The Christmas Story Sequencing

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The Christmas Story Sequencing - Nativity, Christmas Story, sequencing, xmas, Visual Aids, Mary, Joseph, Jesus, shepherd, wise men, Herod, angel, donkey, stable, Gabriel, First Christmas,Inn, Star, God

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  • 7 hours ago

    Super resource for christmas time and to use in any language learning!!! Thank you so much!!!

  • 1 day ago

    Am planning to make scenes from the story into a booklet for the children to write the words to. Thank you for the altered version I requested that you emailed me.

  • Dec 18th

    Christmas homework for reception

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  • Dec 14th

    My class of SEN children.

  • Dec 12th

    Great for my R.E lesson!

  • Dec 4th

    Got the black and white so we can all sit and colour it in while chatting about the story of Christmas. I feel the children don't get both views of Christmas, I thought this would explain better.

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  • Dec 3rd

    To confirm whether the children have understood the Christmas Story and it's sequence. Also, got the b w version so they can take their time colouring and talk me through the characters and what they're doing.

  • Dec 2nd

    assessment for RE

  • Nov 28th

    Just what I need to help me story map for my little group :)

  • Jul 5th

    Very clear pictures for young kids. ):

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The Christmas Story Sequencing

The Christmas Story Sequencing - Based on our Christmas story resource, these sequencing cards depict the main events of the Christmas story. Looking to customise? - why not try our fully editable version if you want like to enter your own text?
This resource is available in Standard, 4 per A4 Black and White, 4 per A4 Greyscale, 4 per A4 Fewer Pictures, 4 per A4 Colour, Black & White and Greyscale.

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