Teach Children That All Gifts Should Be Given and Received with Love.
Encourage children to learn about charity and give gifts with joy with little, colorful card inspired by the account of the Epiphany in Matthew 2:1-12.
The card presents the following details:
-Understand that a gift is a present of love.
-Give a gift from your heart and with a smile on your face.
-Give a gift without expecting to get one in return.
-Give a gift that you know the person will like, want, or be able to find useful.
-Know that some gifts can be made rather than bought.
This resource features four identical cards per sheet. Simply cut apart cards and fold on the dotted lines. Glue flaps together to close. Finished cards may be laminated for longevity and a very polished look.
This printable may be helpful and appropriate to use when teaching about the Epiphany, Magi or Wise Men, the Holy Family, or to celebrate the Solemnity of the Epiphany in January.
Focus: Fact recall
Theme: How to Give Gifts with Love, Epiphany, trading card
This resource is one small part of That Weekly Liturgy Lesson for Children for the Solemnity of the Epiphany (Liturgical Cycle C).
Focus on the Sunday Gospel for the Solemnity of the Epiphany. Use this unit study to help teach children about the Epiphany and that all gifts should be given and received with love. This lesson is based on Matthew 2:1-12. In this week’s Gospel, we...
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