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Disposable Christmas Placemats

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Size (in inches):

16.5" x 11.5"

Front Text:

70031A  1:  O Jesus come!   Be born our time. Holy be our nights, bright be our days throughout this sacred season.  Amen. 

70031-B  Christmas Riddle Fun   Q: What is the difference between the Christmas alphabet and the ordinary alphabet?  A. The Christmas alphabet has no L (Noel). Q: What did the big Christmas candle say to the little Christmas candle? A.  I’m going out tonight.  Q.How do the sheep in Mexico say “Merry Christmas”?A: Fleece Navidad  Q:When does Christmas come before Thanksgiving?A: In the dictionary. Q: What do snowmen eat for breakfast? A: SnowflakesQ: Why was the computer so quiet on Christmas Eve? A: Because, not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse.Q:What's a snowman's favorite Mexican food? A: Brrrrrrrr - itos.  Q:What does the Gingerbread Man use to make his bed? A: A cookie sheet. Q:What were the three gifts that the three Wise Men brought to Baby Jesus?  A. Gold, Myrrh and Silver  B. Myrrh, Frankincense and silver    C. Gold, Myrrh and Frankincense  Q:Where was the star that the three Wise Men followed to find the Baby Jesus?  A. In the North    B. In the South   C. In the East    

70031-C Design 3:  The Story of the Candy Cane  
There are dozens of legends about the Christian symbolism of the candy cane.  The simple candy cane can teach us a few things about the true meaning of Christmas.The shape symbolizes  the “J” of Jesus’ name, and Christmas is Jesus’ birthday. Turned the other way, it’s a shepherd’s staff, to represent Jesus the Good Shepherd, and also recalls the story of the shepherds who came to visit the baby Jesus. Before He was crucified, Jesus was whipped by the soldiers who made blood-red stripes across His back.  The stripes on the candy cane serve as a reminder that Jesus suffered and died so that we can have everlasting life. The red of the stripes represents Christ’s lifeblood shed for us; white symbolizes the Virgin Birth and the purity of Christ. The sweetness of the candy cane can symbolize Jesus’ love for us that grows sweeter every day.

70031- D Design 4: Coloring Activity of the Nativity and Dot-to-Dot  Lettering

Bible Verse:


Design 3: She will bear a son, and you are to name himm JESUS, for he will save his people... Matthew 1:21 Design 4: And she gave birth to her firstborn son and wrapped him in bands of cloth, and laid him in a manger…. Luke 2:7a

Item Details:

Disposable Christmas activity placemats including one with Christmas Riddles, a Christmas Prayer, story of the Candy Cane and a Dot-to-Dot Nativity coloring activity.

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