  Do NOT share the materials that you download with them.  Copyright © 2008-Present.  All rights reserved, unless otherwise noted.  This means that unless it is specified otherwise, all content within this blog and downloads are the private property of Elaine and The Schoolhouse.  All materials on this blog and downloads are copyright (© Elaine, © The Schoolhouse, and © Commotion) and misuse or abuse is subject to legal action.

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Adam and Eve

Today’s lesson in religion class is Adam and Eve.  I pretty much cover Creation fully, then I do Adam and Eve.  That’s where I’m at today.

I was totally blank for ideas, then all of a sudden I found an image on the internet and it spurred an idea in me.  The “craft” that we’ll be doing is a follow the direction.  Since my kids can’t read yet, I’ll give them the directions one at a time and we’ll move on after everyone has each one done.

First, you’ll need the Garden of Eden coloring page scene.  Next, you’ll need my page that has the directions, Adam, Eve, and an apple on it.  You can get that if you click here.  That’s it….the rest is in the directions!!

Here’s a thumbnail view of my page….

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Garden of Eden scene © Free-for-Kids.com and used without profit for educational purposes.

Adam, Eve, and apple clipart © Jamie @ The Digital Bake Shop and used with permission. 

We’ll also be doing this and using an activity from this.  In addition, we’ll read the kids version of the story of Adam and Eve and I have a coloring/activity page printed out from the internet, but can’t remember the source as I’ve had it for a couple years now.

I’d love to hear what you think about this project and if you did it with your kiddos.  Please leave a comment below or use the “contact me” button in the right column.  I truly create by the input that I receive, so let me hear from you!!

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All activities, games, information, etc. on this blog are provided for free.  However they are ONLY to be used for classroom and personal use.  They may NOT be published on any websites/blogs or other electronic media, distributed in any manner, uploaded to any file sharing service/storage, or sold for profit.  If you know someone who would benefit from these materials, please refer them to this blog.  Do NOT share the materials that you download with them.  Copyright © 2008-Present.  All rights reserved, unless otherwise noted.  This means that unless it is specified otherwise, all content within this blog and downloads are the private property of Elaine and The Schoolhouse.  All materials on this blog and downloads are copyright (© Elaine, © The Schoolhouse, and © Commotion) and misuse or abuse is subject to legal action.

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Ready for Class

I can’t believe that it’s time to go back to religious education classes already.  Yep, today is the day!!  Summer went so fast, but now it’s time to focus on the little ones.

I have a few things that I’m going to share that I’ll be using in my class this year.  First off is my name plates and incentive cards.  My daughter wanted to do a Moses themes, so that’s just what we did!!  I used the Bible verse from John 14:15 and I think it’s just perfect for them.  The name plates get attached to their supply boxes which are on their desks waiting for them when they arrive to class.  The incentive cards are on the front of their folders and I mark a space for each time they return their folder to class.  After a certain number of times, they get to go to the Treasure Chest!!

The last thing is my progress report.  I haven’t used one in several years.  Believe it or not, I had complaints.  Go figure!!  Anyway, I’m going back to using one again this year.  It’s very basic and is “graded” as O – Outstanding, S – Satisfactory, and N – Needs Improvement.  There’s an area for comments and the parent’s signature.  I don’t have attendance or tardy areas on it, but it’s something that I might do in the future.  There might be other changes to this form depending on how it works for me and the parental response.  Oh, and I should note that these are editable.  You can print as is and write them out, or you can fill-in the form fields and then print them out already completed.

Here’s a thumbnail sample of what they look like….

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All activities, games, information, etc. on this blog are provided for free.  However they are ONLY to be used for classroom and personal use.  They may NOT be published on any websites/blogs or other electronic media, distributed in any manner, uploaded to any file sharing service/storage, or sold for profit.  If you know someone who would benefit from these materials, please refer them to this blog.  Do NOT share the materials that you download with them.  Copyright © 2008-Present.  All rights reserved, unless otherwise noted.  This means that unless it is specified otherwise, all content within this blog and downloads are the private property of Elaine and The Schoolhouse.  All materials on this blog and downloads are copyright (© Elaine, © The Schoolhouse, and © Commotion) and misuse or abuse is subject to legal action.

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Armor of God

Tonight’s lesson was all about bringing the Armor of God to my students.  I wanted to show them in a fun way that there are things that they possess to protect them from evil.

I created a couple printable to use with my class, then I made a couple extra things in hopes that others would be able to us them.  First, there’s a set of memory match cards.  The armor is matched to its virtue.  There are also two worksheets.  One of them is “Label the Armor of God” and the other is “Armor of God Cut & Paste” where the armor is cut and glued next to the virtue.

Finally, it’s the big one!!  I called it “Roll the Armor of God”, but it has so many other uses.  It can be used to roll a die and place the Armor of God on the soldier.  This can also be used for a felt story set, which is basically how I used it with my kiddos.  I read the Bible verse to them and they dressed their doll in the armor as I read the verse.  It could also be used as a simple paper craft to do with the kids.  There’s 2 versions of this all in one download!!  There is a boy and girl soldier doll, as well as a black & white version or color version.  Then for the “Roll the Armor of God”, there’s just the virtue listed or the piece of armor with the virtue to use depending on the age of your kids.

On a side note, these activities are based on the Catholic version (NAS) of the Bible.  The only part that I didn’t use was the wording for “having girded your loins in truth”.  I chose to use “belt” instead as it’s easier for my little ones to understand.  I did choose to use “shod your feet”, as they grasped that it was shoes/boots and I didn’t want to use “sandals” as many do and hubby drew me great armor boots.

Here’s a sample of some of the items for the Armor of God (click to enlarge)….

