Last Christmas, I gave you these printables, but some of you weren’t here. This year, to save you some time, I’m bringing them back in cased 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 a sneak peek at what’s coming this year!

Candy Cane Printable

Looking for a last-minute gift for the children in your ministry that reminds kids about the real reason for the season? Use our Candy Cane Poem Printable!

Praise Packs Idea

Praise Packs are more than just coloring sheets to keep kids until the service is over. They are tools to help invite kids to participate in the whole service, not just the children’s moment designed for them.

Christmas Volunteer Appreciation #1

Spread some Christmas cheer to your volunteers this year using one of our free printables for Christmas volunteer appreciation gifts.

Christmas Eve Bingo

Want a fun and easy way to engage kids during a family Christmas Eve service? Make it a game! I like to give Christmas Eve Bingo Cards to kids on Christmas Eve!

Instant Christmas Pageant

If you’re looking for a fun, unique way to include children in your Christmas Eve service, but you don’t have the time or the resources to put on a full Christmas play, give the Instant Christmas Pageant a shot!

Christmas Volunteer Appreciation #2

Can’t afford the other Christmas gifts for your volunteers? Use these lower-budget Christmas Volunteer Appreciation Gift Printables!

Coming this year:

  • EVEN MORE Christmas Volunteer Appreciation Gift Printables
  • Christmas Sermon Notes for Kids (Coming December 7)
  • An out-of-the-box Christmas Event Idea (Coming December 11)
  • A Noisy Christmas Story (Coming December 14) – an interactive way to tell the Christmas story and get the whole congregation involved
  • A Free Giveaway of KidMin Nation’s New Book on Leadership (Coming December 18)

Want even more Christmas Ideas? Check out the Christmas resources in the DKM Marketplace here!

For those of you who now have the 80s Christmas song stuck in you’re head, you’re welcome.

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