If you’re looking for a religious Christmas craft or an easy craft to go along with a Sunday School lesson, you will like this nativity craft. It is made only with paper and it comes with a nativity character printable, for your convenience.
After we have created our paper angels, I thought of adding more Christ-centered Christmas crafts to our collection of 200+ easy crafts for kids.
We love Santa crafts, elf crafts and reindeer crafts. But if we want to teach kids about the true meaning of Christmas, we need to turn to religion and talk to them about baby Jesus and how he was born. An idea like our nativity craft is a fun way to do it at home or during the Sunday School.
This craft is very easy. All you have to do is print out the template, cut out the patterns and glue them together. This makes it perfect for kids as young as preschoolers who will get a chance to practice their fine motor skills. Older kids will also love the simplicity of the craft and the beautiful outcome.
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- Nativity printable
- white paper stock
How to make a Baby Jesus Is Born craft
Print the Nativity template on white cardstock paper.
Cut out all the patterns: baby Jesus, Mary, Joseph, the star, the straw, the stable, the stable frame and the manger.
Start by gluing the stable frame on top of the stable.
Add the star on top of the stable.
Glue Mary and Joseph on the stable pattern, one on each side of the stable.
Glue the manger in the middle of the stable. Add the straw on top of the manger and baby Jesus on top of the straw.