Here’s a collection of the sweetest nativity crafts for kids to make this Christmas! Explore the story of Jesus’ birth in a hands-on way with these simple and adorable crafts and activities.

First, here are some printable Advent Tree Devotions to do with kids. Study the story of Jesus from creation to His birth with short daily Bible readings and a devotion to go with them. These are perfect for families to do together!

And then here are some of our favorite Christ-centered Christmas songs to listen to throughout the season.

Turn your LEGO Duplo bricks into a Nativity Puzzle with this fun printable from I Can Teach My Child.

I used acrylic paint as well as paint pens to make these Nativity Story Stones. There are also printable story cards to go with them! You’ll use these year after year – so fun for preschoolers.

Here’s another great set of Nativity Story Stones from Rainy Day Mum.

Make a Stained Glass Nativity with this printable template from Housing a Forest.

Preschoolers will love this nativity sensory bin with Wooden Peg Nativity Characters.

What a sweet Paper Plate Manger Craft! Love this idea from The Chaos and the Clutter, and you probably have the supplies on hand.

Make a Lighted Nativity Ornament from I Can Teach My Child. So cool.

This Baby in the Manger Craft is so sweet, and preschoolers will love cutting the hay to put in the manger.

Use clothespins to make this adorable nativity ornament with Mary, Joseph, and Baby Jesus. The original tutorial is no longer available, but you should be able to figure it out from the picture.

Grab some craft sticks and cardboard to make this Craft Stick Nativity Scene. We added some ribbon to ours so that we can hang it on a doorknob.


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