John 9:11 Paper Medallion
Encourage Catholic Children to Learn About Christ's Miracle of Healing in John 9:10-11.
Help young children to remember that Christ healed the man who was blind from birth, and miracles show God's power. It is inspired by the Gospel of St. John 9:1-41, but especially verse eleven. The medal features a pair of bright eyes and the phrase, "I went, I washed, and I see."
Each page contains two identical medals one in color and the other in black-and-white, which may be colored by the students. Simply cut the medallions out, punch a hole at the top where indicated and thread the hole with a piece of yarn. Write the name of the recipient in the space provided.
This lesson is very appropriate to use during a lesson on miracles or Christ's healing of the man born blind.
Focus: lesson reinforcement
Theme: Miracle, restoring sight to the man born blind, paper medallions, medal
This paper medallion set is only one small part of That Weekly Liturgy Lesson for Kids for the Fourth Sunday in Lent in Liturgical Cycle A, which may be downloaded below.
Help Kids Celebrate Laetare Sunday with That Weekly Liturgy Lesson for Kids - 4th Sunday in Lent (Cycle A). That Weekly Liturgy Lesson for Kids - 4th Sunday in Lent (Cycle A) unit study can help teach children that miracles show God's power. This...
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