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Friday, February 13, 2015

Ash Wednesday Printable Activity Page {Free} ~ Get ready for Lent!


In the hopes of preparing my kids for Ash Wednesday Mass, we discussed what Ash Wednesday is and what it means. If you are looking for a good article to read about the topic, I recommend this article from LifeTeen. It's funny and informative!  :-) After talking about Ash Wednesday we completed a simple activity:
This printable activity allows the kids to draw a picture of themselves and then add an ash cross to their forehead. 
First, the kids drew a picture of themselves. 
 Then they rubbed some charcoal on a piece of scrap paper and pressed their thumb into it. You could just use lead from a pencil, but charcoal is darker.
Next, they used their dirty thumb to make a cross shape on the picture's forehead.
The kids had a blast adding the crosses!! 
This was fun for many age levels. My younger kids enjoyed it and so did Rachel, my 16 year old. She's always looking for a way to satisfy her artistic cravings!

Here is the face my 3 year old, Caleb, drew:
He told me, "I can make beautiful, smiley, cross faces, too!"
Yes, he sure can! :-)

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3 comments:

  1. This is just the kind of activity I was hoping for...THANK YOU for sharing!

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  2. Love this Jennifer! Hope to try it with my kiddos :) I linked up to it on my recent blog post about Fat Tuesday and Ash Wed. :)

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  3. Thank you so much, Ladies! Enjoy! God Bless.

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