Enjoy these 4 free Christmas Sunday school lessons — one for each Sunday leading up to Christmas.
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In this Christmas Sunday school lesson, kids learn how Jesus fulfilled God’s promise.
- play a fun game about making promises.
- discover the meaning of Jeremiah’s amazing prophecy.
- explore the Key Verse to find out that Jesus fulfilled God’s promise to send a Messiah, and that he promised to be with them.
- determine how keeping and not keeping promises affects them, and make promise cards to give to someone.
- choose a Daily Challenge to apply God’s Word.
- talk about how to share what they learned with their families.
In this Christmas Sunday school lesson, kids learn that God uses ordinary people.
- decide whether to accept an assignment that leads to a risk, a reward, or both.
- play a musical game, and discuss Luke 1:26-38 and Matthew 1:18-21.
- read Luke 1:28-29 and 1 Samuel 16:7, and invent news stories about ways God might use kids.
- decorate posters showing ways that God can use ordinary people.
- read Luke 1:39-45 and 1 Thessalonians 5:11, and write encouraging notes to classmates.
- name things they’ll do for God and others.
In this Sunday school lesson, kids celebrate Jesus birth!
- pretend to be part of the planning committee for the very first Christmas celebration.
- sing “Glory to God.”
- read Luke 2:1-20 and pose as the person they most feel like at Jesus’ birth.
- play in an “air band” to celebrate Jesus’ birth.
- imagine giving the best gifts to celebrate God’s greatest gift.
Kids will learn that Jesus was born and is the BEST gift they’ll get at Christmas or any time.
- Take a census and travel to Bethlehem to experience Jesus’ birth.
- Decide whether to keep or toss a set of gifts.
- Make silhouette ornaments of the nativity.
- Use a predictable grid to discuss why Jesus is the best gift ever.
- Experiment with liquids to see that Jesus is the top gift.
- Respond to the gift of Jesus with a thank-you gift.
- Receive a take-home page about the lesson.