Help Young Catholics Learn About the Virtue of Gentleness.

Ask children to share any four facts they learned about the virtue of gentleness, which is also known as meekness.  This worksheet features ample lined writing spaces and a cute corresponding image.  A black-and-white as well as a color version of this worksheet are included in the download file.

This exercise encourages discussion about the virtue of gentleness and the call to imitate Christ.  The design of the sheet allows children to highlight or recall details or facts learned from a presentation, lesson, previous discussion, textbook, or through doing online research. It can also be used as an informal quiz or a post-lesson review activity.

Sample answers might include any of the following:

  • Meek is another word for gentleness.
  • Jesus told us to imitate His gentleness in Matthew 11:29.
  • To be gentle does NOT mean to be weak.
  • Strong people who can control themselves are gentle.

 

Age: Mid-Elem+
Focus: Recalling factual data
Theme: Gentleness, meekness, virtue


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File Size572.91 KB
Create DateApril 27, 2016
Category Tags   Graphic Organizer     Meek     Virtues  
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