Get the Gospel Trading Card How to Make a Good Choice
Kids Can Focus on Prudence with the Get the Gospel Trading Card How to Make a Good Choice.
Use the Get the Gospel Trading Card How to Make a Good Choice to give kids six ideas to consider in decision making. This little card features a young boy who may not have the best ideas as his thought bubble contains a broken lightbulb. Its inspiration was the Gospel of St. Matthew 27:11-54, the Passion of the Lord. Pontius Pilate could not find a reason to kill Jesus, yet he still chose to do so. As Christians, we must always try to make choices that would make Jesus proud.
Text for the Get the Gospel Trading Card How to Make a Good Choice
-Be clear about the problem at hand.
-Think of the possible choices that could be made.
-Sort out good options from poor options. (Make a list if needed.)
-Think of the consequences of each choice.
-Consider what Jesus would do in this situation.
-Ask a parent or other trusted adult for guidance, if necessary.
How to Assemble the Get the Gospel Trading Card How to Make a Good Choice
First, cut the card sets apart on the thin solid lines to form four strips. Next, fold the cards in half on the dotted lines. Finally, glue flaps together to close and finish the card. Laminate cards for longevity and a very polished look if desired. This resource features four identical cards per sheet. There are two cards in this file. One is in color, and the other is black-and-white.
This resource is one small part of That Weekly Liturgy Lesson for Kids - Palm Sunday (Liturgical Cycle A).
Focus: Trading card
Theme: Prudence; decision making