Christmas is an excellent time to get crafting. Take this LEGO Nativity Challenge and learn how to make a LEGO Nativity scene. Download our DIY LEGO Nativity Set Instructions and Christmas Bible verse printables for a story of the Gospel as you go on this 12 days of Christmas LEGO countdown. Additionally, save these Christmas Lego Ideas including Christmas ornaments, villages, advent calendars, decor and more.
DIY LEGO Nativity Set
Christmas is an excellent time to share the Gospel. Sharing the Good News doesn’t have to be endless hours of reading the Bible by candle light. You can tell the story of Christmas in a way that meet your child’s needs. Like through a Christmas LEGO Set. Teach your child the Christmas story with this LEGO Countdown to Christmas.
We have quite the challenge for your family. Build an entire Christmas nativity set and read and explore the story of Christmas in the Bible story as you work. Twelve days of LEGO fun. Twelve days of the Gospel. A LEGO Nativity Advent Calendar in one!
How to Make a LEGO Nativity Scene
Do you have a creative child? Give them 12 days of activities to create a final goal – a DIY Christmas Nativity. You do not need a certain number of pieces. you can use whatever colors you want. This will allow you to gather your loose pieces and get crafty and build with building blocks.
LEGO Nativity Instructions
Follow these Nativity directions for how to use the Lego Advent Calendar.
- Print your LEGO nativity cards.
- Cut LEGO cards and place by order of day.
- Each day take a card and make the LEGO figure to add to your nativity scene.
- Read the accompanying Christmas Bible verse after (or before) you build.
- When all LEGO figures have been completed, read the full story of Christmas found in Matthew 1:18 -2:12: Luke 2:1-20.
For the LEGO printables, step-by-step nativity figure instructions are not included. Rather your child is given a a list of what to make each day. Let your child get creative with the pieces they have to create each character of the LEGO Christmas Nativity Set.
We suggest keeping the final pieces as you go, so you have a full nativity set when done. However, if you do not have a huge stash of LEGOs, you can build each day and then build something different the next day.
12 Days of Christmas LEGO Challenge
Each day, your child is given a creative challenge. To build a new piece of their DIY LEGO Advent Calendar until they have a complete Nativity. Each piece of the challenge includes Christmas bible verses to tell the story of the birth of Christ.
This 12 Days of Christmas Challenge includes the following.
Day 1: The Stable (Micah 5:2)
Day 2: The Donkey (Luke 2:1-3)
Day 3: Joseph (Luke 2:4)
Day 4: Mary (Luke 2:5)
Day 5: Sheep (Luke 2:8-11)
Day 6: Cow (Luke 2:12)
Day 7: Shepherd (Luke 2:16)
Day 8: Wiseman 1 (Matthew 2:1-2)
Day 9: Wiseman 2 (Matthew 2:3-8)
Day 10: Wiseman 3 (Matthew 2:9-12)
Day 11: Manger (Luke 2:6-7)
Day 12: Jesus (Isaiah 9:6)
Isaiah 9:6 is one of my favorite verses. “For unto us a a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace.”
What a beautiful story of Christmas!
Feel free to print off our free Christmas Bible Verse Card. We have used this for Elf on the Shelf, but you can use it for your Christmas LEGO Nativity!
LEGO Nativity Instructions Printable
In addition to our Isaiah 9:6 Bible Verse printable, you can get our 12 days of Christmas LEGO Nativity Challenge.
Please note, both printables are found in different locations. First, you will find our Isaiah Bible verse printable in the Elf on the Shelf free printables. Second, our free LEGO Christmas PDF is located in the free printables seasonal section.
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Christmas LEGO Ideas
We have more Christmas LEGO ideas. Get crafting and fill your Christmas Bucket List.
DIY LEGO Christmas Ideas
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What are some DIY LEGO Christmas Decorations you have made? We would love to see your projects!
Our Pinterest community and I would love to see how this worked out for you. Share your final DIY LEGO Nativity & Christmas LEGO Sets. Leave a comment and/or add a photo here on Pinterest!
Let’s not stop there! If you have a LEGO lover, take a look at these LEGO Hacks and Tips. Pin to Pinterest on your Kids and Toys Pinterest Boards.
To accompany your 12 days of Christmas, finish your LEGO set by creating a Jesus Birthday Cake! Pin to Pinterest on your Dessert and Christmas Boards.
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