St. Giles Mini-Book
Encourage Saint Study with the St. Giles Mini-Book.
This printable St. Giles Mini-Book is prompted and requires learners to research and fill in basic biographical information about this saint, the patron saint of people with disabilities.
Encourage learners to put their thoughts and creativity to work, creating this mini-book to write and illustrate. This resource features eight pages, including a title and an end page, and includes writing prompts. Print out the pages and cut them out on the dotted lines. Stack and staple the pages together, then have students fill them in.
Some may want to glue the completed booklet onto one of our Mini-Book Keepsake Pages to create a library of work or document learning.
Writing prompts for the St. Giles Mini-Book
Who is this saint?
What is so special about them?
When and where did they live?
When is their feast day and of who or what are they the patron saint?
What is their special symbol? Tell about it or draw it below.
Give an instance when you might call on this saint for intercession.
We encourage you to use resources you already have on hand or easily access online or from your parish library to fill in the needed information. Mini-books are also the perfect additions to unit studies, CCD or Religious Education classes, or an attachment to a learning notebook.