Christmas Bible Crafts and
Activities For Sunday School

How to Make Christmas Crafts

 

Peg Doll Nativity Set Craft

Peg Doll Nativity Set Craft for Kids with printable patterns from www.daniellesplace.com

What you will need:

Wooden Peg People

One-inch Wood Ball Knobs for the Sheep

Wooden Peg People Shapes1 1/2" Wooden Balls and Caps from Water Bottles

1 1/2" Wood Star Shape or Star Shape Cut from Paper

Prismacolor Premier Colored Pencils(I love these because they have very soft lead and work well on the wood shapes.) You can also use markers but the color may bleed a little.

Brown, White, and Yellow Acrylic Paint

Low Temp Mini Glue Gun or All Purpose Tacky Glue

Silver and Brown Chenille Stems

Yellow Yarn

Shoe Box or Other Box for the Stable

Regular-sized Craft Sticks and Mini Craft Sticks

 

How to Make the Peg People Nativity Set:

The printable patterns for the clothes, animal faces, head dresses, and manger are available to members.

1. Print out the two pattern sheets and color the patterns.

Angels Peg Dolls

Angel Peg Doll Craft from www.daniellesplace.com1. Cut out the angel dresses and wing patterns.

2. Glue the dress patterns to the women-shaped pegs, and then glue the wings to the back of the angel.

3. Use colored pencils or markers to draw in the eyes and hair.

4. Cut short pieces of silver Chenille stems and form them into circles for the halos. Glue them to the angels' heads.

 

Mary and Joseph Peg Dolls

Mary and Joseph Peg Dolls 1. Color the Mary and Joseph outfits and head coverings and cut them out.

2. Glue the Mary outfit on the women-shaped peg and the Joseph outfit on the man-shaped peg.

3. Draw the face and hair on the pegs.

4. To make the head covers fold the patterns on the dotted lines and then place glue on the folded tab. Bring the sides of the head dress over the tabs to make darts. Glue the head coverings on the peg dolls.

 

Baby Jesus in a Manger

1. Use the manger and manger leg patterns as a templates to cut the patterns from card board.

2. Fold the manger in half lengthwise and then fold the tabs up. Fold the end tabs over top of each other and glue them together.

3. Glue the legs on the manger as pictured above.

4. Cut up yellow yarn into small pieces and place in the manger.

5. Cut out the baby blanket and place a small pawn-shaped peg in the center of the blanket so that the head is just below the top of the blanket. Glue the pawn to the blanket. Fold up the bottom of the blanket over the bottom of the peg and glue it to the peg. Press up on the bottom sides of the blanket so that the blanket is up against the side of the peg. Fold over the sides of the blanket and glue them to the top of the peg.

6. Place the Baby Jesus peg in the manger.

 

Wise Men Peg Dolls

wise men peg doll craft1. Color the wise men outfits and crowns and then cut them out.

2. Glue the outfits on the man-shaped pegs and

3. Draw the face and hair on the head of the pegs.

4. Glue the crowns into circles and glue them to the heads of the wise men.

 

 

Cow, Donkey, Camel, and Sheep

1. To make the sheep paint the one-inch wood ball knobs white and let them dry. Glue the sheep heads to the balls.

2. To make the camel and donkey glue the 1 1/2" balls onto a water bottle cap and paint them brown. (You can also use the wooden stands that come with clothepins.)

3. When the paint is dry glue on the head patterns.

4. To make the cow glue a bottle cap to the bottom of a 1 1/2" ball. Paint the ball and cap white and add brown spots. Glue the cow head pattern to the ball.

cow made from wooden ball Donkey made from a wooden ball and bottle cap

Stable

Stable made from a shoe box1. Cut four inches off one end of the bottom of a shoe box to make the stable.

2. Cut rectangle shapes out of each side of the box as shown in the picture.

3. Paint the side of the box brown.

4. Glue regular-sized craft sticks to the top of the stable and inside the stable. Use heavy duty scissors to cut the craft sticks to the right length.

5. Glue two Regular-sized craft stick across the width of each side and then two mini craft stick perpendicular to the regular-sized craft sticks.

6. Add more craft stick to add interesting details.

7. Paint the wooden star yellow and glue it to the top of the manger.

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Baby Jesus in a Craft Stick Manger Craft

 

Baby Jesus in a Manger Christmas Craft Stick  Bible Craft  from www.daniellesplace.comWhat you will need:

Woodsies Mini Jumbo Craft Sticks - 4.5"

Mini Craft Sticks - 2.5"

Yellow Construction Paper or Printer Paper

Colored Pencils or Crayola Crayons

Scissors

Low Temp Mini Glue Gun or Elmer's Tacky Glue

 

How to Make the Baby Jesus in a Manger Craft:

1. Place two mini crafts on top of a mini jumbo craft stick and glue them together craft stick manger diagramas shown in the top picture on the diagram to the right. (A full-size printable template for this craft is available to members on The Resource Room. This will make it easier for younger children to assemble the craft by themselves.)

2. Place two mini jumbo craft sticks on top of the two mini craft stick legs and glue them down to make the manger shape. (Second picture on the diagram to the right.)

3. Cut two mini craft sticks at an angle as shown in the diagram to the right.

4. Turn the manger shape over and glue the two cut mini craft sticks to the manger. (Bottom picture on the diagram to the right.)

5. To make the straw cut a piece of yellow paper to fit inside the manger and hang over the edge when folded, and then cut slits down one length of the paper. Glue the uncut edge inside the manger and fold the cut edge down over the front of the manger. Glue another piece of paper to the back of the manger so Baby Jesus doesn't fall out.

