Catholic Saints Tags

Preview: Make teaching the Catholic saints for kids more fun with these adorable Catholic Saint Reward Tags! These printable tags make learning the basics about 78 of our favorite saints more exciting. They create an awesome reference tool, too!
Make teaching the Catholic saints for kids more fun with these adorable Catholic Saint Reward Tags! These printable tags make learning the basics about 78 of our favorite saints more exciting. They create an awesome reference tool, too!

I love using reward tags in my Catholic after school program classroom. The students get so excited to earn new tags each time we meet. I couldn't wait to make them some Catholic Saints Tags to match some of the activities we do in class with our heroes, the saints.
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How to Use Catholic Saint Tags

If you aren't sure exactly what a reward tag is, check out What on Earth is a Reward Tag for more details on this behavior management technique. Basically, it is designed to reinforce positive behavior. I also shared about how I use them in Ditching my Treasure Box for Reward Tags.

In a Catholic classroom, or more specifically an afterschool type Catechism program, I wanted the reward tags to not just be about positive behaviors, but also other parts of the Catholic faith that we've learned about recently.

There are several different ways that you can use these Catholic Saint Tags. I personally teach about one saint each class period. We color the saint in our Catholic Saint Coloring Books and then we tour the church to look for a picture/painting/sculpture of that saint. When we get back to class, I hand out a new tag.

Here are some other ideas:

➨If a child demonstrates one of the virtues associated with a certain saint, they could be rewarded with a tag of that saint.  

➨If your class does a saint of the day or week, they could earn a tag after you've learned about him/her

➨If your students do a report about different saints, they can earn a tag after they learn about a new saint

➨During All Saints Day celebrations they can earn tags for completing activities related to specific saints

➨You can celebrate a saint on their feast day and hand out tags

➨If you are learning about different virtues, you can pass out tags of saints who exemplified that virtue

How would you use Catholic Saint Tags in your classroom?


How to Prep Catholic Saint Tags

I've included these tags in color and black and white. I usually print the colored version on white cardstock. If I'm using the black and white set, I print on colored cardstock to give it a pop of color. Then I laminate, cut apart with a paper cutter and hole punch each tag.  

I have my students collect their tags on a necklace. We use a ball and chain necklace. You could also use a ball and chain keychain or even a book ring to collect the tags. 

To store the tags, I use an embroidery floss container. Because I teach in the afterschool program at our church, I do not have my own classroom so I needed a portable option that I can easily carry back and forth.

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 What is included in the Catholic Saint Tags


Included in my Catholic Saint Tags, are 78 different saints. Each tag comes in color and in black and white. The tags are about 1 1/2" x 2" and fit perfectly into the compartments of the embroidery floss container. On the tag is the feast day, what they are patron of and what virtue they are associated with.

Here are the included saints:

  • St. Agnes of Rome
  • St. Albert the Great
  • St. Aloysius Gonzaga
  • St. Alphonsus
  • St. Ambrose
  • St. Andrew
  • St. Anne
  • St. Anthony of Padua
  • St. Augustine of Canterbury
  • St. Barbara
  • St. Basil
  • St. Benedict
  • St. Benjamin
  • St. Bernadette
  • St. Brigid of Ireland
  • St. Catherine Laboure
  • St. Catherine of Siena
  • St. Cecilia
  • St. Clare
  • St. Damien
  • St. Dominic
  • St. Dominic Savio
  • St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
  • St. Elizabeth of Hungary
  • St. Faustina Kowalska
  • St. Frances Cabrini
  • St. Francis De Sales
  • St. Francis of Assisi
  • St. Francis Xavier
  • St. Gemma Galgani
  • St. Genevieve
  • St. Gerard
  • St. Ignatius of Loyola
  • St. James
  • St. Jerome
  • St. Joan of Arc
  • St. John Bosco
  • St. John Neumann
  • St. John the Apostle
  • St. John the Baptist
  • St. Joseph
  • St. Juan Diego
  • St. Kateri Tekakwitha
  • St. Lucy
  • St. Luke
  • St. Margaret of Scotland
  • St. Maria Goretti
  • St. Mark the Evangelist
  • St. Martin De Porres
  • St. Mary
  • St. Mary Magdalene
  • St. Matthew
  • St. Maximilian Kolbe
  • St. Monica
  • St. Nicholas
  • St. Patrick
  • St. Paul
  • St. Peter
  • St. Peter Claver
  • St. Philip Neri
  • St. Philomena
  • St. Pope John Paul II
  • St. Rita
  • St. Robert Bellarmine
  • St. Rose of Lima
  • St. Scholastica
  • St. Sebastian
  • St. Stephen
  • St. Teresa of Avila
  • St. Teresa of Calcutta
  • St. Therese of Lisieux
  • St. Thomas Aquinas
  • St. Thomas More
  • St. Thomas the Apostle
  • St. Valentine
  • St. Veronica
  • St. Vincent de Paul
  • St. Wilfrid

I know what you are thinking....but my favorite saint/school patron/class patron/personal hero/fan favorite isn't on this list. Can you add it? Unfortunately, with all of my Catholic saint products I am at the mercy of the clip artist who drew all of the saints. She is no longer creating saint clipart so I've purchased everything she's made, but can't create any more without compromising the consistency of the product and images.

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