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A Visit with Grandma / Una visita con Abuela Family Activity Sheets for Understanding the Mass

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A Visit with Grandma / Una visita con Abuela
Family Activity Sheets for Understanding the Mass
$1.09 - $1.29
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Help parents teach their children about the Mass with this engaging activity. • Perfect for Eucharistic Revival

Includes 11"x17" story board, instructions, and game cards to cut out. • Available in all English, all Spanish, or Bilingual (Spanish parent/English Child). • All printed on light card stock, shipped folded in half.

Use this activity in a parish-hosted whole family event or send it home with families. 

  • The storyboard tells the story of two children who visit their Grandma's house to attend a special family dinner. Each panel/picture represents one event in the story, giving a short description.
  • Each game card describes a part of the Mass that corresponds to an event in the story. Families will work together to match them up, placing each card over the matching storyboard panel.
  • Through the activity, families will gain a greater understanding and appreciation of the Mass. The Mass has a similar flow as this meal because at Mass, we gather as the family of God, and God lovingly provides spiritual nourishment that strengthens us for our journey. 

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Product code: PG100
Dimensions: 11" x 17"
Length: 4 pages
The Pastoral Center
1-24 copies $1.29 each
25-99 copies $1.19 each
100+ copies $1.09 each
Written by Patricia Giunta
Illustrated by Joseph Giunta


Such a great story board activity! A Visit with Grandma is a wonderful resource to help parents and children explore the Mass together. With this story board, parents not only have an easy-to-lead activity to engage their children in the Mass, they also have a resource that connects the lived experience of children and families to the celebration and order of the Mass in a way that is sure to stir up faith conversations in the home. Kids (and parents) will love it!

Deborah Breakey, Senior Coordinator of Children & Family Ministry, Archdiocese of Chicago