This Christmas Bible activity for children called “O Holy Night” will be a great addition to your Christmas preparations for your children’s church. Your kids will hear the gospel message proclaimed by 6 different twinkling stars of colorful hues.
I created this Christmas Bible activity for children called “O Holy Night” a couple of years ago for one of my preschool Christmas chapels. I wanted to creatively share the true message of Christmas based on one of my favorite Christmas carols “O Holy Night.” I wrote a poem about the colorful stars that may have shined up in Heaven on the night Jesus was born. Each of the colors coincides with the five “Wordless Book” colors of gold, dark, red, clean and green. But I added one more color, the color of purple, which reminds us of Jesus’ royalty.
For this activity, I use my “Bible Story Boxes.” These were created for me a few years ago by a good friend. As you can see in the presentation, they each turn around and showcase the different visuals. If creating your own revolving boxes seems a little daunting, you can easily adapt this Christmas Bible activity for children called “O Holy Night” onto normal packing boxes. The main point is that you want to creatively showcase your visuals so that your children are drawn into this activity.
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Here is the poem to “O Holy Night”
O holy night, the stars are brightly shining
They proclaimed our Savior’s birth that first Christmas morning
The stars all twinkled with colorful hues telling God’s story to me and you
Let’s hear with wonder what each color means
As each point of their light glows and beams
The first star over Bethlehem town
Was a beautiful gold like that of a crown
This star reminds us of Heaven so fair
Where forever with God we can live there
Who can find the gold star?
This next star was a purple quite rare
It speaks of God’s royalty and of His care
To love us enough to send us His Son
Who is King of all kings; God’s chosen One
Who can find the purple star?
This next star, sadly, had no light to shine
It reminds us of sin filling your hearts and mine
But God had a plan to get rid of our sin
He sent His Son Jesus to cleanse us within
Who can find the dark star?
This star shines brightly like Christmas red
It tells of the blood that Jesus shed
For baby Jesus would grow to a man
And give His life on the cross. This was God’s plan.
Who can find the red star?
Look at the white of this bright star
The light of this star can be seen from far
It shouts of how Jesus forgives all our sin
And makes our hearts white as snow deep within
Who can find the white star?
Here is our last star dressed in green
Much like a beautiful Christmas tree
It reminds us that we can forever grow
In God’s grace and His love when Him we know
Who can find the green star?
Now let’s light all the stars from the gold to the green
And let us always remember what each color means
By Kathy Vincent, The Scripture Lady
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