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NEW K-5 REVEALED Student Activity Books

NOW IN STOCK!! The NEW Kindergarten through Grade 5 REVEALED Student Activity Books are the student’s own perforated workbook! They contain all of the worksheets in full color, including beautiful images for some of the pro-life, pro-marriage & pro-family activities, that accompany teaching all 9 lessons in the REVEALED Kindergarten through Grade 5 Teacher’s Guides with storybooks.  The Student Activity Book also contains PARENT COMMUNICATIONS in English & Spanish introducing & explaining themes of Theology of the Body that their son or daughter will be learning.  One needed per student per grade level each year. 

Must be purchasing or have purchased REVEALED K-5 Curriculum kits in the past to utilize these student activity books.


We understand that most Catholic educators and parents lack clear and simple language to help guide children in their God-given identity. The REVEALED foundational K-5 curriculum aims to provide answers. Throughout the materials you’ll explore Theology of the Body themes, such as how we are made in God’s image, what it means to be male and female, and how our worldview will influence the way that we treat others. Easy to use and teacher approved, these individual K-5 Student Activity Books support students as they deepen their understanding of God. They are bursting with color and contain all the worksheets and activities that are contained in the REVEALED K-5 Teacher’s Guides. One consumable student activity book per grade level student per year is needed.

What’s Included

K-5 Student Activity Books

One full-color, engaging REVEALED K-5 Student Activity Book is needed for each student per grade level per year from Kindergarten through Fifth Grade. These consumable, perforated workbooks are the necessary student component for each grade level of the REVEALED Kindergarten through Fifth Grade Teacher’s Guides.

REVEALED K-5 TOB Curriculum Student Activity Books

  • Just the right-sized, light weight, soft cover workbook for students
  • Highlighting the dignity of the human person with beautiful full-color images
  • Colorful, interactive worksheets and activities for experiential learning
  • Parent communications in English and Spanish to continue the learning at home
  • Church-approved Imprimatur: adheres to the teachings of the Catholic faith
  • Includes classical art sketches to help inspire awe and wonder
  • Aligns with the 9 Lessons in REVEALED K-5 Teacher’s Guides
  • Saves time! No more copying or downloading & printing in greyscale for teacher

More Info

Theology of the Body and Family Life themes are age-appropriate for young learners encouraging a beautiful, biblical perspective with which to view themselves, their peers, family, and the world around them. Each of the 9 stand-alone lessons may be covered within a 45-minute classroom period.

Kindergarten Lesson Themes

Creation is a Gift (Part 1) 

Creation is a Gift (Part 2) 

Original Solitude (Part 1) 

Original Solitude (Part 2) 

Dignity of Work 

My Body Is a Gift from God 

I Am a Son or Daughter of God 

Order, Design, and Meaning 

God’s Family

First Grade Lesson Themes

Creation is a Gift (Part 1) 

Creation is a Gift (Part 2) 

Purity of Heart/Virtue 

Vocation (Part 1) 

Vocation (Part 2) 

Body-Soul Unity 

My Body is a Gift 

My Family is a Gift of God 

Marriage is a Gift of God

Second Grade Lesson Themes

Gift-of-Self (Part 1) 

Gift-of-Self (Part 2) 

Original Unity (Part 1) 

Original Unity (Part 2) 

The Body Reveals the Person 

Marriage is a Gift from God 

The Dignity of the Human Person 

My Family is a Gift from God 

The Body is a Temple of the Holy Spirit

Third Grade Lesson Themes   

Gift-of-Self (Part 1) 

The Body Reveals the Person 

Sin Distorts the Gift 

Families Are a Gift 

Body-Soul Unity 

Gift-of-Self (Part 2) 

Original Solitude (Part 1): In the Beginning 

Original Solitude (Part 2): Where We Are Now 

Original Solitude (Part 3): Our Destiny 

Fourth Grade Lesson Themes

Body-Soul Unity 


Dignity of the Human Person 

Authentic Love 

Marriage is a Gift of God 

The Priesthood Original 

Unity (Part 1): In the Beginning 

Original Unity (Part 2): Where We Are Now 

Original Unity (Part 3): Our Destiny

Fifth Grade Lesson Themes   

Creation is a Gift 


The Dignity of the Human Person 


The Cardinal Virtues 


Original Nakedness (Part 1): In the Beginning 

Original Nakedness (Part 2): Where We Are Now 

Original Nakedness (Part 3): Our Destiny

Grades K-2 

The K-2 curriculum is an invitation to the joy of being created in God’s image and likeness. The truths of Theology of the Body will foster a child’s lifelong dialogue with God. These lower grades use beautifully illustrated children’s literature to pique discovery, and explore their unique role in God’s plan for humanity. Easy to use, and developed in a language children can understand, this curriculum requires no prior knowledge of Theology of the Body.  

Grades 3-5 

Grades 3 through 5 together offer an introduction to the three “original experiences” Original Solitude, Original Unity, Original Nakedness (a pure gaze viewing one another in full dignity as body-soul composites) that Adam and Eve and all of us encounter as human persons. Children are encouraged to put these truths into their hearts and begin to grow a life of holiness through action. The children discover their current place in history, the importance of the past, and aim for the future, eternal life in heaven, God intends for each of us.

Can I purchase each grade level separately? 

