Bring the Christmas story to life with these vibrant and fun Nativity coloring pages! Kids will love spending time coloring in all the different characters and scenes from the Nativity story, and parents will love knowing that their children are learning about this important part of Christian history.
Printable Christmas Nativity Coloring Pages
Children love to color and these coloring pages are perfect for keeping them busy during the Holiday season. They can be printed out on paper or card stock so that they can be used as decorations or even put in a Christmas card.
There are seven different printable coloring pages of the nativity scene, each one with a different design. The designs feature different elements of the nativity story, such as the stable, the three kings, and baby Jesus.
How to Make a Nativity Scene Coloring Book with kids
There are a few ways to make this into a coloring book. You can punch holes in sides of the pages. Kids can then tie string or ribbon in the holes.
Another idea to secure the page sin a book is to staple the pages together. Make sure to staple the page at the top and bottom so that it does not rip out.
You can also just fold the edges under, making them secure enough for little ones to color without falling out of the book.
Tips for coloring these Nativity Coloring Pages with crayons or markers
When coloring these pages, it is best to use light strokes and go over the lines a few times. You can also try blending colors together to create different shades.
For younger kids, it might be better to stick with basic colors like crayons or markers. Older children can experiment with more detailed designs by using shading and color blends .
How to Print These Coloring Pages
Download the Nativity Scene Coloring Pages file. This file will have the images in PDF. Once you download the images you are ready to print.
You can print these pages from your home printer, school or local library. You can also have them printed at a printing place like Staples. You can decide to print all the pages or just a few. It is all up to you.
Color. Once the pages are printed, let the kids get coloring.