Saturday, March 19, 2016

April Catholic Kids Bulletin: A Month for Mercy!

These FREE Printables are offered each month to help young Catholics learn at Mass. You are welcome to print and share with others. If you can afford it, click Support CKB on the right and donate to help pay for the time and effort put into these pages. Enjoy!

April Catholic Kids Bulletins
We made it through Lent and it's time to celebrate. We are celebrating Easter throughout the entire month. Eggs, and Cookies, and Treats, oh my!

If you need some more Easter ideas, check out this OLD and sloppy post from my early blogging days! Shaving cream eggs are my favorite Easter craft!

Here are the highlights for the month of April:
  • Saint Faustina
  • Divine Mercy Sunday
  • Doubting Thomas
  • Saint Mark the Evangelist
  • Saint George
  • Jesus as the Good Shepherd
  • Saint Gianna Molla
  • The Greatest Commandment
I'm hearing some frustration about SCRIBD's new policy--but never fear, these bulletins are STILL FREE. If you can't download them free from SCRIBD anymore, head over the Teachers Pay Teachers and you can download there. You'll create a free account and have access to the bulletins. You can also follow me from TPT and you'll get an email when I upload a new product or bulletin. The TPT links are also located below the SCRIBD links.


Saint Gianna Molla's feast day is this month. You can head over to Teachers Pay Teachers to check out a Reader's Theater skit about her life and sainthood.



Catholic Kids Bulletin Saint Gianna Molla Reader's Theater









You can download from SCRIBD by clicking above, or follow these links to Teachers Pay Teachers.

April Catholic Kids Bulletins in Spanish and EnglishApril Catholic Kids Bulletins in Spanish and English


12 comments:

  1. Did Scribd change their download policy? I can't seem to download without registering. Then it says "read for free for 2 weeks". Does this mean I'll need to pay to download soon? I don't mean to be a freeloader -- in fact I have donated to this site several times. I just want to know what the policy going forward will be.

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    1. Hi! I think Scribd is changing their policy...HOWEVER--you can download for free from Teachers Pay Teachers instead of using SCRIBD. The link is near the bottom of the post or go to https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/April-2016-Catholic-Kids-Bulletin-with-Weekly-Saints-2456094

      Let me know if it doesn't work.

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