- Baptism Pics of Dd#1's Baptism
- Essay including sources of Baptism (CCC & New Advent) and abreviated explanations
- Meaning of Baptism & symbolism from other sources (Scott Hahn's Salvation History)
- All 3 of the above for the sacrament of Confirmation
- write and illustrate biography of Maria Goretti, her Confirmation Saint (We've got the movie and we'll work through the study guide)
- Saint books she's read will need a book report of some kind and I may have her write her own prayer to each saint she studies
- copywork through the year of quotes & include favorite Saint prayers and novenas
- Creed - Each phrase will have some life application and explanation with it
- Ten Commandments - I think I'll have her do creative writing and do a short story of someone who has broken that particular commandment and let her decide how to end each story (repentance & grace or pride & consequences)
- Gifts and Fruits of the Spirit - each item will have a common fruit (banana) or a wrapped present in a particular shape to write the fruit, it's definition, explanation and application and the day we talk about it we may make a recipe (banana bread).
- Spiritual & Corporal Works of Mercy - the faith folder from Catholic Lapbooks is available, but I'll most likely give her a coloring page (she still LOVES to color) and let her write about that work on the back.
- A mini book - a Confirmation Prayer Book - of common Mass and Catholic prayers - she'll most likely do it in calligraphy.
- She'll do book reports of some fashion (her choice of a list I have) of all the books she is reading
- Salvation History/History of the Church - I may have her review these (we've done alot of them) and do a timeline and outline of them
Service Project - just an explanation of what she's done
Confirmand - this will be done after the Confirmation - photos and narrations, a scrapbook of the day
Lest, anyone accuse me of being so organized or smart or be impressed by this list -- please remember I STOLE most of these plans and I've been working on them for 2 years -- quite a bit of time to make a decision or two.