Monday, December 11, 2017

Star from Afar Christmas Game for Kids!



Check out this unique new way to teach kids about the meaning of Christmas through a fun and engaging game. This is exactly the kind of thing I am looking for this time of year, to encourage the little ones in our family to have a wonderful and fun holiday season, while still getting some insight and understanding into the true meaning behind the holiday.


The Christmas Star From Afar is a fun and unique game that teaches children about the true meaning of Christmas. Each day during the week before Christmas kids search for the Star for a fun hide-and-seek game (like Elf on the Shelf) and once it’s been located they move the Three Wise Men to its location for that day, until they reach their final destination at the stable with newborn baby Jesus. The Christmas Star From Afar includes a book, wooden Star, a full wooden nativity scene that matches the artwork of the book, and optional scripture to use throughout the month. https://starfromafar.com  

What a perfect way to share this touching story with your children, and in a way that hasn't (that I know of) been done before. Kudos to the creator (who also has an Easter version) for coming up with this innovative treasure. Learn more by visiting the website, and be sure to get your copy today!! What a perfect way to lead up to Christmas morning. :)

15 comments:

  1. Great that it is done in a new way, should hopefully catch the kiddos attention more that way.

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  2. Teaching our children what Christmas means is a very good thing.

    Have a fabulous day. ♥

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  3. Christmas games are so much fun.

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  4. I love helpful and meaningful books. This would fit right in at work!

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  5. The Christmas Star from Afar would be awesome for my grandchildren. They know of Jesus and God but do not receive much learning on the subject. Something like this they would ask to be read to and play.

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  6. This is a perfect Christmas game for kids this Christmas. Aside from having fun they will learn a lot about Christmas and how it started.

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  7. What a fun family experience. You can talk about each of them.
    slehan at juno dot com

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  8. This is a really cool way to get the kids involved in the true meaning of Christmas. This makes a great Holiday gift.

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  9. What an awesome little game! I love that it brings the focus off of presents and such.

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  10. My children grew up learning about the true meaning of Christmas. That it is about the birth of Jesus, our Savior. Sure, they had fun with Santa Claus and other things that are associated with the holidays, but I never failed to remind them that Christmas is about Jesus. I would love to get this book for my nieces and nephews! Thank you for letting me know.

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  11. I can't help but think of how much my grandma would have loved to use this in her Sunday School class. What a lovely game!

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  12. This is perfect for family in this holiday season!

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  13. This is great. At my son's school they usually have a play where they go through and teach kids about christmas also.

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  14. I love this concept! I think the real meaning of Christmas can get lost in the hustle and bustle. And is a way for the kids to feel engaged that keeps their interest and fun, too!

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  15. The real meaning of Christmas is in the name of the holiday itself. It can be so difficult to remember when everything is commercialized.

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