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To prevent the spread of COVID-19, many people are wearing masks and gloves. This is increasingly true in light of the CDC’s recent recommendation that individuals wear masks in public. For children, this can be
NUMBER 5 ACTIVITY:
We used a green handprint and wrote our numbers 1-5 on each finger. Behind each finger, we glued the correct number of mini apples (using red sequins).
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LESSON IDEAS – Week of April 13, 2020
THEME: Resurrection and New Life!
LETTER Q/U ACTIVITIES:
Q-Tip Painting (Print out the letters Q/U):
“Qu” is for “Quilt”:
EASTER PRINTABLES (Link):
HOLY THURSDAY: Liturgical color, white. Jesus has the Last Supper, which is the institution of the Eucharist and also the first Mass. He also washes the feet of His disciples. Jesus asks His disciples to pray in the garden with Him
“Y” is for “Yellow Yoyo and Yarn”
Letter Y cut out of yellow construction paper (https://www.printableparadise.com/letters/letter-y-outline.pdf)
3 large circles (various colors)
3 small circles (various colors)
Letter U Activity: (This is also an excellent tool for fine motor!)
Music: Numbers Freeze Dance Song
Palm Sunday Craft: https://www.catholicicing.com/palm-sunday-craft-for-kids/
Baking “Hot Cross Buns” during Holy Week: (The cross represents the crucifixion of Jesus, and the spices
LETTER OF THE WEEK: Uu
“U” is for Umbrella Craft
2 Pipe cleaners in different colors
Acrylic paint (or watercolors) in various colors
Craft gems. Jewels, or stickers
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The cross is a very prominent feature