Celebrate and Learn About Creation!
Creation is one of the most exciting topics for children to learn about. We invite you to use our lapbook style double F3 Folder About Creation to enhance and supplement your lessons.
Perfect for use in your homeschool, CCD class or religious education, this resource is designed for simplicity. With a total of only six F3 piece activities, it can easily help you teach or reinforce your lessons, whether you use a formal curriculum or just put together your own.
Focus: This F3 - Flip, Flap & Fold Folder is dedicated to teaching young Catholics about how, what and why God created, what is a soul, intro to the Theology of the Body (TOB), the antependium, and St. Joseph and the Glory Be prayer.
Folder Elements Include:
-Cover sheet with lesson highlights
-The Week of Creation - What did God create on which day
-Man and Woman, He Created Them - featuring the TOB
-What is a Soul? - What we can do because of our soul
-What am I? - Piece featuring the Antependium
-To God We Are - Quote piece from St. John Chrystosom
-Special things God created or Man made - Drawing or photo inclusion opportunity
-The How and Why of Creation/What can Man Make? - Picture Game
What did God create?
Why did He create it?
How did He create it?
By teaching and explaining the facts that God created everything and did so out of nothing, and He did it all out of love, children can grow in awe of our Lord.
Creation can be a tough subject to cover adequately, but when we follow scripture, use the CCC for guidance, and incorporate the Theology of the Body, the task becomes not only easier but fun as well.
Instructions and lesson helps are included in the file.
Focus: Recalling factual information, using fine motor skills
This project uses a double prepared file folder.
A how-to video is available to help you assemble and learn how to use this F3 Flip, Flap and Fold Folder.
This lesson is perfect for classroom or homeschool use.
References to the CCC and scripture are provided.
An answer key is included.
St. Joseph and St. John Chrysostom are also highlighted.
An introduction to the Theology of the Body (TOB) is included in this lesson.