Christmas Story Bracelet and Poem by Adventures in Mommydom
My daughter loves to make jewelry, and the Christmas Story Bracelet is a great way to help her remember the story and be able to tell why it is important.
Make Your Own Felt Nativity Story with this FREE Felt Nativity Template
Read how to make your own felt nativity set to use for story retelling and comprehension. Be sure to get the free felt nativity pattern!
Montessori-Inspired Nativity Activities
During the Christmas season, many of my family's activities were related to the Nativity. We even read the story of the Nativity before opening presents (and still do). In my 'Homeschool Christmas' post, I tell more about our family's traditions. Today, I want to share some Montessori-inspired Nativity activities. I've often focused on the Montessori-based religious education activities of Catechesis of the Good Shepherd and Godly Play. Today, I'll share a post of Godly Play Advent…
DIY: Make your own nativity set
A while ago I had this idea. As a kid I was really intrigued by nativity sets. Because of that I often made my own set. I thought it would ...
Gingerbread Craft - Make a Gingerbread Nativity with Candy Characters this Christmas
Make this fun gingerbread nativity craft this Christmas with your Sunday School, Troop or other Group. A fun nativity craft to celebrate the true meaning of Christmas.
Silhouette Nativity Painting
We've been reading a lot of stories about Christ's birth so last week I decided to have the boys paint a little manager scene. Since neither are super skilled at detail paint work yet, I decided to have them try resist painting. I cut out the silhouettes and helped with the tape but they did all the rest. materials we used: paper, manager silhouettes (via these template), glitter, painters tape, sponges, tempra paint. 1) tape circles on the back of the silhouettes 2) press silhouettes down…
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Does anybody else out there have a soft spot for baby Jesus crafts? This is one we put together after breakfast the other morning. Here's a little visual step-by-step. The popsicle sticks (a.k.a. mangers) were painted brown the day before so they could dry. Jack just needed a little guidance with where to put the glue. (Btw, I'll be hunting down more popsicle stick crafts after buying a box of 1,000 to use for this craft. Please send some ideas my way if you know of any that are age…