Advent ideas for families, classrooms

November 19, 2009 | Advent

From my OSV Daily Take post today:

Advent is right around the corner. As a busy mom and a faith formation teacher, I’m always looking for new ideas for bringing this season to life for my family and my students. Check out a sample issue of OSV’s Advent Take Out: Family Faith on the Go by clicking HERE. I’m already planning to give the construction paper Advent wreath a try with my fourth-grade class.

You can also get more Advent ideas by going to OSV4Me by clicking HERE. You’ll find general information on the season, prayers and projects, such as how to make a Jesse Tree, something I’ve always been intimidated to try, and how to make Advent star sugar cookies.

Another great site to check out for Advent is Karen Edmisten’s “No-Panic Advent Series.” You’ll find everything from standards like the Advent wreath and Jesse Tree to more unusual ways to mark the season, like the Jesus Stocking or St. Lucia Bread, and a complete list of great Advent books. Check it all out by clicking HERE.



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