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Mass Review File Folder Game is based on the traditional Reversi board game of strategy for 2 players enjoyed all over the world. Game play typically takes place on an 8 x 8 grid game board. At the start, each player commands 2 pieces each, one player controlling white pieces and the other controlling black. As the game progresses, the 8 x 8 grid game board gradually fills up with additional playing pieces. It is not unusual for all 64 squares on the game board to be occupied by the end of the game.
Mass Review File Folder Game: For 2 Players or 2 Teams
* The idea is to answer questions about Mass so you can trap one or more opponents’ pieces between two of your pieces. Those opponents’ pieces then change color to become your pieces.
* The game ends when both you and your opponent cannot play another piece, or if every square on the board is filled, the game is over. You count up the number of black pieces and the number of white pieces and the winner is the one with the most pieces.
*This game is in accordance with the new Roman Missal that was implemented on November 27, 2011.
Directions- Print out Directions and put inside file folder for safe keeping.
Game Board- Print out Game Board, trim, and glue on the inside of the file folder. Laminate or cover with clear contact paper to make it last.
Game Cards- (Use these cards or make your own.) Print Game Cards out on card stock. Cut out Game Cards. Laminate or cover with clear contact paper to make them last. Use only the cards that reflect your student’s abilities.
Game Pieces- (Use these Game Pieces or make your own.) Print out Game Pieces on very thick card stock. Cut out. Game Pieces will automatically be black on one side and white on the other.
*You can also use a large circle hole puncher and make your own game pieces using card stock, craft foam, etc.
What is your favorite religious craft you make for Holy Communion?
Introduce craft: How can we remember the reason we celebrate Holy Communion?
Jesus in the Holy Eucharist Craft
*This is an adaptation of catholiccollector.blogspot.com craft. This blog and craft have been removed.
1. Print out host template. Cut out and fold host so that it opens like a door with the picture of Jesus inside.
2. Print out template of chalice. Cut out template. Fold a yellow piece of construction paper in half and put the flat side of the chalice template on the folded edge. Trace around template and cut out. When you open it you will have a complete chalice. Be sure to draw in the top part of the chalice.
3. Glue chalice to your background paper and let your child decorate it with crayons, markers, glitter, plastic jewels, sequins, etc.
4. Glue host above the chalice making sure the door opens the correct way. You can also draw a cross on the outside of the host.
What is your favorite religious craft you make for The Last Supper?
Here is a craft I make with my students using a plastic wine glass:
Introduce craft: During the Last Supper, Jesus said this to his disciples, “Take this, all of you, and drink from it, for this is the chalice of my blood.” What do we drink the Blood of Christ out of? (A chalice.)
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