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Nativity Printables

Those of you who follow my blog know that I love to post about printable nativities. This year is no exception!!

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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.

Label the Nativity  TPT  TN

The Nativity Mobile  TPT  TN

Who Is Watching Baby Jesus? Game  TPT  TN

The First Christmas Story Wheels  TPT  TN

The First Christmas Do-A-Dots  TPT  TN

Nativity Write the Room  TPT  TN

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”!!

 

 

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Cyber SALE!!

It’s time to prepare for the holidays and the best way to do that is a SALE!!

All 3 of my shops/stores will be on sale for 20%, so now’s the time to grab some great deals for now, the holidays, and into the new year!!

First, you can visit The Schoolhouse on Etsy.  Use code FRIDAY2MONDAY and get 20% off any purchase over $1 through 2 December.  To shop that sale, just click here.

Next, my shop on Teachers Notebook is on sale for 20% off from 29 November to 2 December.  If you use code PLUS15, you can get an extra 10% off!!  If you’re interested in shopping this sale, just click the banner below.

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Finally, my store at TPT is on sale for 20% off.  My sale runs 29 November to 2 December, but you can get an extra 10% off 30 November & 1 December with code SMILE for a total of 28% off!!  If you’re interested in shopping this sale, please just click the banner below.

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I always enjoy adding new resources during a sale, so keep your eyes open for any new items that you might need for the season!!  I truly appreciate you all and all that you do to help and support The Schoolhouse.  You’re what it’s all about!!
 

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Merry CHRISTmas!!

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Joseph also went up from Galilee, from the city of Nazareth, to Judea, to the city of David which is called Bethlehem, because he was of the house and family of David, in order to register along with Mary, who was engaged to him, and was with child. While they were there, the days were completed for her to give birth. And she gave birth to her firstborn son; and she wrapped Him in cloths, and laid Him in a manger, because there was no room for them in the inn.

~Luke 2:4-7

Merry CHRISTmas to all!!



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Paper Nativity

One of my favorite things about Christmas is the nativity.  It’s really what Christmas is all about.  I even have some nativities that stay out all year long.  There’s 2 of those, in fact!!  One is a music box and the other is a Native American nativity and I keep it in my curio since my house is decorated pretty much with southwest decor.

I try to pass the meaning of the nativity onto the kids in my religion class.  I encourage them to love Santa and the spirit of Christmas, but I also instill that there would be no Christmas without the birth of Jesus.  That’s the TRUE meaning of Christmas and that’s why we celebrate such a special day.  All the presents in the world don’t matter without what happened that night in the stable with the shepherds, 3 wisemen, and that wonderful birth of baby Jesus.

OurLittleBears WoodenNativityTonight, we have our class party.  This is the night for the kids to “let loose” and have some fun and eat some pizza.  However, I don’t let the night pass without some sort of lesson as well.  Our lesson will simply be doing a paper nativity craft.  My kids just love paper crafts!!  The one that we will be doing tonight is the Paper City Nativity Scene from Made by Joel.  It’s a beautiful one, but it’s simple for my kids to do tonight with the other party activities going on in class.  They can get it colored and cut-out with time to spare!!

My search for a paper nativity tonight led me to other great nativity paper crafts.  I’m going to share some of those links for you who might be looking just like I was!!  Some of them I might have shared before, but some of them were new to even me.  The first is another simple one and was my second choice for tonight.  It can be found at Kyrkkafe and was created by Susie Poole.  In case you can’t translate/read the page, scroll down to “Susie Pooles julkrubba” and click that link, which opens to the PDF file to download or print.  You can find a nativity scene at PaperToys.com in GIF or PDF format and also colored or uncolored versions.  There is also this Paper Christmas Crib, which will need to be translated too.  To make it easy though, just click on each character and the pattern will open.

