Jesus is the reason for the season! Many people celebrate Christmas as Jesus’ birth day. If you want to teach your kiddos the biblical reasons for Christmas, these Nativity Bible Verse Printables are the perfect way to delve into the Bible and learn about Jesus.
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Nativity Bible Verse Printables Key Points
Reading the Bible together as a family is a great way to spend time together. You can learn about the Christmas story and help your kids understand the meaning of Christmas. Here are the key points you will want kids to understand before they open their Christmas gifts this year:
- Jesus was born as a baby.
- He died on a cross for our sins so we could go to heaven
- Christmas is a time that we celebrate Jesus’ birthday.
- We give gifts as a symbol of the gift Jesus gave us (eternal life).
supplies needed for this nativity activity
All you need to make these fun nativity cards is a printer scissors and a laminator.
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How To Use this Nativity Printable
Instructions and suggestions.
- 12 Days Of Christmas Advent.
- Family Scripture Reading Activity.
- You could even print out multiple sets and create nativity snap!
- Colored Ink
- Bible (or internet)
- Print printables
- Pick a verse each day (12 days before Christmas)
- Open the Bible each day and read the verse that goes with each card
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