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These simple and sweet kid-made nativity Christmas ornaments will look wonderful on your tree this year and for years to come!
There is nothing more special than to pull out the Christmas decorations and reminisce about all the kid-made ornaments before they go on the tree. I love looking back at the ornaments my kids have made over the years.
These nativity Christmas ornaments are simple enough for kids to make, and you’ll treasure them for years to come.
Nativity Christmas Ornaments
Whether you hang this stained glass nativity ornament in the window or on the tree, it’ll look gorgeous with the light shining behind it.
With a few paint sticks and square dowel rods, you can make this lovely manger ornament to add to your collection of nativity Christmas ornaments.
If, like me, you’ve got a collection of washi tape in your craft space, you can use it to make a simple washi tape nativity ornament for your tree.
While this felt nativity ornament is sewn, it could definitely be done with glue so that your preschoolers can make a cute handmade ornament.
This beautiful stained glass nativity ornament is perfect for little ones. The printable templates make them a great no-prep activity for your preschoolers.
Your little LEGO fans will love creating this LEGO nativity! Add a string, and you can hang it on the tree.
This beautiful lighted nativity ornament will look beautiful hanging on your tree. It’s super easy to make, and each one will be unique!
With just a few simple supplies, your preschoolers can make these nativity tree decorations. Not only will they look great on YOUR tree, but kids can make extras to give to loved ones.
Craft sticks and fabric come together to create an easy nativity ornament in this simple tutorial.
Here’s another simple popsicle stick manger craft that your preschoolers can make this season. It’s simple enough for Sunday School classes, as well.
You won’t believe how easy it is to turn an old plastic laundry scoop into a super cute miniature nativity decoration.
This set of nativity ornaments is as simple as print, color, and hang!
Preschool Books About the Nativity
Fill your book basket with a great collection of books about the nativity. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
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The Christmas Baby – When Mary and Joseph’s child was born, the good tidings spread from the animals in the manger, to the shepherds in the fields, to the kings in distant lands, and even to the angels in the heavens!
Christmas in the Manger – With a simple, lyrical text and radiant artwork, this book is perfect for the youngest child to be a part of the wonder of the Nativity.
The First Christmas – The First Christmas will fill you with the warmth and love of the true meaning of Christmas like nothing else will. With each poetic turn of the page, you will feel as though you are present in the stable in Bethlehem as the events of The First Christmas unfold, beginning with Isaiah’s proclamation of, “For unto us a child is born.”