We read this book which is pretty much a tradition for us on this feast day.
The girls made "stained glass" crosses using contact paper, construction paper crosses and tissue paper of various colors.
And we enjoyed the children's bulletins that my mom always sends us. We discussed the reason for this day's celebration and did the activities.
The "stained glass" crosses look so lovely in our school room window. Don't you think?
They were placed above some "stained glass"we did last school year and a collage that Evan did last week.
Sorry to be so short on details, but I really do have to run. And I hope to post about our most recent Teatime this past week for St. Vincent DePaul. It was our coziest Teatime yet, thanks to a chilly, rainy Thursday.