Opportunity Keys

We are faced with lots of opportunities and challenges every day. These opportunities are like doors to be opened. Then we need to decide what good opportunity to take and what to leave behind.

  • Think about an opportunity or a challenge you have now or had in the last months.
  • What encouraged you to take or leave that good opportunity? …
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Our Town

Where do you live? Who lives in your area? Have you ever observed the streets and buildings in your town? Are there any interesting historical places, churches, religious places, monuments, and other exciting places? Were there famous people who used to live or are still living in your town?

  • Walk along the pathway while thinking about people and interesting places in your town…
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You Before Me

Look at these people doing daily chores and serving others, in order that the others around them live in a clean environment. No one likes to clean others’ messes but still, some people around us, at home or at school, clean our messes to show their love toward us.

  • Take a broom template and on it write a way how you can make others feel more respected…
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Pom Pom Prayers

Pom poms come in different shapes, sizes, colours and textures. In the same way, people are different too. Likewise, we humans come in different shapes, sizes, colours and personalities.

  • What makes you unique and different?
  • In a few quiet moments think about something that makes you unique and special.
  • Take an owl foot template, and on it write or draw what makes you unique and special…
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Tree of Good Intentions

A good intention is a clear and positive goal in one’s life. Setting intentions helps us define what we want and works towards our dreams. When did you manage to carry out a task that took a long time to achieve, and you made those around happy?

  • Take a leaf and decorate it as you like.
  • On the reverse side of the leave, draw or write your intention –  something you would like to improve…
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Broken Friendships

Friends sometimes argue, and this is normal. But when friends say or do mean things and hurt each other, the friendship can be broken unless they apologize and work things out.

  • Think of someone whose friendship with someone else has broken.
  • From the paper people chain provided, tear apart a figure from the rest. 
  • While you hold the torn figure close to your heart, remember the former closeness with someone now distant from you…
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Finger Breathing

Learning breathing techniques can help us to cope with big feelings.

  • Stretch out one hand, so you have space between your fingers. Hold up your pointer finger from the other hand. Starting at the bottom of your thumb, trace up the side of each finger and then down the other side.
  • As you go up the side of a finger, breathe in and think of good things or things you are thankful for…
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Transition Flags

Some people like change. Some people don’t like change. Some people feel excited, and others feel worried. Maybe you feel a bit of both? That’s OK.

  • Choose a flag.
  • On one side, write or draw something about the school you are leaving that you are thankful for.
  • On the other side, write or draw something about the new school that you are looking forward to next year, something that you are excited about or worried about…
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Ħallu t-Tfal Jiġu Għandi

Alla Jieħu Ħsiebna

Saċ: Qari mili-Ktieb tal-Eżodu… Read more »

Sejjaħtilkom Ħbieb

Nifmhu aħjar x’inhi l-Qudddiesa – Ejjew…isimgħu…irringrazzjaw…kulu…morru

L-ewwel li jiġi f’moħħna meta nsemmu l-quddiesa, hi l-Aħħar Ċena… Read more »

The Ring, the Sandals & the Robe

In this guide, the relevance of these three objects for our Christian lives is explored through a series of:

  • Icebreakers
  • Biblical reflections
  • Activities
  • Movie clips
  • Prayer moments
  • Follow-up actions

By becoming more aware of the gifts they have received, young participants (12-16 years) will also be invited to make a positive difference in the lives of others by committing themselves to faith-based participation in society… Read more »

Thankful Ribbons

We all have things in our lives to be grateful for. For example, our families, friends, pets, animals, hobbies, sports, musical instruments, and so on.

  • Think about something for which you are grateful.
  • Write it down on the ribbon as a prayer to God.

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