Forty days after Easter Sunday we celebrate the Feast of the Ascension of Our Lord Jesus Christ. Jesus’s ascension into heaven is recounted in Mark 16:19-20, Luke 24:50-53, and Acts 1:6-12. There are a number of Ascension activities that you can do in your classrooms or at home with your children from various websites below. Get ready because Ascension Thursday will be here before you know it!
Ascension Worksheets (The Religion Teacher)
Ascension Thursday Crafts (Ten Kids and a Dog)
Ascension Crafts for Kids (Catholic Icing)
Celebrating the Solemnity of the Ascension (Catholic Icing)
Birth of Jesus to Ascension Cards (The Catholic Toolbox)
Lesson Plan: The Ascension of Our Lord (The Catholic Toolbox)
Celebrate the Feast of the Ascension (for High School students) (Engaging Faith)
Ascension Coloring Page (Bible Printables)
Feast of the Ascension Color Page (Catholic Playground)
Lesson: Apostles Witness Jesus’ Ascension (Ministry to Children)
Ascension Pull Tab Paper Craft (Catholic Playground)
What activities do you plan to use to teach on Ascension Thursday?
Bonus: Show this video in class to explain the meaning and significance of the Ascension of Jesus;