Printables for Homeschoolers and Religious Education Teachers

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Free Games to Help Homeschoolers, Catechists and Educators Teach About the Sacraments

Games to Teach the Seven Sacraments

The sacraments are perhaps the richest part of the Catholic faith.

Sacraments are outward signs of inward grace, instituted by Christ for our sanctification. (Catechismus concil. Trident., n.4, ex St. Augustine, "De  Catechizandis rudibus").

Help children learn about what makes each holy sacrament unique and essential to our soul and salvation through fun and play. Most games are in colour and are designed for print, cut, and play by individuals or groups. These games are perfect complements to any CCD Religious Education class or catechesis program.


Games that Teach About the Sacraments Seven Sacraments Through the Art of Rogier Van der Weyden

Teach the seven sacraments using descriptive clues and art details from the The Seven Sacraments by Rogier Van der Weyden.  Details in the artwork reveal lots about our rich Catholic traditions through each of the sacraments. Print out the pieces, cut apart, and laminate for durability.  This is a great game for use in your homeschool, classroom, or in CCD or religious education classes as well.

Age:  Elem+

Focus:  Recalling the seven Sacraments by name and details of each plus art study.


Ten Commandments Game Ten Commandments Match-up

Help children prepare for reconciliation by learning about sin and God's laws. Teach children to match up the Ten Commandments using the law and the numeral. This game can be played individually or in groups. This is a great alternative to written tests.

Age:  Elem+

Focus:  Recognizing sin by memorizing and ordering the Ten Commandments.