Jesus Crucified: Matthew 11:3-6; 16:15-16; 21:6-15 Luke 23:26-49 John 4:25-26, 42

 

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Tired of cross crafts? I found a pic on Pinterest  but it was a broken link that leads nowhere. It looked strait forward enough and I love a handprint craft! I liked the little red nail print wound. It is a reminder that we are the ones who’s sins nailed Jesus to the cross.  No template needed.

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Objective: Children will make handprint with nail wounds to remind them of what Jesus did for them. This 5X7 cardstock will easily fit in a frame if the mother so chooses.

Supplies:

5X7 Black Cardstock

white paint

red paint

paint brush

Cup (the kind you use for water will be sufficient)

Wipes

Dustless chalk

Time: about 2 minutes per child

In Class:

  • On the back of your black cardstock write the child’s name in pencil or a white crayon
  • Take each child individually and have them spread their hand out as far as their fingers will stretch. Paint their hand with a light coat of white paint.
  • Press the hand down towards the top center of the page.
  • Clean child’s hands well in sink or with wipes.
  • Using the chalk, in all capitals, write below the hand:

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  • Dip index finger in some red paint and add a nail wound to the center of the palm.
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3 thoughts on “Jesus Crucified: Matthew 11:3-6; 16:15-16; 21:6-15 Luke 23:26-49 John 4:25-26, 42

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