The Archdiocese of Toronto - RCIC

This is a simple and local resource for information for the sacraments of initiation prepared in our schools (including outlines for the school's role in Sacramental Preparation). There is general sacramental information (including history and CCC links) from the Archdiocese of Toronto. As well, information is available for children wishing to join the RCIC program who have not been baptized Catholic.--Paulette Hill

Global Catholic Network

This site contains Pope John Paul’s main point on the sacraments during his visit to England in 1982. He describes all the sacraments in many ways to cater to all ages. He not only describes the sacraments but he also explains to us what the sacraments call for us to do. He gives explanations to children in ways that they can understand.--Francee Espee

Holy Spirit Interactive
This is a great site for students who are learning about the seven sacraments because it explains each in language that is easily understood. Each sacrament has a brief history, a description of the meaning and symbols, and a link straight to the appropriate section in The Catechism of the Catholic Church. Apart from the sacraments, the website also has a kid’s zone where students can explore bible stories, complete religious crossword puzzles, print off colouring pages, read about the saint of the day, and much more. --Lidia Guadagnolo
This website provides a simple explanation of each of the seven sacraments. It also provides a glossary. This website is useful for intermediate students and Secondary school students as well as, teachers teaching the seven sacraments. -- Rita Angelucci
Sacrament of Eucharist or Communion
Catholics believe the Eucharist or Communion, is both a sacrafice and a meal. We believe in the real presence of Jesus, who died for our sins. As we receive Christ's Body and Blood, we also are nourished spiritually and brought closer to God. This website is also a great link to many articles on Communion. The articles approach Communion from varoius views and educators can download the appropriate article for their purpose.-Tye Wong
Sacrament of Reconciliation
The Catholic Sacrament of Reconciliation (also known as the Sacrament of Penance, or Penance and Reconciliation) has three elements: conversion, confession and celebration. In it we find God's unconditional forgiveness, and as a result we are called to forgive others. This website is a great link to many articles that deal with the various aspects of Reconciliation. Educators can download the appropriate article for their purpose. - Tye Wong
Sacraments: Catholic-Pages Com
Catholic Pages Directory provides a section of church documents, an extensive list of articles, multimedia, and resources for each sacrament. It also provides links to Catholic Life, Prayer, Controversies within the Catholic Church, Scripture, the Saints and other aspects of the Catholic faith.
The 7 Catholic Sacraments
Selections from the Catechism of the Catholic Church. A text only  resource for teacher background.-- Anthony Pasquini
Seven Sacraments of the Catholic Church
England's Catholic Diocese of Hexham and Newcastle offers a primer on the doctrine of the sacraments, touching upon each one and their purposes. A text only  resource for teacher background.-- Anthony Pasquini
A Truly Special First Communion
What an insightful look at the sacrament of Holy Communion through the eyes of a teacher of a SPECIAL NEEDS CHILD. It gives hope to anyone who lives or works with special needs children, that they may also experience their Catholic faith. This site is recommended to all teachers, as they may one day be fortunate enough to work with a special needs child. This site is reccomended to parents of special needs children and especially to Teacher's Aids. -- Didi Cammalleri
The Theology Library: Sacraments
Links to resources about Sacraments in general and all seven sacraments
Resources for Catholic Educators
Links to sites about the Sacraments