This is such a lovely way for children to write about the baby Jesus, tell the Christmas story or perhaps describe what Christmas means to them, and enjoy a little bit of colouring too. Choose from lined or handwriting versions of this printable below.
Nativity Story Paper
Use our Nativity story paper in conjuction with our Nativity Story Printable or on its own, for your child to copy or tell in their own words the Christmas story. Each of the ten pages features charming colouring pictures and ruled lines.
Use our Nativity story paper for children to re-tell the Christmas story in their own words, with the help of our illustrations - which of course can be coloured in. In page 1, the angel Gabriel appears to Mary and tells her that she will have the son of God.
Page 10 of our story paper shows Joseph, Mary and the newborn baby Jesus. This page is lovely used on its own.
The second page of our Nativity story paper shows Joseph and Mary travelling to Bethlehem. Children can write about what they see or tell this part of the story in their own words.
Page 3 of our Nativity story paper shows Joseph and Mary being turned away from an inn, as they struggled to find somewhere to stay. Ask the children to colour in the picture and tell the story in their own words.
Use page 4 of our printable Nativity story paper with colouring page illustration to explain how the baby Jesus was laid in a manger, in a stable in Bethlehem.
Use page 5 of our Nativity story paper to explain how the shepherds saw a strange, bright star in the sky and were frightened, until an angel appeared and told them about the new king born that night.
Page 6 of our Nativity story paper is for the children to describe how the shepherds, abandoning their flocks, came to worship the baby Jesus.
On page 7 of our Nativity story paper, the three wise men notice a new star in the sky, and discuss what they should do.
Page 9 of our printable Nativity story paper shows the wise men journeying to greet the new baby. Kids can colour it in and write about what they see, or use the page to tell this part of the Christmas story.