Help Kids Learn About Christ's Mission on Earth with the Jesus Meets Zacchaeus Picture Puzzle.
Invite children to learn what Our Lord says about being inspired to stop sinning by using Jesus Meets Zacchaeus Picture Puzzle. It features an image of a young boy who has attempted to fix a vase he broke. The Scripture quote from St. Luke 19:10 is also highlighted.
“For the Son of man is come to seek and to save that which was lost.”
How to Use the Jesus Meets Zacchaeus Picture Puzzle
This Montessori style game is simple to use. First, cut the playing pieces out on the lines provided. Next, mix the parts up. Then have players match the pieces to recreate the image and encourage quote knowledge and mastery. The puzzle also includes a control card and a quote card. Older learners can use this game to commit the provided quote to memory.
The game is quite versatile as it has four different levels of play - 4, 9, 12, and 20 pieces. When play finishes, store all the parts in a small stationery envelope. Repeat play for review as necessary.
This game may be especially useful with lessons about sin, changing bad habits, Jesus' mission on earth, or the specific Bible passage mentioned above.
This resource is one small part of That Weekly Liturgy Lesson for Children for the 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time (Liturgical Cycle C).
Focus: Puzzle, game, Montessori
Theme: Jesus meets Zacchaeus, puzzle, Christ's mission on earth