5. To make the Baby Jesus cut a two inch piece off the end of a mini jumbo craft stick or jumbo craft stick. Have your children fold a 2.5" square piece of material or pretty scrap book paper around the lower part of the stick and draw a face on the end (See diagram below). (A printable pattern for the Baby Jesus is available to members on The Resource Room.)

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6. Glue a piece of string to the back of the manger. Tie a knot at the top and glue a star to the knot.

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Baby Jesus in a Manger Bible Craft for Kids

Baby Jesus in a Manger Bible Craft for Sunday School from www.daniellesplace.comWhat you will need:

Tag Board or Poster Board

Mini Craft Sticks

Straw-colored Raffia or Yellow Yarn

Wooden Peg People - Use the smallest ones in the package

Strips of Off-white Fabric

Low Temp Mini Glue Gun or Elmer's Tacky Glue

 

How to Make the Baby Jesus Peg Doll and Manger:

1. Before class prepare the mangers. Print out the Pattern (PDF Pattern) (Problems Printing?) and cut from cardboard. Glue the ends overlapping each other with a glue gun. Glue two mini craft sticks to each end of the manger as shown.

2. In class have your children draw faces on the the wooden pegs with markers or pens and glue on yarn hair if they would like.

3. Have them wrap the baby up in strips of 1 1/2" wide white material.

4. Let them cut raffia or yarn into small pieces and stick it in the manger (If you don't have raffia, you can use crinkled up yellow paper or tissue paper.) and place Baby Jesus on top.

This craft goes along with the Sunday School Lesson "Ordinary Baby" on The Resource Room.

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Free Baby Jesus in a Manger Printable Envelope Craft

You don't have to buy this craft from Oriental Trading Company. Print out the original craft patterns right here for free! You can make these for less than 10 a piece compared to Oriental Trading who charges 60 a piece.

New! - Now you can print out the envelope!

Jesus in a Manger Printable Envelope Christmas Craft for Kids  www.daniellesplace.comWhat you will need: Brown and Yellow Construction, printer paper, scissors, colored pencils, star stickers (Optional), and Glue

How to Make the Baby Jesus in a Manger Envelope Craft:

1. Print out the Baby Jesus in a Manger Envelope Pattern (PDF Pattern) onto brown paper, and cut it out. Print out the Star and Hay Pattern (PDF Pattern) onto yellow paper, and the Joseph and Mary and Baby Jesus Pattern (PDF Pattern) onto white paper and cut them out.

(A Colored pattern of Mary, Joseph, and Baby Jesus is also available.)

2. Turn the envelope pattern over so that the printed side is on the back. Fold the sides up towards you on the dotted lines so that you see the printed sides. Fold the bottom of the pattern up on the dotted lines. Glue the side flaps of the envelope to the bottom flap.

3. Color the Mary and Joseph picture and place it inside the envelope so that the bottom of the picture is all the way to the bottom of the envelope. Glue it to the inside of the envelope.

4. Cut little slits in the hay pattern just up to the thin line on the pattern and then fold the cut fringe down. Slip the hay pattern into the envelope so that the cut fringes hang out.

5. Color the picture of Baby Jesus and place it in the envelope behind the hay.

6. Add a string to the top of the envelope to use it as a Christmas Ornament. Glue the star over top the string end to cover it up.

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This craft goes along with the Sunday School Lesson "The Best Gift of All" on The Resource Room. In this lesson children learn that the joy we feel when we receive gifts at Christmas is only temporary. There is only one perfect gift that will never disappoint us, the gift of salvation through Jesus Christ. This lesson comes complete with more crafts and activity sheets and games to help reinforce the biblical concepts and the Bible verse.

 

Free Baby Jesus in a Manger Printable Envelope Craft for Younger Children

Baby Jesus in a Manger Envelope Craft www.daniellesplace.comThis version of the craft was designed for younger children. Children can color the picture of Baby Jesus and place him in the manger. Use the directions above, except cut out the middle shape where indicated on the pattern. Print out the Bigger Baby Jesus Patterns (PDF Pattern) to use in the manger.

To make it more interactive, use pieces of yarn or cut up pieces of felt for the hay. Children will enjoy arranging the "hay" in the manger and then placing Baby Jesus in the "hay".

Instead of using the paper star you can use star stickers to save on preparation time.

This craft can be hung on a Christmas tree as an ornament.

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This craft goes along with the Sunday School Lesson "The Best Gift of All" on The Resource Room. In this lesson children learn that the joy we feel when we receive gifts at Christmas is only temporary. There is only one perfect gift that will never disappoint us, the gift of salvation through Jesus Christ. This lesson comes complete with more crafts and activity sheets and games to help reinforce the biblical concepts and the Bible verse.

 

Free Baby Jesus in a Manger Envelope Craft

They is a great craft to use when you want to recycle old envelopes.

Baby Jesus in the Manger Envelope Craft www.daniellesplace.comWhat you will need: letter-size envelopes, crayons or markers, paper, scissors, straw colored yarn, glue sticks

What to do:

sunday school Jesus Envelope bible Craft for kids 1. Print out the Envelope Pattern (PDF Pattern) and use it to cut the envelopes into a manger and stable scene.

2. Print out the Baby Jesus Patterns (PDF Pattern) and cut them out. In class have the children color the mangers and baby Jesus.

3. Place the baby Jesus in the manager and use a glue stick to secure it. (Problems Printing?)

4. Cut up short pieces of yarn. Have the children glue the yarn inside the manager around Jesus.

This craft goes along with the Sunday School Lesson "The Best Gift of All" on The Resource Room. In this lesson children learn that the joy we feel when we receive gifts at Christmas is only temporary. There is only one perfect gift that will never disappoint us, the gift of salvation through Jesus Christ. This lesson comes complete with more crafts and activity sheets and games to help reinforce the biblical concepts and the Bible verse.

