Christmas Nativity ~ FREE Booklets for Kids

FREE Christmas Nativity poster with Bible verse from Luke 2:10-11; free printable

Want to tell your children the real Christmas story? Here are some great free printable Nativity booklets and articles for kids you may like to check out, and when you have done that, check out the Christmas Master List for 500+ FREE Nativity colouring pages, FREE Nativity puzzles, FREE Nativity crafts, FREE Happy Birthday Jesus, FREE Nativity stationery, FREE Nativity posters, FREE Nativity paper gifts, and all things Nativity for kids… enjoy!

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CHRISTMAS NATIVITY ~ BOOKLETS FOR KIDS ~ FREE PRINTABLE

Jesus, The Ultimate Royal Baby – FREE article for kids  (Paper Gifts for Estefany) Christmas is the time of year when we celebrate the birth of The King of Kings. Compare the birth of Jesus Christ – the Messiah (who was born a king, actually the King of kings) – to the birth of a royal baby. Jesus was once a royal baby. In fact, THE most special royal baby ever.… free article for kids with matching paper gifts – poster, bookmarks, wallet cards, note cards, envelope, envelope liner, stationery; free printable

The Ultimate Royal Baby - Christmas article for kids; free printable

The Genealogy of Jesus Christ – FREE article for kids  (Paper Gifts for Estefany) Why are there two family trees of Jesus Christ in the Bible? Why is Joseph listed in both family trees? What is the virgin birth all about? Why did Jesus have to be born of a virgin? Free article for kids dealing with these tricky questions. And matching paper gifts – poster, bookmarks, wallet cards, note cards, envelope, envelope liner, stationery; free printable

FREE Genealogy of Jesus - Christmas article for kids; free printable

The Promised Lamb – cartoon booklet for kids  (answersingenesis) 4 page booklet about the life of Christ from His birth in Bethlehem to His death, Resurrection, and future return to reign on earth. Kids will learn: God had a plan to rescue sinners even before He created the universe; The Passover lamb is a picture of Jesus, the Lamb of God; When Jesus came to earth, He was killed for our sins, but He rose from the dead to save us from death; The most important decision you’ll ever make is believing that Jesus died for your sins and rose again; in colour; free printable

The First Christmas – 4 page booklet  (creation.com; scroll down to ‘The First Christmas’) The Lord Jesus, whose birth we celebrate at Christmas, is none other than the Creator God who brought the whole universe into existence. In the Gospel of John, Jesus is called “the Word” of God (or in Greek, the logos). John tells us that, “All things were made through Him, and without Him was not any thing made that was made” (John 1:1–3). And the Apostle Paul, speaking of Jesus, tells us that all things in heaven and on earth, visible and invisible “were created by Him and for Him” (Colossians 1:16). The first mention of Jesus in the Bible is in the promise given to Adam and Eve immediately after they had sinned against God…; nicely illustrated and in colour; free printable

Seven ‘C’s’ of Gospel History #6 – Christ  (creation.com; click on the ‘print’ button at the top of the page to download) Just over 2,000 years ago, a baby boy was born in the town of Bethlehem in Judea. He was unlike any other boy who has ever been born, because He was the Son of God. His name was Jesus. Angels announced His birth to shepherds, and then, later, ‘wise men’ came to worship Him. We call Him the Lord Jesus Christ… When Jesus was born, God was keeping the promise He had made to Adam and Eve, after they disobeyed Him in the Garden of Eden and brought the curse of death into the world (Genesis 3). This promise was that one day God would send a Saviour to rescue us from the power of satan… To be our Saviour, Jesus had to be one of us… there is no other Saviour (Acts 4:12). The one and only way to God is through Jesus (John 14:6); nicely illustrated and in colour; free printable

God’s Unfolding Story – Nativity story booklet for kids  (sundayschoolzone) from the prophets to the birth of Jesus; 135 pages in colour and nicely illustrated (the pages look small enough that they could also be condensed); free printable

Christmas Nativity – cartoon story booklets  (mylittlehouse) Two Miraculous Babies; Jesus is Born; An Angel visits Joseph; The Visit of the Magi; Baby Jesus meets Simeon and Anna in the Temple; in colour or to colour; some are also available in French, Spanish, Portuguese; free printable

Christmas Nativity – booklets  (ministry-to-children) 3 story booklets of 2 or 3 pages each about the birth of Jesus – The Wise Men, The Stable, The Shepherds; ‘Twas the night of Jesus’ birth – booklet  taken from the Christmas poem ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas’ and rewritten into a booklet for kids; free printable

Birth of Jesus – mini book  (Biblefunforkids) to make for younger children; Birth of Jesus – book  a short book about the birth of Jesus in colour, to colour, or Spanish; Tiny Baby Jesus – flip chart; free printable

Christmas Nativity – DIY booklets for kids  (amysfreeideas; scroll to the end of the page to download) 3 booklets to make and colour, using a smaller version (4 fit on one page) of the illustrations shown on the page, making them just the right size for making into booklets; Mary visits Elizabeth through Birth of Jesus; Wise men follow the star and give gifts to Jesus; the wise men go home a different way as Joseph takes his family to Egypt; free printable

Good news – colouring and story book  (goodnewscoloringbook) the story of the Lord Jesus from Christmas to the cross; available in many different languages including French, Spanish, Portuguese, Kinyarwanda, Indonesian and even Amharic. There are also some in dual languages if your child is learning another language. I sent my sponsored children this book a few pages at a time, starting at Christmas and finishing nicely with the resurrection; free printable

