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25 Best Christmas Nativity Crafts for Kids in Your Children’s Ministry

11. Here’s a Nativity scene that every boy will love! It’s made out of Legos!

Lego nativity craft12. If Jesus is a chip off the old block, this is a great Nativity Block craft for this Christmas.

nativity block craft13. This rustic walnut shell manger Christmas ornament is a great way to use recycled materials.

walnut nativity ornament

14. Jesus is the light of the world and this Jar Lantern craft will help everyone remember that!

jar lantern nativity

15. This is SO easy that we had to put it in. And you can use this Printable Nativity Set as stick puppets or for a bulletin board.



printable nativity set

16. Every parent loves getting crafts made from their precious child’s handprints. So use this Baby Jesus in a Manger Fingerprint craft for kids at Christmas.

baby jesus handprint nativity

17. Simple supplies and steps make this easy Nativity Ornament a winner for kids of all ages.

easy nativity ornament

18. Here’s another way to help kids get hands on with the Nativity crafts. It’s a printable Christmas Finger Puzzle with Bible verses.

finger puzzle nativity

19. This Clothespin Nativity Scene with craft sticks is easy and frugal.

clothespin nativity 2

20. This Clothespin Nativity ornament is a little more involved so use it with older kids.

musical nativity

Just 5 more to go! Have you found perfect nativity crafts for kids in your children’s ministry yet?

21. So cute! This Popsicle Stick Manger is a keeper!

popsicle stick manger

22. You can print this free printable Christmas Nativity Banner and have kids help you color and assemble it.

nativity banner

23. Kids will enjoy moving the figures around while you tell them about that night that Jesus was born with this DIY Felt Board Nativity.

felt board nativity

24. Here’s a clever way to use handprints to make the angels’ wings. And did you notice the footprint for Jesus’ bed? Love it!

angel handprints nativity

25. And the crowning jewel? You knew it would have to have handprints! Check out this kids handprint nativity craft!

handprint nativity

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Christine Yount Jones is Content Director for Outreach Media Group. She has published several books and hundreds of articles about ministry in the last three decades. Before his death in 2003, Michael Yount and Christine had three children. Now, she and her husband, Ray Jones, together have five grown kids.