Teacher's Bulletin Board Ideas for a Christian Christmas

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Teacher's Bulletin Board Ideas for a Christian Christmas
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If you are decorating a notice board for your class at a Christian school or for Sunday school, Christmas time is a great time to make an eye catching notice board. Whether you want to put a lot of work into it or keep it simple, there are many ideas to get your creative juices flowing.

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Gift Wrap

Use bright or shiny wrapping paper as the background paper on the notice board. Then add a large red bow so that the whole board looks like a big gift. Then add the words from 2 Corinthians 9:15 "Thanks be unto God for his unspeakable gift."

I was a baby like Jesus

Have every child and all the teachers bring in a photo of themselves as a baby. In the centre of the notice board put a picture of baby Jesus in the manger. Attach everyone's baby pictures around the manger. Add the words "I was a baby like Jesus." This will provide a great conversation starter with young students.

Shine for Jesus

Using different coloured construction paper make Christmas light bulb shapes. Glue your students' pictures to the bulbs and attach them to the notice board. Use a string or a ribbon to connect all of the bulbs. Add the caption "Shine for Jesus." If your notice board is near an electrical socket you can use real Christmas lights to go around the board as a border.

Nativity Countdown

Decorate the background of your notice board to look like a stable. Use construction paper to make different things to add to the scene including Mary, Joseph, shepherds, a manger, stars, sheep and other animals. Every day add another piece to the scene until the day of your Christmas party when you can add baby Jesus to the manger.

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