Those of you who follow my blog know that I love to post about printable nativities. This year is no exception!!
I didn’t think that I had many new or fresh ideas this year. It seems like most of what’s out there, I’ve already posted in previous years. If you’re looking for those previous posts, just search “nativity”. That’ll pull up (or at least it should pull up) other posts about the nativity.
Here’s a free nativity paper craft. It’s the Paper Nativity by Daniel Swartz. I think this one is pretty fun and simple to do for kids of all ages. I’ve blogged about this one before, but my daughter did it this year with her 3rd grade class and they loved it, so I just had to share again. It’s the Nativity Scene (Joyfully Expanded) from Made by Joel. Here’s a printable nativity scene for The Birth of Lord Jesus. This one is a free nativity stencil pattern. You can also download a free manger scene for Advent if you click here. It’s from Sisters of St. Joseph/Good Ground Press and has a short form to fill out to access the download.
I don’t remember if I’ve shared this one or not, but it’s a DIY: Make Your Own Nativity from Marloes de Vries. Ministry-to-Children has this nativity playset. You can click here for a fun Nativity Fold a House Craft. “Build Your Own Nativity Printables” is a nativity based on basic shapes. Last but not least, here’s a 3D manger.
I’d also like to let you know about a couple nativity printables in my stores. I’m rather fond of them and the kids in my class have really enjoyed making and using them. I hope that you’ll check them out. First is the title, then the link to TPT, and then the link to Teachers Notebook.
That’s all that I have for you right now. I hope that you enjoy all the free printable nativities and that you’ll check out my shops to see what I have to help keep “Jesus is the reason for the season”!!