Create Nativities with your Kids
Just about every place from November through December has Christmas music playing, but does every place have nativities?? ...I mean LOTS of nativities!
A friend invited me to attend a Christmas sing-a-long this weekend. An added treat were the 700-800 nativities set up so we could enjoy the music while walking through.
Other than enjoying the discovery of nativities from Japan, Bolivia, Africa, and places all over the globe, I also ran across some homemade ones that made me smile. I immediately thought about how fun it would be to create nativities at home with the kids.
Check these out and see what you can do with your kids. Post your results to our Facebook page. We'd love to see them!
Popsicle nativity with soap-carved characters
Wood block nativity with handmade felt characters
My favorite: Spices nativity
Believography seeks to inspire children's talents and interests by providing themed parties for kids. To learn more go to www.believography.com.
WARNING: Having fun and learning are inevitable.
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