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Craft: Good Friday

Good Friday can often be a tough part of the Easter story to explore. It involves sadness, pain and despair, and can be a source of deep conversation with children and young people. It would be easy to gloss over this part of the story, but it is important to allow children to explore the depths as well as the highs of Easter. Here are some crafts, which will help children to explore the events and emotions of this day in a visual, hands-on way. As usual, each craft allows time and space for discussion and freedom of creativity.

NAIL AND STRING ARTYou will need: wooden blocks; nails; hammers; string or woolThis craft relates to the nailing of Jesus to the cross and the sounds and...

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