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FeastDay!On this page…

Game Basics

Game Components

Game Board for Interactive Whiteboard/Tablet Play

Saints – Learn about these Saints!

Holy Days – Where are they on the Game Board?

Feasts – Every day is a Feast Day!

Jesus’ Miracles – Did he really do That?

Game Board Symbols – Can you find them all?

Free Seasonal Teaching Resources


Game Basics

How many people can play?

FeastDay! can be played with one to four players or teams!

How do you play and win?

FeastDay! players begin by placing pawns on Christ the King Sunday. Players take turns rolling the dice, moving and answering a question from the appropriate card stack: Advent, Christmas, Ordinary Time, Lent, Triduum, and Easter. Additionally, FeastDay! Cards should be drawn when players land on the designated FeastDay! spaces. Players retain cards from correctly answered questions. Once the first player rounds the board (or Church Year), the game ends and the player with the most cards wins!


Featday production sample2 copy What comes with the game?

1-18″ X 18″ quad-fold game board (9″ X 9″ folded)

FeastDay! Basic Game Card Pack (80 Cards)

  • 10 – Advent
  • 10 – Christmas
  • 20 – Ordinary Time
  • 10 – Lent
  • 10 – Triduum
  • 10 – Easter
  • 10  – FeastDay! (Facts about Feast Days)

Four Pawns

One Die

One Game Box

Game Instructions (on box bottom)


FeastDay!  Game Board for Interactive Whiteboard/Tablet Play

Game Board


The following information can be learned by playing FeastDay! Use these to quiz yourself or others!

Saints – Learn about these Saints!

  • Our Lady of Guadalupe – appeared to an Indian convert named Juan Diego on December 9, 1531. She left a magnificent portrait of herself on the cape of Juan Diego. This miraculous image has proved to be ageless, and is kept in the shrine built in her honor, the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe. In 1910, Our Lady of Guadalupe was declared Patroness of Latin America. In 1945 Pope Pius XII declared Her to be the Empress of all the Americas. Saint Day is December 12.
  • St. Mary
  • St. Joseph
  • St. Patrick
  • St. Matthew
  • St. Mark
  • St. Luke
  • St. John
  • St. Joan of Arc
  • St. Therese of Liseaux

Holy Days – Where are they on the Game Board?

  • Holy Mary, Mother of God – Christmas Season – January 1
  • The Ascension of the Lord – Easter Season – May 5
  • The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary – Ordinary Time – August 15
  • All Saints – Ordinary Time – November 1
  • The Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary – Advent – December 8
  • Nativity of the Lord – Christmas – December 25

Feasts – Every day is a Feast Day!

  • Our Lady of Guadalupe – appeared to an Indian convert named Juan Diego on December 9, 1531. She left a magnificent portrait of herself on the cape of Juan Diego. This miraculous image has proved to be ageless, and is kept in the shrine built in her honor, the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe. In 1910, Our Lady of Guadalupe was declared Patroness of Latin America. In 1945 Pope Pius XII declared Her to be the Empress of all the Americas. Saint Day is December 12.
  • Pentecost – is the birthday of the Church! The Church was made known to the world through the outpouring of the Holy Spirit. (Acts 2:1-11) It is a celebration, not only of the Holy Spirit, but the closing of Easter in grand style. Pentecost is also reminds us of the basic elements of earth, wind, fire, and water.
  • Holy Family 
  • Holy Trinity Sunday
  • Palm Sunday
  • Corpus Christi Sunday
  • Communion of Saints
  • Assumption
  • St. Matthew
  • St. Mark
  • St. Luke
  • St. John
  • Good Shepherd
  • St. Joseph

Jesus’ Miracles – Did he really do That?

  • Wedding at Cana – Water into Wine
  • Healing of the Blind Man
  • Healing of the Deaf Man

Game Board Symbols – Can you find them all?

Advent

  • Advent Wreath
  • Candles
  • Light
  • Falling Leaves

Christmas

  • Creche
  • Holly
  • Snowflakes
  • Gold
  • Frankincense
  • Myrrh
  • Magi
  • Star

Ordinary Time

  • Water
  • Dove
  • Angel
  • Shamrock

Lent

  • Palm Branches
  • Donkey

Triduum

  • Bread and Wine
  • Crown of Thorns
  • Cross
  • Crucifix

Easter

  • Empty Tomb
  • Easter Lily
  • Blooming Flowers
  • Easter Candle
  • Clouds

Ordinary Time 2

  • Fire
  • Tongues of Fire
  • Trinity – 3 Celtic Rings
  • Physical healing
  • Monstrance
  • Wine
  • Leaves
  • Key
  • Rosary
  • Crucifix
  • Miraculous Medal

Gospel Writer Symbols

  • Winged Human – St. Matthew
  • Winged Lion – St. Mark
  • Winged Ox – St. Luke
  • Winged Eagle – St. John

Parable Symbols

  • Good Shepherd
  • Mustard Seed
  • Fig Tree
  • Light under a Bushel
  • Pearl
  • Weeds among Wheat

Seasonal Teaching Resources – Get the free eBook of Liturgical Season Review  to enrich your FeastDay!  game lessons! 

  • Advent Review
  • Christmas Review
  • Ordinary Time Review
  • Lent Review
  • Triduum Review
  • Easter Review
  • Ordinary Time 2 Review

 

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