There’s one Christmas tradition I like a lot, and that’s storytelling. When my kids were young, we always told the Nativity story on Christmas Eve, because that’s the reason we have a Christmas celebration in the first place. There are a lot of other great Christmas Stories, and here are three kits for telling them. In a kit, you get a story, some visual aids to help tell the story, activities to go with the story, as well as instructions and suggestions.
You’ve probably seen those cute puppets people make with paper bags. They’re easy and inexpensive to make. The problem is finding some to make, or making them yourself, right?
Well, here’s a FREE book download with literally dozens of paper puppets you can make. There are scripture characters, animals, and even objects such as scriptures. Just print off the one or two pages needed. Follow the instructions to color, cut out, and mount the pieces with tape or glue onto the paper bags, and you have your own paper bag puppet!
We teach using scriptures all the time, and one of the best ways to help children to love them is to use educational and entertaining activities. Testimonies of the scriptures grow when they are internalized. Here’s a FREE book download to help.
Christmas is coming, and I have a couple of FREE gifts for you! Try these for sharing time, classroom, FHE, or anytime. Piccola is a little girl who was very, very good, but her parents were sad because they had no money for a gift. Tell this moving story about a little child’s faith. Continue reading
Years ago, someone gave my family a Christmas gift of a story with visual aids called “Teach the Children.” The little felt pieces and story have long since gotten lost, but the story was a family tradition for many years. Continue reading
I have a LOT of FREE DOWNLOADS for you this week! Huzzah!
First, there’s the entire series of 2016 Primary Theme books! Continue reading