arrowskidsclub

Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven.

Passover Buckets (for gathering treats from piñata)

Psalm 119:103 NKJV

“How sweet are Your words to my taste, Sweeter than honey to my mouth!”

Passover Buckets  for gathering treats   1  Passover Buckets  for gathering treats    2

Advertisement
Leave a comment »

The Empty Tomb

Need

Construction paper

Glue

Scissors

Cut out pieces and assemble using the photo as a guide.

 

         

Leave a comment »

Donkey Puppet

This puppet can be made from construction paper or plain copy paper that has been colored.

Need:

Paper bag

Construction paper (or crayons)

Glue

Scissors

2 wiggly eyes

Cut out pieces from construction paper or paper. Assemble, using photo as a guide.

       

Leave a comment »

Donkey Mask

Need

1 paper plate

Gray paint and paint brush (or gray crayon if desired)

Glue

10 inches of thin elastic

Scissors

Black craft foam

Black Yarn

Hot glue or tape

1. Paint the bottom of the paper plate gray. If desired the plate can be colored with crayons instead of painting. Allow the paint to dry.

2. Mark the front of the paper plate according to the diagram.

3. Cut on the broken lines, then glue point # 1 to point # 2. Hot glue works best, but tape is safer for the children to use.

4. Cut out holes for the eyes.

5. Glue the elastic at the dots.

6. Cut out ears and nostrils and attach to the donkeys face.

    

3 Comments »

Palm Branch

Need:

Green copy paper, construction paper, or card stock.

Wooden skewer

Glue

Scissors

Copy pattern onto paper. Cut out and glue on stick.

Could be made out of craft foam if desired. You would need to make a pattern and trace it on the craft foam, then cut it out.

Leave a comment »

Cross Nametag

Need:

Cardstock or construction paper (or craft foam)

Scissors

Glue

Marker

Cut out pattern and use the photo as a guide to assemble. Attach pin backing to the back of the cross.

Write child’s name on cross.

Leave a comment »