We firmly believe and confess without reservation that there is only one true God, eternal infinite (immensus) and unchangeable, incomprehensible, almighty and ineffable, the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit; three persons indeed, but one essence, substance or nature entirely simple.
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Art mediums, if desired for illustrating your mini-book
Click Here for F3 Trinity Activity (3p)
Click Here for My Book Mini-book The Trinity - prompted (2p)
Click Here for My Book Mini-book The Trinity - plain (2p)
Click Here for 10 Words About the Trinity - Trace copywork in print (1p)
Click Here for 10 Words About the Trinity - Trace copywork in cursive (1p)
Click Here for Sign of the Cross Prayer - Trace copywork in print (2p)
Read the Bible passage from the F3 Activity sheet and discuss together as it applies to the Trinity.
Have the learners complete the My Book Mini-book - The Trinity. This is available in two styles. There is a blank book for older learners and a prompted style book for younger learners. Simply have children complete the pages, cut apart on the lines, stack and staple. It is easy and a fun way to narrate back information or show proof of learning. This little book asks students to complete the following tasks or questions:
Who or what is the Trinity?
Write or draw about the first person of the Trinity.
Write or draw about the second person of the Trinity.
Write or draw about the third person of the Trinity.
Write out the sign of the cross prayer.
Draw a symbol of the Trinity.
You may want to have younger learners use some of our copywork sheets to solidify the uniqueness of the Trinity. We offer these worksheet resources:
10 Words About the Trinity. These trace copywork sheets are available in both print and cursive styles.Step Five
You may want to finish up your lesson on the Trinity with our science experiment on the 3 states of water as they could be related to the Trinity. We have previously posted about that here.