Fruits of Prayer, How to Pray (Scripture), Some Questions about Prayer, Who To Ask to Pray for Us
How to Pray from Bible in Pictures
It's the scripture passage about going to pray quietly in your closet. I folded it up as a sort of accordion and glued it into the cover.
Page 4: The Lord's Prayer
Catechism on the Lord's Prayer
Resources for the Lord's Prayer
Sorry the overview is sideways!
Lord's Prayer (right towards bottom), and a couple of simple flap books with catechism questions and answers from the printable.
The cross graphic is from here. I just cut out the middle part and backed it with cardstock.
The Lord's Prayer shutterfold opens up to the Latin version inside.
One of the questions opens to the answer and then another question. I did that by making a 3/4 book. You fold a paper twice, into quarters, and then cut out one of the quarters so you are left with three. That gives you potentially five surfaces to write on.
As always, with notebook pages there are always more areas where further pages could lead to. My idea with these pages has been to work on them with my child and then work with him to make new pages depending on what direction our discussion leads to. The pages I am making now are sort of preliminary ones covering the basics of the Faith.
Next, I am working on an overview page of the entire catechism using St Pius X's Preliminary Lesson. Catholic Catechisms are traditionally divided into three, sometimes four main topics: The Apostles' Creed (what we believe), Ten Commandments (how we live), Seven Sacraments (our life of grace through God), Lord's Prayer (what we are to hope and ask for, prayer in general). So I want to have a page that sums all that up.