This new series of coloring pages for Advent will help children count the days leading up to Christmas. Each includes a scripture and the biblical scene that tells the story of Christ’s birth in a coloring book format. The idea is to complete one each day in December leading up to Christmas.
*12/5/19 corrected the files to fix the blank pages bug on iPhone & iPad.
More Advent Coloring Pages
Don’t miss our other Advent and Christmas coloring pages. Use the link below to download the 24 page coloring book with a collection of our older illustrations for the Christmas season.
Don’t miss our printable Advent Coloring pages and Christmas Sunday School Lessons & Activities for kids
New Sunday School Curriculum: Our Bible lessons are designed to keep the kids’ attention and show how God's Word makes a difference. Every series is flexible enough for a wide-age group and affordable enough for small churches. Download a free Bible lesson in pdf or view our latest Sunday School curriculum for kids.
10 thoughts on “Story of Advent Calendar Coloring Pages”
Thank you so much!
Using in my first grade classroom!
Good Morning! I use your materials for my classes. I am the Religion Coordinator at a Catholic Elementary School, where students are 98% non Catholic. I teach Pre K 3- 6th Grade. I appreciate you guys, and It’s so wonderful to have Advent Lesson Resources for the season. God Bless!!
I am so blessed by your materials. I can count on them to be Biblical and on point. Thanks so much for your generosity. May God continue to bless your faithfulness.
I appreciate your materials so much! However, I had some trouble – I printed the advent calendar, but pages/days 4, 14 and 20 would not print. When I checked in preview, those pages were completely blank. Please send those pages as soon as possible so I can get them to my kiddos.
Thanks very much!
Thanks for letting me know. Here’s a backup version. Please let me know if it works for you. I’m not seeing the black pages on my computer
I use a Mac and I found that link does work on Safari but not on Firefox – at least it shows all the images, 1 page at a time. Nice work! It will take longer than a Middle school SS class time to completely color but it is a good start for teaching the Story, which many do not know!
Thanks for letting me know – I have Chrome and Adobe Acrobat so that’s why I wasn’t seeing the blank page problem!
I use a Safari on a Mac and was also not getting the fourth page. But the other link you gave in the comments for Jen Wall did work! Thanks!
Thanks again – I tracked down the bug and update the files. Here are the new downloads.
Thank you so much! You really are a God send!