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janiya
april fools day
ash wednesday
birthday
boxing day
christmas
columbus day
diwali
earth day
easter
first day of spring
first day of winter
flag day
good friday
halloween
HANUKKAH
independence day
june 10th
martin lurther kings day
mothers day
palm sunday
passover
presidents day
thanksgiving day
valentines day

Holidays Word Search

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Word Search
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April Fools Day
Christmas Day
Christmas Eve
Columbus Day
Earth Day
Easter
Fathers Day
Flag Day
Groundhog Day
Halloween
Independence Day
Labor Day
Martin Luther King Jr Day
Memorial Day
Mothers Day
New Years Day
St Patricks Day
Thanksgiving
Valentines Day
Veterans Day

months and days of the week Crossword

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Crossword
Description

FIRST DAY OF THE WEEK MONDAY
THIRD MONTH OF THE YEAR MARCH
CHRISTMAS! DECEMBER
OUR ENGLISH CLASSES TUESDAY
OUR ENGLISH CLASSES THURSDAY
IT COMES AFTER JANUARY FEBRUARY
IT COMES BEFORE THE LAST MONTH OF THE YEAR NOVEMBER
THE DAY BEFORE THE WEEKEND FRIDAY
BEFORE THURSDAY WEDNESDAY
AFTER MARCH APRIL
BEFORE JUNE MAY
WINTER BREAK JULY
BACK TO SCHOOL FROM WINTER BREAK AUGUST
FLOWERS! SEPTEMBER
FIRST MONTH OF THE YEAR JANUARY
THE SIXTH MONTH OF THE YEAR JUNE
HALLOWEEN OCTOBER
BEFORE MONDAY SUNDAY
AFTER FRIDAY SATURDAY

Months, Days of the Week and Seasons Word Search

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Word Search
Description

Windy
Rain
Snow
Warm
Dry
Cold
Hot
Summer
Spring
Winter
Fall
Saturday
Friday
Thursday
Wednesday
Tuesday
Monday
Sunday
December
November
October
September
August
July
June
May
April
February
March
January

lent Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Easter Season Lent
Special Day Palm Sunday
do not eat fasting
on your knees praying
happy day good friday
dust to dust ash wednesday
sorry for sins repent
hand over passover
holy day sabbath
Type of Religion Catholic
Nailed to the cross cruicify
Jesus' crew disciples
the tree Jesus was nailed to cross
Jesus' mother mary
Jesus was buried in a tomb
last week of Lent holy week
to give up something for something else sacrifice
to stay away from something abstain
jesus' road to crucifixion stations of the cross
color of lent purple

Ash Wednesday Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Ash Wednesday is not a holy day of ___________________________. Obligation
The priest marks each worshipper on the forehead and says, "Remember you are ____________ and unto ____________ you shall return." Dust
The ashes used in this ceremony are made by burning the remains of the palms blessed on this day of the previous year. Palm Sunday
The ashes also symbolize death and so remind us of our ___________________. Mortality
Ash Wednesday occurs this many days before Easter, not including Sundays. Forty
Ash Wednesday is the first day of this Liturgical Season. Lent
Ashes are a symbol of penance made sacramental by the blessing of the Church, and they help us to develop a spirit of humility and ______________________. Sacrifice
Lent is a season of _____________, reflection, and fasting, which prepares us for Christ's Resurrection on Easter Sunday, and through which we attain redemption. Penance
This is required on Ash Wednesday. Abstinence
This is also required on Ash Wednesday. Fasting
The signing is done with ashes because ashes are a biblical symbol of _______________ and penance. Mourning
The priest, dipping his thumb into blessed ashes, marks the forehead with this. Sign of the Cross

Days of the week and months of the year Word Search

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Word Search
Description

DECEMBER
NOVEMBER
OCTOBER
SEPTEMBER
AUGUST
JULY
JUNE
MAY
APRIL
MARCH
FEBRUARY
JANUARY
SUNDAY
SATURDAY
FRIDAY
THURSDAY
WEDNESDAY
TUESDAY
MONDAY

Lent Word Search

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Word Search
Description

Cross
Rejection
Arrest
Denial
Crucifixion
Betrayal
Garden
Example
Washing Feet
Last Supper
Disciples
Peter
Good Friday
Holy Thursday
Palm Sunday
Jerusalem
Holy Week
Ash Wednesday
Ashes
desert
Jesus
forgiveness
penance
prayer
almsgiving
fasting
forty days

Holiday Bingo!!

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Bingo Cards
Description

Christmas
Halloween
Hanukkah
Easter
St. Patrick's Day
July 4th
Ash Wednesday
Veterans Day
Quanza
New Years Day
Valentines Day
Palm Sunday
Memorial Day
Labor Day
Good Friday
Thanksgiving
Victory Day
Presidents Day
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Columbus Day'
Shrove Tuesday
Passover
Rosh Hashanah
Diwali

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Lenten Season Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

How many Days are observed in Lent? (Not including Sundays) Forty
What comes after Lent (2 words no space) PassionTide
What is the first day of Lent? (2 words no spaces) AshWednesday
Lent is the season of ____________________ repentance
What is the "Color" of the Lent Season? Violet
What is Drawn on your forehead by Pastor on Ash Wednesday? Cross
"Remember: You are ______ and to _______ you shall return" (one word) dust
What word is not said during the Lenten Season? Alleluia
What is often practiced by individuals during the Lenten Season? fasting
Lent is "a time to reflect upon baptism, a time for rebirth and renewal in preparation for the celebration of _________." Easter
On this night Jesus instituted "a memorial" of his Passion in the Lord's Supper. (2 words no space) MaundyThursday
The day of Christ's Crucifixion. (2 words no space) GoodFriday
Easter is the day acknowledging Christ's ____________ (2 words no space) Resurrection
The color representing Good Friday is? Black
The day before Easter is called Easter _______ Vigil
Holy week begins with? (2 words no space) PalmSunday
The Triduum consists on ____ days. three
The word Lent means __________. spring
Ashes come from ______(s) that were blessed on _____ Sunday the year before Palm
Sundays are "in" Lent but not "of'' it. How many are there? five

Days and Months Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

First day of the week Sunday
Second day of the week Monday
Day after Monday Tuesday
Last day of the week Saturday
Middle of the week Wednesday
Fifth day of the week Thursday
Last school day of the week Friday
First month January
Month with Valentine's Day February
Third month March
Fourth month April
Month school lets out May
Month spring starts June
Month we celebrate Independence Day July
Month school starts August
Ninth month September
Tenth month October
Month we celebrate Thanksgiving November
Month we celebrate Christmas December