Reformation Day is a holiday I want my kids to know all about. It’s a pivotal point in church history that shaped the beliefs and freedoms we have today. So this year, we will be doing some fun printables and hands-on activities to learn more and celebrate this event that happened so many years ago on October 31st.
Intoxicated on Life has several great Reformation Day printables as well as ideas on celebrating this holiday.
Martin Luther Maze
Reformation Day Notebooking Pages from The Notebooking Fairy
Martin Luther Coloring Page
Kids can design their own Coat of Arms with this printable from ArtHouse
When You Rise has a Reformation Day printable with Ephesians 2:8-9 with ideas for using it.
Check out these great Reformation Day printables from The Holiday Zone.
You can use these printables from Teacher Help to create a Reformation Day Lapbook.
Books and Videos:
Martin Luther: A Man Who Changed the World
Works of Martin Luther with Introduction and Notes (Volume 1)
The Barber Who Wanted to Pray
Spy for the Night Riders
Ten Boys Who Made a Difference (Lightkeepers)
The Martin Luther Collection: 15 Classic Works
Martin Luther’s Ninety-Five Theses and Selected Sermons
Here I Stand: A Life of Martin Luther
Thunderstorm in Church
The Church History ABC’s: Augustine and 25 Other Heroes of Faith
John Calvin: After Darkness Light (Trailblazers)
Crafts & Activities
This post from In All You Do, has a great idea for Teaching Toddlers about Martin Luther and the Reformation.
Mustard Seeds has some wonderful costumes and Reformation Day ideas on their site!
I love these fun ideas from The Road to 31 on celebrating Reformation Day.
Meghan Carver has 10 great ideas for celebrating Reformation Day this year.
Check out these costumes and fun games from Living and Learning at Home.
If you need more inspiration, don’t forget to follow my Homeschool Freebies board on Pinterest.