This Is My Most Beloved Son Paper Medallion
Celebrate the Transfiguration of the Lord with This Is My Most Beloved Son Paper Medallion.
Our This Is My Most Beloved Son Paper Medallion can help young children to remember and understand the Transfiguration of the Lord and that Jesus is God's Son. The easy to create medal features an image of Jesus in the Transfiguration as well as the phrase, "This is my most beloved Son."
How to Use the This Is My Most Beloved Son Paper Medallion
First, cut the ornaments out and then punch a hole at the top where indicated. Next, thread the hole with a piece of yarn. Tie a knot to create a necklace. Lastly, write the name of the recipient in the space provided.
Each page in this set contains two ornaments per sheet. Choose from two versions of the medal - color as well as black-and-white. Students may want to color the black-and-white version.
This medal may be distributed to reinforce a lesson on the Transfiguration, Jesus is the Son of God, or to celebrate the Second Sunday in Lent (Cycle B).
Focus: lesson reinforcement
Theme: Transfiguration, paper medallions, medal
This Is My Most Beloved Son Paper Medallion is only one small part of That Weekly Liturgy Lesson for the 2nd Sunday in Lent (Cycle B).
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- File Size 419 KB
- Create Date April 4, 2018