If you are a child of Catholic Faith you will remember these cards
I'm a bit late with this post.....but better late than never. November first is All Saints Day. My students had a big project to do with a lot of parent help. They had to look up information about their Patron Saint and then dress up as their Saint for the Nov. 1, Mass.
Sounds like a lot.....but I have been doing this for years......and the children and parents love it. I took the information that the parents provided and I took pictures of the children in their costumes and this year I created the children their own saint cards.
We have shared this information about the saints during our religion class. We created a time line of when the saints lived. We also look up on the world map where the saints lived and we are creating a list of the good deeds that the saints did to make a difference in God's World.