Nativity Game Brings Christmas Alive!

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Have you ever imagined yourself in a real and living role during that first Christmas? What did Mary see? How did Joseph feel? Why did one star shine brightest? What were the shepherds saying to one another? What did the wise people wonder about? Creche

Here’s a game that positions you and your family or students of any age inside the creche at its finest moments. In fun exchanges you’ll inspire dynamite insights at the nativity scene on Christmas Eve.  Why go to such sacred space in person? You can carry this game’s fun into family and friendship circles over the entire holiday! Everybody wins!

This much loved game brings together differences through real-life questions that trigger and build on imagination.  Ready to share unique points of view in fun new ways, through your imagination?

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Curiosity grows as folks bring the nativity to life together. Each player picks a task card at random, and then responds to a question from one of the nativity figures. Some cards invite the participant to ask a question to other players. In both cases – the character being addressed is circled. See critical thinking follow from topics and Christmas characters we all love!

Youth and adults love to work with these awesome holiday topics and leaders love to see the meaning of holidays spring into life. That’s how everybody wins with these materials!

Hopefully these ready-to-roll brain-based materials will benefit your learners and leaders as they do mine at middle, secondary, university levels and beyond. You will also find task cards and tips to create and play the game for diverse,  valued holiday traditions as illustrated below!

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