A simple, pretty Christmas angel poster to print for the classroom or home.
Print these nativity posters for classroom or home. We've got all the Bible characters making up the Christmas story in appealing, child-friendly illustrations with words underneath.
Here's a cute little angel poster to print and display at Christmas or any time. How about using the picture as the basis for a collage, adding glitter and sequins to make the angel extra special?
Here is a cute Angel poster from the Christmas story to print and display, or perhaps to use for a Nativity puppet show...
Here's a simple illustration of the baby Jesus lying in the manger, ready to print for display or projects with the children at Christmas.
Another of our Christmas and Nativity printables for kids, here's a simple poster of Joseph to print and display.
Part of our set of printable Nativity posters, here is an illustration of Joseph to print and display.
Here is a lovely illustration of Joseph and Mary travelling on a donkey to Bethlehem, to print as a poster.
Part of a set of Nativity printables, here's a poster of Mary designed to appeal to younger children.
Here is a charmingly illustrated Christmas story word poster to print, part of a full Nativity set of printable posters.
Specially for Christmas and the Nativity Story, here's a simple shepherd poster to print and display or use in your Christmas projects.
Here is a delightful poster of the shepherds who follow the star to witness the baby Jesus' birth, part of our Nativity poster set.
Perhaps you could use this simple stable poster as a basis for a nativity scene, perhaps cutting and sticking or drawing your own kings, shepherds, animals, Mary, Joseph and baby Jesus.
Here's a simple poster of the stable from the Christmas story, in which Jesus was born, which you can use as part of our set of Nativity posters or perhaps as a background for the figures from the other posters, cut out and stood up.
This lovely printable Nativity poster features the three kings or wise men who follow the star to witness Jesus' birth.