Need Christmas Sunday School Lessons? Find FREE Christmas lesson plans for Preschool children and a Narrated Nativity! Christmas Lessons also available in French and in Urdu.
Preschool and young elementary children, ages 4-7 years, will love these time-tested and Bible-based Christmas Sunday School Lessons! Each of these Christmas lesson plans contains ideas for crafts, activities, and games to go along with the Christmas lesson.
Some lessons include short Christmas skits for the children to act out and help learn the stories. For the whole Christmas Story, try Simply Christmas, a Narrated Nativity for Little Guys!
It is my hope that these fun, free Christmas Sunday School
lessons will help you teach your children or your students about
the TRUE meaning of Christmas: It's all about the birth of our Lord, Jesus Christ!
It is my hope that you will enjoy using these Christmas Sunday School lessons with your young children at church, or at home!
Ici vous pouvez trouver les mêmes leçons en français. S'il vous plaît, utilisez-les dans votre classe ce Noël.
Je voudrais remercier Caroline Chénard, qui a traduit ces leçons pour sa classe d'école du dimanche et les a ensuite partagées avec nous.
(I would like to thank Caroline Chénard, who translated these Christmas Sunday School lessons for her class and then shared them with us!)
For these same Christmas Lessons in Urdu, please Click Here!
Find pictures of Bethlehem, the Star, the Shepherds, the Stable, the Angel, and more...
When all the projects are finished (and dry!) you may choose to help each child make a Memory Book of Christmas by binding the pages together. This makes a lovely take-home gift for family members.
(NOTE: This is my favorite way of teaching Little Guys the Christmas Story! Oh, and by the way... Hang on to your costumes... I guarantee you will need them again next year!)
Visit the Youth Lessons page for 3 lessons about Jesus' Birth. Use them to lead discussions about the Christmas Story with teens. They'll love it!
Here are the direct links to the lessons. Go to the Youth Lessons page for more free Bible lessons like these to use with your Youth Group.
“HO-HO” Spoiler Alert...
You don’t have to be the “hatchet man” about the “Ho-Ho” part of Christmas, but if someone in your class asks about it, you can always say... “There is the real part of Christmas, and the pretend part of Christmas. (Wink at the older children here!) The pretend part may go away one day, but the real part never will. The real part of Christmas is that Jesus was born, and no one can ever take that part away!”
I have given this answer many times and it works! (Let their parents talk to them later…)
I would like to wish you a very blessed and happy Christmas!
This is a very important and special time of year; not only because we get to teach others about the birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, but because we get to reflect upon it ourselves.
Take time this season, among all your busy activities, to rest a little in the Lord and to glory in what He has done for us! Think about what His Advent meant, not only to the rest of the world, but to you in particular.
"For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son..." It all started that night long ago in Bethlehem. He came here to the earth to be with us; Emmanuel - God with us. He came for you... and for me.
God bless you this Christmas and always!
With love in Christ,