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Joy to the World Star Ornament

Christmas Craft for Kids - Baby Jesus Star Ornament Craft from www.daniellesplace.com

This craft goes along with the Sunday school lesson "Ordinary Baby, Extraordinary Gift " and the book by Gloria Gather by the same name.

Read the book to your children, or listen to the CD and then have your children draw star shapes on card stock and cut them out.

They can draw or glue on pictures of Baby Jesus and then decorate their star ornaments.

A printable pattern for this craft is available to members on The Resource Room.

 

New - Christmas Letter from God Envelope Craft

Christmas letter from God Envelope Craft for Sunday School from www.daniellesplace.com

Children color the pictures, and then fold up the paper to make an envelope. The outside of the envelope says, "From: Your Heavenly Father"

The inside says, "I loved you so much that I gave you my only son, and if you believe in me, you will receive eternal life. Your heavenly father." John 3:16

The pattern for this craft is available members on The Resource Room

This craft goes along with the Sunday School Lesson "The Best Gift of All" on The Resource Room. In this lesson children learn that the joy we feel when we receive gifts at Christmas is only temporary. There is only one perfect gift that will never disappoint us, the gift of salvation through Jesus Christ. This lesson comes complete with more crafts and activity sheets and games to help reinforce the biblical concepts and the Bible verse. (Available to members only.)

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Free Little Town of Bethlehem Christmas Ornament Craft for Sunday School

Little Town of Bethlehem Glowing Christmas Ornament Craft for Sunday School www.daniellesplace.comBeautiful, yet so simple to make! Great for Sunday School!

All you need are old CDs, yellow paper, and decorative items. This craft costs only pennies to make! The Bible verse, "For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior, which is Christ the Lord." Luke 2:11 is displayed under the nativity scene.

How to Make the Little Town of Bethlehem Craft:

1. Print out the Little Town of Bethlehem Ornament Pattern (PDF Pattern) onto bright yellow paper. If you are using a printer that has water soluble ink, print out the pattern onto white paper and then use a copy machine to copy it onto bright yellow paper. (Printing Problems?)

2. Cut out around the edge of the picture and glue it to the center of the CD. You can make two CDs with the pictures and glue them back to back so that the ornament can be viewed from both sides.

3. Use sequins, decorative lace, ribbon, stickers, beads, etc. to decorate the ornament. The decorative trim used on this ornament was tape to the back of one CD and then another CD with the same picture was glued to the back to cover up the tape and ribbon.

This craft goes along with the Sunday school lesson "God's Wonderful Gift" on The Resource Room. It comes complete with other craft and activity ideas, including games that help reinforce the biblical concepts and weekly Bible verse. (Available to members only.)

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Nativity Scene Bible Review Game and Craft

666651: Make-A-Nativity-Scene Stickers, Pack of 12

Make-A-Nativity-Scene Stickers , Pack of 12



These stickers from Christianbook.com are a great way to review the Christmas story.

Take turns asking your children questions about the story. If a child gets a question correct, he or she gets to pick one sticker and place it on a piece of paper.

Keep asking questions until every child has used all his or her stickers.

Provide crayons and markers for your children to color in the background and add a Bible memory verse.

 

Christmas Bell Crafts for Kids

Bible craft Christmas Bell Activity Sheet for Sunday School Bible Verse Christmas Bell Activity Sheet for sunday school Sunday School "Make a Joyful Noise" Christmas Bell Bible Craft

These bell crafts go with the Sunday School lesson "Ring the Bells!" on The Resource Room. In this lesson children learn about bells and how they are used to convey messages, especially how they are used in the church and at Christmastime to give praise to God and and to tell others the Good news about Jesus. For directions and printable patterns for these crafts follow the link. (Available to members only.)

 

Jingle Bell Door Hanger

Sunday School Jingle Bell Bible CraftWhat you will need: jingle bells of different colors and sizes, Chenille stems, ribbon, and beads (optional).

How to make:

1. String jingle bells and large beads onto one end of a chenille stem (pipe cleaner).

2. When you are finished make a loop at the other end of the Chenille stem and wind around the middle of stem to secure it. Tie a ribbon at the bottom of the loop.

3. Hang the bells on a door knob or in an archway.

This craft goes with the Sunday School lesson "Ring the Bells!"

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Communion Cup Christmas Bell Craft for Kids

sunday School Communion Cup Christmas Bell Bible Craft for KidsWhat you will need: Clean, dry communion cups, beads, pipe cleaner (Chenille stems), ribbon, and jingle bells

How to make:

1. Drill a small hole in the bottom of the communion cups. Do not press down hard with the drill bit or you will crack the cups.

2. Spray paint the cup with gold spray paint and let dry.

3. Attach a small jingle bell to the end of a Chenille stem. Put a crimp in the Chenille stem about two inches from the top of the bell. Insert the other end of the Chenille stem into the inside of the communion cup through the hole and pull the end through the hole.

4. String bead onto the end of the Chenille stem and then make a loop with the stem and wind the end around the part of the stem that is near the hole in the communion cup.

5. To finish tie a bow where you twisted the Chenille stem.

This craft goes with the Sunday School lesson "Ring the Bells!"

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Sock Doll - Baby Jesus in the Manger Craft for Kids

Baby Jesus in a Sock Manger no-sew Craft for Kids from www.daniellesplace.comWhat you will need: Pink child's sock, large brown sock, yellow material or sock, Poly-fil, tiny rubber bands, pink craft foam, permanent marker, scissors, pink fabric paint.

