This is another Palm Sunday/Holy Week Lenten activity.
For this one, we go to a Web site called King of Peace and learn how to make palm crosses.
This activity comes to us from King of Peace Episcopal Church in Kingsland, Georgia. This is something that can be done with children and families right after Palm Sunday Masses or at religious education classes held during Holy Week.
For this activity, click here.
You may also want to share what Lisa Hendey at Catholic Mom says about Palm Sunday/palm crosses:
Every year on Palm Sunday in our Catholic churches, we receive palm fronds which have been ritually blessed as a wonderful part of our Palm Sunday liturgy. You can create a special family tradition of your own by incorporating these blessed palms into an art activity to be cherished by your family for years to come. Taking time with your children to discuss the true meaning of Palm Sunday and to prayerfully fashion your palms into a piece of art will be a memory they will treasure and look forward to each Lenten season.