If you’re looking for an All Saints Day activity page for using at home, during a religious education or Sunday school class, or to use as an All Saints Day Party placemat for an All Saints Day Party, then I’ve got a perfect free All Saints Day activity sheet printable for you.
It’s a single page with three All Saints Day activities, plus a fun border to color. This makes it a perfect no prep All Saints Day activity!
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Okay, back to this free All Saints Day activity sheet
The free All Saints Day activity page / placemat printable includes the following activities:
- An All Saints Day word find featuring 10 names of popular saints (you can also find a free printable full page All Saints Day word search puzzle here)
- A coloring area featuring the title “All Saints Day” (which can be colored in) as well as a Saint Blaise and Saint Matilda that can be colored in
- A box to write and/or draw something that completes the sentence “My favorite saint is:”
A special thanks to my sweet husband Eric for drawing both Saint Blaise and Saint Matilda for me!
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