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Bible Lessons:

I Am Wonderfully
Made

Week #1:
God Creates Man

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3


Week #2:
Honoring God
with our Bodies

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3


Week #3
God Bestows
Gifts

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3


Coming Soon....

Week #4
My Body is a
Temple
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Hand-print Angel
This is a Bible Verse Angel with Handprints.  
Children can print up the angel, color it to look
like themselves, then use their own handprints
to make the wings.  You can also add in a bit of
glitter and pipe cleaner for a halo if desired.  
The angel has the verse from
Luke 2:11.
Step 1
Fold your piece of construction paper
in half.  (Pick whatever color you want
for the wings) Trace your closed hand
onto the paper.
Step 2
Cut out the handprints through both
layers of paper so that you have two
wings.
Step 3
Glue your wings to the back of your
angel as shown in the photo.
Step 4
Optional Glitter:  Draw with your glue
anywhere you want glitter.  
Suggestions:  Wings, Dress, under the
word "Christ"
Step 5
Pour the glitter over the glue.  Use a
piece of paper behind it so you can
catch the extra glitter and return it to
the container.
Step 6
Your angel will now have glittery
accents.  Set aside to dry.
All Done!
You're angel is ready to bring the
good news to the shepherds!  You
can even use your halo to hang it
up on a tree or a wreath!
Materials
  • Angel Verse Printable
  • Coloring Utensils
  • Construction Paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Glitter (Optional)
Step 7
Optional Halo:  If you'd like your angel
to have a halo, simply fold a pipe
cleaner in half, form a loop, and twist it
together as shown above.
Step 8
Tape the pipe cleaner on the back of
the angel as shown in the photo.
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A modern classic with a mischievous endearing hero, this book continues to enchant generations of children. How does an irrepressible four-year-old boy adapt to life in the heavenly community? Can the angles adjust to him when he disturbs their routine? When at last the Littlest Angel learns to live happily in Heaven, he finds a special gift for the baby Jesus. This sensitive tale is perfect for reading aloud at Christmastime, or any time of the year. First introduced on radio by Helen Hayes, The Littlest Angel was originally published in 1946, and is now presented with the award-winning artistry of Paul Micich. Recommended for ages 4 to 8.