Nativity Story Cards
The Silent Night Memory Game
is a great way to talk to your “littles” about
the TRUE MEANING of Christmas.
I was able to use mine for a Primary Sharing Time.
When they got the match…
I had the child read the Story Card
that goes with that picture.
Here’s what they look like:
Each of the Memory Game Cards
will have a front and a back.
The back side of all of the cards will have
The other side will have two of each of the other pictures
This is what the Story Cards look like:
I keep these and when a match is made,
I hand it to the one who got the match to read.
Cards can be printed with a front and back side
or they can be printed and attached to
chipboard using Mod Podge and
a sponge brush to attach them.
You can use a wet erase marker to write
numbers on the stars of the back pieces
when the game is played in Primary.
When you’re done…just wipe them off
and start with a fresh set of numbers
every time you play.
Here’s the Memory Game Post:
Nativity Memory Game Blog Post
Nativity Story Cards PDF:
Posted on November 30, 2011, in December, Everything Family, Family Home Evening, Freebies, Holidays & Traditions, LDS Families and tagged Christmas, Christmas games, Christmas Story, Holiday games, Holiday Ideas, holiday traditions, story of Jesus. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.