Sunday, December 9, 2012

Tiny Baby Jesus Flip Chart, Song & More for Preschool

 
I was given this song when I was searching for a Birth of Jesus song for the craft sticks. I decided to make it a flip chart, like it called for. Christina Barkley, my niece, (she was one of the women who did the Teacher's Workshop that I posted photos of) gave me permission to use it, though she is not sure of the original author. 
(The song is included in the download.)
 
 Click here to print the first choice : graphics are 2 per page
 
 
Here are the song and visuals in Spanish:
 
 
You can also print the mini one page booklet in color or black and white. The first photo shows you what it looks like folded. After printing, fold on the center line lengthwise. Then fold in half.
Next, open and fold in half like the picture, and cut on the heavy blue center line.
Once you have the center line cut, open and refold to look like this picture. The pages should crease for you. You can see the front and back cover to fold the pages in order.
You can print them here:
 
 
B/W 
Here are pictures to color to go with the flip chart. You have a choice whether or not you want the wood beams in the background (top photo).
 

Click here for the wise men visiting picture to color (bottom right).
http://www.trueaimeducation.com/nativity-activities-crafts/
Thanks so much Janine @ True Aim Education for featuring this Nativity post!
Click on the logo above to see it!
 


15 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing all these wonderful ideas on this blog! Came across it today on Pinterest and am pretty excited to have this resource and your effort to keep everything biblically accurate.

    THANKS!

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  2. This is a wonderful Christmas resource. I am stopping by from True Aim Education. Please consider linking this at Look What We Did. -Savannah http://lookwhatwedid-homeschool.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks for stopping by! I have tried the posted link, but the site says it has moved and it send me to a dead link. Sorry, I would love to add it, though. Thanks for the comment!

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  3. What a lovely song and a great flip chart - thank you for sharing

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    1. Thank you! If you are reading these comments, you can see the Christmas collection where this post was linked up at here: http://pinkoddy.co.uk/blog/the-christmas-collection/

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  4. Thank you for linking up, sharing and adding to Motivational Monday too.

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  5. Very cute! My little girl will love this as another book to read for Christmas time! Thanks for sharing!

    Andrea
    Reading Toward the Stars

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    1. Andrea, thanks for visiting! I am glad your daughter can enjoy it! My granddaughters love it! Thanks for the comment!

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  6. Thank you so much for sharing these great resources. Also, thanks for linking this to Think Tank Thursday. I hope to see you again today. http://saving4six.com/2014/01/welcome-to-think-tank-thursday-62.html

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    1. Thanks so much for hosting Think Tank! I appreciate the nice comment!

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  7. I am almost 40, and I learned this way to fold a sheet into a mini book when I was in elementary school. So I don't think you need to worry about properly crediting anyone- it's been around for a looong time!

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    1. Thanks for the update. I found it on Pinterest and didn't want to take credit for something that was not mine! I appreciate the comment.

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  8. Thank you. I just added this to my Pinterest Group Board "Christ-Centered Creativity." I'd love to have you join the board if you're interested. It's located here: http://www.pinterest.com/biblelovenotes/christ-focused-creativity/
    I love having printable for my grandchildren.

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  9. Awesome flip chart. Great dede.
    Thanks a lot for nice sharing.

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Thanks so much for taking the time to comment! I appreciate it! They will be added as soon as they are approved.