HERE which is the K-5 Nativity Coloring Page on the bottom right of the website.
It would be sort of messy to do watercolors like I'm planning to do in my classroom. But you could get boxes of crayons and have kids color them on their chairs. Then tell them that when they get home they can cover a shoebox with brown paper and use it placed sideways so the opening is facing you and make the manger.
Then they could cut up newspapers or yellow paper for the hay on the bottom of the manger. Then tape on their individual little people for the Nativity set. They could glitter the star and some of the halos with parent's help. Then they could cut out the quotes on either of the downloadable "cards" and place that somewhere above the nativity set.
Nativity Printables from www.biblestoryprintables.com has this individual characters in the Christmas story you could copy and pass out. Or just the "scene" which can be found at their website HERE. They have cards too, these could be made for parents for a gift too. They say "Happy Birthday Jesus" on them. Any of these would be such a darling project for sharing time maybe after reading the Christmas story from Luke.Thanks Bible Story Printables! What a nice gift. Thanks for sharing!
|Lindon, Utah Stringtown USA train ride at Christmas time. It is another one of our family traditions.|
|An outdoor Nativity scene in the snow in Lindon Utah. We take the little kiddie train every year in the Lindon Polar Express with the grandkids. It is a fun tradition if you live in the area. The website is HERE at Stringtown USA|
|My two oldest granddaughters a few years ago playing shepherds in our family nativity. I made up a downloadable Luke 2 readings and songs we do in our family for the Christmas Party. It is always a neat tradition. It is HERE. Enjoy!|