Teach kids about the Last Supper with this printable placemat and coloring page. Whether you’re studying the death and resurrection of Jesus or teaching about communion, print out this placemat for your younger kids to learn about what breaking bread is really about.
If you’re looking for non-bunny related Easter printables, this Last Supper placemat is a great way to celebrate and remember the true meaning behind this holiday season.
Kids can color their placemats and then use them to put their bread and cups of water on while you discuss the last supper and all that it represents.
This printable also includes a coloring page that you can use separately or print on the back of the placemats. This printable is great for children’s church, your Easter dinner table, or for a unit study to discuss the Last Supper.
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