I hope you are all going to try and make the most of this Easter. I know it is going to be hard for me. Holidays are a very important time for me because I love to spend them with all my family.
Today you are going to hear the stories of The Last Supper that Jesus had with all his disciples before he was taken away. You are also going to hear the story called A Dark Friday. This is about Jesus being taken away and crucified. Jesus died on the cross this upcoming Friday many, many years ago. This day to us is called Good Friday.
The first thing I'm going to have you do is watch the rest of the story that we started yesterday. Parents: please start the video at 10:16 and stop it at 15:48. This is a short video clip.
The next thing I am going to put on here is myself reading the Bible stories for you to listen to. They match the video you watched, so listen carefully.
Sorry boys and girls, my hair is wet! Haha! 😋
Today, please take out your two coloring sheets labeled The Last Supper and Jesus is Crucified. You do not have to color both today, although you are more than welcome to! Normally I would have one colored at school and one to send home, but since you already have both at home- it is completely up to you!
Alright boys and girls- Can you remember to finish your Lenten path to Easter the last four days? I'm counting on you! Today you should have colored in Day 37.
Four more days until Easter!
Please remember that just because I am not there to watch you, doesn't mean that you can scribble-scrabble your picture either. Also, all pictures are not one color right? Is my picture all one color? Please use many colors and stay in the lines! Make them beautiful!
Up to this point, you should have colored 4 Bible story pictures, and almost finished your path to Easter. I look forward to popping on and reading an Easter story to you this Sunday.
I want you all to know that I am thinking about you all very much during this Easter season. I am so happy that you get the extra family time right now to be able to spend the season together.
"Dear God, let me help people who need help. I want to be kind and helpful, just like you."
Have a wonderful Easter!