This free Christmas writing activity is the perfect ending to our 12 day Christmas series- 12 Days of Christmas Activities and Christmas Worksheets!
Can you believe that for 12 days you have received activities to help you homeschool stress free through the Christmas season? I am surprised that I was able to pull it off but I am so happy they have helped!
Free Comic Strip Christmas Writing Activity
If you enjoyed the Christmas Carol Handwriting Worksheets, then this is sure to be a hit. All you have to do is grab a Bible, read the Nativity story in Luke 2. Once you’ve read it a few times, have your child use the comic strip templates to draw the story! Seems simple enough, right?
ITEMS NEEDED FOR THE CHRISTMAS WRITING ACTIVITY
Because your child may want to keep their comic strip retelling of the Nativity, I suggest that you have them use cardstock.
Also be sure to have various writing material on hand such as markers, crayons, pencils and even colored pens. I have added a list of common items below on Amazon to help.
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Tips for the Christmas Writing Activity
- Print out all the templates on cardstock so that your kiddo’s writing activity will actually last the lesson.
- If you have older kids, let them join in as well by having them choose the template of their choice, draw the Nativity and then add caption. Remind them to pay attention to their spelling as well as grammar.
- If your child cannot write that well or small, simply be the scribe. Let them tell you what each picture frame is and you write!
- When your child is done, be sure to bound their comic strip. You can keep it simple by using a stapler )no shame in that at all), use a 3 hole punch with binder rings or if you are brave enough find a way to sew the pages together!
Be sure to check out the other posts in the 12 Days of Christmas series from everyone else!