If you’re looking for a Lent activity page for using at home, during a religious education or Sunday school class, to use as a Lenten placemat for a Lenten retreat, then I’ve got a perfect free Lent activity page printable for you.
It’s a single page with four Lent-themed activities, plus a fun border to color. It’s also especially perfect to use as an Ash Wednesday activity page (which I know is part of Lent, but I wanted to make special mention of).
Note: The text link that says “Download the Lent Activity Page Printable*” to download the printable is much farther down in the post.
On a side note, if you’re looking for other printables that are perfect to use during Lent, you might love these:
Okay, back to this free Lent activity page…
The free Lent activity page / placemat printable includes the following activities:
- A Lent word find featuring 10 Lent-themed words (you can also find a free printable full page Lent word search puzzle here)
- A wooden cross picture to color
- A box to write and/or draw something that completes the sentence “One thing I can do during Lent to bring me closer to God…”
- A word scramble area with Lenten words (in case you need some help, the words that are scrambled are forty days, ashes, Lent, and fasting)
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Nancy Tacu says
Thank you so much for this great Ash Wednesday activity that can be used in religious education/CCD classes.
Angie Kauffman says
You’re very welcome! Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment. 🙂
Barbara Langan says
I am having great success using your printables for Lent (as well as other seasons and topics, such as the Mysteries of the Rosary, etc.) with my CCD students. You really help to make my job easier, and the childrens’ learning more enjoyable. Thank you!
Thank you very much for sharing!
Angie Kauffman says
You’re welcome! 🙂
I am subbing for Sunday School this week… Thank you so much for your activities, very nice!
Thank you for this. It’s great.
Lynnette McClain says
Thanks for your Lent ideas. I make Lenten Journey bags with my students throughout the season. We collect items that represent the Church traditions, rituals and events in the life of Jesus leading up to and including Holy Week. The family suggestions you provided will make a good resource to send home as well.