How to make:

1. See the No-Sew Sock Doll Directions and the Sock Baby Directions on the Sock Crafts for Kids Page to make Baby Jesus. You don't have to make the feet because he will be wrapped in a blanket.

2. Wrap the sock doll in a piece of muslin. Cut a small circle from craft foam for the nose and draw on the eyes and mouth. Add a little bit of pink fabric paint or watercolor paint for the cheeks.

4. To make the manger roll up a large brown sock. Turn the sock inside out and roll it up so that the right side is showing. Roll it all the way to the toe until you have a donut shape.

5. Use strips of yellow material or natural raffia for the hay.

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"Jesus Lights Up My Life" Christmas Light Pin Craft

Christmas Lights Craft Spoon Pins from www.daniellesplace.comThe following crafts go along with the Sunday School Lesson "Jesus Lights Up My Life" on The Resource Room. In this lesson children learn why Jesus described himself as the "Light of the World", how Jesus lights up our lives, and how we can be a light to others.

(Available to members only.)

 

 

What you will need:

Acrylic gloss paint

Strong scissors

12" Black Chenille Stems - 100pk

Adhesive Bar Safety Pins

3-5/8-Inch Craft Spoons

Googly eyes and Markers

 

How to make the Christmas Light Pins: sunday school bible craft christmas light pin diagram

1. Cut 3/4" off the skinny end of a craft spoon with some heavy duty scissors leaving a Christmas light shape.

2. Paint the craft spoon and let it dry. Cut a black chenille stem in half and wind it around the small end of the cut spoon. Glue on googly eyes and draw in a mouth and nose.

3. Stick the sticky back pin to the back of the finished Christmas light. If you don't have the sticky back pins, you can just tape a safety pin to the back, or glue on a magnet and use it as a refrigerator magnet.

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Jesus Lights Up My Life" Necklace

The following crafts go along with the Sunday School Lesson "Jesus Lights Up Christmas Light Necklace Craft from www.daniellesplace.comMy Life" on The Resource Room. In this lesson children learn why Jesus described himself as the "Light of the World", how Jesus lights up our lives, and how we can be a light to others. (Available to members only.)

What you will need: Red, yellow and green card stock, red, yellow and green straws, scissors, glue, and nylon cord.

How to make:

1. Draw Christmas light shapes onto red, green, and yellow card stock so that two lights are connected at the top. Cut the lights out . (A Pattern for this craft is available to members.)

2. Fold the light patterns in half over a pencil and glue the lights together back to back. The pencil will leave a space big enough to string a cord through the lights.

3. Cut the straws into one-inch sections, and the nylon cord into necklace lengths.

4. In class have your children string the lights and straw pieces onto the cord to make a necklace.

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"Jesus Lights Up My Life" Christms Light Craft for Sunday School

 

sunday school Jesus Lights Up My Life! Color sheet bible craftThe following crafts go along with the Sunday School Lesson "Jesus Lights Up My Life" on The Resource RoomIn this lesson children learn why Jesus described himself as the "Light of the World", how Jesus lights up our lives, and how we can be a light to others. (Available to members only.)

Jesus Lights up my Life Coloring Sheet for Sunday School

Children color the Christmas lights different colors and then glue the picture to a piece of construction paper. You can have them draw a picture in the center of the frame or you can take glue a picture of the child in the center.

The pattern for this craft is available to members only on The Resource Room.

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"Jesus Lights Up My Life" Thumbprint Craft for Sunday School

Christmas Craft - Jesus Lights Up My Life Thumbprint Craft for Sunday School from www.daniellesplace.comThe following crafts go along with the Sunday School Lesson "Jesus Lights Up My Life" on The Resource RoomIn this lesson children learn why Jesus described himself as the "Light of the World", how Jesus lights up our lives, and how we can be a light to others. (Available to members only.)

Place small amounts of paint on paper plates and have your children dip their fingers into the paint and press them on the paper near the black rectangle shapes to make the Christmas lights.

You can glue a picture of the children in the center of the sheet or have your children draw a picture in the center.

The pattern for this craft is available to members only on The Resource Room.

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Shine! Christmas Crafts

The following crafts go along with the Sunday School Lesson "Shine" on The Resource Room. In this lesson children learn that Jesus is the light of the world. He lights up our lives so we can shine. (Print patterns are available to members only.)

 

Shine! Paper Star Ornament Sunday School Craft from www.daniellesplace.com "Let Your Light Shine! Star Necklace Bible Craft from www.daniellesplace.com Let Your Light Shine! Picture Frame Sunday School Bible Crafr for Children from www.daniellesplace.com
Shine! Paper Star Ornament Sunday School Bible Craft

Let Your Light Shine!
Star Bible Craft

Let Your Light Shine! Picture Frame Sunday School Bible Craft for Children
Star Garland Craft from www.daniellesplace.com "Let Your Light So Shine Before Men! Craft from www.daniellesplace.com
Let Your Light Shine Star Necklace or Christmas Garland Sunday School Craft Let Your Light Shine!
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"Beat the Greedies" Christmas Calendar Printout

Bible craft "Beat the Greedies" Christmas Calendar Craft for Sunday SchoolThis calendar will help your children "beat the greedies". It has an idea of something they can do each day that will help them to focus on others instead of themselves. This Calendar is available to members only on The Resource Room. It goes along with the Sunday school lesson "Greedy Petie". In this lesson children learn about greed and how it affects their lives. They learn that Jesus wants them to be happy and thankful for what they have been given.

