Sequence & Pray – Our Father

Today on Commotion from the Ocean of Life, my “family life” blog, I posted a new Christian game.  It’s called Sequence & Pray – Our Father.  This is the Catholic version of the prayer.

If 2 sets of the cards are printed, they could be used for concentration/memory.  They can also be used to sequence the words to the prayer on the mat.  There are a number of other things that could be done with them as well as reciting the prayer.

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Graphing and Tallying the Nativity

Today is the 11th post of Nativity A Day and it’s moving right along.  I actually made this one during some free time last night, but by the time it was done, I was too tired to actually post it!!

Today’s Nativity A Day freebie is a set of graphing worksheets.  For the first one, there are different elements from the nativity on a chart and they will need to right down the points where each element is.  I provided an answer key for this so that they can self-check if desired.

The next two activities require a the die that elements of the nativity on it.  Each time it’s rolled, they will either tally or color in the chart for which element it lands on.  There’s no answer key for the graphing or tallying because answers will vary each time.

Nativity images © Stockberry Studio used with permission.

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Nativty UNO

Today is the 7th installment of Nativity A Day here on my blogs.  I hope that you’re enjoying it as much as I am!!

First of all, I have to confess that today’s freebie is NOT a new creation, but one that I made last year.  I completely love this game though and it’s definitely worth the re-share.  I’m busy today with making plans for my religion class, so I thought today would be the perfect day to update this game and re-share for those that have it and get it out there to those that don’t have it!!

Today’s Nativity A Day freebie is Nativity UNO!!  Our family loves UNO and ever since I made this set, we play this version often.  There’s not much to say about it except that it’s played like the UNO card game, but this one features adorable nativity figures.  It includes a storage box, all the cards needed to play, as well as directions and how to score.  I do recommend printing on card stock and laminating or using clear shelf liner (found at Wal-Mart, dollar stores, etc. in the kitchenware’s area).  

Nativity images © Just So Scrappy used with permission.

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