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Good Friday Resources

David Wadsworth has produced an activity based on Jesus' last words for Good Friday. Here is the main activity, and here are some pages which explore a little deeper.

Two of the activities include some crafting. Here are the step by step photos if they would help you.

1 Take paper and scissors
01 - Take Paper and Scissors
2 Cut 2 strips and 4 pieces
02 - Cut 2 Strips and 4 Pieces
3 Write on the short strip
03 - Write on the Short Strip
4 Write sad things on 2 pieces
04 - Write Sad Things on 2 Pie
5 Attach the pieces to each end of the strip
05 - Attach the Pieces To Each
6 Write on the long strip and get some glue
06 - Write On The Long Strip a
7 Stick the long strip over the short strip to make a cross
07 - Stick the Long Strip Over
8 Cut a heart out of one of the pieces
08 - Cut A Heart Out of 1 of t
9 Stick the heart on the cross
09 - Stick the Heart on the Cr
10 Cut a circle from the pieces
10 - Cut a Circle from the Pie
11 Draw a sad face on one side of the circle
11 - Draw a Sad Face on 1 Side
12 Draw a happy face on the other side of the circle
12 - Draw A Happy Face On The
13 Take a hole punch and some string
13 - Take a Hole Punch and Som
14 Punch a hole in the face and cross and attach them with some string
14 - Punch a Hole in the Face
 

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