Sunday, March 28, 2010


Yay! Easter Week is finally here.

Admittedly, I'm not as prepared to do all of the fun things I'd like to do with my family, because I spent last week playing and traveling with my sister and her family...BUT...I do have this awesome little booklet to share with you.

and was compiled and sent to me by my brilliant friend and Seminary teacher Rebecca Stay.

I uploaded it so that you can also enjoy doing this with your family this week.

Print it out here, here, and here.
(There are three pages.)

Just follow the instructions for cutting, taping, and folding it.
Very simple.

Let your kids color their own...a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon.

Then each day this week, read the scripture references (on the back) and talk about what happened each day during Christ's final week.

If you want to get fancy, you could plan some hands-on activities to do to coincide with this booklet, but I'm not quite there yet.
I'll be sure to share what I come up with though!

Enjoy your Palm Sunday!

(Also, if you are looking for a Palm Sunday craft, try making the donkey we made at Christmastime.)

and Margo Butler of CES, illustrations
(One correction: The first scripture reference for Tuesday should be Mark 11:20-13:37.)


  1. great ideas, some one needs to get these published in a church magazine-maybe the friend?

  2. Hey Jocelyn! What a beautiful blog! I'm glad to see that you and your family are doing well.


  3. Printed these out just now. We will start tonight for family scripture time. I just wish I had found this before I taught my primary lesson this morning!
    I started reading your blog part way through the family proclaimation series and have enjoyed it since. I love that your activities are geared toward younger children like mine, but at the same time can cover more serious subjects like service, forgiveness, and temples with more than a coloring sheet. Thank you for sharing!

  4. This looks great! I've got some things planned but I might just have to add this to the mix. Or maybe save it for another year if I don't use it this year. Thanks for sharing.

  5. I love these ideas. I'm going to share them on my blog.

  6. Thank you for sharing this. I love it and so do my kiddo's!

  7. Please add Margo Butler of CES to your list of credits for this: she came up with the daily pictures.

  8. To Jodi who mentioned a problem with the links above: I just downloaded it and had no issues...