First listed in Isaiah 11:2-3 and later expounded upon by St. Thomas Aquinas in his Summa Theologica, the seven gifts of the Holy Spirit are Wisdom, Understanding, Counsel (right judgment), Fortitude (courage), Knowledge, Piety, and Fear of the Lord.
To help my young children gain a very elementary understanding of the Person of the Holy Spirit and the gifts that are bestowed on us by Him, we made a Mobile to celebrate the Feast of Pentecost, when these gifts were first granted and the Church as we know it was officially begun.
It’s fairly easy, if you’d like to make your own. Just draw and cut out seven doves on plain, white paper. You can write each of the seven gifts on the doves.
Then, have your little helper or helpers color another sheet of paper (or otherwise decorate) in “flame” colors—we used yellow, orange, and a red-orange. You can also use a paper plate with the ridged edge removed for this purpose. Cut the paper or plate into a spiral.
Then, glue or tape your doves on in such a way that the colors of the spiral and the words on the doves are visible. Hang wherever your family will best be able to admire and meditate on it. We hung ours from the lamp above our dining table.