Printable Lenten Calendar


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Note: This Lenten Calendar for Kids is a digital product. You will receive a PDF file to download and print. No physical product will be shipped to you.

This listing is for a printable Lenten Calendar for Kids. It includes a color version, black and white version, and a version without words so you can use it in any language that you wish. That way, you can choose which to use to make this project work best for you!

How the printable Lenten calendar for kids works: there is one square for each day of Lent, starting on Ash Wednesday. The days of Lent are labeled on the squares, and it goes all the way through Holy Week to Easter!

If you are using the black and white version, kids can color in one square each day during Lent. This is a great way for kids to follow along as the Lenten season goes by and we approach Easter.

This pack now includes a special page that is specific to the year 2022! This way days like St. Patrick’s Day, Chair of St. Peter, The Annunciation, and St. Joseph’s feast day can be incorporated into the calendar.

The Byzantine Catholic version for the year 2022 is now also included in this same pack 🙂

Purchasing Options

There is an option for one family or one classroom. The classroom option covers 25 children. If you need to use this with multiple classrooms or in a group, please purchase one copy for every 25 children. If you purchase this for your family, you should not share it with other families.

There is an option for a whole school or whole parish. If you purchase this option, you may only use it within one single school or parish/religious education program.

Note: If you have a smaller parish or school, you may purchase multiple copies of the one family/single classroom version for every 25 children instead of the whole school/whole parish option. For example: if your religious education program has 100 children that you want to use a project with, you can purchase four copies of the family/single classroom option instead of a whole school/whole parish option.