Christmas Story Games

christmas-angel-loveI searched for a Christmas story memory game to do with my Sunday School class and couldn’t find one anywhere!  So I made my own.  If you want to do this game with your child/ren click the link below for the PDF File.

Christmas Story Games Print out 

Snap

Print a few of copies of the Christmas Story Games printout.  Deal the pack of cards out evenly between players.  Each player should place the cards face down in a pile in front of them.  Players take turns putting a card down in the middle.  As soon as a player puts down a corresponding card, whoever cries “SNAP” first, wins all the cards in the pack and adds them to their own pack.  The winner is the one who has the most cards at the end of the game.

Memory

Place all cards face down on a flat surface.  Turn two cards over at a time.  If the cards match, the player keeps them.  If the cards are different, they should be turned over again.  The winner is the player who has the most cards at the end of the game.  This can also be played alone.

Story Prompts

Tell the Christmas story to your child/ren using the cards in sequence.  Then, ask your child to replicate the story.

To see pictures of the entire range of Christmas Crafts on this blog, click here: Christmas Craft.

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