Over at the Making Friends site, they have a paper doll friends nativity scene.  It takes a bit of ink as it’s all in color, but they do have a bw variety using their making friends paper dolls and have full instructions for whichever you choose.  Here is a nativity scene that’s as simple as print and fold!!  ScrapbookScrapbook has a beautiful free printable Christmas nativity.  I’ve done this one before and it turns out great!!  There’s a fantastic set of paper dolls and nativity at Design Dazzle.  These are so versatile!!  They can be used to retell the story as puppets/paper dolls, on a felt board, on a cookie sheet, and many other ways too.  There are some Christmas nativity paper toys at Samantha Eynon.  (I didn’t find these where it says that they should be to download, so if you find them, let me know!!)

There is “no room at the inn” that’s a paper nativity scene, circa 1976.  My Little House several Christmas nativity printables to check out.  First, there’s a pop-up card in color or bw.  There’s also a Christmas coloring tract to make for yourself or share!!  He’s also created the town of Bethlehem into a paper toy (in 4 parts).  It’s amazing!!  Just as amazing is his paper toy for the nativity story.  Activity Village has several nativity printables that include a mobile, finger puppets, felt board story patterns, coloring pages, and more.  MakingLearningFun has a full set of nativity toilet paper tube puppets.  At the same site, you’ll also find a nativity felt board set, nativity stable hang up, nativity story retelling pieces and many more things.  Just type in “nativity” in the search box on the home page and it’ll give a long list, about 3 pages, of printable nativity pages.

Deviant Monk has a nice and simple paper nativity.  Nativity finger puppets can be found at Craftaholics Anonymous.  Over at Prepared Not Scared!, she’s shared things she made and used for The Nativity Play.  You’ll find the story packet and a complete nativity scene to put on chipboard, felt board, or many other things.  You’ll find mobiles and dioramas at Daily Coloring Pages.  Kids can make a paper nativity from Faith Kids Sunday School Bible Bytes and it comes in color or bw.  At Design You Trust, they have a pop-up nativity (which links to the original creator site to download here).  The Redheaded Hostess has nativity paper dolls that are so cute!!

There’s a great paper nativity card at Amy’s Free Ideas.  There’s actually 2 of them….a quick nativity scene card and a deluxe 3-D nativity card scene.  One that I know I’ve shared before is the printable nativity for kids using toilet paper rolls at Catholic Icing.  They also have a printable nativity Advent chain that would be a great project!!  There’s a make your own nativity set at Marloes de Vries and it can be printed in bw or color.  The Simple Home has a build your own nativity that’s using basic shapes and is great for all ages.  At Lucy Paintbox, they have several free nativity printables in bw to color or in full color.  You’ll find a Christmas picture and cards, a color and cut out one-page nativity, nativity figures and a couple other things!!  There’s an easy diy nativity set at Prudent Baby that’s meant to be used on printable fabric, but paper would work as well.

Simply Better at Home has an easy and fun magnetic nativity project.  She gives directions how to make the magnetic board and a link to the nativity characters that she used.  One of my favorite sites is Ministry-to-Children.com and they have a printable nativity activity sheet.  There’s a nativity scene at Bob’s Crafts that has a skill rating of average for an adult and difficult for a child, but might be a great do-together project!!  This is a nativity color page and I know it’s not a paper craft, but I just really like it and it’s available in 2 sizes.  On the subject of nativity pictures to color, there’s 6 pages of them at NetMums, where you’ll also find a nativity scene Advent calendar.  Kids & Glitter has a nativity stable scene that will take some time to make and it will probably be a family project, but it’s something to be cherished for years.

Paper Crafts Square has a nativity set Version 1 and Version 2, which are linked to another site with the templates to download.  I think these have been previously shared, maybe in their original links, but still worth checking into.  The Wisdom of Gavroche has Christmas paperdolls for Mary (pregnant and with baby Jesus) and Joseph.  At DigiProp, they have a diy Advent calendar that’s a nativity scene and of all things, it’s made of match boxes!!  Sarah Jane has a nativity puppet theater that I’m just in love with!!  You’ll also find coloring pages and figures for the story, A Christmas Goodnight.  There’s a beautiful stained glass nativity here, here, and here….which were all inspired by each other.

