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- The Birth of Jesus Writing Prompts
- Extra ideas on how to use these writing prompts
- What is included in Birth of Jesus Christmas Writing Prompts pack
- Read more Christ-centered posts, Advent activities and resources
- Find Christ-Centered Christmas Decor & Gifts Here
How about some Christmas Writing Prompts to get your kids’ hearts ready for the Holidays?
The holidays are quickly approaching. That means it is time to start shifting our focus from everyday work toward lessons that focus our hearts and minds on Christ and His birth.
Having Christ-centered, fun and engaging printables is important. Children learn so much better when they are engaged. When planning your Christ-centered Christmas lessons, you should think a bit more outside of the box – errr, workbook! Easy to use printables are great for doing just that.
The Birth of Jesus Writing Prompts
Christmas writing prompts are a great tool to get your children interested in writing while learning more about the Christmas story. After all, Jesus is the reason for the season, right? And let’s be honest, it is not so easy to find good Christ-centered homeschool resources out there. So we created one for our family and for yours too.
Even the most reluctant writer can have fun using writing prompts. They are a great starting point for your child to allow their imaginations to run wild!
- Your children can pretend to be Wisemen on a trek to meet our savior.
- They get to write a song that the angels would sing to Baby Jesus. (This is my personal favorite!)
Their creativity will begin to flow as they try to decide what gift from today’s time they would offer to Jesus if they were there. Take your writing prompts further!
Extra ideas on how to use these writing prompts
- Share the stories with family and friends!
- Mail them out in cards.
- Take them to a nursing home and gift them to shut-ins!
- Spend some time with your children coming up with your own fun writing prompts. – If you do this, come back and share what you came up with in the comments. I would love to read them!
What is included in Birth of Jesus Christmas Writing Prompts pack
• 8 Different writing Prompts
• 6 Lined writing pages – 3 with manuscript lines and 3 with double-spaced lines
This pack is for children ages 7+ and parents who want to join in on the fun of the season.
So grab your Christmas writing prompts printable, bake some cookies, pump up the Christmas songs and have some fun while teaching your kids all about the only reason to celebrate the season – Jesus!
Don’t forget to comment and share with us how your kids will enjoy this printables!
Download The Birth of Jesus Writing Prompts
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