10 May Activities for Catholic Families Printable

It’s April 29th, so do you know what that means?  That means it’s almost May and time for a May activities for Catholic Families printable.

It also means, however, that it’s my parents anniversary.  So, happy anniversary to you two crazy kids.  We love you very much!

Okay, so back to that May printable…

May Activities for Catholic Families Printable

10 May Activities for Catholic Families

Here are the activities on the page.  You can grab the printable below.

1. Make Mother’s Day Cards for elderly parish members, shut ins, or neighbors who have family that live far away that they may not see on Mother’s Day.

2.  Write out the fruits of the Holy Spirit onto plastic fruit. Keep these out where you can discuss them with your children. Ask them to give examples of how to show them in their lives.

3. Plant Marigolds in  honor of Mary.

4. Plan a trip to a farm or a local greenhouse in honor of the feast day of St. Isidore the Farmer (May 15).

5. Pray the Rosary (or a decade with younger children) for world peace.  (Our Lady of Fatima’s Feast Day is May 13th)

6. Take a special lunch to a working family member on May 1st to thank them for the work they do to help your family.  (May 1st is the feast day of St. Joseph the Worker.)

7.  Do a craft to celebrate the Ascension of Jesus.

8.  Fill small baskets of goodies for friends and neighbors for May Day.

9.  Make a small floral crown, if you have a statue of Mary at your home, to do a May Crowning.

10. Invite family members to have a time of quiet to close their eyes, relax, and listen for guidance from the Holy Spirit.

 Download the 10 May Activities for Catholic Families Printable*

If you’re looking for monthly activity printables for Catholic families, you can find an index page with links to each of the printables here.

*If you are having clarity issues with the printable, please right click on the image and choose “Save Link As” and download the document to your computer. Then, open it from your computer, rather than through your web browser’s PDF plugin, which can sometimes cause some blurriness or other issues. Another solution can be to download the printable in a different web browser than you usually use.

Look through all of the free printables here at Many Little Blessings (including First Communion, Baptism, and Confirmation invitations/announcements)

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