Last Christmas, we shared these ideas & freebies, but some of you weren’t here. This year, to save you some time, I’m bringing them back in case you missed them.
Ok, so maybe those aren’t the lyrics, but it’s true! (And you already have my heart anyway, kidmin leader.) Here are our top resources from Last Christmas (and Last Last Christmas and Last Last Last Christmas and Last Last Last Last Christmas too!)
There are 3 ways to use this free Christmas Nativity Printable! No matter what option you choose, it’s a fun activity for your Christmas season! Free printable available here.
Share this fun Family Census Activity Printable with the families in your ministry to complete at home, or use it as part of your Sunday morning activities! Free printable available here.
Share this fun Christmas activity with your families to help them celebrate Christmas well beyond Christmas Day! Free printable available here.
Use this fun Christmas Mad Libs game to invite kids into helping you tell a funny version of the Christmas story! In this Mad Lib game, kids will share words to fill in the blanks to help re-tell the story of an angel visiting Mary, based on Luke 1:26-38.
Here are 2 free Christmas Activity Printables to add to your holiday cheer! This freebie includes a Finish-the-Picture coloring page and a Hidden Picture coloring page. Print them to use at church or email them out for your families to use at home!
How much do you know about the famous Christmas carol “Joy to the World”? This short devotion talks about the origins of the song, and you can read it here.
Did you know that December 9 is an official holiday called “Christmas Card Day”? Here are a few ideas for how you can celebrate Christmas Card Day as a children’s ministry leader.
Here are a few ideas you could include in your Family Christmas Eve Bags to keep the celebration going even after the Christmas Eve service is over!
“Weary” is one of the best words I can think of to describe 2020 and this season of ministry. But because of what we celebrate at Christmas, because of a tiny baby in a manger, we can rejoice through the weariness. After all, without the manger, there is no cross. Read more here.