National Day of Prayer: Prayer Activities

Related imageToday (May 2nd) is the National Day of Prayer. Americans across all 50 states will gather in churches, local businesses, the steps of city halls, schools, neighborhoods and public gathering places for a day of public prayer for the United States of America.

This year’s National Day of Prayer theme is “Love One Another.” The theme comes from the words of Jesus in John 13:34, “Love one another. Just as I have loved you.”

Every year on the National Day of Prayer I like to spend intentional focused time teaching my students about praying and practicing the important discipline. 

We take notes in our Bible journals using these interactive notebook foldables:
 






 You can get all of these templates to use with your students by visiting my teacher shop: Prayer Interactive Notebook Foldables 

Here's what teachers are saying about these activities:
"What a great tangible tool for kids to use in prayer!" -Hannah M.
"Our prayer journals got a facelift with these awesome interactive activities!" -A Teacher's Highlight Reel
"This was be such a great reinforcement of all we've been discussing in Bible class. It's fun, creative and thorough. THANKS!!!" -Melissa G.

Teachers Who Pray:
Every Sunday I do a weekly prayer post for teachers to use to pray for the upcoming week in their classroom. Each week includes a prayer prompt and a Bible verse focus. Join me on my Facebook page to see the weekly Teachers Who Pray posts!
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