As a Catholic homeschool mom, it's inspiring to see that articles about All Saints Day and Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) activities are as popular as Halloween articles. I enjoy hunting up free printable holiday crafts, but my real passion is sharing homeschooling and religious education free printables. I remember my early teaching days and late homeschooling career, sans computer. I must have made thousands of charts, drawings, graphs, games, etc. Alas, I am woefully inept artistically, so the lesson plans that required drawing skills...lacked. But now, with the beauty of the Internet, we have access to free printable lesson plans, coloring pages, cut and paste crafts, games and activities. Just in time for All Saints Day, here are.Free Printable Catholic Saints Paper Dolls, Coloring Page Activities
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