Tips, advice and resources for parents and teachers
The feast of the Epiphany occurs on the evening of January 6, the twelfth day after Christmas. Its name means “appearance” or “manifestation,” and it celebrates the day when Jesus was revealed as the Son of God to the wise men, or magi. When the magi adored the infant Jesus and presented Him with gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh, it was taken as a sign, because they were Gentiles, that Jesus was sent as the Savior of all men everywhere, not only the Jews.
Following is a list of children’s stories, videos, coloring pages and activities for this special day.
Epiphany Stories and Articles:
Coloring Pages and Arts and Crafts Activities
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Updated December 2021
The Christmas season is always a special time for families – a time of love, warmth, togetherness, giving, caring – and lots and lots of fun!
Following are some links to good Christmas stories and videos for children of all ages. In fact, you may even enjoy having your whole family read (or watch) some of these heartwarming and character building stories together, celebrating the beauties and joys of this special season that only comes once a year. Merry Christmas!
Stories, Comics and Books:
1 – 4 year olds:
5 – 7 year olds:
8 – 11 year olds:
Note: These are short songs, video clips and cartoons. Click here for a listing of full length Christmas movies and cartoons for the whole family!
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