1. A Rosary
You can find a variety of choices. They have large chunky styles for younger kids and traditional rosaries in every color you could possible want.
2. Saint Biographies
There are so many saont books out there to choose from. You can find a collection of saints book or a books that tells you about a saint for every day of the year. They have options for young children all the way to adults.
Does your child have a favorite saint? Why not give them a book about them. Even better give them a book about a saint they may know very little about. We love the Vision saint books! I would love to have the whole collection.
3. Sacrifice Beads
We found ours at Holy Heroes. They are very durable and great for the kids to keep track of all the little sacrifices they make throughout the day. The kids have also made some in our homeschool co-op.
4. Saint Movies
You can find a wonderful collection of saint stories geared for children. Children can learn about Saint Perpetua, St. Juan Diego and Our Lady of Guadalupe, Saint Bernadette, Saint Francis, and so many other wonderful saints that will help strengthen their faith.
and for older kids ( and adults)......
We bought ours from Veronika's Workshop. They are beautiful and very durable. Each scapular is custom made. Her embroidery is breath taking.
6. Saint Peg Doll
I've created a few of these cute dolls myself. You can find a huge variety in all price ranges on Etsy.
If interested, I have the 2 Saint Kateri pg dolls for sale. $12 shipped, just send me an email.
7. A Soft Nun Doll
Isn't she adorable! What little girl wouldn't want this sweet little nun to talk too? I wish Therese was still little. This little nun would be in her basket!
8. Saint Statues
9. A Flower Rosette Rosary for Little Ones
We bought one from Veronika's Workshop. They are so cute and an excellent way to get little ones involved when praying the rosary.
10. A Chocolate Cross
Replace the traditional chocolate bunny with a chocolate cross. It reminds them of the reason we celebrate Easter! Just be sure to put them up if you have pets. Our dog ate a whole cross while we were at Mass one Easter. Thankfully he didn't get sick.
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