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Fr. Mike Schmitz
I just assigned this activity at the end of the first week of distance learning with my seventh and eighth graders. As with all of Greg’s resources, the activity is well-thought-out, engaging, and creative… The kids did GREAT with this assignment. Actually had a girl say, “This was fun!” How often does an eighth grader say THAT, especially during a distance learning quarantine?? Three thumbs up, Greg! (I borrowed a thumb for the purposes of this review!
– Scott Procko
This is a great resource. Kai & Libby, from Catholic Central, are fun, informative and educational about the Catholic faith. I had used their videos previously but this meant making up my own quizzes and activities. Greg has made this a lot easier! The slides and activities are interactive, engaging, and reflective. They help the students to learn and apply their learning to their lives – what more could you ask for? You get 3 different versions of the slides: one teacher directed; one student directed; and one fully editable which means you can mix up the activities and keep it fresh. An awesome resource for both distance and classroom learning. Highly recommend!
– Tom Aiton
Faith & Music
Thank you, Greg, for such a nicely organized resource and one that can be edited to suit both teacher’s and students’ needs. It can easily be used for distance learning or in-class and used more than once, too. My students enjoyed it and most were surprised how much they liked the different genres of Christian music!
– Susan Mackovjak
Be a Jesus Ninja!
My students loved “Be a Jesus Ninja!” Thank you so much ! I assigned it for the last two weeks of school and their responses brought so much joy to their families and to me ♥️!
– Kathleen Perasso