Our Most Popular Christmas Items:
Christmas is coming fast, so I wanted to point out a few of our most popular materials. Each of the following links will take you to a free printable Christmas resource. We have really been encouraged to hear how churches and families have used these items. It is our prayer that they will help you also.
- Printable Candy Cane Poem – download this file and use it for a children’s sermon
- Printable Story Booklet about Jesus’ Birth – this is a great supplement to your Christmas lesson plans
- The 12 Symbols of Christmas Booklet - an easy way to show how Christmas traditions point to Jesus
- Twas’ the Night of Jesus’ Birth Poem Booklet – a creative twist on a classic Christmas poem
- Happy Birthday Jesus Coloring Page – a simple activity for younger children
Thousands of readers have already downloaded and used these resources in their ministry, homeschool lessons, or family devotions. These are 100% free to download and print off. I’ve made this list short to highlight the very best, but you can check out nearly 40 free Christmas resources here. I hope you find them helpful too.
New for Christmas 2010, Mandy is creating an Advent coloring book. Each page will have a different coloring sheet to help children think about the meaning of Christmas. When all put together, kids will have a Gospel-centered art project in to celebrate the season.