Free Printable Catholic Games, Coloring, Activities

With All Saints Day on November 1, the Catholic church moves into the countdown toward Advent and the church new year. Catholic school teachers, religious education instructors, homeschoolers and parents will enjoy these free printable games and activities. use these for lessons, party games, holy day activities and family fun.

  • St. Anne’s Helper has links for 480 free printable Catholic coloring pages. Some are vintage prints and others are styled like stained glass windows. Subjects include: advent, Bible, Christmas, devotions, Easter, holidays, first communion, sacraments, confirmation, saints, rosary, lent, Palm Sunday, prayers, novenas, Our Lady and many more.
  • The Bingo Maker has free printable bingo cards for basic Christian subjects: women of faith, Christian symbols, holy places in the world, Noah’s ark and more.
  • DL-TK has a customizable bingo card creator. You can add more or fewer options, and choose from images or text. Some appropriate themes for Catholic include Veggie Tales, Christmas and Bible.
  • Free printable Catholic bingo games: Click on Bingo Card Creator to get premade and customizable bingo cards. Create your own list or use those in the data bank. Bingo Card Creator has printable Catholic saints, prayers, devotions. seasons, holy days and other liturgical bingo cards. The link is sometimes tricky to access, but it’s a good resource.
  • Catholic Mom has a free printable activities index related to Sunday mass and gospel readings. There are coloring pages, crossword puzzles, mazes, word searches, jigsaw puzzles and crafts. Themes include holidays, saints, Bible and prayers.
  • Waltzing Matilda has hand-drawn Catholic saints coloring pages arranged according to the church liturgical calendar. There are saints for each month of the year.
  • Become What You Are is contains links to dozens of free printable Catholic coloring pages. There are holiday and holy day images, plus mysteries of the rosary, Eucharist and general Bible themes. These images are quite intricate and would make good coloring activities for older children who like more challenging crafts.

I suggest printing these images to help children respond to religious teachings. When little ones can are actively engaged, in such as by coloring, they find it easier to focus. If you give children’s artwork to a senior friend to enjoy, then the child can feel like his coloring is helping someone else, too.

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