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3D Paper Christmas Ornaments Craft for Kids

3D Paper Christmas Ornament Craft for Kids from www.daniellesplace.comWhat you will need:

Paper (card stock preferred)

Colored pencils or crayons

String or yarn to hang the finished ornaments

Scissors

Glue

 

How to Make the 3D Christmas Ornament:

1. Print out the Patterns (PDF Pattern) (3 copies) and cut them out.

2. Color them and then glue all three patterns of the same picture together so that each side is glued to the side of a different pattern as shown in the picture. (Printing Problems?)

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Shrinky Dink Christmas Ornament Craft for Kids

What you will need: Plastic Shrink paper, colored pencils, black permanent markers, scissors, hole punch, and string or ribbon to hang the ornaments.

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How to make:

1. Print out the patterns (Pattern 1 (PDF Pattern) and Pattern 2 (PDF Pattern) and trace them onto the dull side of the Shrinky Dink paper with a permanent marker. (The words are backwards because the front of the ornaments are the shiny side.) Color the patterns on the dull side with colored pencils, and then cut them out. (Printing Problems?)

2. Use a hole punch to punch the hole at the top of the ornaments. Shrink them in an oven according to the Shrinky Dink directions on the package.

4. When they are cool tie a string or pretty ribbon to the top.

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Jesus, God's Gift to the World

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This craft goes along with the Sunday School lesson "The Best Gift of All" on The Resource Room.

The picture says, "Baby Jesus so sweet and small, you're the best gift of all!" Children color the picture, glue pieces of yellow yarn on the manger, tie a ribbon on the manger and then glue on a bow.

Pattern Available to Members Only.

 

Best Gift Bible Verse Review Game - Before class the teacher writes words from the Bible verse on the back of the gifts and tapes the picture of Baby Jesus in the manger on the back of one gift. In class children take turning turning over one gift to see if the picture of Baby Jesus is hidden underneath. If the gift has a word on it, the child places the word in order to spell out the Bible verse.

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Matchbox Gift Boxes

God's Gifts Craft from www.daniellesplace.comThis craft idea comes from the lesson "God's Wonderful Gifts" on The Resource Room.

Each box contains a piece of fan-folded paper that has a picture of a gift from God with a Bible verse and discussion question. (Available to members.) Children take turns selecting a box, opening it, and guessing, by looking at the the picture, what the gift might be. The teacher then reads the verse and question.

What you will need: Card stock (Heavy paper), ribbon, bows, tape, glue, and other decorative items.

How to make:sunday school bible craft matchbox gifts

1. Print out the Matchbox Pattern (PDF Pattern) onto card stock. (Printing Problems?)

2. Cut out the solid lines.

3. Fold all the dotted lines up.

4. To make the box bottom, glue Flap A over the other Flap A on the same side. Fold down Flap C over the Flap A and Flap B on both sides and glue them down.

5. Fold down Flap E over the F on both sides and glue.

6. To make the sliding top, place glue on the side indicated and stick it over the opposite side.

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Nativity Scene Book, Lesson, and Activities

sunday school bible craft nativity scene book for kidsThroughout the year we have several " family days" were children sunday school Christmas Story Book bible Craftand their families gather for prayer, fellowship and activities. Our Christmas family day included several of your ideas, including the layered nativity card and the envelope nativity. The layered nativity was a great family activity because it required both basic and more advanced skills ( such as the cutting) and thus it was an activity which incorporated the entire family. The envelope stable made a great keepsake ornament but was economical and easy for the children to assemble, I printed out labels with our Parish Education Program name, the date and the individual family name, they were a great success! Sent in by Cindy Becker.

This craft is available to members only on The Resource Room.

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The Christmas Story Tree Series of Lessons on The Resource Room

sunday school Chrsitmas Tree bible craft for kidsIn this series of Christmas lessons children make Christmas tree decorations that will remind them about part of the Christmas story. Each week they add their decorations to the classroom tree. They will enjoy seeing the tree changing and getting more beautiful each week.

If you don't have room for a Christmas tree in your room, you can send the ornaments home with your children, or make a large paper tree and tape it to your wall.

 

 

1.The Christmas Story Tree - The Prophets Tell About Jesus

Bible Scroll Christmas Ornament Craft for Kids from www.daniellesplace.com

In the first lesson your children learn that the prophets told about Jesus' birth thousands of years before he was born.

What you will need: paper, paint or tea bags, ribbon, decorative items such as holly leaves, bows, etc, paper towels and glue.

How to Make Isaiah Scrolls:

1. Print out the Scroll Patterns and tear them apart. (Don't worry about the edges being even because you want the edges to look old and worn.) A Printable Pattern is available to members on The Resource Room.

2. Have your children wrinkle up their papers and then flatten them out. Then have them do it again. Give them watered down brown watercolor paint or concentrated tea to paint lightly over their pieces of paper. Wipe of any excess water and place them on paper towels to dry.

3. Show them how to roll up the ends as shown in the picture. Let them pick some decorations such as holly leaves, bows, etc. to glue to the scrolls. Help them glue on a ribbon to hang the scroll. Save these for next week. They will place them on the tree as you review the lesson.

 

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2. The Christmas Story Tree - An Angel Tells The Good News

 

Angel Craft - Folded Paper Angel Craft from www.daniellesplace.comThis craft goes with the Sunday school lessons series "The Christmas Story Tree, Angels Tell the Good News!" on The Resource Room

What you will need:

folded paper angel diagramPrinter paper, paper punches, 1 1/2 inch white pompoms, ribbon, and scissors.

