This craft will help visualize the conversion of Paul for your kids.
Make sure you explain both sides of the mask when you tell your kids the story.
- Print the template on card stock. (Template)
- Color both faces.
- Cut out both faces.
- Glue a large popsicle stick to the back of one of the faces.
- Glue the second head to the other side of the first one, the popsicle stick will be between both faces.
- Place a sheet of wax paper over the smiling face.
- Trace the outline of both eyes onto the wax paper.
- Cut out the eyes from the wax paper.
- Finally glue the wax paper eyes onto the eyes of the sad face.
This craft will help your kiddos remember the story of Jesus healing a blind man. On one side of the mask you have a sad face with bandages on his eyes. This side symbolizes the blind man before he was healed. And on the other side you have a happy face with a big smile who has now been healed by the miraculous power of Christ.
- Print and color the templates. (Template)
- Cut out both faces and the bandages. Each child will need two bandages.
- Glue each face onto a piece of construction paper. Both pieces of construction paper should be the same color.
- Cut out the faces again, leaving a small border of construction paper.
- Grab the happy face and place it facing down. Glue on a large popsicle stick for a handle.
- While this is drying glue on the bandages to the eyes of the sad face.
- Finally glue the sad face to the back of the happy face. The popsicle stick will be sandwiched in between both faces.