Arts, Holidays

Christmas Stained Glass Art Project

We all know that hands-on projects can do so much to enhance our kids’ learning, and art is a large part of that. As part of the Bible Christmas Crafts for Kids series at Thinking Kids Blog, I’ve written a guest post with a fun Stained Glass art project and devotional lesson!

Christmas Stained Glass Bible Lesson & Art Project

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This time of year, it’s so important to help our kids understand the real meaning of Christmas.

Santa and presents are fun, and there are fun events that only come around once per year. And the time with family…well, it’s what memories are made of.

But this isn’t all there is. There’s so much more.

Bible Christmas Crafts for Kids

In this series, bloggers from all over are offering free lessons and craft ideas to help you teach your kids about Christmas. There are passages from both the Old Testament and New, and some really amazing projects.

In my post, I wrote about Isaiah 7:14. In this passage, God promised to send Immanuel, “God with us.” This is a passage that many of us know, but I’ve rarely heard the whole story taught! It’s really an amazing promise, even more so than we often think.

I encourage you to head over to Thinking Kids Blog and check it out!

And while you’re there, be sure to enter the amazing giveaway. It’s for all of the supplies you’ll need to do every project in the series with your kids! The giveaway ends on November 29 though, so you’ll want to hurry!

Psst…you’ll also want to check out the store at Thinking Kids – it’s filled with fantastic options for Bible and Church History courses. And for Cyber Monday, the entire store is 40% off!

Be Blessed This Christmas

I hope that this series and giveaway are truly a blessing to you! More than that though, I hope that you and your kids have time to slow down and focus on what is truly important. And hopefully the projects and lessons in this series help you do that in a new way!

Let me know what you think!