This simple stained glass cross window decoration is my favorite Lenten craft for kids to create in the classroom. By now, my students are stained glass experts (they require very few instructions from me) and these beautiful crosses look stunning when they hang in my classroom windows. I’m thrilled to share a tutorial for this simple craft with you today.
I have a wonderful freebie to share with you today… an Interactive Sight Word Reader about the season of Lent. Like all Interactive Sight Word Readers, this six-page book is an emergent reader with simple repetitive text. Each sentence in this book is missing the word “of” as it explains
The Lenten season is well underway and my students have been preparing their hearts for Easter by doing Good Deeds. Their acts of kindness happen at home and at school and I have a great FREE resource to help you encourage Good Deeds within your own classroom. This post contains
I can’t believe Lent is nearly over! My kiddos are so excited that it is nearly Easter and they have truly enjoyed learning and loving others throughout Lent. Rather than emphasizing the idea of sacrifice during Lent, the Kindergarteners in my classroom have been putting kindness into action through Good
Today my students made “stained glass” crosses to display in the windows. The crosses are perfect for Lent and the bright colors are perfect for SPRING! I have lots of bright colors in my classroom and these crosses were the perfect addition. The best thing about this project is that
As a Religion teacher I am always looking for high-quality projects that are a nice supplement to the textbook (which, let’s face it – can sometimes be a little dull and not exactly inspiring). A perfect Lenten project is this beautiful cross made from pre-burned matchsticks. This is not a