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Interactive Nativity image
An image to talk to children about Christmas. Scroll the mouse over the image and click on the links to get all kinds of informative knowledge.
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Interactive image for kindergarten Christmas songs
A lot of songs about the first Christmas. Scroll the mouse over the image and click on the links to sing the songs.
Words with pictures are a fantastic tool for learning new vocabulary. A copy of the words can also be kept in the word work or writing center.
Nativity memory matching game
Print the pages twice. Cut out the game pieces. Mix them up and place them face down on the table. Begin the game by one piece turning over, then another. If they match, put them in a pile. If they don’t match, turn both pieces over and try again. Repeat until you’ve made all 12 matches.
Christmas nativity game for kindergarten
Find the Christmas child!
A simple Christmas game. Go as a shepherd looking for the Christmas child. The players throw the dice on their turn and move their shepherd as many steps forward as the number they throw. Who is the first with the Child in the stable. On a star with a beam you know the way extra well and you can go to the star at the end of the beam.
Preparation: Print the game board on A3 format and the game paens and dice on A4 format. Cut out the pawns and dice. Give cut pieces in the pedestals and slide them to the pawns.
Christmas figures for blocks center
Simple templates to build nativity figures in the blocks center.
Nativity scene in a shoe box
Make a beautiful nativity scene shoe box. Download and printout the images. The children color the pictures and cut them out. A shoe box is required for every child. In the lid of the shoebox the children use a pin to prick a hole. A colored kite paper is glued to the inside of this hole. The bottom and sides in the box are painted. The figures are glued to the bottom of the box. The angels are attached to the lid. Small pieces of straw are laid on the bottom of the box.
Window decoration angel
For this beautiful window hanger you need a cardboard board, a piece of organza, watercolor, a round woodsie, star stickers, crepe paper and printed paper.
The children first cut a round piece from the middle of the board. Then they color the plate border with gold or silver watercolor. When this is dry, the organza is glued behind the board.
From Christmas paper, which you can download below, an elongated triangle is cut for the body. Behind this paper a half cake paper is glued. The angel is glued to the organza on the right side. The hair is a tuft of cotton wool. The face is drawn and movable eyes are used. Star-shaped sticky figures are attached above the little angel. A silver or gold ribbon crepe paper is stapled from above to hang this artwork in front of the window.