Simple Christmas presentation for kids to do

Here is a very simple idea – and the visuals you need are free to download.

A simple presentation for your children to do.

Prepare large rectangular cards, each with a letter on.  If you wish, make them the shape of tree baubles, or bells.
This could be done equally well with large imitation Christmas cards, which open to reveal the letter as each line is said.
Or even simply cover the rectangles with gift wrap and put a bow on for imitation gifts.

Whatever shape you choose you need one for each letter.  To help the children, their lines may be printed large and clear on the back.  We have found this removes a lot of strain, and is especially helpful if time is short!!

The children take turns to hold up their card , reveal the letter and say their line.  For little ones who know their letters but cannot read, you could have them hold up the cards while older children read , or a narrator.

C  tells us the Lord Jesus CHRIST is His name
H says down from HEAVEN to earth He came
R says REMEMBER, God sent Him one day
I says, in the INN He had no place to stay
S speaks of the STAR that shone in the sky
T tells us that there were great TIDINGS of joy
M says in a MANGER Jesus was born
A – ANGELS and men worshipped Him that morn
S says, Christ came down to SAVE you and me
[All] That’s the real meaning of Christmas, you see!

A free downloadable version of this, with Christmas gift boxes as the theme, is available. Simply print it out and laminate.
Click here for the free download of script and printable visuals.

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14 thoughts on “Simple Christmas presentation for kids to do

  1. EffectiveCM Post author

    Matilda, thank you for your kind words. You have been an encouragement to us by taking the trouble to write a comment. The work that we put in to the materials on this site will save other children’s ministry workers time. So it is always worth while. We wish you God’s bloessing in your work with children, too!

  2. Julia

    Thank you so much for the great idea! Simple yet still sticking with the true meaning of the season 🙂


    Excellent way of explaining, and good paragraph to take information regarding my presentation
    topic, which i am going to present in academy.

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  5. Rotshak McDonald

    I was looking for something simple and quick because we were running out of time and I came across this. I love it so much. I am a song writer and an instrumentalist and I also work with the kids in church. This gave me a very good starting point, I’ll add music to it. God bless you for your efforts and time…really appreciated.

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