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Happy Birthday Catholic Church Display Activity

Teach a Lesson on Pentecost Using Our Happy Birthday Catholic Church Display Activity.

Need an engaging lesson to teach Catholic kids about Pentecost? Try our Happy Birthday Catholic Church Display Activity which is perfect for a CCD class. Not only does it incorporate group discussion as a teaching tool, but it can accommodate any number of students. This CCD lesson can help children to learn about the Holy Spirit and Pentecost, which is also known as the birthday of the Catholic Church. Children will be encouraged to think about why God sent the Holy Spirit to the Apostles, and what they think is the best thing about being part of the Catholic Church.

This Religious Education lesson not only teaches kids about Pentecost but it also creates a unique display. Teachers may use the completed pieces to decorate a classroom, bulletin board, hallway, or learning area.

How to Use the Happy Birthday Catholic Church Display Activity

First, print the materials out to accommodate the number of students. Next, prepare the pieces as suggested in the instructions. Then, hold your class discussion using the lesson sheets for guidance. Finally, create the display as directed - a sample layout is shown.

Because this activity is specially designed for group use, it can comfortably accommodate a class of any size or even a youth group. And because just about everything you need is included in the lesson file, it is easy to deliver. Art supplies, a Bible, and materials to affix the display must be supplied separately. Scripture references and CCC notations are also provided.

Age: Elem+
Focus: Group learning and discussion, creating a classroom wall display
Theme: Pentecost, the Descent of the Holy Spirit

This Display Activity is only one small part of our Weekly Liturgy Lesson for Kids - Solemnity of Pentecost (Liturgical Cycle C).

Happy Birthday Catholic Church Display Activity
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  • Create Date May 9, 2018
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