Discoverers At Home – St David’s Day – 1st March

Discoverers At Home – St David’s Day – 1st March

Whats today about?

Today is all about Saint David. Today is the day we remember him – March 1st. It’s also a time to remember everything Welsh. How many Welsh things can you list?

Saint David was a very important man he did lots of wonderful things. But he was humble he said to “remember the little things.”. St Paul wrote a letter to some Christians he knew in Colossae, the book is called Colossians in it he says “You are the people of God; He loved you and chose you for his own. So then, you must clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness, and patience.” (Colossians 3:12) St David definitely lived up to this and is an example to us all!

Today we are going to hear the story of Saint David, reflect together, pray and have a song.

Story Time

Here is a story of the life of St David a mix of myth and legend!

Questions: Pick one or more to answer!

  • What part of St David’s life stood out to you?
  • Why do you think St David is so important?
  • What can we learn from St David?

Craft – Daffodils

Daffodils are often seen with St David. We can see a lot of daffodils this time of year both growing and in the shops. They are something which is quite common but they are still beautiful and can bring us joy. Saint David learnt to take joy in the little things, sometimes it can be hard to see joy but as we make our daffodils maybe have a think about what little things bring you joy and give thanks to God for them.


  • 1 egg cartoon
  • green drinking flex straws  
  • yellow and orange color
  • glue PVA
  • scissors (ask an adult to help)

How to? Follow this link:



-Play dough, clay or bluetac

What are you thankful for? Maybe it’s about where you live? About Wales? About your friends and family? or maybe its a little thing like St David?

Model it out of play dough or clay give thanks to God you may like to use this prayer:

Creator God we are thankful for all you have made and all the good things you give us. We especially thank you for (insert the name of what you made). Help us to remember the little things just like Saint David. Amen


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