AC TIVIT Y Read 1 Corinthians 12:1–11 together in The Catholic Children’s Bible (pages 1806–1807). Locate and print the poster resource of the card suits, found at Arrange the young people into three teams, and announce that they will compete in a relay race. Use the masking tape to create a starting line for each team. Ask each team to gather behind its starting line. Then create another line on the opposite side of the room for each team. Explain that a deck of cards will be dealt to each team and that each team member will receive some of the team cards. Tell the young people that the object of the race is for each team to stack all of their cards in the correct order, lowest to highest, on the line at the other side of the room. Deal the Gifts Show the group the poster and hang it where everyone can see it during the relay. Explain that the cards must be stacked in order by the team member with the correct card, starting with the ace of clubs, then the two of clubs, up through the king, and next the ace of diamonds, etc., in number order through all of the cards in all of the suits. Tell the group that the final card in the stacked pile of cards should be the king of hearts. Explain that each team can only play one card at a time. If one person has both the three and four of diamonds, for example, that person must run to the line on the opposite side of the room, place the three, run back to the starting line, then run back to the line on the opposite side of the room and place the four. Two cards cannot be played at once. Instruct the young people to play only the cards they are dealt; no one is allowed to trade or give away cards. Add that, because of the number of people on a team, some team members might have more cards to play than others. 1. 6. 7. 8. 2. 3. 4. 5. 36