How to make:

1. Print out the Angel Wing Pattern (PDF Pattern) and use it to cut wing patterns from printer paper. Fan-fold the pattern starting at one of the straight edges. Make the folds about 1/2" wide. Fold the fan-folded wings in half and staple in the middle as shown in the picture below. (Problems Printing? )

folded paper angel wing2. Cut printer paper into 6" lengths. The papers should measure 6" x 8 1/2".

folded paper angel body3. In class have your children use paper punches to punch shapes into the angel's dress. They should punch along the two short ends as shown in the picture on the right. You may want to draw light lines on the ends that they should punch on.

4. When your children are done punching, fan-fold the papers starting at a long edge using 1/2" folds. Fold the fan-folded paper angel body 2folded paper in half (shown in the picture below) so the punched edges meet. Glue the edges that meet together to make the dress.

5. Glue the wings on the dress by placing a line of glue along the edge of the bottom fold as show in the picture above.

6. Glue a 1 1/2" white pompom on for the head.

7. Glue some ribbon to the back so the angels can be hung on the tree.

Comments about this craft:

I teach a children’s church class of 24+ children ages 3-6.  We loved the folded paper angel craft, but with so many children (and varying spans of attention), I found it difficult to work with glue.  As an alternative suggestion, pipe cleaners work very well.  We used glitter pipe cleaners to wrap round the middle of the angel’s body and wings and then attached a pompom ball.  The children absolutely loved the angel lesson. Thank you for all you do to make teaching fun! Pam

One thing I love about the lessons and crafts are that they can be adapted to different situations.  Living in Uganda we don't have access to all of the supplies listed, but there is usually something I can substitute.  In making the folded paper angel, I used a cotton ball for the head instead of a pom-pom.  For the decoration at the bottom, I cut shapes into the "skirt" while it was still folded just as you would do for a snowflake.  It came out very nice.  Thank you for your work!  It sure makes the teachers' preparation and teaching go easier. Sally Jo

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An Angel Tells Mary and Joseph the Good News that Mary is going to give birth to the promised king.

 

3. The Christmas Story Tree - The Shepherds Tell About Jesus' Birth

Craft Stick Nativity Scene Ornament Craft for Kids - This craft goes along with the Sunday School Lesson Series "The Christmas Story Tree - The Shephers Tell About Jesus' Birth"

Craft Stick Nativity Scene Ornament Christmas Craft for KidsWhat you will need:

Mini Craft Sticks

Regular-sized Craft Sticks

Wooden Stars

Paint

Bright Yellow Printer Paper

Trim, Glitter Glue , and Other Decorative items

Vegetable oil (optional)

Red string

How to Make the Glowing Craft Stick Nativity Ornament:

1. Before class print out the Pattern onto yellow paper. (A pattern for this craft is available to members.) If you do not have a laser printer, print out the pattern onto white paper and make copies of the pattern using yellow paper with a copy machine. (If you are going to use the oil to make the ornaments transparent, do not use an inkjet printer.) The ink will run when you use apply the oil. If you don't have a lot of time in class paint the craft sticks ahead of time. Cut out the patterns.

2. In class have the children glue the craft sticks on the pattern starting on the sides first and then the roof and bottom.

3. When everything is glued together show the children how to paint oil onto the back of the picture and wipe off the excess oil. You can use cooking oil or baby oil. This will make the yellow background slightly transparent.

4. To finish, glue a star and red string to hang the ornament to the top. Let the children decorate the ornament with glitter glue and decorative items such as ribbon and beads.

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4. The Christmas Story Tree - The Wise Men Search For Jesus

Craft stick Star Bible Craft for Sunday School from www.daniellesplace.com with star template www.daniellesplace.comWhat you will need:

4 1/2" Colored Wood Craft Sticks(Five for each star)

Sequins and Spangles

Faceted Acrylic Gemstones,

Adhesive Back Jewels

Shaped Bright Buttons

Glitter Glue

Low Temp Mini Glue Gun

Brightly Colored Yarn (Optional)

Ribbon and Paint (Optional)

 

How to Make the Craft Stick Star Ornament:

Craft Stick Star with Yarn Craft from www.daniellesplace.com1. Print out the pattern for the Christmas Star Ornament (PDF Pattern) and use it as a template to glue the craft sticks together to form a star shape. Place your craft sticks on top of the pattern matching them to the placement of the craft sticks on the pattern.

2. Glue the sticks together, one at a time, until you finish the star.

3. Glue a ribbon loop to the back of the star so you will be able to hang in on your Christmas tree

This craft goes with the Sunday School Lesson "The Wise Men Search For Jesus" on The Resource Room.

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The Wise Men Search for Jesus

sunday school Gift for Jesus bible CraftChildren act out the story The Wise Men Search for Jesus using hand and leg motions similar to "We're Going on a Bear Hunt".

This lesson is available to members only on The Resource Room.

Envelope Gift Craft

Children color the inside and outside of the Pattern and fold it like an envelope and then add a Christmas bow. A poem about the wise men and the gifts we can give Jesus is written on a star on the inside of the envelope. This craft is available to members only on The Resource Room.

 

The Wise Men Search for Jesus Star-Shaped Book Craft

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This craft goes along with the Bible lesson "The Wise Men Search for Jesus". Is is available to members on The Resource Room.

Children color the Pattern, fan-fold it, and then glue it together to form a star shape.

Bible verses relating to the wise men searching for Jesus and pictures of stars are pictured on the pattern.

 

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5. The Christmas Story Tree - The Rest of the Story

Feather Butterfly Christmas Ornament

Butterfly Christmas Ornament Craft from www.daniellesplace.comThe Christmas Story is more than just a story about Jesus' birth. It is a story about how God loves us and planned for us to be saved and live with him forever.

