If you aren’t familiar with Listening Pages the concept is simple: keep little ones engaged in the church service on Sunday mornings – from singing to the sermon to prayer.
Easter Listening Pages for Non-Readers
These Easter Listening Pages are for children that aren’t reading quite yet. Before the service, go over each of the pictures with your child so they know what words they should listen for. When they hear specific words in the church service, they color in a shape. Then there is space to also practice writing the word they heard.
In our family, we feel it’s important that our children listen to the sermon and pay attention during the service. These Easter Listening Pages are a great way to help keep their minds focused and their little hands busy.
Amy from Raising Arrows is hosting the Easter Listening Pages for children that read fluently. As you will see, her Pages offer words to listen for and a space to tally how often those words are heard throughout the service. There is also a nice space to write extra notes.