Made for children (and families) by children from the Parish of Our Lady of Lourdes, Thames Ditton, in the Diocese of Arundel and Brighton during isolation.
Below are some links for Holy Week in the home and teaching your children at home about Holy Week. Each day of the Triduum – Maunday Thursday, Good Friday and Holy Saturday – is a new opportunity to talk with your children about the life, death and resurrection of Jesus. Why not ‘break bread’ together…
Make your own paschal candle – find out what the images mean and have it ready for the Easter vigil celebrations on Saturday evening!
Learn about Holy Week by creating your own Lego models!
We thought this might be a nice simple activity to do with your children today on Palm Sunday. Why not make a paper cross and decorate it? All you need is a piece of A4 size paper and some scissors. Watch this short video for step by step instructions.
Here’s one of our Pastoral Associates who’s been busy with her children, creating palms for Palm Sunday. It’s a great activity to get your children involved with and it’s fairly simple. Here’s Joanne Wallace to explain more in detail..
We hope to give you some ideas for Palm Sunday and join us in “Pray through Play”