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Pocket Prayers



Pocket Prayers will help your kids remember to pray for the things that are most important!

What you need to make Pocket Prayers...

  • colored construction paper
  • cardboard tube from toilet paper
  • gift wrap
  • stapler
  • markers
  • crayons
  • scissors
  • glue

Instructions:

Cut the gift wrap to a size that fits the tube from the toilet paper.  Cut the construction paper in half along its length, then fold these pieces in two, placing them one inside the other.

Make a book by stapling along the fold.

Write "I pray for my church, my friends, and my family" on the cover - your child can then draw pictures to go with his/her prayers.

Give your child a piece of gift wrap and a tube from the toilet paper. Ask them to glue the gift wrap to the tube, then leave it to dry. Finally, roll the prayer book up and put it into the 'pocket' (which is actually the toilet paper tube) to take home.




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