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The sixth Sunday after Pascha remembers the story of the young man who was born blind.
- paper clips
- scotch tape
- magnet tape
- crayons or markers
Print the main handout on cardstock. Students can color the handout, and each should be given an eye that is already cut out. They can also color the skin parts around the eye. A paperclip should be scotch-taped onto the back of the cardstock where the healed eye will go. Then these healed eyes also will have a magnet on the back. The students will be able to use the craft to tell others that Jesus gave the blind man new eyes to see. They also should know and say that the man learned to see that Jesus is the Son of God.
The Tulsa Air and Space museum offered a free flight to kids ages 8-12, but I got permission to let Miles go up even though he is 7.5 years old. I was worried that he wouldn’t go, but he did it, and here is what he said:
So much has been happening lately, that I think this list with pictures might be a good way to explain.
Watch Henry’s game with great-grandma.
Flip upside down for a photo.
Or just do a funny pose.
Visit the morning dove that nests in our backyard.
Calm down, you angry birds.
Hug your best friend.
Admire the sheep grazing in the pasture.
Watch the farmer shear his sheep.
Take home some wool.
Blow a bubble.