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Teach Kids About How to Be Living Examples of the Catholic Faith.

Help children recognize the proper and virtuous ways for a Catholic to behave. This simple matching game uses real-world examples of good Christian behavior to teach children how to behave.

This easy to play game can be used independently, in teams, or even in small groups of young children. It is a gentle reminder of how all Catholics should behave - in a very simplified form for kids.

The text in this matching card game is as follows.

A Catholic is Joyful - I am happy.
A Catholic is Patient - I wait my turn without complaining.
A Catholic is Faithful - I go to Holy Mass every Sunday.
A Catholic is Honest - I tell the truth.
A Catholic is Reverent - I genuflect in front of the tabernacle.
A Catholic is Humble - I admit when I make mistakes.
A Catholic is Hopeful - I have a good attitude.
A Catholic is Merciful - I am ready to forgive others.
A Catholic is Thankful - I say grace before I eat.
A Catholic is Prudent - I make good choices.

Age: Elem+
Focus: Matching virtues to representative examples
Theme: Virtuous behavior, good moral behavior


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File Size387.05 KB
Create DateAugust 10, 2015
Category Tags   Game     Humility     Letter X     Meek     Mercy     Montessori Games     Special Needs     Virtues  
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