If you’re looking to purchase, you can find these nativity paper dolls at Mo’s Digital Pencil TooBible Kids Fun Zone has lots of nativity printables, including a paper nativity craft on the membership site.  At Cottage Arts, they have a fold-out nativity project.  It recommends purchasing their kits, but it might also give you ideas to use things you have on hand or perhaps parts of the free paper crafts above.  Rainbow Resource Center also has an Easy-t0-Make Nativity Scene.  At Paper Model Kiosk, they have a variety of paper nativities for free and to purchase.  Over at Kiki & Company, you can get a free Paper Tots Nativity Set if you purchase the Christmas Countdown House.  On Etsy, you can purchase a nativity scene paper theater.

I think that’s about all the paper nativity crafts there is.  I did a lot of research on this looking for the right one to do with my class tonight.  I’m sure there’s more out there, but I don’t think that I missed very many!!  HAHA  I hope that you enjoy them and that you find one….or more….that’s right for you and your family or class.


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Meet Ralph Elf

We have a new member in our family. Well, our holiday family, that is.  Yesterday, we officially adopted Ralph Elf.  He’s direct relation to all those other helpers to Santa, Elf on a Shelf.

Kiddo and I went shopping yesterday and for a couple years now, we’ve been saying we should get one.  She told me she didn’t get how they could possibly work.  (I just love how she plays along!!)  Finally yesterday, she decided it was time.  Leaving the store, I told her that she gets to name it.  I jokingly said he looks like a “Ralph” and Ralph Elf  was “born” and became ours!!

We went home and promptly filled out all his information and his new family name.  We printed out our adoption certificate so we could keep it close by him.  Miss K read the story to the dogs and they listened with great intent.  I about know what they were thinking…..FINALLY, we won’t be the only spoiled naughty ones in the house!!  We set Ralph on the tv cabinet with some other decorations and said that we hoped he’d be a good boy and just return there each night.

No such luck!!  This is where we found Ralph Elf this morning….

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Click to enlarge Ralph Elf on Day 1

Now this is a definite no-no!!  That decoration is very old and delicate.  But sure enough, there he is enjoying a ride on the reindeer.  SHEESH  The kid in the picture is pretty cute too, isn’t she!?!?  It was a few years ago, but she’s still alright for a teen!!  HAHA

I’ll keep you posted on our newest holiday family member.  Right now, I’m just hoping that he doesn’t find too much trouble or he might get a punishment!!  By the way, if you head over to the Elf on the Shelf site, they have some really fun games that we wasted a fair amount of time playing yesterday afternoon.  HAHA

 

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Advent Wreath – A Paper Craft

This week, I did an Advent Wreath paper craft with my class.  We had so much fun doing this.  It was quite a bit of work for them to do, but they loved being busy and seeing their final product.  They just love to take their projects home!!

This is a 4 candle wreath.  I know some households and churches place a white candle in the middle, but we don’t teach it that way.  You could print out an extra candle if it’s your choice to teach it that way in your class or home.

Here’s a sample of how this craft could be completed (click to enlarge)….

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There are several ways to decorate this craft.  Some suggestions are to use buttons or fake holly berries or add red glitter to the paper holly berries.  Use fake holly leaves on the wreath instead of the paper ones or add glitter to the veins in the paper holly leaves.  Candles could be colored with crayon, markers, or wrapped in tissue paper.  The flames could be covered in glitter and placed on the candle the week that the candle is lit.  There are also 4 labels to place on the candles for what each one stands for.  There are several possibilities for this paper craft!!

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The templates, clipart and craft © The Schoolhouse and may not be used in any other manner without permission.

I hope that you and your kids or class enjoy this craft project.  If you do this project at home or in class, please just leave me a comment or use the “contact” button in the right hand column.  I’d love to hear from you and see how your project turns out!!



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Merry CHRISTmas

To all my family and friends….
To all my readers and followers….
I want to wish you all a very Merry CHRISTmas and hope that you all are blessed by the true spirit of CHRISTmas and that you keep Jesus in your heart as we celebrate his birthday today.

