Easter Sunday Church Listening Pages {Resurrection Sunday}

 

Be ready for Resurrection Sunday
with these brand new themed Listening Pages!

Note: we try to avoid the term Easter here, but I also realize not everyone readily recognizes what I am talking about when I say Resurrection Sunday, thus the reason for the title of this post.

Lauren from Mama’s Learning Corner and I have teamed up again to bring you FREE Listening Pages to help teach your children how to quietly listen in church.

As usual, I am hosting the older version for readers and Lauren is hosting the younger version for non-readers.  Click on the links below to get your free downloads!

Resurrection Sunday Listening Pages for Readers

Resurrection Sunday Listening Pages for Non-Readers

I’ve also added a new page here on Raising Arrows under Special Features where you can find all the listening pages!

 Have a blessed Resurrection Day!

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22 thoughts on “Easter Sunday Church Listening Pages {Resurrection Sunday}

  1. I like this idea! Having kids just doodle through the service is not teaching them how to learn in church and it is rude, in my opinion. I love the idea of directing them a little to help them learn to listen! I know a few adults who could use these too! Haha
    Happy Resurrection Day!

    • I think it’s not so rude to doodle — some types of learners really do hear and learn better while doodling. Still, having these sheets would be so helpful! :)

  2. These are such a great idea! Our church has children’s programs going on for all ages during the “adult” service. However, there are a few times a year that the kids are in the main service. Since they are not used to having to sit that long, it’s very hard for them not to get bored. This is a great resource! Thank you! Will be sharing on my FB page for sure!

  3. Hi Amy! I’m right with you on not wanting to use pagan terms when it comes to our Lord and Savior. I did some research into names of things especially after my daughter asked how we got the names for days of the week and months of the year. I thought you would like to read this article http://www.joyfulheart.com/easter/easter-name.htm
    The deceiver is excellent at his work. We’re all upset about “Easter” not realizing that every ordinary day of the year is named after one “god” or another!
    Thanks for raising arrows even through the hard stuff!!! Keep it up!
    In Christ,
    Holly

  4. What a great idea! My only suggestion would be putting the words in alpha order…would make it easier for the kids to find the words and put the tally marks next to them!

    Happy Resurrection Day!

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  9. I grew up in a family that didn’t celebrate Easter or Resurrection Sunday. My father believed that since it wasn’t directly mentioned in Scripture then he didn’t want to do it. Our family doesn’t make a big deal over the trappings but we do allow our children to participate in Easter activities at church and we enjoy the celebrations at church. I say all that as background. I was never comfortable with “Easter” either. I’d always been taught that it was from the name of a Pagan goddess. This last year I did some research and discovered I had been wrong all these years. It’s actually the Anglicized form of a similar German word that means Passover. Many cultures use the word Passover when referring to Easter including the Latin American cultures that are a part of my husband’s heritage. I would encourage you to check this out and be encouraged. I can now say with confidence. May you have a blessed Easter as we celebrate the final Passover lamb!

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  11. just stumbled across your listening pages looking for ways to engage my foster kids in knowing Christ. it’s absolutely a brilliant blessing – thank you!