Crafting with littles is one of my absolute favorite things. Even though my kids are now between the ages of 9 and 21, I get to do a great deal of crafting with pre-schoolers on a weekly basis. I’ve taught Sunday school for nearly 10 years, and I’ve spent 8 of those years in the four-year-old ministry. I’ve seen hundreds of them through the years and I’m convinced this is the ministry I want to serve in for the rest of my life.
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Since we get roughly one hour with 16 to 20 four-year-olds every week, and have to cover a bible lesson, worship, and make at least 10 restroom runs my assistants and I like to keep our crafts as easy as possible, getting most of the prep-work done at home the week before is crucial.
This week I’m sharing 5 easy crafts for your homeschool, or Sunday school.
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Day 1 – Table Top Christmas Tree
Day 2 – Stained Glass Window Ornaments
Day 3 – Handprint Wreath
Day 4 – Stencil Chalk Art
Day 5 – Jesus in the Manger
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What is your favorite pre-school Christmas activity?
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