I am always on the hunt for new resources to supplement our kidmin programming, especially around the holidays. What’s in the Bible?’s new Christmas Memory Book is one that we’ll definitely pull from this year.
The Christmas Memory Book is a 14-page downloadable resource that older children can do on their own or that younger children can complete with help. The variety of activities contained within are Bible-centered, fun, and great for sparking good family conversations. Children will enjoy activities such as:
- a Bible scavenger hunt (this is one our elementary students will do)
- a Christmas letter to Jesus (this is another one our elementary students will do, especially since our Advent memory verse is displayed on the page)
- a Christmas song match game (our preteens will LOVE this one!)
- a Christmas memory interview
- coloring pages
- and more!
Normally priced at $2.99, this great resource is available through 12/18/14 for just $1.99! Don’t let this deal pass you by! Click the picture above to order your instant download today! You can also click below to check out other What’s in the Bible? deals.
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The What’s In The Bible? coloring book and Sing Through The Bible singalong DVD make for great introductions to the series and are perfect stocking-stuffers. Buy both together for only $9.99 this week when you use SNOW30 on orders over $30.
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