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Kids Mode hides stuff that’s just for parents and adds some fun. Enjoy!
This Christmas season, learn how God promised to send a Savior, how God prepared for Jesus’ birth, and how Jesus’ coming brings joy.
From the beginning, God had a plan to save us from our sins. He promised
a Savior who would be born of a virgin.
Play a fun game of musical chairs to see if you understand the true hope of Christmas.
There were 2,000 years
from Abraham’s promise to the Savior, Jesus.
Color the shapes marked with dots one color. Color the rest of the shapes with other
What did the angel Gabriel say to Mary? Use the decoder wheel to find out!
Start at the number 1, draw a line
to number 2. Keep going until you
finish the picture then color it.
Fill in the missing words to complete the memory verse.
God is eternal, so he has always known that Jesus would be the Savior!
See how many words you can find!
As you give these jars to someone, I hope you’ll remember all the
preparation God made to send Jesus, the perfect gift.
Because Jesus was placed in a manger, many people think that he was
born in a stable or a barn. However, the word inn in our Bible actually means a guest
room in a house.
Joseph and Mary traveled about 70 miles from Nazareth to Bethlehem before Jesus was born.
Play a fun game to see if you understand how much preparation went into the first Christmas.
God loved us so much that he sent Jesus to earth to die for our sins. Sending his special gift
that first Christmas took some preparation.
Is the statement true or false?
We can hope and trust that what God says will really happen
because God always keeps his promises.
This Christmas the greatest gift you can receive will not be under the
Christmas tree or in your stocking; it is the gift God sent of his Son,
In this lesson, we’ll talk about some people who wanted to see Jesus and the joy they felt when they saw the Savior.
Can you solve the crossword puzzle using clues from the joy of Christmas lesson?
What does the star remind you of at Christmastime?
See how well you understand the joy of Christmas by playing this fun game!
Justin and Jessie are in the Christmas play at school.
Their neighbor Matt comes to see the play, but
didn’t expect it to be like this! Find out what’s so
As Jessie and Emily turned the corner, they saw something
very strange—the Christmas tree was shivering.
The branches shook and trembled.
Justin, his two-year-old
sister, Ellie, and their parents hurried
into the Christmas Tree Barn, excited to find the
best Christmas tree.
Enjoy these excerpts from Christmas Town at the Creation Museum, and learn the true meaning of Christmas.