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Tiny Saints® Summer Challenge (FREE PRINTABLES)

Tiny Saints® Summer Challenge (FREE PRINTABLES)

There’s a big, beautiful world out there to explore and no one knows that better than the saints who celebrated it. So, we’re inviting kids everywhere to conquer the Tiny Saints® Summer Challenge!

Complete all three tasks below before August 1st and any adult can award your Summer Challenge certificate! Be sure to email photos and artwork to hello@tinysaints.com so we can feature your work on our Tiny Saints® Summer Challenge Facebook album!

Before you begin your tasks, take a few minutes to complete the coloring pages and learn about the saints. Then, say a little prayer asking for their guidance and friendship this summer! Let’s get started:

Task #1
Saint Abigail walked the countryside in search of the place God wanted her to be. She traveled through forests, mountains and valleys. Now it’s your turn! Head out on a walk through nature. Explore the big and small places you’ve never been before. Maybe even sit down to snack and say a little prayer. During your adventure, take photos to share with family and friends.

Task #2
Saint Francis of Assisi loved animals. He even called them his “brothers” and “sisters.” For this challenge, you have two options! You can (a) create a small attraction for local wildlife - like a birdhouse or flower patch - or (b) call the nearest animal shelter and bring them donated goods. Have fun!

Task #3
Saint Kateri lived her whole life in the wilderness. Her tribe survived on the fruits, vegetables, meats and herbs God provided. Food was a huge part of their family and community life. It brought everyone together! Next time your family goes to the supermarket or farmer’s market, tag along and prepare a special meal or snack with the ingredients St. Kateri’s family would have used. Examples include corn, beans, turkey, salmon, bread, blueberries and strawberries! 

Have fun!






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