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Books of the Bible – A Craft Project

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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The cross and Bible  © The Schoolhouse and may not be used in any other manner without permission.

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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All activities, games, information, etc. on this blog are provided for free. However they are ONLY to be used for classroom and personal use. They may NOT be published on any websites/blogs or other electronic media, distributed in any manner, uploaded to any file sharing service/storage, or sold for profit. If you know someone who would benefit from these materials, please refer them to this blog. Do NOT share the materials that you download with them. Copyright © 2008-Present. All rights reserved, unless otherwise noted. This means that unless it is specified otherwise, all content within this blog and downloads are the private property of Elaine, The Schoolhouse, and Commotion from the Ocean of Life. All materials on this blog and downloads are copyright (© Elaine and © The Schoolhouse and © Commotion ) and misuse or abuse is subject to legal action.

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Recent Crafts and Lessons

I’m going to share a couple of my lessons, or the crafts that I did for my lessons in hopes that it might give you ideas to do with your own kids or class.

A couple weeks ago, we did a lesson on the Bible.  We discussed how it’s the written word of God, how many books it contains, the stories in it, that it contains the laws we’re to live by, and a couple other things.  Since they’re so young, we stick to very basic stuff.  For our craft, we did a stained glass window of a Bible with a cross.  To do this, we used a coloring book page from here.  There are a couple ways that you can use this image (These are just thumbnail size, so you’ll have to go to the site to download the coloring page.)…..

This is the version that we did by cutting out the gray areas.

This is an alternate version by cutting out the gray area.

To make this craft, cut out one of the 2 versions above.  Have the child color the picture in the areas that you are not going to cut out to make stained glass.  Cut large pieces of tissue paper in about 4 different colors.  Then help the child put glue just along the edge that was cut out on the back side of the image.  They can then lay the tissue paper over the opening.  Be sure that they overlap colors for other color effects and don’t leave any gaps between the pieces of tissue paper.  Let dry.  Once it’s dry, either laminate it or use clear contact paper to seal it.  Then, cut out the stained glass picture around the outside edge, punch a hole in the top and loop a string through.  It’s then ready to hang in any window!!

Our most recent lesson was Thanksgiving…..or giving thanks.  This year, I didn’t use the pilgrims or our Thanksgiving holiday.  I used the parable of The Ten Lepers.  I thought that “only 1 said thank you” was the perfect way for them to understand giving thanks.  They really grasped lesson and loved the craft project.  For the craft, I used the  from paper craft MSSS Crafts and Resources for Bible Stories

For this project, we had the kids color each of the nesting dolls (front only – paper craft) and cut them out.  Then we helped them glue them by the number tabs on a sheet that says Only 1 Said “Thank You”!! and it had a poem on it for the kids to recite with their parents.  To get my page with the poem that we mounted them to, go to this download.  Be sure to print it on cardstock for extra strength with the glue and how heavy it gets with all 10 nesting dolls for the paper craft.

That about covers it for now and gets you caught up with just a couple of my classes favorite projects.  I hope your kids enjoy as much as mine did!!  Please be sure to leave me a comment if you use these craft ideas or tell me how they turned out, and please, click the button below if you enjoy the projects that I share….thanks!!








The information that is posted on this blog is general information purposes. It is not intended to substitute for curriculum or for obtaining advice from your principal, church or DRE. It is for informational and educational purposes only. All activities, games, information, etc. on this blog are free. However they are ONLY to be used for classroom and personal use. They may NOT be published on any websites/blogs or other electronic media, distributed in any manner, uploaded to any file sharing service/storage, or sold for profit. If you know someone who would benefit from these materials, please refer them to this blog. Do NOT share the materials that you download with them. Copyright © 2008-2011. All rights reserved, unless otherwise noted.

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A Couple of Shares

The first great resource that I have to share with you is for homeschoolers.  However, any parent will find something of interest on this site.  The site is Homeschool Freebie of the Day and they offer a new free download every single day.  You have to keep on top of it though because each offer is only good for ONE day.  Yes, that’s right, there’s a new freebie to download every day.  Sometimes it’s an MP3 or sometimes it’s PDF book.  Whatever the resource available, it’s always a good one!!  Oh and I almost forgot to mention that if you join the “Heads Up” mailing list, you’ll know what the freebie is going to be every day.  On top of that, there’s always a bonus freebie link right in the newsletter!!  I highly encourage you to check it out!!

The next item isn’t a freebie, but it is something that’s been talked about on this blog before.  This one is about boobs!!

The 2008 Boobie-Thon begins on 1 October 2008!!  This is a great events that promotes breast cancer awareness.  This is their 7th Annual Blogger Boobie-Thon and they’re doing awesome things.  They raise money to help others and encourage all women to get their yearly squished boob exam.  Did I mention that I’m going to be honored enough to have the “Squished Boob Award” mentioned on the site??  Yes, I notified them that I had the award as my way of encouraging women to get their yearly exams.  They e-mailed me back to let me know that they love all things boobie and would be sure to include a link to my post on their site when the Boobie-Thon begins!!  How awesome is that!?!?  Please be sure to check out Boobie-Thon to find out how you can help breast cancer awareness and this cause.  While you’re there, be sure to pick up your button or badge to post on your site too!! 

I also feel the need to inform my female blog readers about “Official Bitch Day”.  It takes place on 1 October 2008. 

banner1For the first time ever women of all ages and backgrounds have the opportunity to let it all out and let their true feelings heard.  Fabulously40 will allow you to gain freedom and liberation, by bitching about everything and anything, in a safe, protected environment.  The day will be full of bitching events. Win prizes, meet women, and most importantly- LET IT ALL OUT!  And that’s a direct quote from the website!!  Check it out at Fabulously 40 – Let’s Bitch.

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