Christmas Nativity Gift for Teachers

by Alysia Schwarz

Several years ago, I had an inspiration and put this Christmas gift idea together. I’ve done it for several of my kids’ teachers since and it has always been very meaningful for them. I’ve also done it for my daughter’s gymnastics coach and my son’s speech therapist. It is my hope that this gift be a way that more parents can bless more teachers.

What to do:

  • Buy a nativity set. Generally, I get an inexpensive one costing less than $10 because it really isn’t about buying an expensive one.
  • Wrap each piece of it individually and attach slips of paper from the attached paper for the appropriate parts (it is good to number them so you can easily send them in the right order).
  • Send one to school each day with your child.

Download the wording for this nativity gift. The document is in Adobe Acrobat format and can be viewed and printed with Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Note: Permission is used to copy/alter this project as long as it is not for monetary gain.

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About Rachel

I am a wife and stay-at-home mom to five children, ages 25 to 4. I am a freelance writer and the editor and publisher of Christian-Parent.com.

Comments

  1. What an awesome idea. We homeschool but I’m sure this would be or could be adapted for the Sunday School teacher or youth group leader. I’m also going to figure out how to adapt the wording for a sister/friend.

    Thank you for sharing this with all of us.

    God’s Blessings
    Vickie

  2. My favorite gift to give during Christmas day is a fruit basket with toys and gift certificates. they can really put a smile on someone’s face*”;

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