To help your students understand how the sacraments are woven into the fabric of their lives, you can set up a timeline showing the purpose of each sacrament. This is a great activity if you have a large space to work with. Set up seven stations around the edge of your teaching space. At each station, place a sign with the name of the sacrament and a few images of the sacrament taking place, plus the materials used during the sacrament -- such as a picture of vestments for holy orders or rings for matrimony.
Arrange these stations in the order they may come up in your students' lives: Begin with baptism and end with anointing of the sick. During your class, lead your students around the stations, and explain what each sacrament's purpose is and how it relates to them growing older and closer to God.