Luke 1:26-56 tells us the Angel Gabriel appeared to Mary before she and Joseph were married and announced that she would have a special baby—Jesus, God's Son! These Mary's Story activity pages highlight that special visit and Jesus' miraculous birth. Jesus was the promised Messiah of the Old Testament who was both physical (of Mary) and spiritual (of the Holy Spirit). How happy Mary must have been!
Every lesson from God’s Unfolding Story for Older Preschoolers includes two lesson plans (Hour A and Hour B). This is the Hour A lesson plan for Mary’s Story (OT04L2HA). It includes the Hour A lesson plan and the needed reproducibles for that plan. Click on the Get Activity button below to view and/or download the lesson…Read More ⇨
After the angel appeared to Joseph and explained that Mary’s baby would be the Messiah, Joseph no doubt talked to Mary about the angel’s visit. This Christmas tree ornament will help kids remember that Jesus was a special baby, but born in a humble place.Read More ⇨
This Bible craft gives the “bottom line” of Gabriel’s visit to Mary. “Mary will be the mother of Jesus.” This was an important message, not just for Mary, but for everyone today as well. God’s Son was coming into the world! Mary would be his mother, but His Father was God!Read More ⇨
This simple Christmas angel craft, based on Luke 1:26-56, will help kids learn about the story of the angel visiting Mary and remind children of the special heavenly announcement Mary received about baby Jesus. It’s a great craft for helping teach the Christmas story.Read More ⇨
This free, printable sermon picture, based on Luke 1:35, can help teach kids that Jesus is the promised Messiah and Savior of the Old Testament. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.Read More ⇨
This printable word tiles activity, based on Luke 1:39-56, will help children imagine this conversation between Mary and Elizabeth and think about how they might respond to God calling them to do something special. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.Read More ⇨