 

 

 



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Oh Holy Night Number Strip Puzzles

It’s time for Nativity A Day and the 18th posting of it!!  Yes, that means that there’s only 2 more to go and I’ve still missed 3 of them.  I think I did anyways.  I’ll have to go back and count again because one day I missed, but the next day I did a double.  If I only counted that as 1, then it should actually be 2 and I’ll have only missed 2.  Time to count!!  HAHA

On with the Nativity A Day for today though.  I have a pretty big variety of number strip puzzles.  Some are horizontal and some are vertical.  There’s one for counting 0-12 and one for 1-10.  There’s also 2 for skip counting by 5 and 10 and one each of skip counting by 2 and 3.  I love all the images that I used and I used a variety of fonts.  We all know about my font addiction!!  HAHA

Nativity Illustrations and Images © Internet Sources and believed to be public domain.

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Nativity, What Do You See? Mini-Book

Today is the 16th posting of Nativity A Day and after a couple busy days this weekend of not being able to post it, I’m back on track!!  I’m really proud of this one and so happy with how it turned out.

Today’s Nativity A Day is a mini-book called Nativity, What Do You See? and it’s based on the Brown Bear, Brown Bear concept.  I recommend printing the cover on card stock and the pages on paper.  The pages of can be printed front and back to save on paper, or printed off separately by the sheet.  The cover is slightly larger than the pages, so they should tuck in nicely and then be stapled close to the fold to hold them in.

NOTE:  I just printed the book out and I should have been more specific in the directions.  The back of each page should be printed upside down so that when it’s lifted to be read, it’s facing down and goes into the next page.  I know this doesn’t make much sense because I’m not good at describing, but take my word!!  So, if you print all the top pages, then flip them over upside down and print the backs.  Or, if your printer is like mine and does front/back printing, have it flip in the short edge instead of the long edge.  Hope this helps!!

Nativity graphics © DigiDoodleDoo with permission.

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UPDATE:  Being a mom of 1, I know that printing the other book is quite a bit of extra paper and ink.  So, I created another book, just for ONE!!  It’s identical to the other book, but just one book prints out per page, instead of two.  Be sure to read above about printing front and back so that when the pages are turned up, they can read without having flip the book over.  I have printed this out and it works great!!  You can find the new Nativity, What Do You See? mini-book for one here.

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Nativity Pre-Writing Practice

Today is the 15th post in Nativity A Day and it’s for little ones.

Today’s Nativity A Day is pre-writing practice sheets.  There’s 4 pages for different stages.  First off is strait lines and they get thinner with smaller dashes as you go down the page.  Next is some strait lines with a curve and square edge tracing.  The next page is different sizes of curves and the last page is different sizes of square edges.

Nativity graphics © JW Illustration with permission.

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Nativity Bean Bag Toss

Today is the 12th post in Nativity A Day.  Today’s idea is not my own, but I made it mine….in my way and I hope that you and the kids enjoy it.

Today’s Nativity A Day is Nativity Bean Bag Toss.  One or more players can play by tossing a bean bag at the letters from the nativity in the order that they’re called out.  You can play where it’s required that the letters are played in the correct order to spell “nativity”.  It could be played in the same manner using darts.

Don’t worry that baby Jesus is having bean bags or darts thrown at him!!  I put the letter in the large open door of the stable and then the adorable nativity characters are visible in the open window.  Each letter mat has a different nativity character.

Nativity graphics © AnnieThingsPossible with permission.

Original game concept from Erica @ Confessions of a Homeschooler.

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Nativity Bingo

It’s time for the 10th Nativity A Day post.  I can’t believe how many of these I still have left to do!!  I keep wondering if I’m going to make it or if I need to change my strategy and do a few less posts the rest of the time.  I think my biggest fear is that I’m going to do it all now and then never be able to come up with a new idea to ever do with the nativity again!!

Oh well, can’t worry about that!!  Today’s Nativity A Day is Nativity Bingo.  There’s a total of 12 cards, so plenty can play.  If you need more than 12, just print about double the cards and issue 2 prizes for winning.  Every card should have every nativity element on it.  I just mixed up the locations!!  There’s no “free space” since every image plays.  Also, I made calling cards.  They can be used as is and the nativity figure called can just be marked off (laminate and use a dry erase marker), or you can cut them apart and players can draw the nativity figure that will be called next.  So, lots of variety with this game!!

Nativity clipart © Northumberland.

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