Merry Christmas, Friends! Yesterday, we finished up our first semester here at the Hill House and I am breathing a HUGE sigh of relief! Truth be told, this was not such a great semester for us, and I’m looking forward to re-grouping over the Christmas break.
My big kids have one more week of their outside classes, so they will plug along on those. My younger kids and I will read Christmas books, put together jigsaw puzzles, and make cookies. My big kids will join in as they’re able.
We are also wrapping up the details for an anniversary party we are hosting for my parents. They’re celebrating 50 years next week!
In the middle of all of those activities, my 4 year old will work on these Nativity worksheets a bit. Even though he didn’t really like “school” at the beginning of our school year, he asks (and expects!) to have his school each day now. That’s great progress and I consider it to be success!
This semester, my boy has learned to write his name, consistently recognize all letters and write most of them, count to 20, and learned very basic addition.
I’m so proud of him!
He will love these Nativity worksheets that are just perfect for the preschool years!
🎄 You can browse through all of the Nativity worksheets and printable activities here at Mama’s Learning Corner. There are Nativity Label the Picture pages, a worksheet packet for K & 1st, and more!
🎄 You can also take a look at all of the Christmas worksheets and printable activities for your young ones. Color by code, Christmas Fun Pages, and lots more!
Nativity Worksheets for Preschool
I created this set of Nativity worksheets for kiddos that aren’t quite ready to read yet. If your child – regardless of age – is still working on letter sounds and recognition, scissor skills, and fine motor skills, this will be a great packet for you to download!
I believe it is important to learn and memorize God’s Word, so you will see I have included the verse from Luke 2:11. There are multiple ways to work on memorizing this verse, so learn it alongside your children if you don’t already have it committed to memory!
This packet focuses on the letter J, and that ‘J is for Jesus.’
You will find the following worksheets and printable activities included:
— The Letter J (2 pages): Practice tracing the letter J in upper and lowercase
— Hide and Seek Letter J: Find the letter j in the grid; practice j patterns
— Luke 2:11 Beginning Sounds: Practice writing the beginning sound of words from Luke 2:11
— J is for Jesus Jigsaw Puzzle: Cut out the jigsaw puzzle of capital J and glue on the template in the correct spots
— Lowercase j: Cut out the jigsaw puzzle of lowercase j and glue on the template in the correct spots
— Letter J Dot-to-Dot: Practice counting and recognizing letters to 20
— Letter J Color by Code: Find the capital J by coloring according to the code of letters
— Jesus – Name above all names! – Coloring page
— Letter J Cut Out – Cut out the capital and lowercase j’s on the dotted lines; fill with stickers, etc.
— Luke 2:11 Poster – Color page to print and memorize; use as a poster
— Luke 2:11 Handwriting Practice: Trace Luke 2:11; same format at the poster to facilitate learning the words and/or letters
— J Words: Pictures of other words that start with J; ideas for using this page are in the packet
— Jesus Poster: Display all week and learn how to spell Jesus!
— The Night of Jesus’ Birth Sequencing: Cut out the pictures and glue in the correct order
If you have children that are starting to read, make sure you take a look at the Nativity Worksheets for K & 1st. It contains 30 printable pages that contain phonics, math, and fine motor skills practice, all with a Nativity theme.
Just scroll down the page until you see this particular packet.