Nativity Catholic Cluster: Nativity of our Lord and St. Johns Parishes

Faith Formation Kids Corner

Welcome to Kid's Korner - Designed for children and their families in grades Pre K-Grade 5

Fr. Maria's Message to First Communicants'

Children's Liturgy of the Word 

Readings for Children's Liturgy, May 24, 2020 by: Alison DeNamur

Children's Bulletin for May 24, 2020

Readings for Children's Liturgy, May 17, 2020 by: Currie Family

Children's Bulletin for May 17, 2020

Readings for Children's Liturgy, May 10, 2020 by Kelsi, Alexis and Jacob Beran

Hand motions explained for John 14:6

Bible Memory song for John 14:6

Activity for Children's Liturgy, May 10, 2020

Readings for Children's Liturgy, May 3, 2020 by Maria Heck

Children's Bulletin for Mary 3, 2020

Readings for Children's Liturgy, April 26, 2020 by Eva and Madeline Hetland

Children's Bulletin for Sunday, April 26, 2020


Kids Storybook Korner

This is a list of Catholic books by category that was shared with me by Katie from A great catholic resourece for everyone! 

Catholic Books by Category

Sand Dollar; Narrated by: Barbara Eretto

Audio Link can be accessed here.

The Seed who Was Araid to be Planted by: Anthony DeStefano This is the PDF of the visuals

Coloring Activity for The Seed who was Afraid to Be Planted

 Zacchaeus and Jesus      Zacchaeus and Jesus 

Activity: Zacchaeus Crossword

The Weight of a Mass: A Faith Tale    The Weight of a Mass: A Tale of Faith


Coronavirus: A book for Children

Coronavirus: A Book For Children | Illustrated by Axel Scheffler | Read by Hugh Bonneville

Another Catholic Website with great activities see the Marian resources below

It's almost May, the Month of Our Lady! To help you and the families you work with celebrate, I pulled together an easy to share resource. Click below to download a four page pdf file. The pdf contains 30 little thumbnails that are all links to FREE Marian resources, perfect for just about one each day of the month.

The resources are intended to reach a wide variety of ages, while of course some are meant for older kids and some for younger, hopefully families can find ways to make them work for most K-8th kids. The links lead to different ideas for art, coloring pages, prayer, food, videos, music, and more. And again, they are all free!

Mary Resources


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