Day 2 of the Matthew Lego Challenge! Today is about the birth of Jesus, although we’ll be focusing on a scene other than the manger scene that usually comes to mind.
If you haven’t downloaded the printable yet, you want to do that right away! You can do the challenge on your own (there are 34 days total with copywork and notebooking pages) or you can use it to follow along with us here and share your creations with us on the Proverbial Homemaker Facebook page, Twitter, and Instagram!
For the second day of the challenge, we are looking at Matthew 1:18-25 and the birth of Jesus. For the build challenge, we are making the scene where the angel appears to Joseph in a dream to tell him about Jesus. The copywork for the challenge is Matthew 1:21. The printable includes a drawing and writing page for those who would rather draw the scene.
I love how he made the cut away of the house so we could see the scene. Also, angel wings weren’t easy to come by. 😉 Of course, you can re-create the nativity scene instead.
We are going through 21 (out of 34) of the buils from the Matthew Lego Challenge together, following a FREE kids’ devotion on the YouVersion app (or the desktop version, Bible.com). The devotion is called Walk With Jesus: 21 Days Through Matthew and it is from What’s in the Bible?, one of our favorite family discipleship tools! Don’t forget to enter to win the What’s in the Bible DVD that goes along with the book of Matthew!
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