Free Curriculum Friday- Lent Resources for Children


 
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Since Ash Wednesday is next week, it only makes sense that this week’s edition of Free Curriculum Friday would be focused on Lent. Below you’ll find a couple FREE Lent Resources for Kids!

Free Lent Resources for Kids

To start with, I would love to give you a free copy of My Lenten Journey. This amazing resource was written by my friend Ellen Mady specifically for my audience. My Lenten Journey is designed to help your child explore Lenten themes like prayer, sacrifice, charity and Scripture. This 74 page printable activity book combines faith, fun and learning.

My Lenten Journey is designed to help your child explore Lenten themes like prayer, sacrifice, charity and Scripture. This free 74 page printable activity book combines faith, fun and learning.

My Lenten Journey is perfect for children from upper elementary through high school but could be adapted for younger students and includes:

  • a brief history of Lent
  • Lent-themed worksheets
  • crafts
  • family activities
  • daily journal with Scripture passage and writing prompts

Click here and complete the checkout process to get your free copy of My Lenten Journey.

Our family makes a point to pray through the Stations of the Cross each Friday during Lent. This is a wonderful devotion that really helps us to focus on Christ’s journey to the cross and it helps us to reflect on what Lent is all about. In an effort to help your family learn more about The Stations of the Cross, I’m giving you a free copy of my resource My Stations of the Cross Devotional Activity Book. This is the perfect resource to be used for all ages children through adult!

The Stations of the Cross Devotional Activity Book includes:

  • a coloring sheet reflecting each station
  • Scripture reading for each station.
  • space to journal reflection or prayer on each station

Click here and complete the checkout process to get your free copy of The Stations of the Cross Devotional Activity Book.

Hey, Mama- have you given any thought to your lenten plans? While giving up soda or coffee are good for your physical health, if you’re like me, you want to spend the next forty days focusing on something that’s a bit more important–something that will draw you closer to our Lord and those around you. If you need a few ideas, I’ve compiled a list of unconventional lenten sacrifice ideas for moms. Click here to read that post now!

If you’re still looking for a few more free Lenten resources for kids, here are a few from my friends in the Homeschool Blogger Network:

 

 


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