If you’re looking for quick & easy, kid-friendly Christmas decorations and/or ideas for preschool bible lessons, then you’re definitely going to want to check out this A is for Angel Door Hanger!
It’s that time of the month again! We’re sharing what we’ve been up to with Experience God. This month we’re learning about how God Asks Us to Praise and Worship and our memory verse is from Psalm 150:6.
Let everything that has breath, sing praises to the Lord!
Our favorite activity this month was an A is for Angel Door Hanger. And of course we’re sharing exactly how we did it, so definitely keep reading. I’m sure that your little kids would love it just as much as the mine did.
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Each month, we get a little yellow school bus box from Mother Goose Time. It’s something that both the little guy and I really look forward to. We also get Experience God, which includes a bible lesson for each day of our school week.
A is for Angel Door Hanger Bible Story Art for Little Kids
What you’ll need
- Door Hanger
- Large Letter A
Here’s how to do it
Ask: What would you do if an angel asked you to sing praises to God?
- Invite the children to clap their hands and sing a favorite Christmas carol.
- Trace hands and help the children cut them out. Use these as the wings for the angel craft. Cut a circle from the remaining paper to use as a head.
- Glue the head and wings to the large letter A. Glue the letter A angel to the door hanger.
- Decorate the angel with glitter and feathers.
- Write “A is for Angel” on the door hanger.
Explain: Jesus wants us to sing like the angels and praise him with our hands and voices.
The little guy loves glitter. Me not so much. But you know what they say. Win some, lose some. Lol… Seriously, though. He is all about this kind of stuff. If it involves glitter and glue, you can totally count him in.
Before we got started, we traced his hands together and then I helped him cut them out. We also punched a circle for the angel’s head using one of my craft punches.
After that, he glued everything together and then it was time for his favorite part. Decorating the angel with glitter and feathers.
When the glue dries, the little guy just needs to add the angel’s face and write “A is for Angel.” Of course when he’s finished, we can hang it on the door knob.
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