The Sunday after Easter is known as Divine Mercy Sunday. To help you pray the chaplet with your little ones, I present the…
For folding see my How to Fold your Minibook page for step by step instructions with pictures or a video on how to fold these.
I wish I had been able to put this up last week, so you had it in time for praying the Divine Mercy Novena. Unfortunately, when you have a 1 year old, you tend to catch every. single. stomach. bug. ever.
So, Easter weekend was a little anti-climatic here, but luckily for us, Easter lasts 50 days right? I plan to be dying eggs, making cross crafts and resurrection rolls in the next few weeks. Just like Christmas, I want my kids to know it’s not all over in one day! But I’m getting off track here…
This mini-book is just like my Mini-Rosary Books, and is a super easy way to get your little kids involved and concentrating while you pray together. As you say the Divine Mercy Chaplet your kids can color in the beads for each prayer.
The cover is a Divine Mercy Jesus of course! I have to admit, even though i made these for the kids, I color them in as we pray too sometimes. It may be backwards, but we decorate the cover AFTER we’ve finished praying.
Don’t forget to go to reconciliation!
I hope you are all having a most joyous Easter season!