FREE Printable Nativity Masks or Color Your Own Masks and Story Script

December 13, 2016

Carrie Fernandez


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One of the most meaningful things you can do with your children at Christmastime is to read the nativity story together. A donkey, a pregnant belly, sheep, the night sky, and a baby – kids love this story! Help your children take an active roll in this beautiful true account of when God humbled Himself and put on human flesh to rescue the world.

You can print these fun nativity masks and allow them to help you tell the story. Or you can read it to them, and then ask them to act it back out to you. Not only will you make memories, you can count this toward your Bible time! If you’re looking for something easy to act out, there’s a Nativity Script Complete With Songs. Or if you’re looking for something with more of a craft aspect, you can print off the Color Your Own Masks option. This would make a fantastic co-op Bible lesson as well. Kids love to playact and there’s no end to the fun that can be had with these masks and this Story of all stories!

nativitymaskClick here to download your free printable!

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