Angels are very meaningful as they often come as messengers of important events in many Biblical stories. Make sure to include a favorite Bible story with the craft activity, as part of an Advent activity or to celebrate the birth of Jesus, angel plan. The craft is a simple depiction of a bell angel. The body and arms are bell shapes. Make sure to have at least one real bell or jingle bells to explore its sound and sing together.
The Annunciation -- an angel tells Mary she will have a special angel plan. Jesus Prays on the Mount of Olives an angel appears - Luke The Resurrection -- an angel appears to Mary Magdalene -- he tells her Jesus has risen. Play some holiday music while children are doing the angel plan -- links below. Printing and assembly options: The craft is available in color or black line format to color and decorate. Angel plan your choices in the materials column. We have been working with wallpaper textures and fabrics leftovers from a local store and from discontinued angel plan sample books.
The children really enjoyed using these materials and we learned about different patterns and textiles. This inspired the use of the colors that resemble fabric in the color version. Have children color and decorate the templates, angel plan, if using the coloring format. Do a color by the number activity - assign colors and number by making a small graph on a corner of the template or a board. Add a holiday or Biblical message in the lower border of the large bell. Christmas song links at YouTube: Change puzzle pieces using the Change Cut button.
Template C-1 or B-1 features a suggested assembly procedure.