Yes, every grade level student activity book is available on its own for purchase.  

Are these Student Activity Books heavy?

No, not at all. The cover is made of a very soft, flexible material and the workbooks range anywhere from 64-92 perforated pages. Each workbook ranges from 8-12 ounces. The workbooks are a standard 8.5″ x 11″ size.

Why does the cover have an image of storybook(s)?

Those storybooks are the literature that will be read a few times to the children. It’s nice for them to recognize these classical storybooks from which themes of Theology of the Body are illustrated. We encourage parents at home to check out these books from their local library or purchase them for the home.

Do I need the Teacher’s Guide for the Student Activity Book?

Yes. The Student Activity Book is not a stand-alone resource, but accompanies and is structured by the 9 lessons contained in each non-consumable REVEALED K-5 Teacher’s Guides which are included in each grade level’s curriculum kit.

Can I purchase the Teacher’s Guides separately because we already own the storybooks?

No. Due to our use of carefully chosen storybooks and characters that are intricately woven into understanding some of the TOB themes, plus the publishers graciously allowing this arrangement, we only sell these as a curriculum kit set together—storybook(s) plus Teacher’s Guide. Some schools or parishes take this opportunity with the extra literature books to arrange a “take home bag” with the provided parent letter and story overview to more involve the family in learning and reinforcing this foundational Christian anthropology. Homeschooling families who already have these storybooks often give the extra set as gifts or donate them to a charity in need.

What is Theology of the Body? 

Theology of the Body (or TOB) is the basis of our religion curriculum and coursework. But we know that most Catholics don’t have a firm understanding of Theology of the Body yet. That’s why we want to guide you through it. TOB is St. John Paul II’s powerful glimpse of the human person – expressed in 129 separate audiences – revealing the beauty of God’s design for us.  TOB helps us to understand how we were created, our identity in Christ, and our giftings, so that we may see ourselves and others the way God intended. 


  • “This beautiful curriculum made my heart sing. I felt I was experiencing wonder and discovery right along with my daughter as we connected the lesson to the “kalos,” the experience of beauty and culture. [Your curriculum] has a genius for connecting truth to beauty in a way that makes catechesis speak to the heart.”

    Homeschooling Parent
  • “This material is very well thought out and vital for our students’ lives. I love revealing to my students the beauty and complexity that is our faith.” 

    4th Grade Teacher
  • “Thank you for creating materials that are literature based! Students love story time and are easily immersed in wonderful literature. I believe that this approach helps them to remember the concepts and to apply them much more effectively than a simple, traditional textbook would. I have been teaching religion for over 15 years, and this is by far the very best approach I have ever used. This approach coupled with JPII’s beautiful message has ignited a whole new passion in my teaching. What a blessing! I only wish I would have discovered it earlier!”

    2nd Grade Teacher
  • “Many students in our circle of influence are struggling with identity — who they are — what is their purpose. If we can start with this language early with these kids — how much angst and heartache can we save them? It will also bring us as teachers back to the core of who we are — it’s easy for us to forget too sometimes. If you have ever felt any kind of ache or longing in your heart — this curriculum will help you to internalize God’s ultimate plan for you…”

    4th Grade Teacher
  • “With the purchase of the On a Mission to Love [Rosary] books, we have incorporated a school wide praying of the
    rosary each and every Tuesday… We also purchased the Theology of the Body textbooks for our
    religion teachers to use during instruction. Fully integrating the TOB curriculum into our school was a goal
    drafted in our 2016-2021 strategic plan, and we feel we have successfully planted the seed with our
    students that they are in fact unique, created in the image and likeness of God, and for a special purpose.”

    Grades K-8 Principal
    St. James School
  • “TOB impacted my classroom in so many amazing ways! My students absolutely loved learning TOB each week. They often would relate what was taught in TOB to what we were working on … ‘Mrs. Geckle [designated K-5 TOB teacher] taught us that 2 weeks ago!’ They learned about different saints and how they could relate to them. They read impactful stories and did meaningful activities that made our classroom feel more like a family. The students understood from TOB how to treat others who are different and how to lift people up in life! I believe that TOB is extremely beneficial to my students to help them grow into kind and faithful people.”

    Grade 3 Teacher
    St. Ignatius of Loyola School
  • “Throughout the year the children were able to easily express how God made them uniquely
    unrepeatable. We had a family journal entry for Mother’s Day and a prompt they had to finish was about what God said when his/her mom was born and many children said that God looked at their mothers and said they were unrepeatable. The boys also became aware that little acts of chivalry are easy to perform. They would suggest that the girls go first or would step back to let me go in front of them.”

    2nd Grade Teacher
    St. Ignatius School of Loyola
  • “My classroom culture has changed [by teaching TOB] because I see God’s love in my students everyday. They respect their classmates and show God’s love to each other through their actions. The vocabulary is helping communicate their feelings. I love TOB!”

    1st Grade Teacher
    St. Ignatius School of Loyola
  • A new student to the school whispered to her teacher,
    “Thank you for teaching TOB. I have learned to love myself.”

    Grade 5 Student
    St. Ignatius of Loyola School
  • Q: What do you think is the most important thing you have learned in TOB?
    “How to be a gift from God and how to get to heaven. I love TOB!”

    Grade 3 Student
    St Ignatius of Loyola

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