Got a great question from a reader today:
Hello! is there any video clips that you have created about Christmas or any video clip that you can recommend about Christmas?
10 Awesome Video Clips for Kids about Christmas
Any of these videos would be a strong addition to your Christmas Sunday School lessons.
God’s Story: Christmas
People had been waiting a long time for the Rescuer God had promised (Isaiah 7:14; 9:6-7). Through people like Zechariah, Elizabeth, John and Simeon (Luke 1-2) and events like Jesus’ family’s escape to Egypt and their return to Nazareth (Matthew 2), God made it clear that baby Jesus was the Rescuer. Check out more videos (and other cool stuff) at CrossroadsKidsClub.net
“He’s Here” – Jesus Storybook Bible, Sally Lloyd-Jones
God’s Story: Jesus is Born
When God sent Jesus to earth, he changed everything. His presence was the greatest gift that the world had ever received. You can read all about it in Luke 2, Isaiah 9:6 and Isaiah 7:14.
The Story of Christmas – Jesus is born – The Beginners Bible
The Story of Christmas – Jesus is born – The Beginners Bible Relive the miraculous events surrounding the very first Christmas as Mary receives a heavenly visitor and learns that she, of all women, has been chosen to the mother of God’s son
The Story of Christmas (Jesus is Born)
This animated Bible story follows the story of Christmas. It’s based on Luke 2: 1-7.
Christmas According to Kids – Southland Christian Church
What happens when you ask a bunch of kids to tell the story of Christmas? Enjoy this story of Bethle-ha-ha-ham and the magical star that appeared.
The Legend of the Candy Cane – The Candymaker’s Gift
The legend of the Candy Cane A story of how a special visitor helps the Candymaker find a way to share the real meaning of Christmas.This tender story of a grandfather and his granddaughter explains all the symbols of the Candy Cane. Terrific resource for churches and schools, missions and outreach. Share the meaning of the Candy Cane, along with the whole Gospel message of Christmas. Inspirational resource for churches and schools, missions and outreach. Share the meaning of the Candy Cane, along with the whole Gospel message of Christmas through this timeless story. Winner of C.S. Lewis Silver Award, and a CBA Gold Medallion nomination. The legend of the candy cane begins with the Candymaker from long ago who wanted to help children focus on the real meaning of Christmas: the birth of our Savior Jesus.
Veggietales Full Episode ?Merry Larry and The True Light of Christmas ? Christmas Cartoons For Kids
Animated Cartoons for Children
Bob and Larry are going all out to make it the best Christmas ever at the Spring Valley Mall. With music, decorations and a light show like no other, it’s an all-out spectacle to outshine the competition
Go Fish – Christmas with a Capital C
This video is from the children’s ministry Christmas curriculum “The Gift Of Advent”.
Go Fish – It’s About the Cross
Christmas Bible Story Children’s Version
Children’s BibleThe angel Gabriel was sent from God to a young woman named Mary in Nazareth, a town of Galilee. She was to be married to a man named Joseph of the family of David. When he came to her the angel said: “Hail, highly honored one! God is with you!”
She was startled by his words and wondered what such a greeting might mean. But the angel said to her, “Fear not, Mary, for you have found favor with God. You will have a son and will name him Jesus. He will be great and will be called the Son of the Most High.”
Then Mary said to the angel, “How can this be, for I am not yet married.” The angel answered her, “The Holy Spirit will come upon you and the power of the Most High will cover you; therefore your child will be called holy, the Son of God.” Mary said: “I am God’s servant. May it be with me as you say.” Then the angel left her.
In those days the Emperor Augustus commanded that every one should be registered. So all went to be registered, each to his own town. Joseph, because he was of the family of David, went to be registered with Mary, his wife, from the town of Nazareth in Galilee to Bethlehem in Judea where David was born. While they were there Mary’s first son was born. And she wrapped him in swaddling-clothes and laid him in a manger, because there was no room for them in the inn.
In that country there were shepherds living in the fields and keeping watch over their flocks by night. And an angel from God stood by them and a heavenly light shone around them, and they were frightened. But the angel said to them:
“Fear not, for behold I bring you good news
Of great joy which shall be for all the people.
For to you is born this day in the town of David
A Saviour who is God’s Anointed.
This will be a sign to guide you:
You will find a baby in swaddling-clothes lying in a manger.”
Then suddenly there was with the angel a great number of the heavenly ones singing praise to God and saying:
“Glory to God on high,
And on earth peace, good-will among men.”
When the angels had gone away from them into heaven, the shepherds said to one another, “Let us go now to Bethlehem to see this which God has made known to us.” So they went quickly and found Mary and Joseph; and the baby was lying in a manger.
When they had seen him, they made known what had been told them about this child. All who heard the words of the shepherds wondered, but Mary kept these things to herself and often thought about them. And the shepherds returned, thanking and praising God for what they had heard and seen, as it had been foretold.The Children’s Bible
by Henry A. Sherman and Charles Foster Kent.