The Day Of Pentecost

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You can find this craft all over the internet. Its very quick and easy to make, but kids love making it. This craft is a good way of illustrating the story of the day of pentecost to your kids. When  they finish making this craft each child will have their very own “tongue as of fire.”

The Day Of Pentacost


  1. Print the template. (Template)
  2. Cut out all the pieces.
  3. Use the flame pieces as templates to trace them onto red, yellow and orange construction paper.
  4. Cut out the flame pieces and glue the pieces together.
  5. Grab the rectangle templates and trace the larger pieces onto the color of your kids choice and the smaller piece onto red construction paper. You will need three of each.
  6. Glue the smaller pieces to the larger pieces. Then glue the assembled parts together creating one long band.
  7. Place the band in front of your child and then glue the flame to the center of the band.
  8. Wrap the band around your kids head. Once you have the desired length use a couple of paper clips or a piece of tape to hold the shape. Then add glue to set it in place.

4 thoughts on “The Day Of Pentecost

    Celebrating Shavuot as a Family | Torah Babies said:
    October 23, 2015 at 6:33 pm

    […] Tongues of Fire Headband […]

    Pentecost for Kids said:
    May 10, 2016 at 5:53 pm

    […] Crafting the Word of God (another website) posted a paper cut out fire shape crown […]

    Pentecost Celebration Ideas said:
    May 7, 2017 at 2:26 pm

    […] Tongues of Fire Headband  […]

    Deep Roots | Our Shavuot / Pentecost Party said:
    June 1, 2017 at 4:57 pm

    […] You might be wondering why in the above photos I’m wearing a leaf wreath on my head. I had seen this idea on Pinterest, as a representation of the firstfruits of the harvest for Shavuot. However, I didn’t have any grain laying around to make a grain wreath, so I used leaves as a symbol 🙂 I’ve been making flower crowns for years now, so it’s just the same concept to make the wreath of leaves. I originally learned how to make them here on Lauren Conrad’s website. I also made a Pentecost hat that I had seen on Pinterest, to represent the tongues of fire coming over the disciples in Acts 2. (Rico is wearing it in the above photo) You can learn how to make the hat here! […]

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