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Help Children Understand the Holy Trinity with This Engaging F3 Activity.

Using a T-square folding piece, a mini-book, and a scripture reference, children can begin to understand the Holy Trinity.

Instructions are included on the sheets and everything you need is included in the lesson.

After discussing the square piece, learners should complete My Book Mini-book - The Trinity. This is available in two styles - with and without writing prompts. When children complete the pages, have them cut them apart on the lines, stack and staple. It is easy and a fun way to narrate back information or show proof of learning.

This little book asks students to complete the following tasks or questions:
Who or what is the Trinity?
Write or draw about the first person of the Trinity.
Write or draw about the second person of the Trinity.
Write or draw about the third person of the Trinity.
Write out the sign of the cross prayer.
Draw a symbol of the Trinity.

In a formal class setting, this could be started in class and finished at home, if time is an issue. When completed, have children glue this onto their F3 Activity sheet in the appropriate spot. You may want to use card stock for the activity sheets to support the flaps and pieces better.

This activity uses only black-and-white images to make it more classroom friendly.  Scripture passages and CCC references are provided.

Additionally, Trinity Sunday or St. Patrick's Day are good occasions to use this activity in the classroom or for home catechesis.


Age: Gr.2+
Focus: Narration, fine motor skills
Theme: The Holy Trinity


File Size651.34 KB
Create DateJune 26, 2013
Category Tags   F3     F3 Activity     Holy Spirit     Holy Trinity     Letter D     Letter F     Sign of the Cross     St Patrick  
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