Recently my "toddler" having grown into an older voracious reader asked me for a new liturgy book. So, I sat down and compiled a translation from various sources.* Then, I brought my compilation to church and edited it while DH handled the kids during Sunday liturgy. Now, after much labor, I have decided to share this one with everyone. You can use the template I've created and tweak it with the translation used in your parish and pictures of your church family. This one is very pink for a girly girl, but you can even change the color scheme. I've ordered my copy from Shutterfly, and it should be here before Sunday.** I can't wait to test it out and discover if it can hold the attention of an elementary student through a fair chunk of the service.
* The Divine Liturgy: An Abridged Text for Students by the Department of Religious Education (OCA); The Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostomos; and http://orthodoxpathway.blogspot.com/p/divine-liturgy.html.** The one possible sticking point to your own copy is that it can only be viewed and easily tweaked at shutterfly.com. They do offer frequent discounts and coupons, though. If you have more time, you could probably copy and paste into some other photo-sharing site or format. Finally, if you do use it, I would be very appreciative of any donations for all the work I put in, but please use it even if you can't.