Angels told the shepherds about the Messiah’s birth. The shepherds then found and worshiped Jesus. This Shepherds Told About Jesus Story Illustration will help kids learn that we should also worship Jesus and tell others about Him.
The Shepherds Visited Jesus
The night of Jesus’ birth, there were shepherds in the fields nearby Bethlehem. A host of angels appeared to these shepherds and told them of the Messiah’s birth. Excited, they went quickly to find the baby Jesus. If you're preparing a lesson on the shepherd's visit to baby Jesus, you may find the free, printable activities listed below to be helpful.
The shepherds were among the first people to hear the wonderful news of the Savior’s birth. This sweet craft will help children remember the special message to the shepherds while also rewarding them with a little Christmas treat.
This Write the Bible Phrase worksheet calls for kids to write, “To us a son is given.” This is an adaptation of Isaiah 9:6 and will help children remember that Jesus’ birth was told of in the Old Testament.
This free, printable sermon picture, based on Luke 2:8-18, can help children rejoice over Jesus’ birth. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.
God’s Son Jesus was born for us. That’s the message of this wonderful word tiles Christmas puzzle!
This word scramble puzzle is a wonderful review of Luke 2:1-20, which tells the story of the shepherds and their visit to Jesus on the night of His birth.
As your kids play this match game, they’ll be trying to match tiles depicting the faces of enthusiastic shepherds, among other things. These images are powerful reminders of the ultimate Christmas gift—God’s gift of His only Son!
As your preschoolers work this simple puzzle, they’ll be looking at a beautiful picture of the shepherds making their way to the manger that first Christmas. What a wonderful announcement the sharpers received that night!
This matching game has a Christmas theme. How many matches can each of your children find?
Sharpen your pencils and get ready to encourage your children to find 10 words related to the Christmas story in this word search puzzle!