I regret that I’ve had little time to be able to dig for new resources to recommend for children / families or Sunday School lessons during Lent. We always have MANY visitors to our blog looking for those. This year, I’ve just not had the time to put together any new resource compilations for family activities.
But here are a few old favorites, which I’ve checked to make sure the links are still working:
From Catechist’s Journey – an excellent Roman Catholic site:
Fridge Art: The Lenten Cross – a Lenten version of a “Jesse Tree” with a reading and a symbol for each day of Lent.
There is also a shorter similar 12-day activity – “The Easter Tree” from the FridgeArt site.
Christine Sine at Godspace has put together a good compilation of Lent links for 2015, including a number of compilations for children & families:
- Celebrating Lent With Kids
- 5 Ways to Foster Creativity in Children for Lent
- Get Creative and Play Games in Lent
From here at Lent & Beyond: one of our most popular posts of all-time is from 2010
also, our 2014 entry: Resources for Celebrating Holy Week with Kids
Our Lent: Children & Families category has more links
As always, we invite our readers to share your favorite links & resources in the comments, thanks!