Using a project found on the Catholic Icing blog , the students learned about the Last Supper, the Passover meal that Jesus and His Disciples ate before Jesus went to the Garden of Gethsemane to pray. We referred to the painting by Leonardo da Vinci and noted that the men were in groups of three to represent the Holy Trinity. They learned the names of the men, recognized that they could imagine what the men were thinking by their arm gestures, and recognize some of the desciples by what was in their hands.
I hope that this child-friendly version of The Last Supper takes 'pride of place' on your Easter Sunday table
and that Jesus, Our Risen Lord and Saviour, takes His place within your heart!