Teaching Catholic Kids Links

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Kids Sites

Catholic Kids http://www.catholic-kids.com/
  • A small but humble Traditional Catholic web site for kids of all ages and for other Christians who are interested in the Catholic Faith. We concentrate on the traditional Catholic prayers and the Holy Rosary, along with links to our favorite Catholic web sites and fun stuff for kids.
CatholicFamilies.net Kids' Page http://www.catholicfamilies.net/kids/kids_home.cfm
  • Activities, learning, links and fun from CatholicFamilies.net.
Friendly Defenders http://www.friendlydefenders.com
  • Friendly Defenders cards feature 50 full-color cards as well as attractive cartoon characters who teach kids "from ages 8 to 108" how to answer questions about the Catholic faith. An interactive website features games and contests, including a national Catholic essay contest in which Catholic boys and girls can win one of two $500 education scholarships.
My Friend from the Daughters of St. Paul http://www.daughtersofstpaul.com/myfriend/
  • My Friend is committed to walking with you in those beautiful and sometimes tough years of your children's early youth. Besides games and stories, faith and saints for your kids, we wanted to provide accessible information and specific formation for you. In this fast-paced world it may be hard to find the time and the resources to satisfy the spiritual thirst so natural to children. This section is dedicated to making you feel more assured in the religious formation you give your children. Though it is a small beginning, we are constantly adding to this site and hope you come back and visit soon.

Catholic Parenting

CatholicMom.com - Celebrating Catholic Motherhood http://www.catholicmom.com
  • A web site for Catholic parents including daily devotions, prayer line, active message board, sharing stories and ideas and and online book club to promote Catholic authors.

Catholic Catechists

Amazing Catechists!www.amazingcatechists.com
  • AmazingCatechists.com, loyal to the Magisterium of the Catholic Church and dedicated to the Real Presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist, is designed to provide a place for Catholic catechists from all over the world to share teaching tips, insights, experiences, resources, and true inspirational stories from their classrooms, whether they teach in their homes, parishes, or schools.
Catechists Online - Resources for Catholic catechists & teachers http://www.catechistsonline.com
  • The official website of OSV authors Ana Arista and Joseph White, this website offers web links for catechists, resources for working with children with disabilities, and more.

Catholic Homeschooling

Seton Home Study School http://www.setonhome.org/new.htm
  • The Seton web site is designed to support the mission of Seton Home Study School, to help parents with the Catholic education of their children, in all subject areas, in grades kindergarten through high school.
T.O.R.C.H. http://www.catholic-homeschool.com/
  • Traditions of Roman Catholic Homes (TORCH) is an association of lay faithful established to promote homeschooling among Catholic families and to support those families who are engaged in providing their children's primary education at home.
National Association of Catholic Home Educators http://www.nache.org/
The National Association of Catholic Home Educators (NACHE) is a nonprofit organization of homeschooling parents formed with the guidance of Fr. John Hardon, S.J. Our primary goals are: to provide spiritual, doctrinal, and practical information to homeschooling Catholics, those considering homeschooling, and for Catholics forming their children in the Faith. to assist with regional Catholic homeschooling conventions, and to publish a quarterly newsletter, The Catholic Home Educator.

Teaching the Trinity:

http://www.monachos.net/forum/showthread.php?3119-Teaching-the-holy-Trinity-to-children

Catholic Teaching Resources:

http://www.catholicteacherresources.com/

The Critical Thinking Community:
http://www.criticalthinking.org/pages/high-school-teachers/807


Study Guides and Strategies;
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