This craft goes along with "The Christmas Story Tree - The Rest of the Story" Lesson on The Resource Room.

Christmas Butterflies

What you will need:

Nylon Butterfly Decorations (36 pc)

White Feathers

Rhinestones and Gems

Faceted Beads

Crayola Glitter Glue

How to Make Feather Butterfly:

1. Cover the butterfly with white glitter glue. Use a stiff paintbrush to even the glue out. let it dry.

2. Cut the feathers to fit on the butterfly and glue them to the butterfly with tacky glue. Let it dry.

3. Cut the looped ends off the butterfly antennae. Stick beads on the antenna. Apply tacky glue to the end of the antennae and stick pearl beads on the end.

4. Add jewels, gemstones, and pearl beads to the butterfly's wings.

5. Stick rhinestones on the butterfly's body.

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If you don't want to buy the nylon butterflies, you can just cut butterfly shapes from card stock.

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The Wise Men Bring Gifts

 

Scripture Reference: Matthew 2:1-12 Concepts - Jesus was special.

 

Games and Activities:

1. At the beginning of class have the children wrap up presents (empty boxes) and explain to them that they will be using them to act out the Bible lesson. (Instead of using empty boxes you can write things on slips of paper that we can do for Jesus and place them in the box.)

2. Act out the Bible lesson. Before class place a huge star covered with aluminum foil in one corner of the room hanging from the ceiling. Have one teacher sit in the corner of the room underneath the star holding boy doll to represent Jesus. Have the children dress up as wise men (see making No-Sew Bible Costumes). Have another teacher guide the children around the room carrying their gifts for Jesus. The teacher can explain that they know which way to go because a bright star is showing them the way to Jesus. When the wise men reach Jesus they bow down and worship him and leave him their gifts.

 

Sunday School Lessons About the Wise Men

 

"Wise Men Still Seek Him" Craft Ideas

The following craft come from the Sunday School lesson "Wise Men Still Seek Him" on The Resource Room. You will find even more crafts and activities for this theme on The Resource Room.

Wise Men Still Seek Him Clothespin Men and Camels Display www.daniellesplace.com

wise men diagramThis is a fun creative craft with which children can work together to make the complete display. Some can work on the background while others work on the camels, and wise men.

What you will need: Rounded clothespins for the wise men, and the spring-type clothespins for the camel's legs, tan card stock (Heavy paper), glue, fabric scraps. (You can make fabric scraps from discarded clothing.), rick rack, and other decorative items, pipe cleaners, magic markers, cardboard, and scissors.

What to do:

1. Fold the card stock in half and draw camels without legs on the paper. Cut the camels out without unfolding the paper. Glue the two pieces together back-to-back to make the camel thicker, and then clip two spring-type clothespins on the bottom for the camel's legs. Cut a piece of material to put over the camel's hump and decorate it with decorative trim and then glue it to the camel. (A pattern for the camel is available on The Resource Room.)

3. To make the wise men twist a pipe cleaner around the clothespin for the arms. Draw a face, hair, and sandals on the clothespin with magic markers.

4. Cut a piece of material 5" x 3.5", fold it in half, and make a tiny hole in the middle of the fold as shown in the picture. If you are using stretchy material, make the hole only a tiny slit.

5. Place the material over the head of the clothespin and over the arms.

6. Flatten out the material and staple the material under each arm as shown in the picture.

7. Bring the arms down. Gather the material under the arms and tie it with ribbon or a pipe cleaner.

8. To finish glue on decorative items such as ribbon, rick rack, and trim. Glue decorative trim around the head for a crown. You can glue beads or other items onto the hands of the wise men for the gifts.

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" Follow the Star" Christmas Sunday School Game

Play like "Follow the Leader" except have the leader hold up a large star on a stick. The leader should lead the children around and under tables and chair while jumping, sliding his or her feet, clapping, crawling, walking backwards, marching, swinging arms, twirling in circles, skipping, etc. The children should do exactly what the leader is doing.

 

"Find the Star" - Christmas Sunday School Game

Play this game to remind your children that the Star of Bethlehem guided the Wise Men to Jesus the night he was born.

Before class cut out a bunch of star shapes from construction paper. Make them all the same except for one -- make it a little bigger. Tape the stars all around the room. In class explain to the children that the wise men knew that the star would lead them to Jesus because it was very different from all the other stars. It had appeared in the sky and hadn't been there before and it moved across the sky leading them to Jesus. Tell your children that on the word "go" they should each go and try to find the star they think is different from all the rest. When they find it, they should stand by the star until you say "Stop". Compare the stars to see which one is different.

 

"Follow the Stars" Musical Chairs - Game for Sunday School

Before class cut out a bunch of star shapes making one bigger and brighter then the rest. Tape them to the back of the chairs. Place the same amount of chairs in a circle as you have children. Play like Musical Chairs, except the child how sits on the "Special Star" chair gets to sit down at the table and eat his or her snack. Remove one chair and play again. Keep playing until you only have the "Special Star" chair left.

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Sunday School Christmas Party

 

Exploring The Christmas Story

Children listen to parts of The Christmas Story and then answer questions. Teams collect stars for correct answers. Between story and questions children play games such as musical chairs, Halo Toss, Shepherd's Race, Star Gazing Puzzle, and Magi Gift Delivery Race, and make simple crafts such as a bottle angel and marshmallow sheep.

 

Christmas Puppet Skit

 

"The Shepherds Find Baby Jesus" Puppet Show

My second grade Sunday school class did this puppet show. It was a great change of pace. We went over it once with out the camera, filmed it once, and then they did it perfect the third time.

