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Faces of Easter VII

April 08, 2021 | Children


After watching the video, take a 5-10 minutes with your children and ask them these wondering questions about the Children's Moment.  Remember there are no right or wrong answers.  Wondering time is a time to allow children to come closer to God by developing their own ideas. 
Faces of Easter Week 7 - Easter 
  1. I wonder what you can find in this room or in our house that can help us tell this part of the story.
  2. I wonder what part of this story you like best.
  3. I wonder what part of this story is the most important part.
  4. I wonder where you are in this story. 


Materials that can be used for response time - paint, crayons, markers, paper, Duplos, Legos, building blocks, play dough, journals

Instructions: After watching the Children's Moment and spending time with the wondering questions, have your children do his/her work with some of the items mentioned above.  Watch them work and help them if needed.  Otherwise, let them create! 

Say: “Now it is time to get out our work.  What work would you like to do today? You may work with the story we heard today, or you may make something about it.  There may be another story you want to work with.  There is so much. Think about what you are going to work with and then you may start.”                   

Ideas: Read scripture; find the story in the Bible; re-tell the story using pictures your children draw; re-tell the story in your own words 

Other Response Time Options For Faces of Easter

Faces of Easter Coloring Pages

Faces of Easter Coloring Pages - African American

Lenten Prayer Pots

Mystery of Easter Puzzle