Posted in Religion Resources

Stories of the Saints with Faith and Puppets

Children have wonderful imaginations. When they hear the saint stories in an exciting and relatable way, they remember them. #saints #children

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Posted in Religion

Sacred Heart and Immaculate Heart Coloring Pages

Help your children learn more about the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary by watching the video and downloaded the free coloring pages at HeartsDevotion.com.

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Posted in Writing

Easter Handwriting Sheets

Use this holy time to immerse your students in the JOY of Catholic tradition with Handing It On Easter packets.

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Posted in Book Reviews Religion

Passion Story from a New Perspective

The Master’s Calling by Amber Schamel offers the Passion Story from a New Perspective

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Posted in Book Reviews Religion

Sts. Louis and Zelie Martin featured in New Vision Book

The Martins are best known as the parents of St. Thérèse of Lisieux, a doctor of the Church known for her Little Way of holiness, but Louis and Zélie are saints in their own right.

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Posted in 5th grade 6th grade 7th grade 8th grade English High School Social Studies / History

A “Little House” Book for a New Generation

“Prairie Lotus” by Linda Sue Parks is a “Little House” book for a new generation

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Posted in High School Religion

The Light of Tara – A Novel about St. Patrick

The Light of Tara is a work of historical fiction about St. Patrick #teens #YA #CatholicFiction

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Posted in Writing

Handwriting Pages for Lent

Lent is here, and it is one of the BEST seasons to immerse your students in!  Lent is when we prepare for Easter–the highest feast…

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Posted in Art Book Reviews

Easy Art History Based Projects

Looking for an easy way to incorporate art history and art into your homeschool? #art #homeschooling

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Posted in Book Reviews High School Social Studies / History

The Singer and the Sailor

Therese Boucher provides a poignant portrait of early 20th century life for Catholic French-Canadian immigrants in central Massachusetts in The Singer and the Sailor.

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