Would you believe it? It’s the 5th of December, and our Christmas Tree is still in storage… a fact that our kids don’t let us forget easily! It may be the proximity to the end of the year, the fun parties and gatherings at this time of year, the usual mayhem that life with kids brings, but I honestly feel like time passes super quickly in December.
So while I run around like a mad, headless chook, I am so excited to share these 10 wonderful Christmas Nativity Activities for Kids. There are so many great ways to playfully remember the wonderful gift of rescue, through Jesus.
Happy playing, because #playmatters.
Christmas Nativity Activities for Kids
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- DIY Little Town of Bethlehem via Lessons Learnt Journal
- Easy Paper Plate Homemade Angel Wings via Lessons Learnt Journal
- Mini Paper Angels via The Craft Train
- Nativity Story Stones via My Little Bookcase
- Toilet Roll Nativity Set via Happy Hooligans
- Simple Nativity Song via Lets Play Kids Music
- Make Your Own Nativity Scene via An Idea on Tuesday
- 3 Kings via Red Ted Art
- The Christmas Adventure Box via Being Confident of This
- Matchbox Manger Craft via The Craft Train
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Some of these ideas are from our Kids’ Co-Op. If you have a child focused post to share, be sure to come back and visit the Kids’ Co-Op link up here at Lessons Learnt Journal, (published and live here every Wednesday at 10PM CST or Thursday 3PM AEST).
More Activities for Preschoolers
Three to Five: Playful Preschool is stuffed to the brim with tried, tested and loved playful learning ideas for preschoolers. There are 25+ ideas for preschoolers, ten printable resources and additional links to over 50 more activities. A great resource for parents. Download your copy here.
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