Craft: The prodigal son

The story of the prodigal son is a fantastic parable to explore creatively with children and young people. There are so many threads and themes that can be drawn out of the story: family, rebelliousness, separation, forgiveness, new life, celebration, love and jealousy. These crafts will give a helping hand in exploring some of these themes and should give plenty of space for discussion.

To download the PDF, click here.LOOSE PARTS STORY PICTURESYou will need: buttons; matchsticks; feathers; pompoms; glass pebbles; stones; feathers; pipe...

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