When I used to teach the preschool class at our homeschool co-op, one of the kids favorite things was to make their own mini books about whatever topic we were focusing on during that class period. It was with that in mind that I put together a Christmas mini book printable which, when cut apart, will make a six page mini book.
One of the challenges of this printable is that the pages of the mini book are out of order on the pages. So, not only is it great fine motor practice to cut out the pages, but it’s also an opportunity to put the story of in order from the Annunciation through Epiphany. Your child may or may not need help to get them in the correct order.
An alternate option to the mini book, if preferred, is to cut out the boxes and paste them down on a large piece of paper in the correct order.
In addition to the sequencing pages, there are also two pages of handwriting practice with the words Jesus, Mary, Joseph, and angel. Each features a graphic that matches the graphics used in the sequencing story.
Note: This printable set is free for personal use only. The printable pack may also be used in a classroom, religious education, or homeschool co-op setting. However, please make sure that the copyright line (with the web address) appears on the pages. This printable may not be used for commercial purposes.
(If you are having clarity issues with this printable, please right click on the image or link and choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As” and download the document to your computer. Then, open it from your computer, rather than through your web browser’s PDF plugin, which can sometimes cause some blurriness or other issues. Another option is to go to a different web browser to open the link, such as Safari if you use Mozilla Firefox, for example.)
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