Jesus loves me – booklet  (basictraining) a beautiful story book in colour or to colour with a Gospel message, explaining how Christmas fits into the 7C’s of God’s history from creation and corruption through to Christmas and the cross; and how Adam’s and Eve’s sin relates to us today. The Bible says that sin leads to death. But because God loved Adam and Eve He brought a lamb to die in their place. The lamb did not sin. The lamb did not deserve to die. God also promised Adam and Eve that He would send a Saviour to pay for the sins of the entire world, so that anyone who believes in Him could be saved from their sin; God Himself became our lamb; 22 pages that can be sent a few pages at a time to your sponsored child; also available in Spanish; free printable

Christmas Nativity – cartoon booklet for kids  (freekidstories) 7 page English-Spanish booklet with very simple text; Little Drummer Boy – cartoon booklet for kids 2 page Nativity booklet with the words of the ‘Little Drummer Boy’ song; free printable

Christmas Nativity – Alphabet for kids  (max7) one-page sheet with something about the Christmas Nativity for each letter of the alphabet; add your own doodles; free printable

Matthew 1; Matthew 2  (doodlethroughtheBible) one-page cartoon summary telling the Christmas story in a doodle style; in colour or to colour; free printable

Christmas story  (flandersfamily) one-page sheet to colour as you read or memorise the Christmas story from Luke 2; free printable

Jesus’ birth – story booklet  (ebibleteacher; click on the ‘Flipbook Bible Stories’ image) a story booklet in stick figure form; scroll down the page to see thumbnails from the booklet; or use the idea to make up your own story booklet; free printable

Why a virgin birth? – article  (Dr Chuck Missler; click on the ‘print this article’) God announced very early that His plan for redemption involved the Messiah being brought forth from the tribe of Judah, and specifically from the line of David. The succession of subsequent kings proved to be, with only a few exceptions, a dismal chain. As the succeeding kings of Judah went from bad to worse, we eventually encounter Jeconiah (also known as Jehoiachin), upon whom God pronounces a “blood curse” … This curse created a rather grim and perplexing paradox: the Messiah had to come from the royal line, yet now there was a”blood curse” on that very line of descent! (I always visualize a celebration in the councils of Satan on that day. But then I imagine God turning to His angels, saying,”Watch this one!”)… an incredible checkmate, a master stroke on God’s behalf. If you’ve ever been curious about the 3 missing kings from Matthew’s genealogy who were blotted out of the legal record due to their idolatry; the blood curse that God put on Jeconiah’s royal line where the Messiah was to come from and how He could only overcome this difficulty with a virgin birth; the adoption of Joseph as the son of Heli; plus the temporary convergence of the two genealogies of Jesus Christ… there is lots of great information here. Share a snippet with your child or print off the whole article.

Who were the mysterious magi? – article  (Dr Chuck Missler; click on the ‘print this article’)  “…the Magi, in their dual priestly and governmental office, composed the upper house of the Council of the Megistanes (“magistrates”) whose duties included the absolute choice and election of the king of the realm. It was therefore a group of Persian-Parthian “king makers” who entered Jerusalem in the latter days of the reign of Herod. Herod’s reaction was understandably one of fear…” Share a snippet with your child or print off the whole article.

A Christmas Promise:  The Scepter of Judah  (Dr Chuck Missler; click on the ‘print this article’)  examining prophetic events in the Old Testament heralding the coming of a Saviour. Share a snippet with your child or print off the whole article.

A Christmas Devotional:  The Deity of Christ  (Dr Chuck Missler; click on the ‘print this article’)  Why is Jesus Christ so special? Why do billions of people celebrate his birth? Why do we believe that Jesus was the Messiah? What if he was just a man? Does it really make a difference? Share a snippet with your child or print off the whole article.

The Origins of our Christmas Traditions – article  (Dr Chuck Missler; click on the ‘print this article’) “…it is disturbing to discover that much of what we have been taught about the Christmas season seems to be more tradition than truth…” Share a snippet with your child or print off the whole article.

Christmas ~ Celebrating Christ  (blueletterBible) A selection of Bible commentaries (text or audio) and Christmas carols in honour of the birth of Christ and the events surrounding it, for those seeking to study further this great moment in history. Share a snippet with your child or print off the whole article.

12 symbols of Christmas explained – booklet  (ministry-to-children) a mini-booklet for teaching children the meaning of Christmas from a Christian perspective – trees, ornaments, cookies, wreath, bell, gifts, bows and ribbon, holly, candle, angel, candy cane, stars – and how they all became part of Christmas; free printable

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3 thoughts on “Christmas Nativity ~ FREE Booklets for Kids

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  2. I love this stuff! I just printed off 2 coloring books, One in Swahili and one in Spanish for my kids. Remember the post you did awhile back about the comic book style story of Jesus in the different languages? I sent the spanish one to Eduar and I got a not from his mom that he was so excited. Not only him but all his friends and brother and cousins as well. You are making it easy for me, but you are the real unsung hero here. Good onya, my friend! :-)

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    • Thanks Kathy! So pleased you dropped by. Yeah, I really liked the dual language ones too. It helps to know what you are sending, if you can read at least one of the languages! I think even the adults like comics. I know I do. When I bought those Manga Comic Book Bibles (Messiah and Mutiny) for our kids a while back, I couldn’t put them down! I read the whole thing through in one hit. And then Monica wrote and told us Messiah was her favorite book! I just love finding these little treats for our precious kids! All of them! : )

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