I can’t believe how quickly this year has gone! Since the Christmas season is nearly upon us, I have created this cute Nativity Pack for your kids to enjoy.
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With over 70 pages, this Nativity Pack is aimed for children ages 3-8, though many older children will be able to complete some of the Verse Pages.
Included in this pack are some coloring pages. I have included a couple of pages of small cards that could be printable out on white cardstock, coloured in by your children. After writing your message on the back, punch a hole in the top left hand corner and attached to your gifts with some ribbon.
The 3 Part Cards can be used in many ways. For repeated use, I recommend you laminate them.
- Print out two copies to play the memory game or snap
- Use as vocabulary cards
- Match the smaller cards to the larger cards
- Match the words to the cards without words
- Give your child the cards without words and ask them to write what the picture is
Some fun size sequencing cards and 3 part puzzles for the little ones. I like to print these out on white cardstock and laminate for repeated use. These would also go well in busy bags to keep your kids entertained while at appointments.
These writing pages allow your child to think about what Christmas and the story of the birth of Jesus means to them. I like to read the story of the birth of Jesus from the Bible and ask our boys to write what they just read means to them.
After printing out on cardstock and laminating, the number cards can be used for learning to count, skip counting and even adding/subtracting numbers (multiplication and division for the older children). For example; If you place the cards for the sum out and ask your child to find the card with the correct answer on it and place it next to the cards you have laid out.
The alphabet cards can also be cut in half (there is a faint grey dotted line down the middle) so they can be used as matching cards; eg. match the capital letter to the small letter. For those still learning the alphabet, they could arrange them in alphabetical order or for the older kids, they could use them to practice spelling words by placing the cards in the correct order to make words.
I have also included some sentence strips and writing pages for learning the verse: Luke 2:11
“For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord.” Luke 2:11 (KJV)
These pages do come in two versions: King James Version and the English Standard Version.
‘His name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace’ Isaiah 9:6 (ESV)
I also think Isaiah 9:6 is a great verse to learn at this time of the year, so I have included the same sentence strips and writing pages for this verse too. Again, in both the King James and English Standard Versions.
I sincerely hope you enjoy this pack and have a wonderful and safe Christmas season!
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This Post Has 9 Comments
Johanna24 Nov 2015
Hi STACEY!! I love this so much! Can I ask you where you got your artwork, it is adorable! I would love to see if I can use them for a craft with my kiddos, but they would need to be less than 2×2 inches 🙂
Thanks so much!!!
Stacey25 Nov 2015
Hi Johanna, I’m glad you enjoyed this printable pack. I purchased the clipart from Melonheadz on TPT. The link to the colour pack (you can purchase the black and white separately) is: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/2012-Nativity-by-Melonheadz-425011
You could also change the size if you need to, to make them the size that you need them.
Dorothy Boucher1 Dec 2015
This is so wonderful, shared every where I can loll 🙂 love this
Tauna1 Dec 2015
Thank you Dorothy! 🙂
Denise1 Dec 2015
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!! Yes, that is all supposed to be in caps I love it that much.
Thank you so very much!
Stacey1 Dec 2015
Thanks so much Denise!
Lina15 Dec 2016
So, on the peoples faces there are two little dots…are they nostrils or eyes (my little brother wants to know)
Kerry Kennedy28 Nov 2017
Hello, thanks so much for offering this free resource! I have signed up for the download twice, but it has not arrived in my inbox. Any ideas why not?
Tauna Meyer28 Nov 2017
Hi! Be sure to check spam or promotions! If it’s still not arriving you can email me at tauna (at) proverbialhomemaker.com. Adding me to your contacts list will ensure future download emails make it to your inbox!