What you will need: Two foam core boards for the background and paint to paint it, foam core board or poster board to write the name of the show and "The End", about 10 angels, at least two shepherd puppets, about 6 stuffed sheep, video camera, tape player and angel music, VCR and television, green towel for the foreground.

sunday school shepherd puppets bible craftHow to make:

1. Print out the Play and make copies.

2. To make the background scenery tape two foam core boards together at the short sides. Paint hills and trees and at one end of the scenery and paint the city of Bethlehem with a star above the city at the other end. We set up the foreground scene on a table by placing a green towel to cover the top and put some small stuffed sheets on top. Two children held the back ground up behind the table leaving just enough room for the shepherd puppets to stand between the table and the background. Start out the play with the shepherds at one end of the scenery. The shepherds will look like they are walking if the the puppeteer moves the puppets up and down as the children holding the background move it so that the town of Bethlehem comes into view.

3. Make a title board and a board that says "the end". You may even want to make a board with the credits written on it.

4. Directions to make the Shepherd Puppets are found on the puppet page.

5. Use the lace angel craft or the coffee filter angels craft for puppets that are found on the Christmas page. Tie about 7 to 10 angels on a paint stick to make the multitude of angels and tie one angel on a crafts stick for the main angel. The children can drop the angels over the top of the background at the appropriate time.

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Christmas Plays

 

On The Road to Bethlehem by Rev. Ann M. Smith

Mary Remembers by Rev. Ann M. Smith

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Nativity Play.com has a Christmas Nativity Musical that is great for all churches, especially for first-time producers. There are no lines to memorize so it cuts down on a lot of stress; you don't have to worry about actors forgetting their lines. It's available almost instantly by downloading it from the web site.

 

Christmas Poems

 

What Child is This
By Teri Couture

What child is this
That came into my life
To stir up happiness
Amidst all the strife

What child is this
Who wipes all my tears
And when He is close
Conquers my fears

What child grows older
But keeps getting better
What child is this
That breaks every fetter

What child is this
Grown into a man
Who makes me say
"With Him all things I can"

He gave up His life
A great child indeed
He died on the cross
So I could be freed

What child is this
That from this world should part
He is the child
That still lives in my heart

What child is this
Why it's Jesus, God's lamb
And I can say with great faith
Now His child I am

Copyright 2003, Teri Couture

(You may use this poem in another publication or on another web site, but you must include the copyright notice.)

 

"C" is for the Christ Child

The version I am familiar with was sung by Perry Como, and I have also heard Bing Crosby sing this. It was one of my favorites growing up! I think it would make an excellent short recitation for a kindergarten or similar age-group class.

You can find the song on this page: http://kokomo.ca/xmas/christmas_lyrics.htm

Jesus, When You Were Born
by Mary Flynn

Jesus, when You were born
In Bethlehem long ago,
Did you mind being out in a stable
When there was no place else to go?

And Jesus when you were born,
Son of God, in a stable You lay,
And the people didn't know who You were,
Didn't come to You and pray.

But I wonder if I had been there,
In Bethlehem looking at You,
Would I have known in my heart who You were,
Or would I have shut my door too?

So, now Jesus I will promise,
Because I know what to do,
I know that You are the Son of God,
And I will open my heart up to You.
© Mary Flynn

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I know people include the wise men as part of Christmas; however, it was not until Joseph and Mary were in a house that the wise men came to visit (Matt. 2:11). Also, the Bible does not specify how many wise men there were (Matt. 2:1). Perhaps the number three has been prevalent because of the gold, frankincense, and myrrh (Matt. 2:11). I think the poem is nice; however, I think it is important as Christians to make sure children are taught what the Bible teaches. Sincerely, Jackie

 

Christmas Story - Jesus is Born

 

The Shepherds and the Angels


sunday school angel paper chain bible craftMake an Angel Paper Chain Craft

What you will need: Construction paper, markers, yarn or string, scissors, stapler or tape.

How to make paper chain angels:

1. Print out the Pattern (PDF Pattern) and use it to cut out angels from construction paper. Make enough angels so that one word from the scripture Luke 2:11 can fit on each angel and a couple of extra for goofs. (Printing Problems?)

2. Hand out the angels and assign a word of the scripture to each child. Have the children write their words on the angel's skirt and then color the angel and add a face or anything they would like.

3. When the children are finished with the front of their angels tell them to think of a word that describes Jesus. You can do this as a class for the younger children and write them on the board. Then have each child pick a word from the list to write on the back of their angels. Some examples are: Savior, Promised One, Messiah, Lord, Most High Christ the Lord, Bread of Life, Friend, True Vine, Judge, The Way, Good Shepherd, Light of the World, King of Kings, etc.

4. When everyone is done, staple of tape the angels on to a piece of yarn or string in the correct order to make a paper chain.

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Comments: I used this craft this past Sunday for my ages 2 to Pre-K Junior church Time. I cut out 6 angels per child and glued them on different colors of construction paper. Then on one angel I wrote For, on another angel I wrote Unto, on another You, on another A Child, on another Is, on another Born. The children then colored their angels, punched holes through the construction paper and strung them along with rigatoni noodles on metallic elasticized cording. I tied one end of the cording to a noodle so the other pieces would not fall out. On the other end of the cording I wrapped a piece of tape so the children would have an easier time stringing. When the children were done making their garlands. I tied the end of the string to another noodle and they were excited to be able to use it as a garland for their trees at home. We used this craft in conjunction with our lesson in which we talked about who visited Baby Jesus and how they found out about His birth. Marleen Sooy

 

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