Celebrate the Start of Holy Week With That Weekly Liturgy Lesson for Kids - Palm Sunday (Cycle A)
That Weekly Liturgy Lesson for Kids - Palm Sunday (Cycle A) unit study can help teach children about Holy Week, Christ's death, and the need for us to make good decisions to avoid sinning. This lesson is based on account of the Passion of Our Lord, Jesus Christ, in St. Matthew 27:11-54.
Palm Sunday begins Holy Week. Cycle A does not focus on Christ’s entry into Jerusalem but rather on the Passion of the Lord. Examining the sufferings of Christ reminds us of man’s role and participation in His crucifixion. Choices were made that had a direct impact on the life of Christ. As Christians, we are called to make good choices, including to love God and avoid sin.
This fun unit study is suited for a CCD or Religious Education class, and it may also be used for Sunday School programs or as homeschool materials.
That Weekly Liturgy Lesson for Kids - Palm Sunday (Cycle A) unit study includes the following.
-Student and Teacher Cover Sheets
-Student lesson Worksheets
-Inclusive Teacher Guide
-What Should I Do? Poster Set
-Four Lesson Terms Word Wall Pieces
-What Should I Do? Coloring Sheet
-What Should I Do? Trace & Color Sheet in Manuscript
-What Should I Do? Trace & Color Sheet in Cursive
-Write About It Notebooking Sheet Set
-How to Make a Good Choice Get the Gospel Trading Card
-The Passion of the Lord F3 KWL Activity
-Jesus Before Pontius Pilate Picture Puzzle (4 Levels) 4pc., 9pc., 12pc., & 20pc.
-Palm Sunday, The Passion of the Lord Mini-Book
-Some Events of Holy Week Cut-N-Paste Activity
This lesson provides opportunities for Scripture reading, class or small group discussion, writing, drawing, and coloring.
Teachers should use the materials and activities to fit the needs or abilities of students or to meet the allotted class schedule.
Age: Gr. 2-5
Week: Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord (Cycle A) - Holy Week
Focus: The Passion of the Lord
Theme: We must make good choices.
Gospel: Matthew 27:11-54
CCC: 574-576, 595-598, 1169, 1788, 1806, 1835