Build a giant Rosary as you pray! This helps to keep kids interested while praying the Rosary! And the pictures on the beads help them to meditate while they pray! Free Printable…
- The printable pictures, cross, medal, and beads
- Glue stick & Scissors
- A twin-size bedsheet (optional)
- This Pro-life Rosary is made to be printed off and cut out.
There is a number and a color under each baby picture. If you are using pink and blue paper, glue the picture to the color bead listed and write that number on the back of the bead. I tried to make the baby’s growth progress as the Rosary is said.
I used a twin size bed sheet as a “map” so the kids know where to place the beads.
Layout your rosary on the twin size bed sheet. Once it looks the way you like, used a permanent black pen to put a dot and a number on the sheet under each bead. Be sure the pen you are using doesn’t ‘bleed’ on the sheet or the beads. The numbers on the back of your beads should match the number you write under it on the sheet. The numbers start at 1(the Cross) and go to 61(the last bead). (59 beads + the medal + the cross= 61)
If you don’t have a bedsheet, you can lay the rosary out on the floor, a large table, or pin it to a bulletin board. If you wish, you can get a string to use as a pattern for the participants to lay the cross, medal, and beads on. The sheet seemed to work best with young kids. It was easy for them to understand where they should lay the beads.
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This is so beautiful!! I'm going to be sharing it with my moms group at church. Hopefully we can get the families at church involved in something like this. Love the pictures. Jill L
This is an amazing idea!!! :o)Hi I'm a new follower from Catholic Mothers Online!! I'm looking forward to reading. :o) JamieFor Love of Cupcakes
Hi Jennifer!! Thank you so much for linking at Familia Catolica!! I loved this idea!! I have to try it!! Your children are do cute!! blessings!!
Wow- love this idea! And the picture with the baby in the middle of the rosary is adorable! And the term \”Craftolic\” is also adorable! 😉
This is a great way to motivate kids to pray the rosary! It adds a bit of fun. Your children are so sweet!
You have such great ideas!
This is so awesome, Jennifer!
Oh, I just realized I wasn't following your new site! I fixed that 🙂