FREE Lenten Worksheet For Kids

  1. Michelle says:

    Love it! I want to use this with my RE kids. Any chance you can remove the year and add a fish the the third day? Thanks!!

  2. SoftBigs says:

    This is a great Lenten worksheet for kids!

  3. YesNoSpin says:

    This is a great Lenten worksheet for kids! I love that it includes both religious and secular activities.

  4. Joleen McIlravy says:

    Thank You

  5. Fjola McCreary says:

    Thank you for making this available! What a lovely way to visualize the season and to make it interesting and engaging, while still being simple for the younger kids. Blessings!

  6. Karen Kermis says:

    Thanks so much for sharing. I teach 7th grade religious education, and these will be perfect for helping them set and keep their lenten goals. Wishing you a blessed lent and Easter!

  7. Rosemarie Adams says:

    Thank you for doing this. I would like to use this for my 4th grade RE class this year, I hope it will help them to look at each day and remember what Lent is all about.

  8. Mara says:

    You are so wonderful for sharing this! Thank you! I am using it in my 4th grade classroom and have shared it with other teachers in my school, too! Sorry to point out…you need one more edit when you have a second. It says Lent 2016 on both pages.

  9. Fantastic! Just another picky note – you have the little fish symbol on each Friday except for the one between Ash Wednesday and the first Sunday of Lent. Is that intentional?

  10. Bailey says:

    Hi, what a great resource! I was wondering if you happen to have an updated version for 2017? There aren’t enough blocks on the chart to get to Easter this year

  11. leah wall says:

    Thank you.

  12. Laura Rose says:

    Awesomesauce! These are so helpful! I can’t wait to use these with the kids and share with others! Thanks for the wonderful resources!

  13. Taylor says:

    How can I get the updated version?

  14. Rosa says:

    I think it made more sense to have the numbers the other way?? Because you’re going left to right to get to the second Sunday of lent, then right to left to get to the third Sunday, so the numbers should be counted from right to left. And then you switch back again. I really like the way you made this calendar, I love the concept of the Sundays being on the periphery of the Lenten days

  15. Therese says:

    Hi Nancy

    I love these worksheets, especially the ‘My Lenten Resolutions’ sheet! I went to print them out straight away but I noticed that the numbering is slightly wrong on the Lenten calendar.. 1-4 is right and 5-10 is right but then it goes 16-11 instead of 11-16 and then 17-22 which is fine but then again it is 28-23! 29-34 is fine but there is still 40-35 instead of 35-40! I’m sorry but this is rather confusing! Would you be able to change the dates to the right boxes? I could use white-out and photo copy again but it might be easier if you just adjust the download if you don’t mind!

    Thanks 🙂 May God bless you! I love the activities and blog posts! 🙂

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