Last year we made a little PowerPoint game for Christmas. As the post announcing this resource is deep in our archives, we are flagging it up again here, to let you know that the free PowerPoint is still available for download.
It’s a very simple idea – the two teams have to answer questions in order to light all five bulbs in their string of Christmas lights.
Right-click on the link below and save the file to your harddrive. Don’t worry if you do not have the Powerpoint program on your computer. This self-running file with open up and work just the same, using your mouse to click on the lights.
You can download the Christmas lights game here.
Dan Scott has prepared a series of PowerPoint slides and loaded them onto Flikr. These would be great for a talk to children, youth or adults. One of them illustrates this post, but you can see them all on his Flikr account.
You’ll get all the info on Dan’s blog, together with a suggested music play list.
Thanks Dan for your generosity in making these available.
You may well be planning your children’s Christmas party round about now. Are you looking for free downloadable resources, to help you produce professionally designed invitations and flyers?
We thought you might be interested in a web site we’ve just come across.
Christian Tools of Affirmation have some products to buy, but they also generously make available for free download PDFs which you can customize. Invitations, flyers, cards, door hangers, even related service plans for schools, are on their pages.
This year’s theme is Love came down at Christmas.
Last year’s theme is also still available. It was Happy Birthday Jesus.
Last year we made a PowerPoint presentation with simple illustrations. It was intended for children aged 5-7 years. But, of course, you can adapt the language to any age group.
As the post announcing this resource is deep in our archives, we are flagging it up again here, to let you know that the free PowerPoint is still available for download, as is the PDF with notes for a simple presentation of the Bible story of the first Christmas.
We have found little children are not the only ones who love to hear this story retold. Older children and adults alike have enjoyed this presentation, with the colourful and endearing pictures. We hope you might find it useful in whatever context you are working.
>> Download the Nativity PowerPoint presentation
>>Download the outline script for the Nativity PowerPoint Presentation [PDF]
This game is a simple PowerPoint “Concentration” game. Matching pairs of Christmas objects are lined up behind penguins with numbers. Pick a pair of penguins 😉 and see if the hidden objects match. If not, they get covered again ready for the next team to match.
Full instructions are included in the file which you can download below. If you do not have PowerPoint on your computer, this presentation will still run. This is a self playing version which will start itself and fill your screen. Use the mouse to click the items, as outlined in the instructions (on the last slide). It’s ideal for playing with a child in your family while at the computer! Or maybe giving your own little grey cells a work-out!
RIGHT-click on the links below to download the PowerPoint and save it to your computer.
Download Christmas Concentration Powerpoint Game (.ppt format)
Download Christmas Concentration self-opening Powerpoint Game (.pps format)
By the way, have you seen our other free Christmas game? You can read about Christmas Cookie CountPowerpoint game here.
There is also a version you can print and laminate. Here is the post that tells you all about the free Christmas Cookie Count printable game.