Merry Christmas! Let's celebrate the birth of Jesus with these religious christmas crafts kids.
Christmas is not just about Santa and presents, there is a very religious meaning behind this holiday. It is Jesus' birthday! So not only it is "merry christmas" its "happy birthday" too!
These crafts will help to celebrate the religious part of Christmas.
What You Will Learn on This Page:Christmas Star: Get some coloured popsicle sticks (or paint some plain ones) and re-create the Christmas star to help mark the birth place of our Lord.
Baby Jesus: Create you very own baby Jesus to place under the tree.
Hand Print Dove: Using your hands, a little paint and a piece of construction paper you can make a beautiful dove.
The Christmas star helped to lead the way to baby Jesus. It is a very important aspect of Christmas and its tons of fun as Christmas crafts kids can do!
Paint all sides of each of your popsicle sticks with the glitter paint.
We used a gold paint, so it doesn't stand out tons, but sparkles nicely on the tree.
Allow to dry.
Glue your sticks together, in the shape of a star. Allow to dry.
Light the way to the Lord! Or just decorate your tree! Use string or fishing line to hang these up.
Create you very own baby Jesus to place under the tree.
Cut the top off the Kleenex box. Cover the Kleenex box with brown tissue paper, glue it in place.
Fill the Kleenex box with the yellow basket shred.
Cover the toilet paper roll with the blue construction paper.
Paint the Styrofoam ball peach. Let it dry.
Once dry, draw on two closed eyes. Glue the head to the toilet paper roll.
Lie baby Jesus in his manger.
Using your hands, a little paint and a piece of construction paper you can make a beautiful dove.
Dip your hand in the white paint, place it in the middle of the paper.
Once this is dry, paint green leaves along a vine coming out of the mouth of your dove.
Use the marker to draw on an eye, and a wing in the center of the hand.
A few religious Christmas crafts Kids to keep the holidays packed with creativity and fun.
These are a great way to help teach the kids all about the stories that surround the religious reason for Christmas.