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Due to recent changes in the license agreements we have with our Graphic providers, we are now only allowed to offer (50) files for free.

Considering we have over 3,000 available, we had to change our site over to a paid membership based.

While we could probably have "Gotten away with it" and ignored the license agreement change, that's not what we're trying to teach our children. We realize we are going to lose a lot of you as visitors to our website by having to change from providing Free
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8 Things to Help You Participate in Mass Handout

Help Children Focus on the Mass with Eight Easy Reminders
This printable sheet is a very easy way to help build a better understanding of the Mass through preparation and participation for this most important event. The eight simple reminders presented are applicable for Catholics of all ages, although they have been written especially for children.

This is a solid teaching tool for first-time communicants and a great review sheet for those who may find it a bit challenging to remain focused during the Holy Mass.

Life of Christ Timeline for Preschoolers and Young Catholics

Help very young children learn about Jesus with this friendly introduction to 24 events in the life of our Lord.

This smaller-sized timeline uses standard 8.5"x11" size paper and is perfect for small spaces and those who prefer to use the Classical learning style or an incremental teaching approach.

We've included two blank timeline pieces for you to color in and create your own events to add to the timeline.

To create our Life of Christ timeline follow these steps.

 1. Download our Life of Christ Timeline from our website.

 2. Cut apart all pieces on dotted lines.

 3. Affix lines to wall or bulletin board by placing the header at the top and following down through time by alternating curves and lines. (See below as an example.)
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4. Affix cards to lines; there are three events per line. Display in order by occurrence or by desired study focus.

Feel free to organize the lines and pieces in the way that works best for your family or classroom.

  • Age: Wee+
  • Focus: Recognizing the order of events in the Life of Christ
  • Theme: 24 important events in the life of Jesus Christ

Sin and Forgiveness Worksheet

Help learners prepare to receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation.

This worksheet was created for CCD or home use. Three areas of content are covered in it.

1. Three common names that represent this sacrament
2. Five steps to a good confession
3. Three main effects of receiving this sacrament

References are given from the Catechism of the Catholic Church (CCC), and an answer key is provided.

  • Age: Gr.2+
  • Focus: Recalling factual information about the Sacrament of Reconciliation
  • Theme: Preparing to receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation
  • This can be used as a worksheet or a quiz.
  • References to the CCC are provided, and an answer key is included.
  • An alternate color version of this resource is also available

Pope Benedict XVI Mini-Book

Little Mini-Book Research Activity Helps Kiddos Remember and Learn About Pope Benedict the XVI.

Use our simple mini-book to help children build confidence in their research skills as they learn about the 265th Pope.

Using resources you already have on hand or can easily acquire on the Internet, this eight-page booklet is sure to be a welcomed change for new writers and those learning the art of narration or comprehension. Space is provided to answer writing or drawing prompts as well as create a title illustration.

Writing prompts include:
Who is Pope Benedict XVI?
What is so special about him?
When and where was he born? When did he become pope?
What special things did he do or accomplish while he was pope?
Describe his papal coat of arms below using words or pictures.
Write one unique fact about Pope Benedict XVI.

  • Age: Elem+
  • Focus: Introductory research skills, fine motor skills
  • Theme: Pope Benedict XVI, Pope
  • This resource is one of a larger collection of mini-books that can be easily incorporated into a religious Ed. or CCD class.
  • Mini-book Keepsake pages are available to help keep this book and others like it organized and easily accessible for review.