Free Catholic saints activities for homeschooling lesson plans

So you know that November 1 is Catholic All Saints' Day. But I say why wait till fall to get to know the saints? As Catholic homeschooling mum, I followed the liturgical calendar and tailored lessons around feast days. And you can too, using these free printable Catholic saints coloring pages, crafts and activities. Explore the lives of saints and use them to frame lesson plans. 

* Catholic Mom's All Saint's Day activities page has printable crafts and coloring pages specific to that holy day, plus tips for celebrating a Catholic holidays. Visit the Catholic Kids home page for free printable liturgical lesson plans for CCD and religious education lesson plan. Each week's gospel is discussed and age-appropriate activities linked: free printable puzzles, word searches, study sheets, crafts, Bible verses, games and activities. 

* ABCatholic has a free printable Catholic alphabet coloring book with images of saints, Bible stories and sacraments.  

* Waltzing Matilda features handmade free printable Catholic saints coloring pages. The blog moderator has drawn images for sacraments and liturgical use also. 

* Paper Dali is another mom blog with homemade free printable saints coloring pages. Some are free and some must be purchased.free her Etsy shop. Scroll around for the freebies. All are very attractive and well worth the nominal fee. 

* Catholic Icing offers handmade All Saints' Day printables and crafts. Read through the blog posts and sidebar menu for crafts, games and printables. 

* EWTN (Eternal Word Television Network) Kids offers free mass readings, prayer activities, crafts and coloring pages for children. Users must create a free account with user name and password. 


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