The Last Supper Craft

 

A Craft To Remember What Jesus Did For Us

This craft is based on Luke 22:19-20 when Jesus meets with His disciples for one last dinner – also known as “The Last Supper”. This is when Jesus introduces the bread and the cup as symbols of His body and blood which will be broken and shed for them (and for us) when Jesus dies a few days later.

The craft is a 3D paper table with pop-up bread and wine. This is a simple and fun craft that lets your little makers experience the last supper with Jesus and His disciples. We hope that it helps them to explore the symbolism of the bread and the cup that Jesus gives to us.

We encourage you to use this craft to talk to your little makers about communion. The bread and the cup can be difficult symbols for little makers to understand but don't be discouraged! They're smarter than you think.

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HERE'S HOW WE DO IT:

Download + Print:

Just fill out your name + email and hit "GET THE CRAFT" below to download your freebie. Print the color version or the outlined one, up to you.

Cut + Paste:

Cut along all dotted lines and fold along solids. You can tape the opening to the box closed if you want. Then cut out the bread and cup and stand them up on the table, over the scripture.

Learn + Transform:

Jesus left us these symbols so that we can remember Him, whenever we meet to break bread and drink together. Use this craft to encourage your little makers to learn more about the symbolism of the bread and the cup.

 
 

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