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Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

 

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Question      What do elves learn in school?

Answer         The Elf - abet!

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


   

 

 

 


   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    

 


   

 

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

   

 


   

 

 


   

 


   

 


   

 

 


   

 


   

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 


   

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

 

Make your own Christmas Angel

You will need a sheet of coloured paper to create your angel on, a paper doily (gold foil if you can), some paint, a sticky label a circle of gold foil (Ferraro Roche  wrappers are ideal) glue, scissors and felt tips.

  1. Place the palms of your hands in the paint then with your thumbs together and fingers pointing outwards place your hands paint side down near the bottom of your sheet of paper. This makes the wings. Turn your paper through180
  2. Flatten out the circle of gold foil and glue it where your hand prints join together. This forms the halo
  3. Draw a face on the sticky label then cut it out and stick it to the lower part of the foil circle leaving a halo above the face.
  4. Cut your circle into 3 fairly equal parts like slices of a pie. Then place the pointed end below the face to form the angel’s gown. Well Done

Advent Calendars

Most children, and many grown ups, enjoy opening a window of their advent calender each day in December but how did they start?

The first Advent calendars appeared in Germany in the 1880’s and soon they were popular all over Europe and in the USA. The images were originally all taken from the bible and the final window for December 24th would open to show a picture of baby Jesus. The calendar acted as a countdown to Christmas and a reminder of the Christmas story. Could you draw 24 pictures that could help to tell the Christmas story?

 

 

Christmas Cracker Joke

Q      What do elves learn in school?

A      The Elf-abet!

   

 

 

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