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Christmas - Script

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Christmas - Script
« on: November 21, 2012, 05:33:33 PM »
Are you looking for a new, fun way to tell the Christmas story? Are you wanting to do an easy to prepare presentation that can involve as few or as many children as possible? Here is an idea involving sounds and simple visuals, which could form part of a Christmas assembly this year. It is based around a simple poem and needs little or no rehearsal. Its aim is to underline the point that the experience of Christmas itself comes and goes but for Christians the experience of knowing Jesus is something that can last forever.

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You will need the nine letters of the word ‘Christmas’ written on separate pieces of A4 (A3?) card. It would be good if each letter were also decorated in some way, while still remaining clearly visible and legible. Why not use differently coloured tinsel, wrapping paper, holly etc. to highlight and bring out each letter in a festive way? Each letter card should also be numbered on the reverse, clear enough for the holder to see – only numbers 1 to 8, as the second ‘s’ does not need to be numbered. Once you have the letter cards ready, one further step would be to wrap each one in Christmas paper to create 9 ‘presents’.

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